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.
Louise – In Walked Love
‘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?
Gina G – Every Time I Fall
A brewing legal battle prevented Gina G from moving onto a second album, so she just kept on releasing singles from her debut instead!
Eternal – Angel Of Mine
‘Angel Of Mine’ was a perfect single to accompany Eternal’s greatest hits, but it had already been promised to another artist…
Eternal – Someday
Eternal performing a mid-’90s Disney power ballad is every bit as reliably brilliant as the concept sounds.
Point Break – You
Point Break’s fourth single – ‘You’ – was another terrific song that seemed destined not to receive the recognition it deserved.
Dannii Minogue – Disremembrance
Something of a hidden gem in Dannii Minogue’s back catalogue, ‘Disremembrance’ is an epic trance song that was anything but forgettable.
Eternal – Save Our Love
‘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.
Gina G – I Belong To You
‘I Belong To You’ was precisely what we wanted from Gina G post-Eurovision: a little bit more of the same.
Gina G – Ti Amo
‘Ti Amo’ marked that most cherished rite of passage for Gina G: an obligatory diversion into Latin-tinged pop music.
Kéllé Bryan – Higher Than Heaven
Kéllé Bryan’s debut solo single ‘Higher Than Heaven’ saw her bring a slice of uplifting gospel-pop to the charts.
Louise – Naked
Every so often comes a song that re-defines the trajectory of a pop act. ‘Naked’ didn’t just save Louise’s career. It made her career.