Five’s third single ‘Got The Feelin’ is a hazy summer jam that arrived in the UK just as the group were poised to break America.
‘Never Again’ is about the only part of a difficult third album campaign for Kelly Clarkson where any focus was on the music.
Simon Cowell’s attempt to cash-in on the Power Rangers phenomenon resulted in an impressive piece of fan-service with an almighty twist.
‘My Life Would Suck Without You’ was a brilliant comeback for Kelly Clarkson, even if the record label politics behind it remain questionable.
‘Obvious’ mastered the Westlife formula but found itself overshadowed when Brian McFadden quit the group weeks after the single was released.
‘Since U Been Gone’ wasn’t just a seminal moment in Kelly Clarkson’s career; it also marked the mid-’00s resurgence of Max Martin.
‘Miss Independent’ was a perfect (re)introduction to Kelly Clarkson, even if she wasn’t the first – or second – choice to record it.
After failing to make it past the live heats of ‘Pop Idol’, Simon Fuller stepped in to ensure Sarah Whatmore got her shot at stardom.
‘Breakaway’ was only ever intended to be a stopgap single for Kelly Clarkson, but it quickly became one of her biggest hits.
‘Let’s Dance’ is a fascinating snapshot of a group at the height of their success while simultaneously verging on the point of implosion.
We didn’t know it at the time, but ‘Do You Know (What It Takes)’ was a landmark moment for pop music in the ’90s and far beyond.
‘I Turn To You’ saw Christina Aguilera resurrect a towering behemoth of glossy mid-‘90s balladry from the ‘Space Jam’ soundtrack(!)