United States- Five didn’t do much impact in United States with their second album “Invincible”. Despite charting at number 108 with their second album, no singles charted at the Hot 100, thus, no top 10 hit.
United Kingdom- Five maintained their popularity with their second album “Invincible” because of its singles released. In fact, they even did better as they produced number 1 hits unlike their self-titled debut album. Four singles were released from the album. Check their top 10 hits in the country:
If Ya Gettin’ Down- #2
Keep On Movin- #1
Don’t Wanna Let You Go- #9
We Will Rock You (with Queen)- #1
Apparently, all the singles released from the album peaked inside the top 10. They had two number 1 single which were “Keep On Movin” and the remake which featured original artist of the song “We Will Rock You”. “Don’t Wanna Let You Go” was their lowest peak at number 9, but still considered a hit. “Keep On Movin” was the album’s biggest selling single reaching Gold Record by BPI. The guys repeated their history with all of the singles ranging 4 to 5 released reaching the top 10 which started with the number 2 hit lead single “If Ya Getting Down”, one of their big hits then.
“Keep On Movin” was the most known single by the group internationally. It was also a hit in Asia, not just in United Kingdom. Their other single “We Will Rock You” was not their original so I picked “Keep on Movin” to share. Enjoy the video which is a live performance below and the song’s chorus:
Keep On Movin (Chorus)
Get on up When you’re down, baby,
Take a good look around.
I know it’s not much, But it’s okay.
We’ll Keep on movin’ on anyway
Credits: OCC / Wikipedia
Lyrics from azlyrics.com and songwriters of the song (Richard Stannard, Julian Gallagher, Jason Brown, Sean Conlon, Richard Breen)
Video from Youtube / MonsterlyInLove2