‘So Good’ was a modest description of Rachel Stevens’ latest single, which (briefly) threatened to put her firmly atop the charts.
Despite being the big balladeer of her peers, Jessica Simpson’s second single turned up the tempo and perfectly captured the essence of ’90s bubblegum pop.
‘Treat Her Like A Lady’ answered a question that no-one was asking: what happens when you cross Celine Dion with dancehall reggae?
With sensual production, subtle hooks and an avante-garde music video, ‘Chocolate’ was more suited to an art gallery than the charts.
After a rocky year on the charts, the release of ‘X’ was intended to re-launch Liberty X and return them to chart-topping dominance. Alas…
For their third single, Phixx released their version of the ’80s classic ‘Wild Boys’. A cover that was as enjoyable as it was unnecessary.
With the release of ‘Boom, Boom, Boom, Boom!!’ the Vengaboys finally – and somewhat inevitably – claimed their first UK #1 single.
‘Best Friends’ saw the allSTARS*, a new mixed-sex pop group, attempt to conquer the charts with the theme tune from their television show…sound familiar?
As Cher’s triumphant comeback continued, she unleashed ‘All Or Nothing’, one of her most beautifully melancholic singles.
‘Call U Sexy’ was the all-important second single for VS and it was an absolute post-bubblegum pop banger.