Discussion in 'Pop & Justice' started by johnoc2006, Jun 28, 2006.
Things like that would already be announced.
If this 25th Anniversary CD doesn’t have 25 tracks minimum what is the point?
I have a decent paying job and am (almost) debt free for the first time in my life, I want my 72 formats plus all previous albums on vinyl
"Now sing an H & Claire song"
"I don't know them"
Sorry I meant in the future 2023/2024...
With her hun popularity and people embracing the early 2000s pop her solo music would fit right it
I mean Hoopla need some replacement acts and Lisa will already be there... whip out the old G-A-Y backing tracks CD queen!!
I was going to say this nn.
It's clear we won't hear All Out of Love (Steps version) anytime soon...
We'll never hear it.
Let's be honest if steps had recorded it in 2002 it would have sounded identical.
Hilarious. They are so funny together.
I would’ve hoped for a Faye verse rather than H, but now, it’d probably be more messy trying to get all five of them singing on it.
Yeah 2022 steps couldn't improve it. There's not enough sections to give everyone everyone a couple of.lines.
2002 I just don't see topham/twigg/Byrne disturbing the vocals any differently to how it actually is.
H then saying "you know DJ though?" and Lisa responding "No I don't!" cracks me up.
But imagine a version with all the harmonies in the chorus, especially Faye's expert harmonising. Would suit a more candlelit kinda version too ahhhh. But no, we won't get a Steps version.
They should perform DJ as a Steps song. It would sound great.
I'm just happy about all of these H&Claire vs Lisa Scott-Lee thing, they acknwoledge the era and proud with their own history. How many manufactured popstars could do that?
I just need Lee suddenly ask other Steps "Hey, do you know The Latch?"
Steps performing H&Claire songs would be a moment but I can't see how they'd be able to justify dropping any other songs for them.
I would actually love it if The Latch stuff ended up on streaming!
I still haven't heard their One For Sorrow.
Heard it once years ago. Would love to hear it again
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