The Show (Girls Aloud song)

The Show (Girls Aloud Song)

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"The Show" is a song performed by British all-female pop group Girls Aloud, taken from their second studio album What Will the Neighbours Say? (2004). The song was written by Miranda Cooper, Brian Higgins and his production team Xenomania, and produced by Higgins and Xenomania. "The Show" was released as a single in June 2004, seven months after Girls Aloud's last release. The single, which contains themes of anti-promiscuity, became Girls Aloud's fifth consecutive single to chart within the top three on the UK Singles Chart.

The music video stars Girls Aloud as employees who exact revenge on men at a beauty salon named 'Curls Allowed'. "The Show" was promoted through numerous live appearances and has since been performed on a number of Girls Aloud's concert tours. Described as a "feisty, thumping track", the song received critical acclaim as one of Girls Aloud's first songs to avoid the verse-chorus form typically used in pop music.

Background and composition

"The Show" was the first Girls Aloud single written specifically for the group. Contrary to the verse-chorus form that is typically used in modern pop music, "The Show" opts for a less conventional song structure. It was noted for its intricacy. The song's lyrics, which contain an anti-promiscuity message, "set in motion a writing style that would come to...
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