Having deprived The Saturdays their first #1, Flo Rida joined the group in a bid to go ‘Higher’ and help earn them that elusive chart-topper.
If ‘Sundown’ couldn’t firmly restore S Club 8 back to (near) chart-topping glory, then what on earth could?!
Now the sole group under the S Club-brand, ‘Fool No More’ was surely the moment S Club 8 would ascend to the top of the charts…wasn’t it?
Despite now being the flagship representatives of the S Club-brand, ‘Don’t Tell Me You’re Sorry’ found S Club 8 in a make-or-break situation.
S Club Juniors were perhaps the ultimate experiment in turn-of-the-century contingency planning as ‘One Step Closer’ sought to safeguard the S Club brand.
With ‘New Direction’, the S Club Juniors steamed ahead of their seniors in spectacular fashion. But that wasn’t part of the plan…was it?
‘Automatic High’ is such an enjoyably lightweight effort by S Club Juniors, it runs the risk of blowing away on the gentle summer breeze.