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Spice Girls - SpiceWorld (CD, Album)

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  1. Aug 08,  · Published on Aug 8, The Spice Girls released their second album, "Spiceworld", on November 3, The album has sold over 20 million copies worldwide, becoming one of .
  2. Spiceworld, an Album by Spice Girls. Released in on Virgin Canada (catalog no. 8 2 8; CD). Genres: Pop, Teen Pop.
  3. Spice Girls' idea of power seems to be flaunting that they are all that, but the lyrics make Alanis Morissette's sound like Patti Smith's.A few nuggets: "If you want to get with me, better make it fast" ("Wannabe"); "I know you want to get with me" ("Last Time Lover"); "Show me how good you are" (Who Do You Think Your Are?).
  4. May 15,  · Spiceworld, an Album by Spice Girls. Released 3 November on Virgin (catalog no. CDV/ 8 2 8; CD). Genres: Pop/5(55).
  5. Written by Spice Girls (as The Spice Girls), Eliot Kennedy and Jon B. (as Jonathan Buck) Performed by Spice Girls (as The Spice Girls) Produced by Absolute .
  6. " Too Much " is a song by English girl group the Spice Girls from their second studio album, Spiceworld (). The group members co-wrote the song with its producers, Paul Wilson and Andy Watkins—the songwriting and production duo known as Absolute —while the .
  7. Spice World is an album filled with music that is varied in nature! It is hard to listen to this album without any of the songs getting stuck in your head. The album's style travels all over the place. "Generation Next" is a call to be yourself and better your world.5/5(3).
  8. Shop 37 records for sale for album Spiceworld by Spice Girls on CDandLP in Vinyl and CD format.
  9. Editors’ Notes The Spice Girls’ second album zig-a-zig-ahhs with even more bite than their debut, boasting bigger hooks, richer harmonies, and more confidence. The Girls salute positivity on the slinky, samba-fueled "Spice Up Your Life," while the peppy "Stop" apes '60s girl groups and "Never Give Up on the Good Times" delves into the sparkling string vamps of '70s disco.

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