Invincible (Five album)

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Studio album by Five
Released 8 November 1999
Recorded 1998–1999
Genre Pop, hip hop, dance-pop, teen pop
Length 53:13
Label RCA
Producer Simon Cowell (exec.), Julian Gallagher, Steve Mac, Per Magnusson, Richard Norris, Jake Schulze, Richard "Biff" Stannard (also exec.), Stargate
Five chronology
Singles from Invincible
  1. "If Ya Gettin' Down"
    Released: 19 July 1999
  2. "Keep on Movin'"
    Released: 25 October 1999
  3. "How Do Ya Feel"
    Released: 6 December 1999
  4. "Don't Wanna Let You Go"
    Released: 6 March 2000
  5. "Don't Fight It Baby"
    Released: 23 May 2000
  6. "We Will Rock You"
    Released: 17 July 2000
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
AllMusic 4.5/5 stars[1]

Invincible is the second studio album released by English boy band Five. The album was released in the United Kingdom by RCA Records on 8 November 1999, and was later released in the United States on 16 May 2000. Four singles were released from Invincible, including the UK chart-toppers "Keep on Movin'" and "We Will Rock You". The album was executively produced by Simon Cowell and Richard "Biff" Stannard.

The album reached number four on the UK Albums Chart, the lowest-charting original album by the band, although it went on to become their biggest seller in UK, being certified double platinum. Worldwide, the album sold totally 2.5 million copies.


The original version of the album, released in November 1999, contains a total of fifteen tracks, including the hidden track, "Inspector Gadget". It also contains the original, album version of "We Will Rock You". A limited edition version of the standard album, containing an exclusive photo booklet, birthday calendar and free poster was also made available in certain countries in Europe.[2] For the album's release stateside in May 2000, the track listing was revised, removing "Mr. Z", "Sunshine" and "Battlestar", remixing "Don't Wanna Let You Go", and adding the track "Don't Fight It Baby", originally contributed by the band for the soundtrack to the film Loser.

The Japanese edition of the album retains the original track listing, but includes the B-side recording "Reminiscing" as a bonus track, and an enhanced section, containing two videos. A special edition of the album was later released in November 2000, featuring a bonus disc, containing five tracks recorded at the Manchester Evening News Arena during the band's Invincible Tour on 26 March 2000. Disc one was also altered, replacing the original version of "We Will Rock You" with the single mix, adding "Don't Fight It Baby"[3] and a remix of "Keep on Movin'" as bonus tracks, and including an enhanced section, containing four music videos.[4]

Chart performance[edit]

The album reached number four on the UK Albums Chart, the lowest-charting original album by the band, although it went on to become their biggest seller, being certified double-platinum.[5][6] The album also peaked at number 108 on the US Billboard 200.[7]

Track listing[edit]

Standard edition
No. Title Writer(s) Producer(s) Length
1. "If Ya Gettin' Down" Stannard, Julian Gallagher, Jason Brown, Sean Conlon, Richard Breen Stannard, Gallagher 3:00
2. "Keep on Movin'" Stannard, Gallagher, Brown, Conlon, Breen Stannard, Gallagher, Steve Mac[a] 3:17
3. "Don't Wanna Let You Go" Stannard, Gallagher, Breen, Brown, Conlon Stannard, Gallagher, Stargate[b] 3:23
4. "We Will Rock You" Brian May Stannard, Gallagher, Richard Norris 2:56
5. "Two Sides to Every Story" Mikkel S. Eriksen, Hallgeir Rustan, Tor Erik Hermansen, Ritchie Neville, Scott Robinson Stargate 3:27
6. "You Make Me a Better Man" Eriksen, Rustan, Hermansen, Neville, Robinson Stargate 4:18
7. "Invincible" Stannard, Gallagher, Brown, Conlon Stannard, Gallagher 4:11
8. "It's Alright" Stannard, Gallagher, Brown, Robinson, Neville Stannard, Gallagher 4:17
9. "Serious" Jake Schulz, Per Magnusson, Brown, Breen, Andreas Carlsson Schulz, Magnusson 3:23
10. "How Do Ya Feel" Stannard, Gallagher, Brown, Conlon, Breen, Robinson, Neville Stannard, Gallagher 3:30
11. "Everyday" Stannard, Gallagher, Brown, Conlon, Breen Stannard, Gallagher 4:19
12. "Mr. Z" Stannard, Gallagher, Norris, Breen, Brown, Conlon Stannard, Gallagher, Norris 2:50
13. "Sunshine" Stannard, Gallagher, Breen, Brown, Conlon Stannard, Gallagher 3:24
14. "Battlestar" Stannard, Gallagher, Norris, Breen, Brown, Stu Phillips, Glen A. Larson Stannard, Gallagher, Norris 4:07
15. "Inspector Gadget" (hidden track) Stannard, Gallagher, Norris, Steve Lewinson, Brown, Breen Stannard, Gallagher 2:50
Total length: 53:13




Region Certification Certified units/Sales
Argentina (CAPIF)[26] Gold 30,000^
Australia (ARIA)[27] 3× Platinum 210,000^
Belgium (BEA)[28] Platinum 50,000*
Brazil (Pro-Música Brasil)[29] Gold 100,000[29]
Canada (Music Canada)[30] Gold 50,000^
Finland (Musiikkituottajat)[31] N/A 13,150[32]
Hungary (MAHASZ)[33] Gold 10,000^
Mexico (AMPROFON)[34] Gold 75,000^
Netherlands (NVPI)[35] Gold 50,000^
New Zealand (RMNZ)[36] Platinum 15,000^
Sweden (GLF)[38] Gold 40,000^
United Kingdom (BPI)[39] 2× Platinum 642,243[40][41]
Europe (IFPI)[42] Platinum 1,000,000*

*sales figures based on certification alone
^shipments figures based on certification alone

Invincible Tour[edit]

The Invincible Tour was a 2000 Concert Tour by as promotion to the album of the same name.


Along with the band's native UK, the tour went to Europe, Australasia and—as a foursome—South America, after member Ritchie Neville contracted chickenpox and had to be flown back to England.

Concert Synopsis[edit]



This setlist was played at the Manchester Arena on March 26th, 2000.[44]

  1. Battlestar
  2. Shake
  3. Everybody Get Up
  4. When the Lights Go Out
  5. It's the Things You Do
  6. Got the Feelin'
  7. Until the Time Is Through
  8. Slam Dunk (Da Funk)
  9. If Ya Gettin' Down
  10. Serious
  11. Two Sides To Every Story
  12. Don't Wanna Let You Go
  13. Invincible
  14. Keep On Movin'
  15. We Will Rock You (Encore)

Tour Dates[edit]


Date City Country Venue
February 26 St. Petersburg Russia SKK Arena
February 27 Moscow Olympiysky Sports
March 10 Glasgow Scotland Scottish Exhibition and Conference Centre
March 11
March 12
March 14 Cardiff Wales Cardiff International Arena
March 15
March 17 Dublin Ireland Point Theatre
March 18
March 20 Manchester England Manchester EN Arena
March 21 Birmingham Birmingham NEC
March 22
March 24 Wembley Wembley Arena
March 25
March 26 Manchester Manchester EN Arena
March 28 Sheffield Sheffield Arena
March 29 Newcastle Newcastle Arena
March 31 Manchester Manchester EN Arena
April 1 Wembley Wembley Arena
April 2
April 4 Cologne Germany E Werk
April 6 Rotterdam Netherlands Rotterdam Ahoy
April 7 Rotterdam
April 8 Ghent Belgium Flanders Expo
April 9 Berlin Germany Columblahalle
April 11 Copenhagen Denmark K.B. Hallen
April 12 Stockholm Sweden Stockholm Globe
April 14 Hamburg Germany Docks
April 16 Munich Zenith
April 17 Milan Italy Mediolanum Forum
April 19 Barcelona Spain Palau dels Esports de Barcelona
April 20 Madrid Palacio de Deportes de la Comunidad de Madrid
April 24 Perth Australia Perth Entertainment Centre
April 26 Adelaide Adelaide Entertainment Centre
April 28 Sydney Sydney Superdome
April 29 Melbourne Melbourne Park
April 30
May 2 Brisbane Brisbane Entertainment Centre
May 3 Newcastle Newcastle Entertainment Centre
May 6 Auckland New Zealand North Shore Events Centre
May 7 Wellington Queens Wharf
South America
May 11 Santiago Chile Monumental Theatre
May 13 Buenos Aires Argentina Ferrocarril Oeste Stadium
May 15 Córdoba Córdoba La Usina
May 18 Sao Paulo Brazil Via Funchal


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