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  1. The critically acclaimed track By S Club 7, Don't Stop Movin' turns 20 today. Released by S Club, Limited in conjunction with Polydor Records, the discofied track saw the group Leaving it's early R&B and Motown 90s sound that was found on 1999's S Club and 2000's '7' for a more sophisticated dance sound that would be more evident on Sunshine in tracks Like Boy Like You, Dance Dance Dance and Stronger, it would go into an electronic disco sound for Their final album (renamed S Club since Paul left) for their Soundtrack/ Studio album " Seeing Double".. The track is written by the Group along with Cathy Dennis and Simon Ellis (musical director for several Britsh acts and Femme fatale tour musical director as well).. The track is their biggest hit in their native UK, won the Brit award in 2002 for Best British single and is always in the top 3 of the biggest guilty pleasure songs of all time usually Britney's ...baby one more time always tops this British music list saying teen pop is guilty pleasure no matter how big the artist is.. Jo O' Meara the second co lead just dropped an acoustic version to celebrate the 20th anniversary of their most beloved track. It also closed out their 2015 Bring it all Back reunion tour of the UK.. Single was issued in the US through Universal records along with a DVD single, despite featuring all 7 members, it was released as S Club, cos by the time the US Compilation album Don't stop Movin' came out combining Sunshine and Seeing double, along with using the same artwork as Seeing double. The album flopped, as it wasn't promoted outside radio Disney, and ABC Family tv show S Club..
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