Continuing in his bid for solo stardom, Abs released the retro-infused ‘Stop Sign’ as a long overdue second single.
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Shayne Ward – If That’s OK With You
‘If That’s OK With You’ was a triumphant comeback for Shayne Ward, even if it did divide opinion somewhat.
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.
Charlotte Church – Call My Name
With a writing credit on ‘Call My Name’, this may be our only glimpse at what Charlotte Church’s pop career could’ve been.
Charlotte Church – Crazy Chick
Launching Charlotte Church as a pop star should’ve been the most exciting chart event of 2005. So why did it seem like such hard work?
Charlotte Church – Moodswings (To Come At Me Like That)
‘Moodswings (To Come At Me Like That)’ was perhaps the best fit yet for Charlotte Church’s transition to mainstream pop star.
Interview: Glenn Ball
Glenn Ball is here to spill the tea on working with Pete Waterman, that long-lost Pop! album and his incredible dancing career.
Five – If Ya Gettin’ Down
It could have been a case of difficult second album for Five, not that it was at all evident from ‘If Ya Gettin’ Down’…
Pop! – Serious
Pop!’s third – and final – single ‘Serious’ saw the group go out on top. Or, as close to that as they were ever going to get.
O-Town – We Fit Together
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…
Solid HarmoniE – I Want You To Want Me
Solid HarmoniE lacked the pizzazz of their pop peers, but they had a trump card – ‘I Want You To Want Me’ was penned by none other than Max Martin