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Shortly after the band were signed to Universal Records , they began harmonizing and writing songs together. Their debut single, "Do It Like This", was released in Ireland in March 1997, to moderate success. They then began writing their debut album with several well-known producers, including Teddy Riley , Rick Nowels , Billy Steinberg , Wanya Morris of Boyz II Men and Andy Whitmore . Apart from the two cover versions, the entire set of their debut album was co-written by Sheehan, Daly and O'Donoghue, and Eamonn Maguire served as executive producer. In 1999, the band began promoting the album, releasing the single "Body Bumpin'" in the United States , the second single "Now That I Found You" in the United States and Australia , and "Party All Night", which was released worldwide. Although the album was planned for release worldwide, both the British and Irish releases never saw the light of day due to an internal struggle within Universal Records in the US. When Cherry Entertainment was dropped as a label on Universal, Mytown were released from their contract and the band decided to pursue their own individual paths. Years later, Sheehan and O'Donoghue met drummer Glen Power, and The Script was born.

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