Which is THE best Spice solo song?

Most of the early solo Spices' material was probably already written and demo-ed; just waiting to be dusted off, scribbled over a bit for a nice vanity co-writer credit, and released properly hence why the NOTABLE decline in quality during the noughties (applies to all of them, even unreleased material).

I mean, to go from co-writing and producing with Missy Elliott & Timbaland to releasing a folk album that sounds like it was recorded inside a cupboard and then mastered with a potato afterward really spoke to me as a young gayer.
 
I mean, to go from co-writing and producing with Missy Elliott & Timbaland to releasing a folk album that sounds like it was recorded inside a cupboard and then mastered with a potato afterward really spoke to me as a young gayer.

I mean, it literally was recorded in her kitchen.

I did it in my kitchen with my two friends from London – Kevin and Julie. I wanna test it first before I decide anything and see what the reaction is and see how I like performing it, because I've only been there in my kitchen with a microphone singing it.
— Brown about recording the album.[3]
 
She fucked up the 2nd album campaign with that turd 'On the Horizon' but Melt and Yeh Yeh YEH were fab!
 
She fucked up the 2nd album campaign with that turd 'On the Horizon' but Melt and Yeh Yeh YEH were fab!

Can't believe the man himself who came up with Murder On The Dancefloor and Shake Your Bootie Cutey came up with that
 
Free Me needs to be added on US Spotify.

I find its absence so strange since it had a US domestic release, I remember seeing it in some shops featuring a different (and much nicer) cover, didn't it have some Free Me remixes as bonus tracks too? I wonder what gives?
 
both 5 years old :D

Stupid Game from The Sea is such a massive banger



wig... glue it down.
 
No is shouldn't be like THAT, not fooling ME
Damn his LOVIN' damn his LIES, they're buggin' ME
No it shouldn't be like THAT, he's trying to BE
Trippin' out like all the GUYS, why can't you SEE?
I haven't even heard it and it sounds positively dreadful from those lyrics alone.
 
Summertime is wonderful!

Destiny is missing from that list.
 
01. Summertime
02. Destiny
03. G.A.Y
04. Perhaps Perhaps Perhaps
05. Breaking Glass
 
I remember really liking Geri's b-sides at the time, even the cover versions. It's been a while since I've listened to them - apart from 'G-A-Y' which features on a Pride playlist I put together. I need to dig them out and given them another go.
 

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