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1 CD – all of the hits. Fifty five million records sold, an astonishing 9 UK no. 1 singles, three back-to-back Christmas no. 1 singles and with "Wannabe" the biggest selling single ever by an all female group, the Spice Girls have very little to prove.
Five girls, unashamed to spout opinions and punch their stamp onto everything, took the whole world by storm when they unleashed "Wannabe" on an unsuspecting audience back in 1996. Ginger, Scary, Sporty, Baby and Posh created their own revolution before Geri fled, they went a bit R&B and everything went silent.
Now in 2007, they're all back together, claiming they're still bezzie mates and finally releasing a greatest hits CD. Featuring all of their singles, as well as advert soundtrack "Move Over" and two new tracks, this compilation actually makes you realise that while their success was down to the whole package, their songs were in fact really, really good.
A Spice ballad was mainly for Christmas, and only a cold heart could fail to love their first festive #1, the shimmering "2 Become 1". The heartbroken post-Geri "Goodbye" provided the girls with their last really good single and, despite it being released mid-summer, "Viva Forever's" layered vocals and fairy-filled video has stood the test of time.
It's not often that a band manages to do both ballads and dancefloor stompers well, but this is no ordinary band. "Spice Up Your Life" actually sounds better now than it did back in '97 and their piece de resistance "Who Do You Think You Are" still manages to fill dancefloors. And don't let's forget "Stop", the only Spice Girl single that failed to reach #1. Sounding like it could have come straight out of the 60s, this is one song we'd love to hear a Mark Ronson rendition of.
The obligatory two new songs hark back to the days of Spice and Spiceworld rather than their more urban third album, Forever. "Headlines" has a classic Spice ballad feel while "Voodoo" ramps up the fun and flavour of "Spice Up Your Life".
If you were one of the many haters of the Spice Girls back in the day, then this CD isn't going to change your mind about them. But if you grew up watching their every move, then this is a slice of nostalgia that miraculously still sounds fresh today. --Talia Kraines
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Bought for my Missus, once she stuck it on in the car i couldn't help but smile.
Not really a "pop" fan, but these girls dropped some great tunes.
Also took me back to the glorious 90's (even though the whole decade was a bit of a haze!).
What can i say about this boxset? Well you get 3 cds and a dvd as well as 5 postcards and a friendship bracelet. i picked up this item for under £10 and i don't regret it at all the first cd contains there 9 No.1's and the 2 other singles Stop And Headlines the pepsi ad Move Over and contains a new track Voodoo which i would say is very Spice era sounding overall a great disc artwork contains lyrics and a photo montage. The DVD contains all the videos excluding Headlines And Move Over.
The Second CD is a karaoke disc which contains all the tracks except the 2 new ones
And the 3rd disc contains remixes of the singles except Headlines and Move Over there packaged in the same case as a 2 disc the booklet contains easier to read lyrics and there one to a page
Over all this set is amazing if you liked or like me still like the Spice Girls i totally recommend this item
all the rest are good great to relive those memories of the late nineties essential purchase if your a spice girls fan.
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