‘To Love Once Again’ was probably the song that needed to make a decisive move for Solid HarmoniE. And it did…but in the wrong direction.
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Backstreet Boys – Larger Than Life
‘Larger Than Life’ is perhaps the most fitting representation of a group – and a brand of pop music – that had reached its apex.
Celine Dion – That’s The Way It Is
She was synonymous with some of the biggest power ballads of the ’90s. However, Celine Dion’s final single of the decade was anything but…
*NSYNC – Tearin’ Up My Heart
It took two attempts, but ‘Tearin’ Up My Heart’ (eventually) became one of *NSYNC’s earliest hits in the UK
Backstreet Boys – As Long As You Love Me
‘As Long As You Love Me’ is as perfect an example of ‘90s pop music as you could hope to hear in three-and-a-half minutes.
Celine Dion – I’m Alive
With ‘I’m Alive’, Celine Dion deftly swapped icebergs for a plucky literary rodent and delivered yet another iconic movie soundtrack song.
*NSYNC – I’ll Never Stop
*NSYNC curiously chose to consolidate their comeback in Europe with ‘I’ll Never Stop’, a region-exclusive single penned by the ever-reliable Max Martin
*NSYNC – Bye Bye Bye
Driven by events behind the scenes, ‘Bye Bye Bye’ defiantly positioned *NSYNC as survivors and relaunched them as an A-list pop act.
Britney Spears – Born To Make You Happy
Despite only being released in Europe, ‘Born To Make You Happy’ went on to be one of the biggest hits from Britney Spears’ debut album.