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Album Review

This set produced for the U.K. and Irish markets gathers up and spits out the more danceable highlights of Five's career. Completist fans may be interested in Let's Dance, but its material is in no way exclusive, having been culled from studio albums and maxi singles. That said, it does include hits like "When the Lights Go Out," "Let's Dance," "Slam Dunk (Da Funk)," and "If Ya Getting Down," as well as a few slower numbers in "Satisfied" and "Take Your Chances on Me."

Customer Reviews

Its ok to like 5

I actually love this song, and have it on repeat at the mo! It sounds great and is wicked for dancing hence the title - Go On! You will enjoy it!!

Great boyband

Five were actually a good talented bunch, not too many ballads & great vocals.
This album showcases some of their greatest hits!


Genre: Pop

Years Active: '90s, '00s

This UK pop quintet (originally spelled 5ive) enjoyed widespread success in the late 90s with their polished, hip-hop inspired sound. Ritchie Neville (b. Richard Neville Dobson, 23 August 1979, Solihull, Birmingham, West Midlands, England), Scott Robinson (b. 22 November 1979, Basildon, Essex, England), Richard ‘Abs’ Breen (b. Richard Abidin Breen, 29 June 1979, Enfield, Middlesex, England), Jason ‘J’ Brown (b. 13 June 1976, Aldershot, England) and Sean Conlon (b. 20 May 1981, Leeds, Yorkshire, England)...
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