Despite being a disco classic, ‘On The Radio’ had never been a top ten hit in the UK. But Martine McCutcheon was about to change that.
Geri Halliwell’s comeback was three years in the making, but was there still room in the charts for a song like ‘Ride It’?
‘Girlfriend’ earned Billie her second #1 single, though that was little surprise when it stuck so closely to the formula of her debut.
‘You Are’ was a surefire hit to round off Atomic Kitten’s debut album…but ended up not being released at all in the UK.
When is a remix not a remix? Billie Piper was about to test that theory with ‘Something Deep Inside’ (no sniggering, please).
The lead single from Atomic Kitten’s second album might have been called ‘It’s OK!’, but they needn’t have been so modest.
As the final single from Atomic Kitten’s second album, ‘Love Doesn’t Have To Hurt’ had an important link to the group’s legacy.
Billie Piper’s third single ‘She Wants You’ saw our teen pop princess dip a toe into the world of disco-pop, just in time for Christmas!