B*Witched’s chart-topping form was bound to end at some point, but few would have predicted just how quickly things would start to unravel…
B*Witched – Rollercoaster
It was smooth sailing for B*Witched when they claimed a second consecutive #1 single with ‘Rollercoaster’.
a1 – Take On Me
a1’s second album was optimistically titled ‘The A List’ and what better way to put them there than covering ‘Take On Me’ as the lead single?
Natasha Bedingfield – I Wanna Have Your Babies
Natasha Bedingfield’s single status was, evidently, a thing of the past as she kicked off her second album campaign.
Gloria Estefan – Heaven’s What I Feel
‘Heaven’s What I Feel’ might not be the diva comeback of 1998 everyone remembers, but it’s no less utterly brilliant in every respect.
B.O.N. – Boys
B.O.N. knew precisely what they were doing with their debut single ‘Boys’, which featured a lot of nudity…and nuns.
Thunderbugs – Friends Forever
Launching a girl group with a single about the value of friendship wasn’t a unique idea. But Thunderbugs had a trick up their sleeve: guitars!
Delta Goodrem – Lost Without You
Stepping away from Nina Tucker for a moment, ‘Lost Without You’ was a brilliant slice of angsty teen pop music from Delta Goodrem.
Tatyana Ali – Boy You Knock Me Out (Feat. Will Smith)
‘Boy You Knock Me Out’ saw Tatyana Ali joined by her former ‘Fresh Prince Of Bel-Air’ co-star Will Smith for a killer second single.
Celine Dion – That’s The Way It Is
She was synonymous with some of the biggest power ballads of the ’90s. However, Celine Dion’s final single of the decade was anything but…
Delta Goodrem – Born To Try
‘Born To Try’ saw Delta Goodrem experience the kind of success that her Neighbours character, Nina Tucker, could only dream of.
*NSYNC & Gloria Estefan – Music Of My Heart
‘Music Of My Heart’ saw one of America’s hottest boybands unite with a dancefloor diva to unleash…an adult-contemporary ballad.