If this is blasphemy, I'm sorry, but I'm pleased that this became a Top 10 single for them above 'Untouchable' (which I love like a newborn). It has endured endless plays for me, like some great amalgamation of 80s, 90s and 00s pop into a succinct package which epitomised all that was detrimental to the commercialism of pop music and made it right. It may well be my favourite Girls Aloud single of all time. I'll have to sit in a small room and listen to this and 'The Show' on alternate repeat for a day or two to allow myself to come to any kind of decision. Sorry for my over-enthusiasm. What do we all think?