S CLUB 7
Bring It All Back (-)
HUGE sales of 190,000 in one week gives ex-Spice Girls manager Simon Fuller his first No 1 band since being ditched by the girl power group.
Beautiful Stranger (-)
TAKEN from the soundtrack to Mike Myers' long awaited Austin Powers sequel, The Spy Who S*****d Me, this is the material girl's 49th hit.
Everybody's Free To Wear Sunscreen (1)
LUHRMANN'S single is the biggest spoken-word hit since JJ Barrie topped the charts with No Charge in 1976. The lyrics began life as a newspaper article.
That Don't Impress Me Much (3)
THE Canadian country superstar enjoys her fourth and biggest hit single from her album Come On Over. The song has sold 400,000 copies.
SHANKS AND BIGFOOT
Sweet Like Chocolate (2)
SHANKS and Bigfoot lasted two weeks at the top with their unusual dance tune which was released 18 months ago.
Hey Boy Hey Girl (3)
ED SIMONS and Tom Rowlands are back with another fantastic dance single. It's another block rockin' hit.
THE follow-up novelty hit to the recent Witch Doctor from the Danish technobilly group is based on Stephen Foster's 1850 song The Camptown Races.
I Want It That Way (7)
THIS gave American boy band the Backstreet Boys their first No 1. It is also the first single taken from their new Millennium album.
Ooh La La (5)
THE funky song that helps sell Budweiser on a TV ad is a hit thanks to Atlantic 252 DJ Theo Keating, who is the face behind the song.
SIXPENCE NONE THE RICHER
Kiss Me (8)
EXCELLENT pop song which features on the soundtrack to Dawson's Creek and is the main theme from the current hit teen film She's All That.
Boom Boom Boom Boom
Vengaboys are back and are ready for their biggest hit yet by challenging S Club 7 for the No 1 spot.
The Dutch-based group - Kim, Denice, Roy and Robin - follow up hits Up And Down and We Like To Party with another full on party anthem.
Jay Kay and Co release their first LP in three years and continue their love affair with stylish jazz funk. New bassist Nick Fyffe makes his presence known following the departure of Stuart Zender. If you're a fan, tracks like King For A Day, Supersonic are variations on the theme.
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|Publication:||Daily Record (Glasgow, Scotland)|
|Date:||Jun 18, 1999|
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