Bring It All Back S Club 7
Song Title: Bring It All Back
Artist: S Club 7
Date of release: 7th of June 1999
Description: ” Bring It All Back ” is by S Club 7, the British pop group from London, England. The group, created by former Spice Girls manager Simon Fuller, consisted of Tina Barrett, Paul Cattermole, Rachel Stevens, Jo O’Meara, Hannah Spearritt, Bradley McIntosh, and Jon Lee.
Formed in 1998, they quickly rose to fame after starring in Miami 7, their own BBC television series. S Club 7 were together for five years, during that time they had four UK Singles Chart topping hits, one UK Number One Album, and chart success throughout Europe. They also had a top-ten single in the United States, Asia, Latin America and Africa. The group recorded four studio Albums, released 11 singles and soll in excess of 10 million Albums worldwide.
The song was written by S Club 7, Eliot Kennedy, Mike Percy and Tim Lever ( the latter three also produced the track ). Eliot Kennedy is an English songwriter and record producer. Based in Sheffield, England and with over 20 years in the music business, he has worked with many artists including Spice Girls, Bryan Adams, Lulu, Five, Gary Barlow, Delta Goodrem, The Wanted, Janet Devlin and Lovers Electric.
Mike Percy and Tim Lever were a members of Dead or Alive, playing bass and keyboards. As of 2017 the group has Worldwide sales over 30 million Albums and 28 Million singles.They disbanded after Pete Burns died in 2016.
” Bring It All Back ” was released on the 7th of June 1999 by record label Polydor ( Universal Music Group ) and taken as thier debut single from their debut Album S Club. The Album, released on the 4th of October 1999, became one of their most successful Albums, reaching number 2 on the UK Albums Chart. It was certified 2x Platinum in the UK by the British Phonographic Industry ( BPI ) with sales of over 700,000.
The Album, released on the 11th of April 2000 in North America, was certified Gold. The success was due to their television show S Club 7 in Miami becoming popular there. In Canada, S Club charted inside the top-ten, making it their most successful Album on the Canadian Albums Chart.
Unlike other S Club 7 songs, this is notable for being the only one where all four female members share lead vocals. The first verse features vocals from Jo O’Meara and Rachel Stevens, with the second verse being divided between Tina Barrett and Hannah Spearritt. The male members of the group, Bradley McIntosh, Jon Lee and Paul Cattermole provide backing vocals and additional vocals for the final chorus.
The accompanying music video was filmed on location in Miami, Florida. It was directed by Andrew Margetson, the London based director, writer and dance enthusiast. In addition to working on music videos for S Club 7, he has worked on commercials and documentaries which included Lonely Planet, the long-running travel series.
There are two music videos to accompany this song. The first ( this one ) was recorded for the British and Australian markets. It features scenes of S Club 7 performing the song on a beach stage in Miami. The video was recorded during the making of their show, Miami 7. It features montage clips from several episodes of the series.
The second video was recorded for the US market. In the video the group members perform ” Bring It All Back ” in an American trailer park. This version was recorded during the filming of their TV special Boyfriends and Birthdays.
The song was a commercial success for S Club 7. In the United Kingdom the song entered the UK Singles Chart on the 19th of June 1999 and reached a peak of Number One, a position it held for 1 week. It spent 5 weeks in the top ten and a total of 16 weeks on the UK chart.
” Bring It All Back ” also charted inside of the top ten in Australia, Belgium, Germany, Ireland, Netherlands, New Zealand, Scotland, Spain, Sweden and Switzerland.
BillBoard Hot 100 Highest Chart Position: N/A
UK Highest Chart Position: 1
Other Countries Highest Chart Positions: Australia (ARIA) 3, Austria (Ö3 Austria Top 40) 13, Belgium (Ultratip Flanders) 2, Belgium (Ultratop 50 Wallonia) 5, France (SNEP) 21, Germany (Official German Charts) 6, Ireland (IRMA) 3, Netherlands (Dutch Top 40) 4, New Zealand (Recorded Music NZ) 1, Scotland (Official Charts Company) 1, Spain (PROMUSICAE) 4, Sweden (Sverigetopplistan) 9, Switzerland (Schweizer Hitparade) 2
Official Website: Sclub7.com
FaceBook Page: Facebook.com/sclub7
Wikipedia Page: Wikipedia.org/SClub7