Spice Girls

In the Nineties, Spicemania circled the globe thanks to Sporty (Mel Chisolm), Baby (Emma Bunton), Posh (Victoria Adams/Beckham), Ginger (Geri Halliwell) and Scary (Mel Brown). The Spice Girls' first single was 1996's iconic Wannabe, which established the group as a global phenomenon.
  • 9
    UK Number 1s
  • 10
    UK Top 10s
  • 11
    UK Top 40s
  • 11
    UK Top 75s
  • 22
    Weeks at Number 1
  • 50
    Weeks in Top 10
  • 113
    Weeks in Top 40
  • 184
    Weeks in Top 75
  • 2
    UK Number 1s
  • 4
    UK Top 10s
  • 4
    UK Top 40s
  • 4
    UK Top 75s
  • 18
    Weeks at Number 1
  • 57
    Weeks in Top 10
  • 127
    Weeks in Top 40
  • 149
    Weeks in Top 75

Latest news about Spice Girls

Date Title, Artist Peak
Pos
WoC Wks
No 1
Chart
Facts
20.07.
1996
WANNABE
SPICE GIRLS
VIRGIN VSCDT1588
01 26 07
26.10.
1996
SAY YOU'LL BE THERE
SPICE GIRLS
VIRGIN VSCDT1601
01 21 02
28.12.
1996
2 BECOME 1
SPICE GIRLS
VIRGIN VSCDT1607
01 23 03
15.03.
1997
MAMA/WHO DO YOU THINK YOU ARE
VIRGIN VSCDT1623
01 20 03
25.10.
1997
SPICE UP YOUR LIFE
SPICE GIRLS
VIRGIN VSCDT1660
01 19 01
27.12.
1997
TOO MUCH
SPICE GIRLS
VIRGIN VSCDR1669
01 18 02
21.03.
1998
STOP
SPICE GIRLS
VIRGIN VSCDT1679
02 20 00
01.08.
1998
VIVA FOREVER
SPICE GIRLS
VIRGIN VSCDT1692
01 16 02
26.12.
1998
GOODBYE
SPICE GIRLS
VIRGIN VSCDT1721
01 21 01
04.11.
2000
HOLLER/LET LOVE LEAD THE WAY
VIRGIN VSCDT1788
01 21 01
17.11.
2007
HEADLINES (FRIENDSHIP NEVER ENDS)
VIRGIN HEADCD100
11 06 00
Date Title, Artist Peak
Pos
WoC Wks
No 1
Chart
Facts
16.11.
1996
SPICE
SPICE GIRLS
VIRGIN CDV2812
01 91 15
15.11.
1997
SPICEWORLD
SPICE GIRLS
VIRGIN CDV2850
01 66 03
18.11.
2000
FOREVER
SPICE GIRLS
VIRGIN CDVX2928
02 10 00
24.11.
2007
GREATEST HITS
SPICE GIRLS
VIRGIN SPICECD1
02 17 00