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5.0 out of 5 stars Great tune + v.funny video = Thumbs up all around!, 27 Feb 2006
This review is from: You [CD 2] (Audio CD)
Released just four years ago, "You" was S Club's 9th Top 5 smash in a row, zooming in at #2 in February 2002 behind "Hero" from Enrique Iglesias. What made this one of their finest moments was not only the extremely funny video, in which they mashed 1950's/1960's household interior with futuristic gadgets (not to mention a bit of slapstick here and there), this was also proof the fun, "Reach" side of them still exsisted on their third album, and surely their best, "Sunshine". If you've never seen the video before, or heard the song, invest in this. It also shows you just how miserable and serious the charts have become nowadays without the likes of S Club.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Back to Old School S Club, 27 Jan 2002
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Steveweiser (Sydenham, London) - See all my reviews
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This review is from: You [CD 2] (Audio CD)
If you don't know, You was the theme for S Club 7's latest series, Hollywood 7. And if you know the song off of their album Sunshine, well this is a slighty different version, as Jon and Bradley replace some Rachel vocals that the producers felt were a little weak for a single release. Personally I prefer the album version with only Jo and Rachel, but as they say, different strokes for different folks.
You sees the S Clubbers return to the type of Motown-ish pop that signalled their arrival on Bring It All Back and also on the Popstars anthem Reach, ironically the type of music the "legit" commentators loathed, wishing S Club would stick to songs like Don't Stop Movin', however there's a chance of that if Dance Dance Dance is chosen as the single after this one.
CD Two contains the Bradley 'n' Jon laden single version of You, as well as two remixes, one a Disco mix of You and the other a remix of the Sunshine album track Stronger, which many Tina fans will be pleased to know is sung by the lady herself. If you're a fan of S Club remixes, this CD's for you, unless you really wanna hear some new stuff, in which case CD One is recommended, as that has a brand new S Club track.
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5.0 out of 5 stars SClub and You!, 26 Jan 2002
This review is from: You [CD 2] (Audio CD)
Wow! Firstly premiering on their tour, You is he fourth release of their amazing third album, Sunshine. This cheeky track is definetly garanteed to cheer you up. But it's not the same as thetrack on the album, this time, Jon and Bradley both join Jo and Rachel on this fantastic track (definetly recommended!).
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