Despite being a disco classic, ‘On The Radio’ had never been a top ten hit in the UK. But Martine McCutcheon was about to change that.
Liberty X – Song 4 Lovers
‘Song 4 Lovers’ was an unlikely hit, but if anyone could snatch victory from the jaws of defeat, it was Liberty X.
Kavana – MFEO
It was a moment of cultural significance when Kavana released ‘MFEO’ as his fourth single, long before text speak was even a thing.
Atomic Kitten – Love Doesn’t Have To Hurt
As the final single from Atomic Kitten’s second album, ‘Love Doesn’t Have To Hurt’ had an important link to the group’s legacy.
Emma Bunton – What Took You So Long?
Having blossomed as one of the Spice Girls’ best singers, the time came from Emma Bunton to launch her solo career proper
Liberty X – X
After a rocky year on the charts, the release of ‘X’ was intended to re-launch Liberty X and return them to chart-topping dominance. Alas…
Stacie Orrico – I Promise
With ‘I Promise’, Stacie Orrico boldly sacrificed commercial success in order to satisfy fans of gloopy pop ballads everywhere (except America).
Mariah Carey – Never Too Far
‘Never Too Far’ saw Mariah Carey largely shun her trademark vocal gymnastics in favour of a genuinely emotive performance.
Billie – She Wants You
Billie Piper’s third single ‘She Wants You’ saw our teen pop princess dip a toe into the world of disco-pop, just in time for Christmas!
Steps, Tina Cousins, Cleopatra, B*Witched and Billie – Thank ABBA For The Music
It would take something seismic to let Steps, B*Witched, Billie or Cleopatra onto the Brits stage to perform – and it came in the shape of ABBA.
Atomic Kitten – Whole Again
For better or for worse, the brash pop of Atomic Kitten 1.0 was swiftly traded for the MOR pop of Atomic Kitten 2.0