‘Look At Me’ saw Geri Halliwell face her demons head-on as she launched her solo career a year after leaving the Spice Girls.
Although intended to mark a fresh start for Martine McCutcheon, in many ways ‘Perfect Moment’ was the emancipation of one Tiffany Mitchell.
‘Sitting Down Here’ was perfectly composed to slip innocuously onto commercial radio playlists and remain there for years to come.
There was a sizeable market for a song like ‘A Mind Of Its Own’, even if it wasn’t one you’d typically associate with Victoria Beckham.
‘Let Love Lead The Way’ is a worthy addition to the Spice Girls’ catalogue, albeit one perhaps best enjoyed out of context.
Following her re-launch as a mainstream pop star, ‘(There’s Gotta Be) More To Life’ saw Stacie Orrico go back to her origins and achieve her biggest hit.
‘Spice Up Your Life’ saw the Spice Girls launch their second album with another signature hit, while this time stamping their trademark all over it.
She might have featured alongside Dane Bowers and True Steppers on ‘Out Of Your Mind’, but as her debut single, Victoria Beckham is front and centre
With R&B and rock ruling the charts, Stacie Orrico’s arrival with her debut single ‘Stuck’ heralded the welcome resurgence of pop music.
Almost five months after Stacie Orrico’s album campaign had appeared to conclude, she returned with one final release from it: ‘I Could Be The One’