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Keep On Movin’: The Best Of Five

Five

Keep On Movin’: The Best Of Five

Five

Keep On Movin’: The Best Of Five

Release information

Release information

Label: Music Club Deluxe • Format: CD • Date: 19/02/2016 Cat#: MCDLX215 • Barcode: 5014797672154 • Genre: Pop

Track Listing

  1. Everybody Get Up
  2. Slam Dunk (Da Funk)
  3. Keep On Movin’
  4. Got the Feelin’
  5. When the Lights Go Out
  6. Partyline 555-on-line
  7. If Ya Gettin’ Down
  8. Feel The Love
  9. It’s The Things You Do
  10. Serious
  11. Two Sides To Every Story
  12. Satisfied
  13. Hear Me Now
  14. Battlestar
  15. That’s What You Told Me
  16. It’s All Over
  17. Invincible
  1. Rock The Party
  2. Let’s Dance
  3. Closer to Me
  4. On Top Of The World
  5. Inspector Gadget
  6. It’s Alright
  7. Breakdown
  8. When I Remember When
  9. Until the Time Is Through
  10. C’Mon C’Mon
  11. How Do Ya Feel
  12. You Make Me A Better Man
  13. Lay All Your Lovin’ On Me
  14. Everyday
  15. Let’s Get It On
  16. We’re Going All Night (You Make Me High)
  17. All Around
  18. Don’t Wanna Let You Go
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About this release

Five were brought together by the same team that delivered The Spice Girls. They signed to RCA in 1997 and in four years clocked up 11 consecutive Top 10 hit singles, including 3 #1s and 3 that peaked at #2. That achievement was record breaking.

Each of Five’s three studio albums charted in the Top 5 albums as well, selling in the millions worldwide, and, back at Christmastime 2001, their Greatest Hits package also charted Top 10. Through this successful period Five were Sean Conlon, Ritchie Neville, Scot Robinson, ‘Abs’ Breen and ‘J’ Brown. In 2006, four of the band reformed for a hugely successful tour but no recordings were released. They reunited once again in 2012 for the ITV show and 2013 tour ‘The Big Reunion’, and they continue to work as a three piece outfit featuring Ritchie, Scott and Sean.

This 2CD set includes all those singles and over these 35 tracks, Five show what a consistently strong pop band they were.