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Nov 2008 Extra Ice Gum
Notes: Hollyoaks Sponsorship - Caravan
Artist: Four Fifty One
Song / Music: Cadaver Me, Cadaver You
Oct 2008 Extra Ice Gum   
Notes: Hollyoaks Sponsorship - Umbrella
Artist: The Resource
Song / Music: People
Jul 2008 Two Flavors - One Gum   
Notes: Street dancers meet a Spanish dancer
Artist: Hein Hoven
Song / Music: Krumping (Commissioned track)
Jun 2008 Extra Ice Gum   
Notes: Hollyoaks Sponsorship - Parka
Artist: Joey Ryan
Song / Music: Honest man   
Jun 2008 Orbit Complete   
Notes: Fight the Invisible
Artist: Larrikin Love
Song / Music: Six Queens   
May 2008 Extra Gum   
Notes: Hollyoaks Sponsorship
Artist: Joey Ryan
Song / Music: Let you go
May 2008 Extra Gum   
Notes: Getting Extra Close
Artist: Raffi
Song / Music: The More We Get Together (Cover version)
Oct 2007 Extra Fusion Gum    Artist: Klaxons
Song / Music: Gravity's Rainbow (Van She Remix)   
Aug 2004 Extra Gum
Notes: Extra Get Closer
Artist: Hanson
Song / Music: MMMBop   
Jun 2002 Wrigley Extra   
Notes: Airport Security Check advert
Artist: James Lance
Notes: Appearance
Jun 2001 Wrigley Orbit
Notes: Poor Trigger Happy TV spoof
Artist: Elizabeth Berrington
Notes: Appearance
Oct 2000 Wrigley Extra Artist: Jayne Middlemiss
Notes: Voice-over
Oct 2000 Wrigley Orbit Artist: Chris Eubank
Notes: Appearance
Oct 2000 Wrigley Extra   
Notes: You Can't Get Fresher Than Extra
Artist: New York Dolls
Song / Music: (Give Her A) Great Big Kiss   
Feb 2000 Wrigley Ice White Chewing Gum    Artist: Shanice
Song / Music: I Love Your Smile   
Apr 1999 Orbit Sugar Free Gum   
Notes: Portable Protection for Teeth
Artist: Duncan Wells
Notes: Voice-over
1996 Wrigley Spearmint Gum Artist: Greg Proops
Notes: Voice-over
1996 Spearmint Gum   
Notes: Last Stick
Artist: Free
Song / Music: All Right Now   

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