‘Real World’ was D-Side’s obligatory ballad for the festive season. But times were changing, and this was a distinctly un-Christmassy affair.
But few would have anticipated that Lolly’s festive single ‘Big Boys Don’t Cry’ would transpire to be one of the most chillingly haunting songs of the ‘90s.
With ‘New Direction’, the S Club Juniors steamed ahead of their seniors in spectacular fashion. But that wasn’t part of the plan…was it?
Adam Rickitt’s second single ‘Everything My Heart Desires’ marked a significant moment in the Special Relationship between the UK and USA.
For their second single, S Club 7 went on an all-out offensive to firmly establish their brand identity with the brilliant ‘S Club Party’.
For her debut solo single, Rachel Stevens came out swinging for Justin Timberlake with a song penned as a response to ‘Cry Me A River’
The most reliable tool in any budding pop star’s arsenal was a well-timed cover version – and for Lolly’s second single, it came in the shape of ‘Mickey’
‘Automatic High’ is such an enjoyably lightweight effort by S Club Juniors, it frequently runs the risk of blowing away on the gentle summer breeze.
D-Side aim for a striking pop metaphor on their second single ‘Invisible’…but it ends up sounding more like grounds for a restraining order
As a pop scholar, it made sense then that Lolly would open her career with ‘Viva La Radio’. Or, as it is otherwise known: a brief history of broadcast radio