Five singles into their debut album and the hits just kept coming for Eternal as they released their first ballad.
Although it was one of her least successful UK singles, ‘Gimme Some Love’ earned Gina G a second top 50 hit in America.
There was no going back for Eternal after ‘Just A Step From Heaven’, which asserted their position as one of the biggest acts in the UK.
‘In Walked Love’ wasn’t a massive success for Exposé in America, but would the song fare any better as Louise’s all-important single?
A brewing legal battle prevented Gina G from moving onto a second album, so she just kept on releasing singles from her debut instead!
‘Angel Of Mine’ was a perfect single to accompany Eternal’s greatest hits, but it had already been promised to another artist…
Eternal performing a mid-’90s Disney power ballad is every bit as reliably brilliant as the concept sounds.
Point Break’s fourth single – ‘You’ – was another terrific song that seemed destined not to receive the recognition it deserved.
Something of a hidden gem in Dannii Minogue’s back catalogue, ‘Disremembrance’ is an epic trance song that was anything but forgettable.
‘Save Our Love’ was a product of record label contingency planning that Eternal didn’t need. All the same, this was too good not to release.
‘I Belong To You’ was precisely what we wanted from Gina G post-Eurovision: a little bit more of the same.
‘Ti Amo’ marked that most cherished rite of passage for Gina G: an obligatory diversion into Latin-tinged pop music.