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Overloaded: Singles Collection Import, Special Edition

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UK pressing features one bonus track over the International edition. Undoubtedly one of the most innovative, exciting and consistently successful groups in the UK, Sugababes have been at the top of their game since their debut single 'Overload', in 2000. 2 Brit Awards, 4 Number Ones and two new band members later and Sugababes release their Singles Collection, featuring the brand new single, 'Easy', a collaborative effort with Californian rockers Orson. 'Overloaded: Singles Collection' spans their four studio albums, including the Richard X produced hit 'Freak Like Me' (their first Number 1), the sensational pop ballads 'Run for Cover' and 'Stronger', their biggest hit to date- 'Push the Button' and an additional new track, 'Good to Be Gone'. Universal. 2006.


1. Freak Like Me (Radio Version)
2. Round Round
3. Red Dress
4. In The Middle
5. Stronger
6. Shape
7. Overload
8. Good To Be Gone
9. Caught In A Moment
10. Ugly
11. Easy
12. Too Lost In You
13. Run For Cover (Single Version)
14. Hole In The Head
15. Push The Button

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  • Audio CD (November 20, 2006)
  • special_edition edition
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Import, Special Edition
  • Label: Universal UK
  • ASIN: B000INAWHU
  • Average Customer Review: 4.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (12 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #198,419 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful By Mark on November 30, 2006
Format: Audio CD
Girls Aloud might exist to continually shock us with the audacity of their off-the-wall tunes, but the Sugababes fulfill our need for something truly subdued and sexy all at once. Their singles are all neatly executed, their singing never more than a step above breathy, and yet they have been hailed as the hippest girl group of the noughties. Unsurprisingly, their 2006 best-of set, "Overloaded", is their finest release to date. The singles demonstrate everything great about them- a flair for edge, a knack for the mainstream- but the lesser album tracks have always catered to dull R&B and urban retreads. "Overloaded" simply weeds out the dodgy spots and tumbles onto strength after strength. It's incredible to see their growth over the span of six years, from the jazzy garage fumble of debut hit "Overload" to the guitar glam of new track "Good To Be Gone". They've broken the pop mold by producing excellent singles that continue to grow over time, not repeat past formulas. A few moments, like the mash-up classic "Freak Like Me" or the gritty electro-ska of "Hole In the Head", indicate an almost indie edge, while "Push the Button" and "In the Middle" are catering to the dance fans. Best yet is new single "Easy", a lusty and positively unsubtle number that delves into an insatiable, addictive chorus. As if they're not already breaking the bank in terms of hits, if the new tracks are any indication, they're still on a roll.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Hernan Igot on November 23, 2006
Format: Audio CD
Sugababes' "Overloaded: The Singles Collection" album is so good, you wouldn't wanna stop playing it once you get your hands on it. It's full of great hits, but it also shows how consistent and cutting edge a band Sugababes are. They were always unique from the beginning, being the edgy alternative to the super saccharine dance-pop/teen-pop of the early 2000s. Why they didn't become a huge success in the US, I will never know (just like how I could never figure out why US pop music these days is not so much purely unadulterated, unabashed pop as it is urban-influenced in any way, shape, or form). Still, if one wants to know what the US has been missing out on, an essential collection such as this is a great place to start.

I could say so much more about the band, but let me just focus on the album's content because the pop gems within it are what makes this greatest hits compilation one of the best in years.

1. "Freak Like Me" - Definitely a great rush to open an album. It still sounds really fresh and edgy, even compared to their recent singles. If I were to describe this breakout-to-UK-superstardom single of theirs to a curious American listener, I'd probably say that it's like "Spice Girls on lots of acid." That's not necessarily a bad thing because acid never sounded this damn cool and infectious. It truly makes great use of the scratchy mash-up sound to the point of exploitation: it's raw, primal, robotic, icy, and delivered with lots of nonchalant attitude. Apparently UK listeners found this single pretty exciting too: it became the inaugural chart-topping Sugababes single over there.

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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Josephll on November 23, 2006
Format: Audio CD
Sugabebes, one of many really good girlbands from UK have been around for 5 years now and released 4 albums until it's time for Mutya to leave the band and hence release a greatest hits album where all old songs are re-found, however they will be making a new album after this. When they started off in 2000 they were all very young (15-16) and pretty much a teen-pop band, but for the longer they played the better and more mature would their sound become. Band was formed already in 1998 by friends Siobhan Donaghy, Keisha Buchanan, and Mutya Buena. Donaghy appeared on the first album but left later and was replaced by Heidi Range. Although they never had many hits in US, they would become a respected Pop band in Europe. "Overload" their first single from "One Touch", was a hit in 2000 and reached #6 position in UK. The rest of the singles from that album would only be moderate hits and they also got dropped from their record label. However, it turned out to be a good thing cause Island picked them up and sophmore album "Angels with Dirty Faces" would become their best. 4 singles released and all hits. "Freak Like Me" "Round Round" "Stronger" and "Shape" the first two, reaching #1. Third album "Three" gave them yet another #1 single with "Hole In The Head" while the rest of the singles from that album all reached top 10. 4th album "Taller In More Ways" would have both Dallas Austin, Cathy Dennis and Madonna's producer Guy Sigsworth on the producer list and not too surprisingly another #1 hit single came out "Push the Button" while the others all were top 5. This album is the UK version of it, and included most singles + two brand new in "Easy" and "Good to Be Gone".Read more ›
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Multiplex on November 23, 2006
Format: Audio CD
Most best of albums have songs that make you say why is this song on here? This album was done the right way by having the hits that made them big. However when it comes to the songs they chose from OneTouch, they probably should have included the title songe one touch from their debut album & Follow Me Home (one of their best ballads)from their last album. Their Newest song Easy is a song that shows their contiuing growth as well as their ability to maintain the sugababe sound through another lineup change. Another song that is a must listen to, would have to be Good to be gone--- great vocals,cool sound. Overall this album is a must have if you are a sugababes fan and a good starter album for the casual listener. By the way isn't it weird how close Amelle sounds to Mutya !
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