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S-Club 7 - Don't Stop Movin


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#1 marko

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    Posted 05 November 2009 - 08:31 PM

    "Don't Stop Movin'" is a song by S Club 7, released as a single on April 23, 2001.

    S Club 7 recorded the song in early 2001 after they finished making their second album, "7", with their regular songwriter, Simon Ellis, and Shep Solomon, who had worked on hits in the 90's by Eternal, Michelle Gayle etc. The song is notable for being made in a disco style and it features real violins and string instruments. The song was believed to be their "coolest yet", and some even cited that this new sound of S Club 7's was a result of the infamous cannabis incident with the male members of the band (see the main S Club article). The song was released in April 2001, and hit #1 twice in the space of a month (incidentally, it was Geri Halliwell's "It's Raining Men" that spent two weeks atop the #1 position in between), becoming the year's seventh biggest-selling single, and scooping the BRIT Award for Best British Single in 2002 and ITV's Record of the Year accolade. The song made it to number 3 in Q magazine's "Guilty Pleasures" list in August 2006. [1]

    The video was filmed at the Camden Palace nightclub in Dublin Ireland. Halfway through the shoot, a camera knocked a giant antique chandelier which fell down from the ceiling, narrowly missing band members Tina Barrett and Bradley McIntosh and the crowd of dancers.

    The song has sold 740,000 copies in the UK as stated by the Official UK Charts Company.










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