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Ten is the second greatest hits album and the final album released by British girl group Girls Aloud, released in commemoration of the group's tenth anniversary. It was released in the United Kingdom on 26 November 2012 through Polydor Records. The album consisted of fourteen of Girls Aloud's singles, including the number-one singles "Sound of the Underground", "I'll Stand by You" and "The Promise" and four new tracks.
Chemistry is the third studio album by English-Irish girl group Girls Aloud. It was released in the United Kingdom on 5 December 2005 by Polydor Records. After the success of What Will the Neighbours Say?, the album was again entirely produced by Brian Higgins and his production team Xenomania. Chemistry is a loose concept album which details celebrity lifestyle and "what it's like to be a twentysomething girl in London. A number of the songs avert the verse-chorus form typical of pop music.
Girls Aloud were a critically acclaimed British-Irish girl group comprising Nicola Roberts, Nadine Coyle, Cheryl Cole, Kimberley Walsh and Sarah Harding.
Three years after Girls Aloud announced they were taking a break, they're back – with a new song, a greatest hits album and a tour next year to celebrate a decade's worth of pop dominance. We were all getting dressed together this morning and it all just felt really normal, like nothing's changed," said Cheryl Cole during a press conference on Friday at the Corinthia hotel, London. However, rumours began to circulate that the five-piece might be reuniting when Walsh, Roberts and Coyle all appeared at Cole's recent solo show at London's O2 arena. And recent hints by Cole that this could be the last hurrah for Girls Aloud? The girls were remaining tight-lipped. We haven't made any plans," said the singer. There's so much preparation gone into this that nobody knows ye. Topics.
Girls Aloud - comprising Cheryl, Nadine Coyle, Sarah Harding, Nicola Roberts and Kimberley Walsh - was formed on the . The act went on to earn 21 top 10 singles on the Official . Singles Chart, the most for any female group in history. The group split up on March 21, 2013, at the conclusion of their Ten: The Hits Tour 2013, which celebrated the act’s 10-year anniversary. All five members have recorded independent of the group, including solo albums from Cheryl, Coyle, Roberts and Walsh. Harding is currently at work on her solo debut.
Girls Aloud are undoubtedly Britain's biggest girlband at the moment. The chorus is so extremely catchy, and the middle eight is the BEST PART of the entire album. Nicola steals the show with her wailing 'No way ou-ou-ou-out!' bit. It's the best bit of the album. It totally made my day the first time I heard it. 14. Love Bomb (5/5).
Girls Aloud: they were all glossy legs, huge hair extensions and matching polyester outfits, with just enough tweaks for each band member to differentiate themselves. Girls Aloud arriving at the Brit awards in 2009 (Getty Images). I’m not in touch with them.
Which Girls Aloud single gave Cheryl Cole "goosebumps" and which hit nearly didn't make the album? We've delved deep into the group's history to find out some surprising fact. 'Sound of the underground'. From those first whirring guitars and the faux drum-and-bass beats, it was clear which song would nab the crown: it catapulted Girls Aloud from reality-show winners to a fully fledged pop entity. The track was begun during a sojourn Xenomania took in Paris while Girls Aloud were off filming their fly-on-the-wall TV show The Passions of Girls Aloud, but took nearly two years to finish. Released in the latter half of 2008, 'The Promise' was only the second Girls Aloud lead single to debut at number one.
3: Girls Aloud – The Promise. From the song that began their great chart story to one that came pretty near the end, The Promise was a huge hit for Girls Aloud as they prepared to release their fifth and final studio album Out Of Control. Girls Aloud’s other Number 1s also put in an appearance in this Top 20, with 2004’s I’ll Stand By You popping up in 13th place with over 230,000 copies sold. It’s bad news for Girls Aloud tracks like Sexy No No No (24), The Show (25) and Wake Me Up (28). They are, of course, still brilliant.