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Spice Girls Audio CD
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  • Audio CD (3 Nov 2000)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Virgin
  • ASIN: B0000509GW
  • Other Editions: Audio CD  |  Audio Cassette  |  Mini-Disc  |  MP3 Download
  • Average Customer Review: 4.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (99 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 196,387 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

1. Holler (Album Version)
2. Tell Me Why
3. Let Love Lead The Way (Album Version)
4. Right Back At Ya
5. Get Down With Me
6. Wasting My Time
7. Weekend Love
8. Time Goes By
9. If You Wanna Have Some Fun
10. Oxygen
11. Goodbye

Product Description

The year 2000 saw the return of the Spice Girls as an entity after a wealth of solo projects, weddings, babies and tabloid headlines. It was inevitable that a couple of years down the line from their previous outing, Spiceworld, things were going to have changed--the girls had grown up from the day-glo, big-shoed, larger-than-life cartoon characters that they'd started out as. Forever, therefore, is the sound of the new Spice Girls, slick R&B ("Holler", "Right Back At Ya") created by star producer Rodney Jerkins (TLC, Destiny's Child, Janet Jackson), alongside instantly recognisable Spice ballads ("Goodbye", "Let Love Lead The Way"). Slick as it may be, the overwhelming impression is that Spice Girls have lost their magic sparkle--there are no ebullient calls-to-arms like "Spice Up You Life" or "Wannabe", instead it's vocoders and shuffling beats all the way. Melanie C seems to be the most out of her depth in this new environment, with her strident tones (though well-suited to the full-on pop she successfully purveys as a solo artist) sounding completely out of place amongst the soft harmonies. All the things that made the Spice Girls great are gone--the in-your-face attitude, the brash anthems, the ridiculous outfits and the total all-round pop sensibility. Everyone has to grow up eventually, but it's always sad when they forget how to have fun. --Helen Marquis

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The Pop Success Story of the 90s Return after Taking a Few Years off for Babies and Recovery from the Loss of One Member. Their Sound is More Contemporary R&B as Well as their New Look. Includes the Single goodbye that was their First Recording after the Departure of Gerri Halliwell.

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8 of 8 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars A TRULY EXCELLENT ALBUM! 12 Feb 2001
By A Customer
Format:Audio CD
Firstly, I was never a Spice fan and I was absolutely shocked when I heard this album! The type of music I listen to is R&B and when I heard Holler/Let Love Lead the Way I just had to buy this album, and I was not dissapointed. This album is top class pop/R&B and it suits the girls very well, although younger fans of the Spice Girls may miss the poppier songs that were on their other albums.Every song is brilliant, although Get Down With Me is slightly weak in places, especially the chorus.My favs are Wasting My Time, Weekend Love, Time Goes By, Tell Me Why, Goodbye and the FANTASTIC Oxygen!The song just takes you to another place and is VERY relaxing! All the girls vocals are excellent with Posh taking more of a bigger role. If Geri was still part of the group when Forever was released, I just don't know how her voice would have fitted in. This album suits ONLY the Spice Girls, infact I can't even see the terrific Destiny's Child sing the songs on Forever better than the Spicies.
Do yourself a favour and buy this album. It is slightly dissapointing that The Spice Girls won't release anymore singles from the album due to poor sales, but everyone MUST Hear the songs that this album offers, YOU NEED THIS ALBUM!!!
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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful
Format:Audio CD
All of you who say "this album sucks" or "the Spice Girls suck" haven't given them a fair chance. I've been a HUGE fan of the girls since day one, and I can tell they've improved tremendously through the years, and it shows in this album. Even though their music was awesome to start out with, everyone complained "they were too bubble gum pop" and "all their songs sound the same" and "they're all so annoying." So the girls used this feedback and reached the realization that a group should grow as it gets deeper into it's musical career, so they did. They did what was necessary but at the same time what was natural, so that they could please the changing tastes of music fans at the same time as being who they are and always have been. They're not trying to put on any airs with this CD, they're just being themselves and having a laugh like on the other two so that, even though it is more grown up, deep down it is the same girls we've grown to know and love!!! The album as a whole is very RnB inspired, and it is done wonderfully in that it shows off they're voices, which are very good! There are some great dance songs, some pretty slow songs, and some good ol' fashioned Spice Girl fun! As usual, Scary (Mel B's) unique and brilliant raps are scattered throughout the album in traditiona Spice style. This album definitely flaunts all of the girls talents, and even Victoria gets more singing parts!!! If anything this is their best album yet and, with a bit more promotion, it could have done awesome on the world music market! More power to them, and above all GIRL POWER and STAY SPICE-Y!!!
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Spice Girls Are Gone. Welcome the Spice Women! 1 July 2001
This album proves the girls are more mature. Great RnB tracks such as 'Holler', 'Tell Me Why' and 'Right Back At Ya' were created by the girls and famous RnB producers. This album's down is the song 'If You Wanna Have Some Fun', which is very immature, and not vocaly-sophisticated. However, there is a great track 'Get Down With Me' and also another dance track, that doesn't feature MelB, 'Wasting My Time'. Great ballads are on this album ('Oxygen', 'Time Goes By', 'Goodbye' and 'Let Love Lead The Way'), but the high light is defently 'Weekend Love' - this songs starts off as a sweat ballad, then becomes popish, and then rap. It's a wonderful song, vocally. Mel B has 2 raps on this album that light up the songs ('Right Back At Ya', 'Weekend Love'). Buy it!
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars UNFORTUNATELY UNDERSTATED 28 May 2001
Format:Audio CD
Forever is the third Spice Girls album which was highy understated.
It is an album packed with RnB (Holler) - Pop (Goodbye) - Disco (If You Wanna Have Some Fun) and fantastic emotional ballards (Oxygen).
The album has been slated throughout the world but it really shows that all the band members can sing and in this album their voices count for more than the music.
The album is full or potential singles and should be reconsidered by the world.
Spice is alive!
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Sounding BETTER than ever...just BRILLIANT 19 Nov 2000
By A Customer
Format:Audio CD
The Spice Girls have matured, and this is refelcted in their music, and also in their voices. The Spice Girls are back with a vengence. They have a funky new sound, a wonderful blend of pop & R&B. Gone is the cheesy bubblegum pop that was so prevelent in their first two albums and thank god for that.
While I loved Spice and SpiceWorld, I believe that 'Forever' is their best yet. I have always loved 'Goodbye', the bonus now is that it is on an album containing more great songs by the Spice Girls. I love 'Holler' (and the video is brilliant), 'Get Down With Me and 'If You Wanna Have Some Fun'. They are typical Spice songs showing the usual Girl Power attitude - the great in-your-face, don't-give-a-damn sassiness that got them noticed in the first place. I also love the 'Oxygen', 'Let Love Lead The Way' (along with another beautiful video), 'Time Goes By' & 'Goodbye' - classic Spice ballads showing the beautiful harmonising that they do better than anyone else.
The Spice Girls get my vote over Westlife all the time. Well done Spice Girls, and although you didn't get to #1, you certainly deserved to.
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Most Recent Customer Reviews
5.0 out of 5 stars Solid Pop!!
This album is a world away from Spice and Spiceworld while the lyrics are not as clever or fun due to Geri leaving songs like Tell Me Why,Weekend Love and Holler are great polished... Read more
Published 22 days ago by OwenDavies2
3.0 out of 5 stars Forever?
Okay so here we are at the end of the Spice album trilogy. Whilst there are some excellently produced RnB-pop fusion tracks reflective of the late 90s, it is all a bit vapid and... Read more
Published 4 months ago by Adam Hall
4.0 out of 5 stars they will survive
product is of my time and mine got broken . it was a good replacement. came in good order and now makes my set up. Read more
Published 7 months ago by rob 1
2.0 out of 5 stars Geri's lack of imput is felt
The Spice Girls third album was a break away from their pop roots.

While the tracks are decent they all lack the extra spice of Ginger and lack of Geri can be felt.
Published on 24 Nov 2007 by DurhamThomas
5.0 out of 5 stars the girls grow up!
after the first two album which were full of sheer pop the girls minus geri released a much more r'n'b grown up album! Read more
Published on 5 Aug 2007 by Mr. Nathan Armstrong
4.0 out of 5 stars They definitely will be remembered forever...:-)
I really wanted to get this album-after six years, because i needed a bit of comfort music-and this album definitely fulfilled the criteria! Read more
Published on 10 April 2006 by Alex C
4.0 out of 5 stars Always a Fan
I continue to keep this album in rotation with all my current cds. It has a great sound and shows the ladies growth and that they have music coursing enough in their veins to put... Read more
Published on 28 May 2005 by Emalie Walker
4.0 out of 5 stars Comin right back at ya!
A review on the 'Spicy's' third and sadly final album 'Forever'.
I can' help but think that had the girls not have taken such a long break before releasing this, it would have... Read more
Published on 5 April 2004 by Mr. P. Cushion
4.0 out of 5 stars SPICE GIRLS FOREVER
this is a good album got r&b music on it and it would be good to buy it if you like this sort of thing but i dont happen to think this one is NOT as good as the other two albums of... Read more
Published on 12 Sep 2003 by charlie
5.0 out of 5 stars If You Listened, You'd Love It
Its been three years since I bought this album. Even now when I make my friends listen to it they ask me who it is. When I say the Spice Girls they are suprised. Read more
Published on 2 Nov 2002 by "jayprice2371"
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