Spice Girls Songs Ranked

The Spice Girls are an English pop girl group formed in 1994. The group comprises Melanie Brown, also known as Mel B (“Scary Spice”), Melanie Chisholm, Mel C (“Sporty Spice”), Emma Bunton (“Baby Spice”), Geri Halliwell (“Ginger Spice”), and Victoria Beckham (“Posh Spice”). In 1996, Top of the Pops magazine gave each member of the group aliases, which were adopted by the group and media. With their “girl power” mantra, the Spice Girls were pop culture icons of the 1990s. Time called them “arguably the most recognizable face” of Cool Britannia, the mid-1990s celebration of youth culture in the UK. They are cited as part of the Second British Invasion of the US. The Spice Girls have sold 85 million records worldwide, making them the best-selling girl group of all time, one of the best-selling artists, and the biggest British pop success since the Beatles. The group has received a number of awards including five Brit Awards, three American Music Awards, three MTV Europe Music Awards, one MTV Video Music Award, and three World Music Awards. Here are all of the Spice Girls songs ranked.

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15. Saturday Night Divas (Spice World, 1997)

“Hilarious album, which everyone laughed at when it was released. I’ve always thought Spice Girls were among the last strong pure happy pop bands, who had a very positive load to the music. And this album doesn’t go far from that, a very joyous and easy going, but well written pop machine coming straight atcha. “

14. If U Can’t Dance (Spice, 1996)

“It’s no secret that the Spice Girls dominated the 90’s pop scene and for good reason! This is pop at its finest and indeed purist. So ahead of their time in so many ways and each song is a consistent builder.”

13. Let Love Lead the Way (Forever, 2000)

“Being the biggest girl band in the world, they surely are underrated. Being judged across as talentless and too commercialized, these girls are actually more talented than most artists and they definitely most willing to hone their craft.”

12. Never Give Up on the Good Times (Spice World, 1997)

“A five star song because it is a song we all need to hear especially when times are tough. Things will get better. It’s a song with a message and really good beats. I loved listening to it as a child, but respect it even more now as an adult.”

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11. Holler (Forever, 2000)

“Sounds like if a precious girl came outta’ nowhere when you’re down in the beach at night looking the big stars on the sky but then the girl gets close to you and he starts to soft whispers in your ears.”

10. Mama (Spice 1996)

“This is a very beautiful song and they have beautiful voices. The song was dedicated to all the mothers in the world. All their sacrifices and unconditional love they have given to us as their children.”

9. Goodbye (Forever, 2000)

“Goodbye” is easily the best song the Spice Girls ever recorded – it actually shows the depth of emotion and maturation without pretty much any of the usual cheese. The “Christmas Wrapping” track is nothing too special, but the two live performances are fun enough.”

8. Too Much (Spice World, 1997)

“I loved this song from the very first time I heard it, the opening to the Spiceworld movie. A great poppy tune, I love this song. It is so melodic”

7. Who Do You Think You Are (Spice, 1996)

“You say “gay disco” as if it’s a bad thing. As big as a pop phenomenon as they were, the Spices’ music never really made it onto my 90s soundtrack – with this exception of this, their finest, sassiest three minutes.”

6. 2 Become 1 (Spice, 1996)

“With this one song I always I feel like I’ve been submerged in this fantasy dreamland that is set in some cloudy planet. The atmosphere in this song could be cut with a knife, it is so joyous, mysterious and emotionally powerful. Each hook is delivered which such subtlety, sensuality and playfulness, I can’t resist it. Spice Girls tapped into something that few pop artists do; making the listener feel like they are about to ascend to a different place all together. One of the few songs I can listen to over and over and never get tired of it. Modern artists would only wish to achieve this level of pop perfection, Spice Girls deserve more respect stop sleeping on them y’all.”

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5. Say You’ll Be There (Spice, 1996)

“This is okay; certainly not a major misstep for the ‘Girls’. A bit more pedestrian and lacking the initial novelty of “Wannabe”, but this sounded fresh and has a fair tune. The video’s one for their male followers; ‘girl power’ dissolving into dominatrix posturing, with a slightly more sappy song, as well. Still strident, but only an average single really.”

4. Stop (Spice World, 1997)

“This was my favorite single from the Spice Girls. Stop was just a great song to sing along and dance too. Everyone knows the dance moves to this song. It’s a shame that it never made it to #1. It was the only single they released that never made it to #1. It peaked at the #2 chart position

3. Spice Up Your Life (Spice World, 1997)

“This song always cheers me up, I probably heard it over 1,000 or more times now since 1998 when I first was watching MTV The Box. It was amazing seeing these awesome hot dominant chicks with girl power flying around after being in their spice girls space ship in their music video. It blew my mind, I always listened to my parents classic rock then these girls opened my music doors to all different types of music from 90’s to now to oldies. Thank you girls please release all of your unreleased songs for us.”

2. Viva Forever (Spice World, 1997)

“Simply beautiful and so poignant…it was the last song the band sung with Geri as part of the group. The goodbye song from Spice Girls is one of the biggest hit of 1998 and of the band of course”

1. Wannabe (Spice, 1996)

“There’s something so quirky and punchy about this track. I love the rap and the shouts. And that beat that comes in at the beginning and the end is killer. This is a classic pop song. I know the Spice Girls were heavily “manufactured”, but this song is a shining example of pop done right. The video is also one of my favorites of all time. It’s just so fun!”