I just checked in case i was mistaken but i'm more surprised that Alesso sampled this song on his track Cool and managed to go top 10 in the UK.Thriller wrote:It was B-List on Radio 1 and she did Live Lounge but I really think what hampered it was the fact it was available on iTunes as a single download from the album release and because she performed it on Alan Carr and a few other shows when the album was released it caused the song to however around the 20s/30s on iTunes before the proper single release. What Parlophone should've done is stopped the track being eligible to download as a single track until the single release week. With all of the front-loaded sales it surely would've then gone top 5.
Where Is The Feeling? is better than your #1, ha-haThriller wrote:So Tears On My Pillow (boring tripe), Where The Wild Roses Grow (overrated), The Loco-Motion (slightly naff) and Giving You Up (not aged well) didn't make it. Amongst some of her other earlier hits such as Never Too Late and Wouldn't Change A Thing which I deem inoffensive but unexciting. Especially For You VERY nearly slipped in!