Spice Girls best songs
Spice Girls has been the most selling and successful female group of all time. The spicy girls, Emma, Geri, Mel B, Mel C and Victoria managed to sell with 2 albums 55 million records, with the third 4, with the greatest hits, 2. And with all the singles throughout their career over 20 million copies Now choose what is your best song.
Spice - Mama
His fourth single and his fourth number 1 in the United Kingdom. Great worldwide success and a hymn of son / daughter to mothers.
Greatest Hits - Headlines (Friendship never ends)
Headlines (Friendship never ends) and Voodoo (the latter not edited as such) were the singles that were released along with the compilation of great successes of the return of the spice girls in 2007. In Spain he obtained good acceptance and tb in other countries. But it was not his best single, although after so much time, they made a great challenge and achieved it. The song opened the 'Children in Need' campaign. This is the last single of the spicy ones, but God and we, the fans; We know more than anyone that they are the best and that despite the stupid criticisms. They have marked time and created trends. The girl power and the spice girls will never die.
Forever - Goodbye
"Goodbye" is the first single released by the British group Spice Girls after the departure of Geri Halliwell of the group. It was released in 1998 worldwide and would be included later in the 2000 Forever album. It was also number 1 in Britain. The EP edition for the United States included the theme Christmas Wrapping and the live versions of Sisters Are Doing It For The Same and We Are Family, of the concert at Wembley Stadium.
Forever - Holler
Holler is the first single from the Spice Girls "third studio album, Forever (2000). The single was released as a double-sided single (with" Let Love Lead the Way ") internationally, except in the United States and Canada.
Forever - Let Love Lead the way
It came out next to the previous single, holler. It had the same impact and success in Britain, as that of its previous single. Several scenes appear in the video clip; rain, water, fire, earth, field ... And the four (already without Geri Halliwell) made one of the most beautiful music videos of his career.
Spice World - Stop
Stop is a Spice Girls song, known as their seventh single in the United Kingdom (sixth in the United States) and the third release of their second album, Spiceworld. It was the one that did not receive the number 1, it stayed in second position. And also in the video clip of the song, it is in the last one that Geri Halliwell comes out. Until his future return in 2007.
Spice World - Too Much
Too Much is a pop song recorded by the Spice Girls. The song was written by Paul Wilson, Andy Watkins and the Spice Girls, and released as the second single from their second album Spiceworld (1997). It became the group of the sixth consecutive number of a single in the United Kingdom, where it was certified platinum. The song was released in 1998 the US, becoming the group of the fourth and last ten major affected. "Too Much" is also the original song for its debut movie Spiceworld.
Spice World - Viva Forever
Viva Forever (1998), is the latest single from the Spice Girls album SpiceWorld. The video for this single is made with cartoons, since Geri Halliwell was no longer in the group. Originally it was proposed to release as a double song single along with the song Never give up to the Good Times but given the departure of Geri Halliwell, who had the voice in this song, it was decided not to release it, since they could not release a video clip. They returned to the classic number 1 in Britain.
Spice - 2 become 1
"2 Become 1" is a pop song performed and written by the British group Spice Girls. The song was the third single from their debut album Spice. It was his first ballad released as a single, as opposed to the first two singles that had a more dance style. "2 Become 1" became the third consecutive number 1 of the group and its second song that managed to sell more than one million units in the United Kingdom. Released in December 1996, he remained for three consecutive weeks at the top of the charts, achieving the platinum record. In the United States it was not published until July 1997 and managed to reach number 4 on the Billboard and obtain a gold record certified by the RIAA. The single had great success worldwide and reached the top 10 in most countries.
Spice - Who do you think you are
Who Do You Think You Are is a song by the Spice Girls, released as the fifth and final solo of their debut album, Spice in March 1997 in the United Kingdom. Unlike the last three singles, this one was not only published in the US. Who Do You Think You Are became the official Comic Relief song of 1997. Due to the Spice Girls' popularity at the time, with its Spice debut album having good sales, was the only one planned to be a great success. Charities benefited greatly from the 2,200,000 copies sold worldwide.
Spice World - Spice up your life
Spice Up Your Life is a song with influences of pop and samba, composed by the famous female group Spice Girls for their second album Spiceworld, in October 1997. This was the first single of the Spice Girls in the United States not to enter the Top 10 of the Bilboard Hot although he enjoyed a slight success reaching position 18; in Europe it was a great success, especially in the United Kingdom, becoming the number one, being the sixth single of the group to reach this position. Spice Up Your Life was very well received by Latin American fans because this song combined part of salsa and Spanish-style songs; In Europe I also enjoy much success especially in countries like Spain. The song was also used in the Spice Girls movie Spiceworld, and also to promote their new album.
Spice - Say you'll be there
Say You'll Be There is the second single from the British group Spice Girls. It was the second track that was released from his debut album Spice and the second to reach number one in the UK. Due to its popularity the theme was launched in 1997 in Canada and the United States, managing to position itself in the top 3 positions in the 2 countries.
Spice - Wannabe
Wannabe is the first single from the British group Spice Girls with which the "Spice phenomenon" began. It has become one of the most popular themes in the history of music after selling 7 million copies. It is also the best-selling single by a female band and one of the most important single-debut. The theme is taken from the Spice album. It was number 1 worldwide.