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Five's "Invincible"

The one of the British CD I had bought was the Five's "Invincible" album. Okay, yeah they are UK pop band just like the backstreet boys. But for a teenager like me almost 10 years ago, it was a big hit. Plus it's a catchy.

I remember very vividly when I heard this song for the first time, Oli Hager was dancing to it in the common room in the Wargrave Boarding house in UK. I thought it was prettty cool however, I had totally forgot about the song until I was visiting London with my brother Kiyo and found the CD in one of the retail stores in Leicester Square (cool place for young people to hang out). It was on sale for flipping 4.99 GBP (equivalent of US$10--what, still expensive? well, that's pretty cheap for England. Get some culture?) So I bought it. They best song on the CD, of course, was "Keep on Movin."

Five (originally spelled 5ive) are a British boy band that was put together in early 1997 by the same team who formed the Spice Girls. They enjoyed fair success worldwide, but particularly in the UK, parts of Europe, Russia, parts of Asia, Brazil, Israel and Australia. They disbanded on September 27, 2001, after selling close to 20 million records, and having 11 top ten singles and 4 top ten albums in the UK. Four of the five original members briefly reformed the group on September 27, 2006, but only 7 months after announcing a comeback, Five made an announcement via their official website they would again disband.

"Keep On Movin'" was the second single from this British Boyband Five's second album Invincible. Released in late 1999, the song became the first number one in the United Kingdom for the group.