Discussion in 'Comeback corner' started by poploz, Mar 19, 2008.
Issues is so good - can't decide if I should STAB you or kiss you; iconic moment of controversy me thinks.
When I moved into my first apartment in 2012, this was my first song every Friday night to have a cocktail and kiki on WhatsApp. It's still such a euphoric moment 9 years later.
It still amazes me that the label shipped them off to try break America. How about breaking the UK first?
The original 'What About Us' choreography was so much better than what we ended up with.
The person who made the lyric video obviously isn't a Rochelle fan. Rochelle's photo screams Loose Women presenter vibes.
I think the plan was trying to break America because the UK was proving to be difficult to break.
Ahhh that's history
Rochelle's full original middle 8 is so underrated, I was gutted when it was cut
When this mix came out , I didn’t know what Sean Paul sounded like and I thought the extended middle 8 was…him.
Always gracious and good-sport, Mollie King.
That ":-) x" feels so cutthroat, I love it.
Stumbled across this today, never heard it before!
Ravaughn sounds amazing. It’s always been one of my favorite Saturdays songs so this was a treat. They basically just followed how she sang it.
It's scary how much the 2:01 ad-lib sound exactly like Frankie.
I've always loved 'Forever Is Over'. They definitely have stronger singles, but it's nowhere near their worst for me. It's very very melodic. The vocals are great.
No but why does the instrumental ending sound just like the Hannah Montana theme song.
We were talking today how many covers manufactured groups end up doing and I realised that The Sats only had 1 out of 18 and it was for Charity and that most of their others had a good reason for the cover being done. So I made a list, can anyone think of any I'm missing?
Just Can't Get Enough (Charity Single)
Died In Your Eyes
Beggin (Fan request)
Unofficial (Originally by Vanessa)
Had It With Today (Originally by Una)
Love Come Down (Concept for Disco Love)
On The Radio (Concept for Disco Love)
Please Mr. Postman (Tribute then Movie)
Christmas Wrapping (Movie)
I Need A Dollar
Just The Way You Are
Hold On, No Scrubs, Survivor
I Wish It Could Be Christmas Everyday
All I Want For Christmas Is You
Shut Up & Drive/I Kissed A Girl/So What
Moves Like Jagger
Call Me Maybe
Blame It On The Boogie
That's how the album version ends
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