When is a remix not a remix? Billie Piper was about to test that theory with ‘Something Deep Inside’ (no sniggering, please).
‘Last One Standing’ marked the arrival of the next big pop phenomenon…if you could hear it over the sound of Simon Cowell’s ego.
We didn’t know it at the time, but Kavana’s fourth single ‘MFEO’ was a culturally significant moment in pop music.
International success felt like a case of when, not if, for Five. And it came remarkably quickly with the release of ‘When The Lights Go Out’.
The summer of 1997 saw Spice Girls fans eagerly guzzling 6½ litres of Pepsi to obtain the exclusive promotional single ‘Step To Me’.
S Club 7 were arguably not fundamental to the launch of S Club 7. What ‘Bring It All Back’ really marked was Simon Fuller’s return to chart glory.
Billie Piper’s comeback needed to be a Britney-beater: bigger, bolder and better than anything preceding it. ‘Day & Night’ did all of that and so much more
With a rocket shoved up its arse, ‘You’ was elevated from an unremarkable album track into one of S Club 7’s most brilliant singles.