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  1. Spice Up Your Life

    Spice Up Your Life (1997)

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    "Spice Up Your Life" is a song by the British pop group Spice Girls. It was written by the group members, with Matt Rowe and Richard Stannard, at the same time as the group was filming scenes for their movie Spice World. The song was produced by Rowe and Stannard for the group's second album Spiceworld, released in November 1997.


  2. Stop

    Stop (1997)

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    "Stop" is a song by the British pop group Spice Girls. It was written by the group members with Paul Wilson and Andy Watkins—the songwriters and production duo known as Absolute—at the same time as the group was filming scenes for their movie Spice World. "Stop" was produced by Wilson and Watkins for the group's second album Spiceworld, which was released in November 1997.


  3. Too Much

    Too Much (1997)

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    "Too Much" is a song by the British pop group Spice Girls. Written by the group members with Paul Wilson and Andy Watkins—the songwriters and production duo known as Absolute—at the same time as the group was filming scenes for their movie Spice World, it was produced by Wilson and Watkins for the group's second album Spiceworld, released in November 1997.


  4. 2 Become 1

    2 Become 1 (1996)

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    "2 Become 1" is a song by English girl group Spice Girls. Written by the group members, Matt Rowe and Richard Stannard during the group's first professional songwriting session, it was produced by Rowe and Stannard for the group's debut album Spice (1996). It was inspired by the special relationship that was developing between Geri Halliwell and Rowe during the writing session.


  5. Holler

    Holler (2000)

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    "Holler" is a song by British pop girl-group the Spice Girls, released as one of the two songs picked as the lead single from their third studio album, Forever (2000). The song was written by the Spice Girls, Rodney Jerkins, LaShawn Daniels, and Fred Jerkins III, with Jerkins also producing it. The single was released as a double A-side single along with "Let Love Lead the Way" internationally, on 23 October 2000, except within the United States and Canada.


  6. Wannabe

    Wannabe (1996)

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    "Wannabe" is the debut song by British pop group Spice Girls. Written by the group members with Matt Rowe and Richard Stannard during the group's first professional songwriting session, it was produced by Rowe and Stannard for the group's debut album Spice, released in November 1996. The song was written and recorded very quickly; the result was considered lacklustre by their label, and was sent to be mixed by Dave Way. The group was not pleased with the result, and the recording was mixed again, this time by Mark "Spike" Stent.


  7. Move Over

    Move Over (1997)

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    "Move Over" is a song by British girl group, the Spice Girls. First released as an album track from the group's sophomore studio album Spiceworld, it was eventually released as a promotional single in 1998, as part of their endorsement with Pepsi. The live version on the single is taken from their Istanbul concert recorded on 12 October 1997. Although not as publicized as their previous Pepsi single "Step to Me", it was marketed in the same manner. In the summer of 1998, Pepsi consumers in the United Kingdom had to send off 18 ring pull tabs in exchange for the single. Also part of this Pepsi campaign were live singles from other musical acts such as Hanson, Eternal, and Coolio, with some editions of the single having all four.


  8. Say You'll Be There

    Say You'll Be There (1996)

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    "Say You'll Be There" is a song by British pop group Spice Girls. It was written by the Spice Girls and Eliot Kennedy, for their debut album Spice, released in November 1996. Production duo Absolute incorporated a mix of pop and R&B into the song, which includes an harmonica solo, played by Judd Lander. The lyrics—which described the things the group have been through together and how they always have been there for each other—received mixed reviews from critics, who described them as "confusing" and felt that the R&B-infused production was a "bid for street cred".


  9. Who Do You Think You Are

    Who Do You Think You Are (1996)

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    "Who Do You Think You Are" is a song performed by British pop group Spice Girls. It was written by the group members with Paul Wilson and Andy Watkins,—also known as Absolute—for the group's debut album Spice, released in November 1996. The song is heavily influenced by early 1990s Europop, and has a disco–style beat that resembles the music of the late 1970s. Its lyrics are about the superstar life, and how someone can get trapped in the world of fame.


  10. Mama

    Mama (1996)

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    "Mama" is a song by British pop group Spice Girls. It was written by the Spice Girls, Matt Rowe and Richard Stannard, and produced by Rowe and Stannard for the group's debut album Spice, released in November 1996. "Mama" is a pop ballad, that features instrumentation from keyboards, a rhythm guitar, a cello, and a violin, and its lyrics deals with the difficulties in the relationships between mothers and teenagers that appears during the adolescence.


  11. Step to me

    Step to me (1997)

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    "Step to Me" is a song by the British pop group the Spice Girls. It was written by the group members with Eliot Kennedy. This song was included on the Japanese edition of the Spice Girls' sophomore album, Spiceworld.


  12. Headlines

    Headlines

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    "Headlines (Friendship Never Ends)" is a song performed by British group the Spice Girls. It was released as the only single from the group's compilation album, Greatest Hits on November 12, 2007. It was also announced it would be the last single from the group until the finishing of their world tour The Return of the Spice Girls (2007). The song is the first commercial single release to feature the group's original lineup since Geri Halliwell left in 1998. Halliwell described the single as a "big love song" and "a Spice Girl classic". Another group member, Melanie Chisholm in her 2008 appearance on Never Mind The Buzzcocks announced, that she thought "this song is not good at all" and that at least she was against the release of any new material when the record company was trying to market the Greatest Hits release.


  13. On The Horizon

    On The Horizon

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    "On the Horizon" is a song released by British singer-songwriter Melanie C. It was released as the second single from Reason. After the previous single "Here It Comes Again)" charted at #7, and with "Reason" falling down the chart quickly, fans and critics alike were predicting that this single would redeem Melanie's chart success. However, it only managed to reach #14 in the UK Singles Chart, selling 8,000 copies in its first week. It didn't help the sales of her album Reason, which barely managed to rise into the UK Albums Chart. The single went on to sell more than 22,000 copies. Melanie C performed the song on Reason UK & Ireland Tour.


  14. Yeh Yeh Yeh

    Yeh Yeh Yeh

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    "Yeh Yeh Yeh" is a song by Melanie C, and was the third and final single from Chisolm's second solo album, Reason (2003), as a double A-side with "Melt". The original plan was to release "Yeh Yeh Yeh" as the third single, but shortly before this could happen, Chisolm injured her knee in TV show The Games games. Because Chisolm couldn't promote an upbeat song with an injury, the UK release was cancelled, but nevertheless it was released in several European countries. "Melt", being an easier song to promote with an injury, was added to the mix, resulting in the double single.


  15. Melt

    Melt

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    "Melt" is a song by British singer-songwriter Melanie C. It was released as the third and final single from her second solo album, Reason (2003), as a double A-side with "Yeh Yeh Yeh". The original plan was to release "Yeh Yeh Yeh" as the third single, but Chisholm had injured her knee in TV show The Games and couldn't promote an upbeat song with an injury. "Melt", being an easier song to promote with an injury, was added to the mix, resulting in the double single.


  16. Loving You

    Loving You

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    "Loving You" is a single by English recording artists Matt Cardle and Melanie C. It was written by Cardle, Jez Ashurst, Will Talbot, Jamie Scott, and Melanie C, and it was produced by Cardle, Scott, and Toby Smith. It features Cardle on drums and acoustic guitar. The single was released on 18 August 2013 in the United Kingdom as a digital download as the lead single from his third studio album Porcelain (2013). It has also been released in many countries worldwide, making it the first of his singles to be released outside the United Kingdom and Ireland. Despite only BBC Radio 2 playlisiting the song, which meant a lack of airplay on radio overall, it performed well in the charts.


  17. Follow Me

    Follow Me

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    "Follow Me" is a song by English singer-songwriter, Melanie C. Written by Melanie C, Billy Steinberg and Bryan Adams, it was originally recorded by Melanie C and released as a B-side to her 1999 single "Northern Star", from her album of the same title. It also appeared as a bonus track on the Japan edition of the album.


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