Coming off the back of a greatest hits collection and amid rumours of an impending split, Steps wouldn’t leave us with a ballad…would they?
‘You Are’ was a surefire hit to round off Atomic Kitten’s debut album…but ended up not being released at all in the UK.
‘Everybody’ marked the launch of Hear’Say’s second album. But coming just eight months after their first, was this too much, too soon?
‘Alive’ ended up serving as more of an epilogue to S Club’s career, but for a brief moment it heralded a new era for the group.
‘Through The Rain’ is a reliably stirring ballad from Mariah Carey, and following her annus horribilis, it felt more important than ever.
Every pop act has to start somewhere, even if that place is techno-country line dancing. It’s time to begin, now count it in…
‘To Love Once Again’ was probably the song that needed to make a decisive move for Solid HarmoniE. And it did…but in the wrong direction.
Released: 4th November 2002 Writers: Jake Hooker / Alan Merrill Peak position: #13 Chart run: 13-21-31-40-44-52-68-X-75 The existence of I Love Rock ‘N’ Roll as an album track – let alone a single – goes straight to the heart of a struggle that was increasingly apparent to see during the Britney campaign. This was intended […]
With Disney in the market for a pop act to re-record ‘Beauty and the Beast’, H & Claire seized the opportunity to show what they could do.
‘I Belong To You’ was precisely what we wanted from Gina G post-Eurovision: a little bit more of the same.
The arrival of Scooch saw Mike Stock and Matt Aitken attempt to play Pete Waterman at his own game. Line dancing and all.
‘Larger Than Life’ is perhaps the most fitting representation of a group – and a brand of pop music – that had reached its apex.