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Sales Figures, Steps to Split? CD Signing – 10th October 2001

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New sales figures release today, for sales from Sunday to Tuesday have Steps placed at number six with sales of 9,445 just 200 copies behind Usher at number five.
Channel 4 text have reported that the bookies have Steps as the favourites to be the next pop group that are going to split!!

A bit late with this sorry, but our friends over at the United Steps of America have told us that Steps appear on a new Jive artists CD!

1.Melissa Lefton – Radio Rainbow 3:35
2.JiveJones Superteen 3:25
3.Hardknox – Troubles 4:10
4.Nivea – Just In Case 3:56
5.True Vibe – Jump,Jump,Jump 3:02
6.Steps – It’s The Way You Make Me Feel 3:17

If you want to see the scans of the cover head over to their website!

From NME:

STEPS will meet fans at a signing session for their forthcoming Greatest Hits album ‘GOLD’ in LONDON. The group will be signing copies of ‘Gold’ at the Virgin Megastore in Piccadilly, London on October 15. Entry to the event is via ticket only, to be allocated on a first-come first-served basis to personal callers at the store from 11am on October 14.

From Worldpop:

Steps play the second of their concerts in the Middle East for British troops tonight alongside Geri Halliwell. The fab five are scheduled to play Camp Fairburn at a British base situated 150 miles into the Omani desert. On Saturday evening the band played the first of their concerts to British troops. The concert had to be stopped briefly when thousands of troops rushed the stage as they tried to copy Steps’ line dancing moves. Faye, Claire and Lisa, performing in saucy nurses’ uniforms, also managed to raise temperatures in the audience even higher! Unlike Geri who has chosen to frolic in the sea on her time off, Steps have been learning about military hardware. They’ve been allowed to sit at the controls of army tanks and sit in the cockpits of military aircraft bombers. ‘They’ve enjoyed their time in the Middle East immensely,’ said a spokesman for the band. ‘Their concerts have been a real success.’

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