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This is soo fucking cheesy OMG.
I never realised it was that bad.
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@Madonna yeah totally, also by the time Mutya left Keisha was being forced more and more to the side until the point where she was essentially "sacked" from the band.
Girls Aloud were only really big in the UK so i can understand. Girls Aloud were a bit strange, they were a manufactured band from a talent show, but the music they put out was often boundary pushing and not what you'd expect from a girl group. A prime example is the fact their debut single wasn't a ballad like basically every other talent show winners debut.
Girls Aloud's debut single "Sound Of The Underground" and Sugababes "Round Round" were two of Xenonmanias first productions and both are credited as revolutionising the UK pop scene in the early 00s.Spoiler
That aside two person favourites of mine are "Sexy! No No" and "Call The Shots".Spoiler
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