Initially mooted as the lead single for Girls Aloud’s second album, ‘Wake Me Up’ instead served as the fourth – and final – release.
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Girls Aloud – Sexy! No, No, No…
Expectations were high for Girls Aloud’s first (proper) post-greatest hits single. But did ‘Sexy! No No No…’ deliver?
Girls Aloud – Long Hot Summer
‘Long Hot Summer’ is generally regarded as being among Girls Aloud’s worst singles. But it’s not really that bad…is it?
Girls Aloud – The Show
In the face of underlying uncertainty over Girls Aloud’s long-term future, ‘The Show’ could’ve played things safe. Needless to say, it didn’t.
Girls Aloud – No Good Advice
Despite some fleeting doubts over the song, ‘No Good Advice’ cemented Girls Aloud and Xenomania’s status as a dream partnership.
Girls Aloud – Untouchable
Releasing ‘Untouchable’ as a single came at a cost as, somehow, this six-and-a-half-minute opus had to be squashed down into a radio edit.
Natasha Bedingfield – I Wanna Have Your Babies
Natasha Bedingfield’s single status was, evidently, a thing of the past as she kicked off her second album campaign.
Sugababes Vs Girls Aloud – Walk This Way
Surely even Sugababes and Girls Aloud could conquer the pitfalls of a high-profile pop collaboration and charity single? Well…
Girls Aloud – The Loving Kind
‘The Loving Kind’ feels like the product of a perfect moment in time where Girls Aloud’s critical acclaim matched their commercial success.
Girls Aloud – Whole Lotta History
Ballads rarely – if ever – factor into a discussion of Girls Aloud’s best songs. But ‘Whole Lotta History’ is a notable exception to the rule.
Girls Aloud – Sound Of The Underground
‘Sound Of The Underground’ set a new benchmark of what a TV talent show winners’ single could be and just how far its impact could spread.