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Customer Reviews

S Club (Gr)8 - almost!

They may just be nippers (or at least were when this album came out) but by jiminy, weren't they lucky. The brains behind this dandy pop troupe (the marvellous Simon Fuller) really pulled some great tunes out of the bag. The kitschy classic Fool No More, the amazing Sundown and the clubby album tracks Rush and Day You Came are the kind of cool pop gems that Kylie or Rachel Stevens would give their right arms for. Mature, infectiously catchy and clubby they are just what the charts need more off... Please no more singer songwriters. PLEASE! Sadly, the rest of this album is patchworked with S CLub 7 B-sides (Big Fun is awful), which is a shame because the aforementioned songs offered so much promise. A good album, but not great. A must have for Sundown, Fool No More, Rush, The Day You Came and the Xmas perfection of Drawn To You! Here's some advice - download the fab tracks already mentioned, then throw in New Direction and One Step CLoser from their first album, plus tracks from the SC8 concept album I Dream (Goodbye Radio is amazing) and you'll end up with a fantastic album! I do not lie.

Inspired rather than Formulaic - Perfect Pop Waiting to be Discovered Again

The writers for S Club 8 previously Juniors, gave them a very good chance with the material on this album - it's of such high standard, I'm still listening to this nearly 2 years on. The singles - Fool No More, and Sundown were strong openers, and then Don't Tell Me You're Sorry is even better - Justin Timberlake would love this track for his second record, Im sure. Love to the Limit continues the Jackson Off the Wall era sound - with bristling and bubbling production treating and tickling your ears! it's so good!! Searching for Perfection is another great tune - it goes on and on. I was so angry that when the media, inevitably lost interest, this album's chart life tailed off. If you loved the imaginative pop of early Wham! then this will be a treat. Unlike the band's predessors - S Club 7 whose songs were generally pastiches and hideously formulaic examples of other artists work (other than a few exceptions) which was pop music moguls trying to cancel out any element of chance - by packaging every element of their investment. That's why S Club 8 were such a lovely surprise - all their singles were really inspired, and mostly, this album is too. (Although - One Thing I know should have been given to S Club 7 - Ill leave it at that!) Sail on Through would have been a lovely christmas single. I think it's because you have to be alot more banal in the popworld to survive - this was too good, for its own good - it's like giving children vegetables in Mcdonald's - you'll be thrown out and banned for life - it's not about nutrition at the end of the day, its E numbers and unprocessed sugar - S Club 8's Sundown was too refined. Depeche Mode for the under 12s.

Where Have They Gone !!!!!

they should make a comeback. they have't been seen or heard.

Sundown, S Club 8
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  • £6.99
  • Genres: Rock, Music
  • Released: 01 January 2003

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