Steps – 5,6,7,8

“5,6,7,8” is a song by British group Steps from their debut studio album, Step One (1998). It is a techno-pop song written Barry Upton and Steve Crosby, and produced by Karl Twigg, Mark Topham and Pete Waterman. It was released as their debut single in November 1997 following their being put together after each group member responded to a magazine advert looking for people to audition to be in a pop band. It garnered a negative review from Peter Robinson of NME and peaked at number 14 on the UK Singles Chart – one of their lowest chart positions – but has had the third-highest sales of any single of their career in the United Kingdom.

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