The Spice Girls are celebrating 25 years since their debut album, Spice. This Wednesday, the first, the group announced on social networks a gift for fans in celebration of the date: a deluxe version of their debut album with new soundtracks.
“Surprise!! To celebrate the 25th anniversary of our debut album Spice, we’re releasing a limited edition vinyl and cassette set as well as two deluxe CDs featuring some brand-new music tracks and demos. Thank you to the best fans in the world for your continued support and staying with us after 25 years, we love you.” !!!” At the end of the video, the release date is announced: October 29.
In the comments, fans thanked, announced and ordered more releases. One fan wrote “Spice Girls Forever,” while another said, “Love you to the moon and back.”
“Love! Thanks girls! Please also release One Hour Of Girl Power Volume 1 and 2 on DVD, with clips from interviews and last year’s shows!” Another follower asked about the VHS production released in 1997.
Released on November 4, 1996, Spice’s album was a huge hit, spending 15 weeks at the top of the UK charts and over a year in the Top 40. It also topped the Billboard album chart in the US and was number one out of 13 other countries.
Former spice girl Mel B spoke about the project in an interview with God Morning Britain: “25 years, wow! I have so many great memories writing, recording, promoting, touring, and so many people to thank.”
Melanie also thanked the fans who followed the band. “This is the record that started our amazing journey. A big thank you to our fans and family around the world. Thank you for always being there with your unwavering support and making our dreams come true. My love and gratitude is forever.”
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