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Spice Girls Leak: Unreleased Songs From 90s Girl Group Hit the Internet

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In this file photo, The Spice Girls pose outside the Martinez Hotel in Cannes, May 11, 1997, during the 50th Cannes Film Festival. (Neil Munns/PA Photos/Landov)  

By    |   Thursday, 12 Feb 2015 01:23 PM

New Spice Girls music flooded social media this week after four unreleased tracks from the 90s girl group's final album leaked on YouTube, Twitter, and several other websites.

According to The Daily Beast, the tracks "Pain Proof," "Right Back at Ya," "A Day in Your Life," and "If It's Lovin' on Your Mind" were supposed to have appeared on the Spice Girls' 2000 album "Forever," but were cut from the final production.

"Forever" was the group's only album without "Ginger Spice" Geri Halliwell, who left the group in 1998.

"Still, for those of us who were raised on Baby, Posh, Ginger, Sporty, and Scary Spice, the tracks are pretty damn thrilling, packing the kind of nostalgic punch that will send you running for your white platform shoes and 'Spice World' VHS," The Daily Beast reported.

The four leaked songs were produced by Richard Stannard and Matt Rowe, the team behind the band's most successful albums "Spice" and "Spiceworld," according to the Daily Mirror. The Spice Girls went with different producers for most of "Forever," though, and the album flopped.

"It'd be great if the parties involved could find a way of releasing these tracks," Spice Girls fan David Prince told The Mirror. "There are loads of people out there who want to own the songs and be able to listen to them whenever they want. What better time to release the songs than for the 20th anniversary of 'Wannabe' next year?"

Others shared their excitement about the released tracks on Twitter even though some expressed fear that they would soon be taken down.







Halliwell did rejoin her bandmates Victoria Beckham, Melanie Brown, Emma Bunton, and Melanie Chisholm for their Greatest Hits album in 2007, according to Entertainment Tonight.

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