The Sugababes’ fourth album campaign continued apace as they released ‘Red Dress’. But something seemed a little different…
Releasing ‘Untouchable’ as a single came at a cost as, somehow, this six-and-a-half-minute opus had to be squashed down into a radio edit.
Something of a hidden gem in Dannii Minogue’s back catalogue, ‘Disremembrance’ is an epic trance song that was anything but forgettable.
‘Kinda Love’ showcases a bigger, bolder sound for Darius, and is everything the lead single for a second album should be.
Almost two years after her first top 40 single, Ellie Campbell was back with one of the best songs Britney Spears never recorded.
Natasha Bedingfield’s single status was, evidently, a thing of the past as she kicked off her second album campaign.
Virgin Records sprang into action when ‘Just A Little While’ leaked ahead of its release. Still, things couldn’t get any worse…right?
Despite his dashing good looks and teen heartthrob status, Matthew Marsden’s transformation to pop stardom was a surprisingly downbeat affair.
Despite being one of the biggest pop acts of the ’00s, the awkward timing of a Sugababes greatest hits made this single anything but easy.
Gareth Gates kept the spirit of Cheiron Studios alive with his brilliant second single, ‘Anyone Of Us (Stupid Mistake)’.
‘Breakaway’ was only ever intended to be a stopgap single for Kelly Clarkson, but it quickly became one of her biggest hits.
After several top ten hits, along came a mid-tempo ballad that almost changed the trajectory of Atomic Kitten’s career entirely.