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Having achieved top rank on the charts in almost every other country in the Western world, Spice Girls brought their focus on America in early 1997. They came up with "Wannabe" in January and Spice in February. They became major stars in the U.S. as well. Later they appeared with their second LP along with their feature film having the same name. After Geri Halliwell left the band, Spice Girls released a number. After a few changes within the band, Spice Girls took a short break, while Melanie C. dominated the English charts with her productive solo effort Northern Star in 1999. The following year, the girls returned back to the studio with major producers Rodney Jerkins, Terry Lewis, and Jimmy Jam.

The Spice Girls also discovered themselves as the lead at a miniature British cultural revolution in the mid-1990s. The term "Cool Britannia" achieved prominence in the media and symbolized the new political and social atmosphere that was coming out with the betterments made by New Labor and Tony Blair. Their slogan "Girl Power" received many positive reactions. The phrase was a mark for the specific aspect of feminist empowerment embraced by the band. This concept was also put forward by others before. However, the Spice Girls' rendering was unique. Its motto of empowerment invoked young girls, adolescents and adult women, and it accentuated the importance of warm, true friendship among females. In all the emphasized presentation of "girl power" was the centerpiece of their appeal as a band.


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The Spice Girls successive history is credited to a number of factors. Most significantly, they brought the post-feminist attitude to a commercial pop package. They developed as the first major British pop music phenomenon during the mid-'90s. Their most distinguished characteristic was that though they used dance-pop as a musical ground, they blended the music with an aggressively independent feminist stance. Their unique, all-girl band and excellent dance-pop attracted younger listeners, while their colorful, sexy attributes and sensational humor appealed to older music fans, making Spice Girls an all-generation success. The group initially achieved popularity all over Europe, subsequently concentrating in America in early 1997.

The Spice Girls signed a contract with Virgin Records, but it was impossible to record without a manager. Thus in 1995, they signed with Annie Lennox's manager Simon Fuller, and started writing songs with Elliot Kennedy. "Wannabe", Spice Girls' debut single, was released in 1996, and it came up as the first single by an all-female band. This debut single ranked number one in the charts of England. It continued to be number one for seven weeks, and by the end of the year it attained the number one position in 21 other countries. After the success of "Wannabe," Spice Girls turned over as media celebrities. All of this contributed to the group's success, and their second single, "Say You'll Be There", topped charts at number one, making a record selling 200,000 copies a week. By the end of the year they released their debut album, Spice, followed by their first ballad, "2 Become 1".
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