Archived from on 4 September 2015. Title Writer s Producer s Length 11. After the success of the previous year's single, the performance on the night featured many primary school children who had pre-recorded their own versions of the chorus, including who made their first television appearance. Archived from on 27 September 2012. As a result, S Club 7 were invited back and asked to record a second consecutive Children in Need single, in November 2001. S Club 7 Go Wild!. Title Writer s Producer s Length 1.
As well as performing for , the band launched, on 25 September 2000, a new television series called S Club 7 Go Wild! It became the group's most successful album release, and reached number one in the United Kingdom, where it was certified triple platinum. Other than that, it's all the same, really. The album was primarily produced by , , Dufflebag Boys, and Mike Percy. After spending most of early 2001 rehearsing, the S Club Party 2001 tour began on 19 May 2001. This album was a departure from the overtly pop stylings of , with several tracks styled more towards and than the traditional sound of their debut album. Archived from on 27 December 2007. S Club became one of the group's most successful album releases, and reached number two in the United Kingdom, where it was certified double platinum.
The album was primarily produced by and Simon Ellis. About S Club 7 S Club 7 are better than other teen-oriented, dancing popsters such as Spice Girls or Backstreet Boys for two reasons. Title Writer s Producer s Length 12. After the album's re-release, remixes by Solaris and Almighty were commissioned for 'Bring The House Down'. S Club was released in North America on 11 April 2000 after their television show S Club 7 in Miami became popular in the United States, where it peaked outside the top 100. Secondly, S Club 7 have both guys and girls in the group, which is better than just guys or just girls.
Title Writer s Producer s Length 15. The intensity of the schedule would be a constant battle for the group and was going to continue to take its toll for all the years S Club 7 were together. Once the tour was over, the group had to fly back to the United States in order to film the third series of their television show,. The former was the first single where O'Meara took leads vocals, setting the standard for future S Club 7 releases; the single also reached number-two in the. The new group were to be chosen to sing with S Club 7 on Children in Need 2001 and go on tour with them on their future S Club 7 Carnival 2002 tour. As evidence for this, global toy manufacturer agreed upon an exclusive licensing agreement with 19 Management which included worldwide rights in the fashion doll category; singing S Club 7 dolls were later released onto the market. Title Writer s Producer s Length 16.
On top of the filming schedules, the group often performed at high-profile pop music festivals such as where they performed for 100,000 fans. Following the success of their television show and released singles, the group released their debut album S Club in October 1999. First, there are seven of them, and that beats four Spice Girls or five Backstreet Boys hands down -- it's basic arithmetic. After a multiyear run of platinum success and Top Ten singles, S Club finally called it quits in 2003. Select albums in the Format field. It reached number-three in September 2000. Archived from on 20 February 2008.
Archived from on 26 November 2007. However, in a misguided attempt to make the group's prefab pop sound more mature, ditched their debut's fun, bouncy style in favor of by-the-numbers ballads and a forced eclecticism, both of which muddied 's sound instead of expanding it. Though their songs were never as recognizable as , , , or 's, 's cheerful, more innocent style at least set them apart from the rest of the teen pop B-list. The series saw the group depart from Miami and move to Los Angeles to seek a record deal. S Club 7 Go Wild!.
The song was released in April 2001, marked a high point for the group as the single went straight to number-one, went Platinum and became the seventh best selling single of 2001. Archived from on 21 December 2008. Archived from on 12 May 2008. Archived from on 12 May 2008. The album debuted at number three on the in December 2001, selling more in its first week 136,000 than any of their other albums.
The group won the award for the song, and in February 2002, the single won the group their second for best British single. Select albums in the Format field. Archived from on 8 December 2008. In October 2000, they launched the annual Campaign with and supported Kids First Campaign throughout 1999 and 2000. The album peaked at number sixty-nine on the albums chart and was certified gold.