‘I Am Blessed’ is – quite simply – one of the best songs Eternal released, delivering a performance easily as good as any by their American counterparts.
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.
They might have been pop’s biggest rebels in the late ’90s, but even Five didn’t defy convention as they released a slushy ballad just in time for Christmas.
‘Everytime’ set the stage nicely for a1’s debut album, showcasing some credible musicianship behind the boyband fodder façade.
You could never call Geri Halliwell a run-of-the-mill pop star and ‘Lift Me Up’ presented her with some rather unique challenges.
O-Town’s third single ‘We Fit Together’ was also the soundtrack to a movie featuring Eddie Murphy trying to convince two bears to mate. As you do…
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.
Even if she didn’t necessarily want to be a singer, what rapidly became clear with ‘Down Boy’ was that Holly Valance was a bloody good pop star, regardless.
‘Chain Reaction’ took all the core Steps elements and shoved a rocket up their arse, resulting in one of the group’s most brilliant – and bonkers – moments.