‘The Music’s No Good Without You’ is a beautiful, melancholic masterpiece, even if it was always destined to exist in the shadow of ‘Believe’.
International success came at a cost for Cleopatra as they attempted to resume their debut album campaign in the UK.
With Disney in the market for a pop act to re-record ‘Beauty and the Beast’, H & Claire seized the opportunity to show what they could do.
If you don’t over-think it, Cleopatra’s version of ‘I Want You Back’ is a worthy – and very ’90s – take on a Motown classic.
Cleopatra turned their attention to socially conscious pop music with their second single ‘Life Ain’t Easy’.
‘All Out Of Love’ saw H & Claire come full-circle as they released one of the best songs that Steps never recorded.
‘Half A Heart’ saw H & Claire take a swift change of direction for their second single as a newly-formed duo.
As Cher’s triumphant comeback continued, she unleashed ‘All Or Nothing’, one of her most beautifully melancholic singles.
Having walked away from Steps, H & Claire needed to find a new sound and it came in the shape of an aloof disco-pop track called ‘DJ’