If you happen to like Steps, and the genre of happy-clappy pre-teen pop, then there's not much to dislike here.
The group was formed by Steve Crosby, who produced Steps, and Mike Stock (he of Stock Aitken Waterman), and the sound is recognizable immediately. The structure of the songs falls right into their magic formula of up-beat, sharp-sounding stuff that is cheesy but incredibly addictive. The group appears regularly on Nick Jr channel on Sky, where some songs from this album are performed. If you are bored witless sitting through the endless tide of Peppa Pig and the gang, then Go!Go!Go! provides something of a respite. The group members are good-looking eye-candy types, as expected, but Gemma (the one in the short pink outfit) is the one most likely to have dad paying attention to the TV.
This album is great value for money, with some stand-out tracks that have much broader appeal than to the target toddler and infant market. "Blue Sky Sunshine Day" is probably the best track of the lot, though there are a huge number of tracks on the album, plus some video content.