S Club

S Club

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These days it seems like you can throw a rock in any direction and hit an aspiring teenypopper. But these seven perky British coeds have a leg up over their competition in the race for the candy-pop crown -- they have their own TV show. The plot? Well, it doesn't really matter; all you need to know is that these preternaturally good-looking teens get stuck on the… See more details below

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These days it seems like you can throw a rock in any direction and hit an aspiring teenypopper. But these seven perky British coeds have a leg up over their competition in the race for the candy-pop crown -- they have their own TV show. The plot? Well, it doesn't really matter; all you need to know is that these preternaturally good-looking teens get stuck on the beach in Miami, they like to have fun and every now and then, they break into song and dance. The "S Club 7" TV series is a "Monkees" for Generation Y -- it's equal parts Britney, Backstreet, "Saved By the Bell," and Spice Girls. (Simon Fuller, the creator of S Club 7, was also the mastermind behind Girl Power, so it's not surprising that the super-catchy Euro-dance pop on S CLUB has Spice-y production values.) The vocals -- uncomplicated harmonies behind mostly female alternating soloists -- are pleasantly sweet and they sound best on the charming, starry-eyed single "Bring It All Back" and the teen-love song "Two in a Million." S CLUB also incorporates the show's Miami theme into a couple of fun Latin-lite tunes, "It's a Feel Good Thing" and "Viva La Fiesta." One complaint: The lyrics "Hoochie mamas, show your nanas" has no place in the song "S Club Party" -- especially for a show on the Fox Family network.

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Product Details

Release Date:
04/11/2000
Label:
Polygram Uk
UPC:
0731454310321
catalogNumber:
543103
Rank:
83619

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Album Credits

Performance Credits

S Club   Primary Artist
S Club   Indexed Contributor
Tracie Ackerman   Background Vocals
Milton McDonald   Guitar
Steve Hilton   Keyboards
Anna Ross   Background Vocals

Technical Credits

Steve Fitzmaurice   Engineer
Simon Franglen   Producer
Kick Horns   Brass Arrangment
Eliot Kennedy   Producer
Tim Lever   Producer
Dean Murphy   Engineer
Jeremy Wheatley   Producer
Mike Percy   Producer
Paul Walton   Engineer
Andy Wright   Producer
Stargate   Producer,Remixing
Steve Hilton   Programming
DuffleBag Boys   Arranger,Producer
Angela Lupino   Producer
Absolute   Producer

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