Despite Ant & Dec’s music career often being treated as a novelty footnote in their career, ‘When I Fall In Love’ is a genuinely great track.
Having scored three consecutive top-three singles, The Cheeky Girls set their sights on the festive charts for the second Christmas in a row.
‘Back Here’ wasn’t a hit when it was originally released in the UK, but that didn’t stop BBMak casually conquering America in the meantime.
Some songs just sound like hits, so it was little surprise that ‘All I Want’ became one of Mis-Teeq’s most successful singles.
‘Blink’ saw Rosie Ribbons finally exorcise the ghost of ABBA and make a credible attempt at pop stardom.
BBMak had already conquered America by the time they released their second single. Now, they just needed to land another hit in the UK.
‘Scandalous’ is everything that the lead single from a second album should be and represents Mis-Teeq at their zenith.
The growing popularity of garage music – and a conveniently timed remix – gave Mis-Teeq a breakthrough hit with their debut single ‘Why?’
Could Victoria Beckham seriously pull off a hip-hop reinvention with ‘This Groove’? Or perhaps more to the point, was she even trying to?
‘Take Your Shoes Off’ established Margaret Irimia as one of the most important songwriters of the early ’00s…for The Cheeky Girls, at least.
‘Let Your Head Go’ saw Victoria Beckham strike a compromise with her new record label, while also showcasing her brilliant sense of humour.