I check for No Exit and Panic of Girls regularly (and Curse of Blondie for that matter)Are Blondie on your list at all? Their post-comeback discography is very patchy
Justice for End to End.
Though today I did have Pete Pritchard, producer (and rightsholder) of Clock blocking my attempts to get their music online
And also the most common grindr response:Is it wrong that I would really enjoy delving through your inbox
A mix of glee, confusion, apathy and complete c*ntery, with no idea what sort of response you're likely to get once the email is sent I'm sure!
Sort of like grindr for POP MUSIC NERDS!
That was one of the biggest gaps in the dance rate playlist last year. It's not even as if it's an obscure song!@aquaplex if you're in touch with Defected can you ask them to pick up The Ones - Flawless?
There's still loads of club tracks from late 90s / early 00s unnacounted for and that appears to be the biggest. It's odd because the George Michael cover is available so it can't be a sampling issue..
If it's more in your wheelhouse, ZTT also released Leilani's stuff, and I notice the original version of Madness Thing is also missing. (Though weirdly the flop follow-ups are all there)
Haven’t they been up for a while now? The whole album has in fact… I’d have thought you just need to search S Club 8.I see someone uploaded a random S Club Juniors compilation and not a lot of people may care but, I just wanted to say it's so good to finally have Sundown and Fool No More on streaming!
Sweden, possibly Scandinavia and Germany at one pointI think Rachel Stevens (and maybe even Emma Bunton’s Free Me album or Holly Valance or something) is available on the UK one but not for my Aussie friends who enjoy them. So assuming it varies internationally? Given the Alcazar track is well over 10 million streams I guess it was already available in Europe prior to the UK?