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Official Charts Flashback 2004: Rachel Stevens' Some Girls vs. Lola's Theme

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“Dreams of Number 1 last forever…” That lyric, taken from Rachel Stevens’s Some Girls, neatly summarises what happened on the Official Singles Chart this week in 2004, when she lost out on bagging a Number 1 single.

It was Rachel’s strongest bid for the top spot: her post-S Club debut single Sweet Dreams My LA Ex also peaked at 2, but Some Girls was electro-pop in a different league.

The story behind the song is as intriguing as the song itself. Produced by Richard X and songwriter Hannah Robinson, Some Girls was initially intended for Girls Aloud, before music mogul Simon Fuller (Spice Girls, Pop Idol, etc) stepped in and asked if one of two acts he was looking after could record it: Rachel Stevens or Geri Halliwell.

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