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Say you´ll be there (remix) - Various - E-Mixx Volume 5 (Vinyl)

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  1. About Say You'll Be There "Say You'll Be There" is a song by English girl group the Spice Girls from their debut studio album, Spice (). It was co-written by the Spice Girls with Jonathan Buck and Eliot Kennedy. Production duo Absolute incorporated a mix of pop and R&B into the song, which includes a harmonica solo, played by Judd Lander.
  2. "Viva Forever" is a song recorded by English girl group the Spice Girls for their second album, Spiceworld (). It was written by the group with Matt Rowe and Richard Stannard, whilst produced by the latter chromgotoromacanrecompmitniberti.coinfo song was released on 20 July in the United Kingdom and received critical acclaim.
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  5. Background and development. The songs featured on Hotel Sessions were recorded over a period of nine years, at hotel rooms which Newton-John stayed during her concert tours. All five songs were produced by Brett Goldsmith, her nephew. Goldsmith previously released a version of "Ordinary Life" on his YouTube account in Long before Hotel Sessions was released, he also leaked Newton .
  6. Say You'll Be There was filmed in the Mojave Desert and features the group as female techno-warriors, who use martial arts and high-tech ninja influenced weapons to capture a hapless male who happens to appear in his Chevrolet Corvair Rampside pick-up chromgotoromacanrecompmitniberti.coinfo clip is presented as a narrative, with movie credits at the start introducing the Spice Girls as fantastic characters.
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  8. And I say old records specifically, because the bands aren't playing anywhere. There's no publicists, no Bandcamp's, etc. Some people read magazines to get their scoops. Some just hang out in stores endlessly. And some, especially those who like single-song formats like 45's or 78's, listen to compilations. There are a shitbucket full of famous.
  9. This was a great album. I was even as a kid very impressed with all the different styles of sounds they featured on one album (even their second album). A full chior and string set on "Mama", the irrestistable funk of "Last Time Lover" and r&b "Say You'll Be There" and "Something Kinda Funny".

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