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#FlashbackFriday | July Edition1
By - Posted 29th July, 2016 at 8:59 pm Entertainment

I wrote an article back in May sharing some entertainment that had been released 10 years ago to that month. Although I didn’t get around to writing one last month, the July edition is finally here! This month’s edition will be focusing only on music instead of a variety of entertainment. Here are 5 songs that have celebrated their 10th birthday this month…

Song name: SexyBack
Artist: Justin Timberlake
Album: FutureSex/LoveSounds
Release Date: July 18, 2006
Fun facts: The song was Timberlake’s first number-one single on the Billboard Hot 100 and it kept its position at the top for seven weeks.
Lil’ Chris sang a cover of this song live on BBC Radio 1’s Live Lounge, but a parody version.

 

Song name: Smile
Artist: Lily Allen
Album: Alright, Still
Release Date: July 3, 2006
Fun facts: The song was re-recorded in Simlish and was included in the Sims 2: Seasons expansion pack.
It was number one on the iTunes charts for the first week after its release. It reached number one in the UK Singles Charts, but lost its position after two weeks to McFly’s new single.

 

Song name: Please, Please / Don’t Stop Me Now
Artist: McFly
Album: Motion In The Ocean
Release Date: July 17, 2006
Fun facts: This single is the one that knocked Lily Allen’s Smile off the number one spot.
They sang a cover of Queen’s Don’t Stop Me Now for Sport Relief 2006 and some of the money from the singles went to charity.
The single “Please, Please” is about the actress Lindsay Lohan.

 

Song name: You Give Me Something
Artist: James Morrison
Album: Undiscovered
Release Date: July 17, 2006
Fun facts: This was James Morrison’s first single.
It reached number five in the UK Singles Charts
It was used in the final episode of series 5 of Doctor Who during Amy and Rory’s wedding.

 

Song name: Last Request
Artist: Paolo Nutini
Album: These Streets
Release Date: July 3, 2006
Fun facts:It reached number five in the UK Singles Charts
The lyrics describe someone who knows that their relationship is over, but wants to have one last time with them.

 

Do you remember any of these, or know of any others? Let me know by leaving a comment below.

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    elliemarie1995 commented on 13th November, 2016

    here for gina x