Spice Girls Revisited: How The Spice Girls Reinvented Pop

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Omnibus Press, 17 dic. 2009 - 376 páginas
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The Spice Girls phenomenon was a genuine pop music landmark. No group since The Beatles had commanded as much media attention. Ginger, Baby, Posh, Sporty and Scary became international stars and, whether they were adored or ridiculed, they became the ultimate expression of global media fame in the Nineties.
 

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Apparently, it's still not common knowledge that "zigazig ahhhh" was Spice Girls slang for sex c1996. I find this odd, as my ninth grade class had figured it out for ourselves, right before we all ... Leer reseña completa

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Information Page Foreword by Simon Fuller
Introduction
So You Want To Be A Popstar
The House Of
You Hum It Well Play
Girl Power
Children Of The Revolution
Automatic For The People
Back In 15 Mins
That Difficult SoloThird Album
Gone West
Fuller Himself
The Million Dollar Woman
Never Ends
Discography
Acknowledgements

Queens Of The Spice
Help
Ginger Snaps
Source Notes References Bibliography
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