‘Girlfriend’ earned Billie her second #1 single, though that was little surprise when it stuck so closely to the formula of her debut.
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Atomic Kitten – The Tide Is High (Get The Feeling)
Innocent Records sat on the idea to cover ‘The Tide Is High’ for a few years, before Atomic Kitten finally took the song back to #1.
Atomic Kitten – Eternal Flame
‘Eternal Flame’ is a song that didn’t really need to be covered, but Atomic Kitten weren’t about to be dissuaded from doing it anyway.
Atomic Kitten – See Ya
Atomic Kitten’s second single, ‘See Ya’, was about as carefree and uncomplicated as bubblegum pop music could be.
Geri Halliwell – Desire
Geri Halliwell played the cat that got the cream in ‘Desire’, but things were quickly about to turn very sour indeed.
Atomic Kitten – Follow Me
After several top ten hits, along came a mid-tempo ballad that almost changed the trajectory of Atomic Kitten’s career entirely.
Martine McCutcheon – I’m Over You
Martine McCutcheon turned up to play the pop game with her second album, and ‘I’m Over You’ was the perfect re-introduction.
Billie Piper – Day & Night
Billie Piper’s comeback needed to be a Britney-beater: bigger, bolder and better than anything preceding it. ‘Day & Night’ did all of that and so much more
Billie – Honey To The Bee
‘Honey To The Bee’ rapidly transitions from whimsical daydream to horny gospel breakdown, with almost nowhere else for the song to go but orgasmic meltdown