Unreleased Songs

S CLUB ERA

I WANT CANDY‘ – A cover of the the Strangeloves 1965 song of the same name. The track is registered to S Club 7 on APRA and ties in with the early concept of the band being named “Sugar Club”.

ME AND MY FRIENDS‘ – In a 2013 Tweet, bandmate Paul Cattermole shared a cassette tape the title “Me and My Friends”, when asked, Cattermole stated that ‘So Right’ was a “tad catchier” than ‘Me and My Friends’, and it is not the same song.

7 ERA

LAST ONE STANDING‘ – Written by the members of the band ‘Girl Thing’ and Tim Lever (‘Bring It All Back’), Mike Percy (‘Bring it All Back’), and George Merrill. The song was released as a single in 2000 by Girl Thing and is registered to S Club 7 on APRA.

SUNSHINE ERA

ANYONE‘ – A song registered on ASCAP with Jon Lee as a credited writer song side Timothy Lever (‘You’), Michael Percy (‘You’, ‘It’s Alright’), and Nina Woodford (‘One Step Closer’ by S Club Juniors).

ARE YOU READY‘ – A song registered on ASCAP with Bradley McIntosh credited along side Christopher Braide (‘Have You Ever’), and Timothy Laws (‘Dangerous’).

COULD IT BE FOREVER‘ – A song registered on ASCAP with Jon Lee credited as a writer along side Timothy Lever (‘You’), Michael Percy (‘You’, ‘It’s Alright’).

PIECE OF MY HEART‘ – A song registered on ASCAP with Bradley credited as a songwriter along side Cathy Dennis (‘Never Had A Dream Come True’) and Jonathan Shorten (‘Good Times’).

SEEING DOUBLE ERA

UNKNOWN ERA

CRUSH‘ – A song registered on ASCAP with Jon Lee credited as a writer along side Cathy Dennis (‘Never Had A Dream Come True’).

KEEP YOUR HEAD‘ – A song registered on APRA with S Club 7 as a credited artist and Paul Cattermole and Rob Davis as registered writers.

ONLY YOU‘ – A song registered to S Club 7 with writing credits by Jon Lee and Simon Ellis (‘Never Had A Dream Come True’). (Not to be confused with the song featured on ‘Fallen Angel’).

PREMONITION‘ – During their 2015 tour documentary, Bradley brings up a song called “Premonition”, Jo comments that “She loves that song” before Bradley follows it up with “You wouldn’t have heard that song“.