‘Give Me A Reason’ was Triple Eight’s crowning glory, arriving at a time when – by rights – it probably shouldn’t have existed at all.
What happens when a singer in need of a hit meets a producer who won’t play by the rules? One of the best pop songs of the ’00s, of course.
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?
Although ‘Love Ain’t Gonna Wait For You’ was to be S Club’s final single, at least they were considerate enough to warn us beforehand.
Triple Eight sought to fill the boyband void with their debut single ‘Knockout’. But were they punching above their weight?
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.
‘Best Thing’ was Adam Rickitt’s last chance to prove his pop star credentials after the underwhelming performance of his debut album.
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.
‘Dreaming’ was the product of another re-brand for S Club 8 as they added five new members and became I Dream.
Sophie Ellis-Bextor took her love of music one step further than most by writing a whole song dedicated to it.
‘Natural’ marks an oft-overlooked transition towards adulthood for S Club 7, using an iconic classical sample as only they could.
‘Baby Come On Over’ marked a pivotal moment for Samantha Mumba as she sought to revive the fortunes of her debut album.