Five’s third single ‘Got The Feelin’ is a hazy summer jam that arrived in the UK just as the group were poised to break America.
Continuing in his bid for solo stardom, Abs released the retro-infused ‘Stop Sign’ as a long overdue second single.
‘Let’s Dance’ is a fascinating snapshot of a group at the height of their success while simultaneously verging on the point of implosion.
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’.
It could have been a case of difficult second album for Five, not that it was at all evident from ‘If Ya Gettin’ Down’…
They might have been pop’s biggest rebels in the late ’90s, but even Five didn’t defy convention as they released a slushy ballad just in time for Christmas.
Although it was their fourth single, ‘Everybody Get Up’ set the tone for Five’s subsequent career with it’s raucous, rebellious performance.