Greatest Hits

Compilation by released in 2007
Greatest Hits's tracklist:
Wannabe (Radio Edit)
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Say You'll Be There (Single Mix)
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2 Become 1 (Single Version)
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Mama (Radio Version)
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Who Do You Think You Are (Radio Edit)
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Move Over
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Spice Up Your Life (Stent Radio Mix)
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Too Much (Radio Edit)
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Stop
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Viva Forever (Radio Edit)
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Let Love Lead The Way (Radio Edit)
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Holler (Radio Edit)
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Headlines (Friendship Never Ends)
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Voodoo
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Goodbye (Radio Edit)
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Wannabe (Motiv 8 Vocal Slam Mix)
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Say You'll Be There (Junior's Main Pass)
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2 Become 1 (Dave Way Remix)
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Mama (Biffco Mix)
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Who Do You Think You Are (Morales Club Mix)
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Spice Up Your Life (Murk Cuba Libre Mix)
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Too Much (SoulShock & Karlin Remix)
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Stop (Morales Remix)
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Viva Forever (Tony Rich Remix)
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Holler (MAW Remix)
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Goodbye (Orchestral Mix)
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Wannabe
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Say You'll Be There
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2 Become 1
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Mama
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Who Do You Think You Are
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Move Over
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Spice Up Your Life
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Too Much
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Stop
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Viva Forever
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Let Love Lead The Way
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Holler
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Goodbye
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Greatest Hits review

Sensational reunion

In 1996, Spice Girls simply broke though into the pop music world with their debut single Wannabe. Five winding girls became the youth's idols and fashion innovators in an instant, whatever they were rumored about by their malignants. Soon it was clear that the given musical phenomenon could be either madly adored or fiercely hated - but no one could stay indifferent to Spice Girls. Though every band member dreams of personal career, and to both the sorrow and delight of the group's fans Geri Halliwell made her personal start in the spring of 1998. Spice Girls still were a united command, but the band was different without the Sexy Spice. The remaining four singers - Melanie C, Melanie B, Victoria and Emma – little by little made their own ways through to the musical Everest. Some of them were lucky, but none of them managed to generate anything worth comparing to the collective creativity of Spice Girls. They parted ways by 2000. Nevertheless, their fans knew - it was unlikely for Spice Girls to give up. Right it was - on June 28, 2007 the girls broke out sensational news - the gorgeous rioters Spice Girls were coming back! In order to refresh the listeners' memory they released the compilation of their greatest hits.

Greatest Hits: the title speaks for itself

The album features the most successful and dear to listeners' hearts hits of the artists. Firstly, there are two primer winding singles Wannabe and Say You'll Be There that conquered the dance floors of all European countries and Spice Girls' first romantic ballad 2 Becomes 1 - all three being from the debut work Spice. It also contributed such major hits as Mama and Who Do You Think You Are. It is problematic to imagine the collection of the band's singles without such a fiery track Spice Your Life Up, which anticipated the release of the second album Spiceworld. This issue, in its turn, presented Greatest Hits with Stop (the only that failed to reach number one in Britain) and Too Much. The extremely soft and tender song Viva Forever, associated by many listeners to the cute animated video, was also eligible from Spiceworld. Besides, Greatest Hits features the toughing Christmas ballad Goodbye, devoted to Geri's leave in 1998. And it goes without saying that this disc has a pleasant surprise for the listeners - two new songs. One of them is a classical pop ballad Headlines (Friendship Never Ends) under the significant spicy sauce, while the other is the sparkling-humored, refreshing dance melody Voodoo.

Waiting for the new album

Even in case Spice Girls has never reunited the contribution of this band to the musical culture could be called huge without any exaggeration. They made a real revolution in pop music world of 90s and proved that a girl band could get high in show business, outdoing all built on the Take That scheme boy bands that were flooding the scene at the time. Moreover, Spice Girls showed that every group member could have a bright identity and broke the stereotype of the all-alike collective, where all attention was focused on the lead-vocalist, shadowing other participants. Such a collection of contrasting with each other images has not appeared on the big scene since The Beatles. Besides, Spice Girls took the heredity of the legendary rockers' success with Americans, who are too capricious when it comes to the chose of foreign musical products. All in all, any at least slightly interested in music person on this planet is now looking forward to the new disc by the beloved Spice Girls. There is good news about it - Mel C said there was plenty of the brand new material. And the best way to make this expectation not that enduring is to feel sweet nostalgia listening to the Greatest Hits compilation.

Ninelle Kazakoff (27.11.2007)
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