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Released: 26th September 2005.

Sugababes - Push The ButtonIt's hard to believe it's been a full five years since the Sugababes were first brought to our attention, and it's incredibly good news that they're creating just as brilliant pop music now as they were when they first started. With an incredibly infectious tune, this song will be stuck in your head for ages, and you'll be racking your brain thinking where you've heard it for years. Truth is, you haven't, and aside from a passing resemblance to "One For Sorrow" by Steps, I cannot find any pieces of tunes lifted from other songs. Expect this to be a massive hit - hopefully the No. 1 single it deserves to be.

* * * * * (matthew_dixon)



Sugababes have returned with a nice, grown up sound that's quite different. This first single is an immediate grower, and shows us that they're definitely here to stay. The verses move along into a chorus that really does establish the girls for who they are and what they have become since 2001. "Push The Button" is a nice single which shows the girls' vocals off well, but you're sort of left thinking whether it was a good group effort, as Keisha is given the lead vocals. Nevertheless, it's a very good pop-esque track that should give them another Top 10 hit.

* * * * (musicfreek)

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