Spice Girls - Move Over / Generationext (Live) mp3 album
Move Over" is a song by British girl group, the Spice Girls. First featured in television commercials for their endorsement with Pepsi, then released as an album track from the group's second studio album Spiceworld, it was eventually released as a promotional single in November 1997.
English girl group Spice Girls has released three studio albums, one compilation album, 11 singles and 18 music videos. Formed in 1994, the group was made up of singers Geri Halliwell ("Ginger Spice"), Emma Bunton ("Baby Spice"), Melanie Brown ("Scary Spice"), Melanie Chisholm ("Sporty Spice") and Victoria Beckham ("Posh Spice"). Spice Girls discography. The Spice Girls performing on their reunion world tour in 2008. The Spice Girls performed live at the Pavarotti & Friends for the Children of Liberia benefit concert in June 1998. Their performance was included in the resulting compilation album and DV. "Spice Girls – Move Over, Generationext". Retrieved 24 April 2010.
Move Over" is a song by British girl group, the Spice Girls. First released as an album track from the group's second studio album Spiceworld, it was eventually released as a promotional single in 1997, as part of their endorsement with Pepsi. In 2007, the song was included on the group's Greatest Hits album. "Spice Girls - Move Over, Generationext (Live) (CD)". Retrieved 24 April 2014. Definition of move over in English Dictionary. VerbSGmoves overPRmoving overPT, PPmoved over
Virgin, Virgin, Virgin. Move Over, Generationext (Live) (Single).
Spice Girls - Move over. Album: Greatest Hits, 2007. The Spice Girls released their second album, "Spiceworld", on November 3, 1997. The album has sold over 20 million copies worldwide, becoming one of the best-selling albums of all-time.
The Spice Girls performing 'Move Over' during their first ever live concert in Istanbul, Turkey. Добавить комментарий. Spice Girls 2 Become 1 Girl Power!
The Spice Girls, as well as their managers and songwriters, are nothing if not clever, and Spiceworld, the group's second album, illustrates exactly how sharp they are. Conventional wisdom dictates that Spiceworld should be a weak facsimile of Spice, which itself featured a handful of great singles surrounded by filler.
Putting aside the Girl Power phenomenon-really, what were the chances five scantily-clad birds flashing their knickers with kung-fu kicks wouldn't make it in the music industry?-the Spice Girls really do mean something: great singles. They're all here on Spice, along with the live favourite "If You Can't Dance"-one that Geri always looked particularly picked-upon whilst singing-and that irresistible champagne effervescence of pop history in the making. I have loved the Spice Girls since their worldwide recognition in the mid 1990's and I still enjoy listening to their music today.
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- Phonographic Copyright (p) – Virgin Records Ltd.
- Copyright (c) – EMI Records
- Copyright (c) – Virgin Records Ltd.
- Published By – Copyright Control
- Published By – Windswept Pacific Music Ltd.
- Glass Mastered At – EMI Swindon
- Written-By – Lane*, Wood*, Spice Girls
Disc: "Made in UK"
Pepsi Music Live was a special promotion by Pepsi in 1997.
The 4 live tracks were then also made available as a separate compilation issue Eternal / Hanson / Coolio / Spice Girls.
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Rights Society: bel/BIEM
- Matrix / Runout: CDLIC116 . 1: 1 : 2 EMI SWINDON
- Mastering SID Code: IFPI L041
- Mould SID Code: IFPI 1453
|CDLICS 116||Spice Girls||Move Over / Generationext (Live) (CD, Single)||Pepsi||CDLICS 116||UK & Europe||1997|
|CDLICX 116||Spice Girls||Move Over / Generationext (Live) (CD, Single)||Pepsi||CDLICX 116||Europe||1997|
|CDLIC 116||Spice Girls||Move Over / Generationext (Live) (CD, Single)||Pepsi||CDLIC 116||UK||1997|