It’s week 3 of our month-long celebration of girlbands, and we’ve gone for a trio who were at the time on their second line-up, with Heidi Range joining Keisha Buchanan and Mutya Buena, and replacing Siobhan Donaghy. (Pop fans will be aware that Mutya was later replaced by Amella Berrabah and Keisha by Jade Ewan, leaving the band with no original members…).
Angels With Dirty Faces was Sugababes second studio album, and saw the band catapulted to the heights of the charts, with two singles topping the pops. We’re discussing the collabs with Xenomania and Richard X, and what set this collection apart from the debut and those others that followed.
If you need to remind yourself of the album before diving in to our Track By Track rundown, you can listen anywhere.