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Spice Girls to release 256th anniversary special edition of Spiceworld album with unreleased tracks


Spice Girls to release special edition of Spiceworld album featuring previously unreleased tracks and unheard demo song to mark 25th years since their second album

The Spice Girls are set to release a special edition of their multi-million selling second album SpiceWorld to mark 25 years since it hit the charts.

The album was initially released back in November 1997 and featured some of the girl group’s biggest tracks including Too Much, Spice Up Your Life and Stop.

And fans are in for an extra treat as to celebrate the anniversary, they’ll be able to get their hands on the expanded edition which features previously unreleased live tracks and an unheard original demo recording of the Song Step To Me.

Girl Power: The Spice Girls are set to release a special edition of their multi-million selling second album SpiceWorld to mark 25 years since it hit the charts

Girl Power: The Spice Girls are set to release a special edition of their multi-million selling second album SpiceWorld to mark 25 years since it hit the charts

The girls curated the album themselves and the record included a plethora of favourite tracks and B-Sides, in addition to unreleased recordings from Virgin Records archive. 

Speaking of their milestone anniversary, the Spice Girls said: ‘The ‘Spiceworld ’era was such a fun time for us; we’d just had a number one album with Spice, we were travelling all over the world and meeting our amazing fans, we released our second album AND we had our very own movie! 

‘Who would’ve thought it? It’s crazy to think that 25 years have passed.’

Nostalgia: The album was initially released back in November 1997 and featured some of the girl group's biggest tracks including Too Much, Spice Up Your Life and Stop (pictured in 1997)

Nostalgia: The album was initially released back in November 1997 and featured some of the girl group’s biggest tracks including Too Much, Spice Up Your Life and Stop (pictured in 1997)

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