AOTY 2021
Spice Girls - Forever
Critic Score
Based on 3 reviews
User Score
Based on 31 ratings
November 6, 2000 / Release Date
LP / Format
Virgin / Label
Pop / Genres
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I don't think this album is as bad as people think it is but it really is the worst of this amazing group that was the Spice Girls.

I noticed a clear R&B reference(maybe because of Destiny's Child) I didn't like Victoria's vocals, and it seems that in all the songs there is no longer the Spice Girls shine, this has become something generic Geri's departure from the group is also a good explanation for the group's lack of genuineness on this album.

I would love a comeback from this ... read more
I went into it thinking it would be horrific, and while it wasn't quite THAT bad, it lacks a certain, how should I say it...spice. And no, not ginger.

Best tracks: Holler, Tell Me Why, Goodbye
Let's admit: their timing was terrible, they should've stick to their bubble gum party pop instead of going with heavy R&B influences (well, the space of R&B influenced girlgroups was well filled by Destiny's Child and TLC already). However, it showed that they can sound mature and give realistic romantic proposals, unlike the previous two albums. This is the Spice Girls album that the non-Spice Girls fan will like the most.
Victoria's vocals are God-awful on a lot of these songs.
When they lost one member, they lost their magic.
I really think this is a bad, generic album with not even 1 standout track.
Favorite songs: none.
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Added on: July 12, 2014