S Club

  • 01. Bring It All Back
  • 02. You’re My Number Ome
  • 03. Two In A Million
  • 04. S Club Party
  • 05. Everybody Wants Ya
  • 06. Viva La Fiesta
  • 07. Gonna Change The World
  • 08. I Really Miss You
  • 09. Friday Night
  • 10. It’s A Feel Good Thing (Buenos Tiempo)
  • 11. Hope For The Future
B-Sides Bonus Tracks
  • So Right (Appears on: ‘Bring It All Back’)
  • Hello Friend (Appears on: ‘Bring It All Back’)
  • Our Time Has Come (Appears on: ‘S Club Party’)
  • We Can Work It Out (Appears on: ‘Two In A Million’)
  • Down at Club S (Appears on: ‘You’re My Number One’)
  • Dancing Queen (Appears on: ‘Abbamania’)

“S Club” is the debut album from pop group S Club 7. The album features a fresh pop production from former Spice Girl manager Simon Fuller. Released at the height of the popularity of their television ‘Miami 7’, Bring It All Back soared to the top of the UK charts. Subsequent singles ‘S Club Party’, ‘Two In A Million’, and ‘You’re My Number One’ followed suit as the took the world by storm.

Album Stats

Released: October 04, 1999 (UK) April 11, 2000 (US)
Recorded: 1998 1999
Label: Polydor
Genre: Pop

Facts & Trivia

  • Despite charting at number 112 in the United States, the album was certified Gold selling in excess of 500,000 copies
  • “Friday Night” despite not being released as a single was included on the 2015 reissue of ‘Best – The Greatest Hits of S Club 7’
  • “So Right” appears as a b-side on ‘Bring It All Back’, but is listed as a bonus track on the Japanese version of the album
  • “Hello Friend” is one of three b-sides not featured in the show, however it was later performed in Viva S Club
  • The song “Anytime, Anywhere” was recorded for this album, however, was excluded and later released as a b-side to the S Club Junior song ‘Automatic High’ (2002)
  • Several songs were intended to be included on the album including “We Got Each Other” and the original version of “Rain”, to this day the song remains unreleased.
  • Although unreleased, “Rain” was re-recorded in 2002 for inclusion on ‘Seeing Double’ but was excluded. Due to popular demand, “Rain” was finally released in 2015.

Singles

Bring It All Back

S Club Party

Two In A Million

You're My Number One

Production Credits