Four Unreleased Spice Girls Songs Leaked Online

By alin | 3 years ago
Four Unreleased Spice Girls Songs Leaked Online
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The Spice Girls are back! It’s time to look for the Spice Girls lollipops! Four unreleased songs of the group’s album “Forever” were leaked online via SoundCloud. Read on as we take you back to the ’90s and relive the Spice fever.

On Wednesday, Feb. 11, 2015, four unreleased Spice Girls songs were uploaded in SoundCloud. The songs were recorded after Ginger Spice’s exit from the group back in 1998, after “The Spiceworld Tour.” The four songs were obviously demos, which include “Pain Proof,” “If It’s Lovin’ on Your Mind,” “A Day in Your Life” and “Right Back at Ya” which the all-girl group recorded in 2000. The four songs were produced Matt Rowe and Richard Stannard, who were also responsible for the group’s successful albums. According to The Verge, “A Day in Your Life” sounded like an acoustic ballad piece, “Pain Proof” was like a light-sounding song with the girl power theme and “If It’s Lovin’ on Your Mind” sounded a bit K-Pop and Britney Spears tune piece. Meanwhile, “Right Back at Ya” was a different version of the song in “Forever.”

The Mirror has the audio compilation before the tracks were removed in SoundCloud. Listen to the songs here. “Forever” was the Spice Girls’ last album after they went their separate ways. In 2012, the group reunited in a performance at London Summer Olympics.

In 1994, Virgin Records introduced Melanie Chisholm (Sporty Spice), Emma Bunton (Baby Spice), Geri Halliwell (Ginger Spice), Melanie Brown (Scary Spice) and Victoria Beckham (Posh Spice) as the Spice Girls. The ’90s saw how the group set the trend and paved way for other all-girl groups to run the  music scene. Music.Mic called the group a “core part of the pop music history.” Hearing the four leaked tracks were like a throwback of the ’90s Girl Power fever. Cleo’s reaction to the news was a bit playful and even thanked the Internet for it. The Verge called the songs as sounding “comically outdated,” but Spice Girls fans would surely dig these hidden treasures.

And that’s our scoop on the leaked Spice Girls songs in SoundCloud. Follow Movie News Guide (MNG) for more entertainment news.

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