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هذا تسجيل شامل لجميع الإصدارات الرسمية لفرقة البوب البريطانية السبايس جيرلز , أصدرت الفرقة ثلاث ألبومات إستوديو , وألبوم واحد لأفضل الأعمال , و 13 أغنية و فيديو كليب , وتم إنتاجها من قبل شركة فيرجن

الألبومات[عدل]

ألبومات إستوديو[عدل]

السنة المعلومات مراكز القائمة الشهادات
(مراحل المبيعات)
مبيعات
UK U.S. CAN NZ FRA AUT SPA SWE NET IRE AUS JAP GER ITA SWI RUS
1996 التوابل
  • أول ألبوم إستوديو
  • الإصدار: نوفمبر 1996
  • التنسيقات: CD, Cassette, LP, Mini Disc
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
3
7
6
2
5
8

UK: 10× Platinum[1]
US: 7× Platinum[2]
CAN: 10× Platinum[3]
AUS: 6× Platinum[4]
EU: 8× Platinum[5]

World: 23,000,000[6]
UK: 3,020,000[7]
US: 7,400,000[8]
EU: 9,400,000[9]

1997 عالم التوابل
  • ثاني ألبوم إستوديو
  • الإصدار: نوفمبر 1997
  • التنسيقات: CD, Cassette, LP, Mini Disc
1
3
1
1
2
1
2
3
1
1
2
6
4
2
2
3

UK: 5× Platinum[10]
US: 4× Platinum[2]
CAN: 10× Platinum[3]
AUS: 6× Platinum[4]
EU: 5× Platinum[11]

World: 20,000,000[12]
UK: 1,500,000[13]
US: 4,100,000[8]
EU: 5,500,000[9]

2000 إلى الأبد
  • ثالث ألبوم إستوديو
  • الإصدار: نوفمبر 2000
  • التنسيقات: CD, Cassette, Mini Disc
2
39
6
25
43
10
26
24
14
15
9
12
6
11
11
5

UK: Platinum[14]
CAN: 2× Platinum[3]
AUS: Platinum[4]
GER: Gold[15]
SWI: Platinum[16]

World: 3,000,000[17]
UK: 300,000[13]
US: 207,000[8]
EU: 600,000[18]

تصنيف الألبومات[عدل]

Year Information Chart positions Certifications
(sales thresholds)
Sales
UK U.S. CAN NZ FRA AUT SPA SWE NET IRE AUS JAP GER ITA SWI RUS
2007 Greatest Hits
2
93
11
15
31
74
23
50
73
9
1
18
50
20
52
20

UK: Platinum[19]
US: Gold[20]
CAN: Gold[21]
AUS: Platinum[4]
IRL: Platinum[22]

World: 1,700,000[23]
UK: 360,000[24]
US: 600,000[20]

شهادات المبيعات[عدل]

البلد الشهادة ملاحظة
Spice Spiceworld Forever Greatest Hits
Australia
6× Platinum
6× Platinum
Platinum
Platinum[25]
Platinum = 70,000 / Gold = 35,000[4]
البرازيل
2× Platinum
Platinum
Gold
Gold[26]
Platinum = 250,000 / Gold = 100,000[27]
بلجيكا
3× Platinum
2× Platinum
Gold
Platinum = 50,000 / Gold = 25,000[28]
كندا
Diamond
Diamond
2× Platinum
Platinum
Diamond = 1 million / Platinum = 100,000[29]
أوروبا
8× Platinum
5× Platinum
Platinum = 1 million[30]
فرنسا
3× Platinum
2× Platinum
Platinum = 300,000 / Gold = 100,000[31]
ألمانيا
3× Platinum
Platinum
Gold
Platinum = 200,000 / Gold = 100,000[32]
هولندا
3× Platinum
Platinum
Gold
Platinum = 70,000 / Gold = 35,000[33]
نيوزيلاندة
4× Platinum
3× Platinum
Gold
Gold
Platinum = 15,000 / Gold = 7,500[34]
بولندا
4× Platinum
3× Platinum
Platinum = 50,000 / Gold = 25,000
أسبانيا
10× Platinum
2× Platinum
Gold
Platinum = 100,000 / Gold = 50,000
بريطانيا
10× Platinum
5× Platinum
Platinum
Platinum [35]
Platinum = 300,000 / Gold = 100,000[36]
أمريكا
7× Platinum
4× Platinum
Gold
Platinum = 1 million / Gold = 500,000[2]

الأغاني الفردية[عدل]

الإصدارات[عدل]

السنة العنوان Peak positions UK الألبوم
UK IRE U.S. EUR CAN GER FRA NL SPA SWI SWE FIN AUS NZ RUS ITA AUT

[37]

المبيعات الشهادة
1996 "Wannabe"[A] 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 3 2 1,276,000 [38] Platinum Spice
"Say You'll Be There" 1 2 3 1 1 16 2 6 2 4 4 1 12 2 3 25 7 1,000,000 Platinum
"2 Become 1" 1 1 4 3 2 13 4 3 1 10 7 9 2 3 2 6 9 1,083,000 [38] Platinum
1997 "Who Do You Think You Are?" [B] 1 1 ~ 3 ~ 22 16 2 ~ 6 5 13 6 3 26 660,000 Platinum
"Mama"[B] 3 4 15 10 1
"Spice Up Your Life" 1 2 18 3 2 14 3 2 1 5 2 2 8 2 3 2 12 800,000 Platinum Spiceworld
"Too Much" 1 4 9 3 9 21 20 15 9 18 18 3 9 9 5 10 15 657,000 Platinum
1998 "Stop" 2 3 16 6 3 35 12 6 20 8 6 5 9 1 15 12 331,000 Silver
"Viva Forever" 1 2 ~ 2 ~ 4 18 7 ~ 3 6 ~ 2 1 1 2 4 623,000 Platinum
"Goodbye" 1 1 11 2 1 17 21 4 8 8 2 2 3 1 1 1 13 833,000 Platinum Forever
2000 "Holler"[C] 1 3 107 2 2 17 44 15 5 15 8 6 2 2 8 3 24 230,000 Silver
"Let Love Lead the Way"[C] ~ 2 5 31
2007 "Headlines (Friendship Never Ends)" 11 29 90 14 42 46 2 52 3 74 8 2 50,000 Greatest Hits
Number 1 hits 9 4 1 2 3 1 1 1 3 1 1 2 1 3 4 1 1
Top 10 Hits 10 10 4 10 9 3 4 8 8 7 10 8 8 10 11 9 10 8 9
Top 20 Hits 11 10 7 11 9 8 7 10 8 10 11 9 10 10 11 9 9
Top 50 Hits 11 11 7 11 10 12 10 10 8 10 11 9 10 10 11 12 10
ملاحظات

شهادات الفردي[عدل]

AUS certification: Platinum
FRA certification: Diamond[39]
GER certification: Gold[40]
NET certification: Gold[41]
NOR certification: Platinum[42]
SWE certification: Platinum[43]
SWI certification: Gold[44]
UK certification: Platinum[45]
US certification: Platinum[2]
Australia certification: Gold[46]
FRA certification: Gold[39]
NOR certification: Gold[42]
UK certification: Platinum[47]
US certification: Gold[2]
AUS certification: Platinum[46]
FRAN certification: Gold[39]
NOR certification: Gold[42]
UK certification: Platinum[48]
US certification: Gold[2]
FRA certification: Silver[49]
GER certification: Gold[40]
NET certification: Gold[50]
UK certification: Platinum[48]
GER certification: Gold[40]
NET certification: Gold[50]
SWE certification: Gold[43]
UK certification: Platinum[48]
AUS certification: Platinum[46]
FRA certification: Diamond[51]
NET certification: Gold[52]
SWE certification: Platinum[43]
UK certification: Platinum[53]
US certification: Gold[2]
AUS certification: Gold[54]
FRA certification: Silver[55]
UK certification: Platinum[56]
AUS certification: Gold[54]
FRA certification: Silver[55]
UK certification: Silver[57]
AUS certification: Platinum[54]
FRA certification: Silver[55]
GER certification: Gold[40]
SWE certification: Gold[43]
SWI certification: Gold[44]
UK certification: Platinum[58]
AUS certification: Platinum[59]
CAN certification: 2× Platinum[3]
NZ certification: Platinum[60]
SWE certification: Gold[43]
UK certification: Platinum[61]
US certification: Gold[2]
AUS certification: Platinum[62]
NZ certification: Gold[60]
UK certification: Silver[63]
AUS certification: Platinum[62]
NZ certification: Gold[60]
UK certification: Silver[63]

إصدارات ملغية[عدل]

ب-سايد[عدل]

السنة العنوان الإصدارة الأبرز
1996 "Bumper to Bumper" "Wannabe"
"Take Me Home" "Say You'll Be There"
"One of These Girls" "2 Become 1"
"Sleigh Ride"
1997 "Baby Come Round" "Mama" / "Who Do You Think You Are"
"Spice Invaders" "Spice Up Your Life"
"Outer Space Girls" "Too Much"
"Walk of Life"
"Ain't No Stoppin' Us Now" with Luther Vandross "Stop"
1998 "Christmas Wrapping" "Goodbye"
"Sisters Are Doin' It for Themselves" (Live at Wembley Stadium)
"We Are Family" (Live at Wembley Stadium)

إصدارات أخرى[عدل]

السنة العنوان ملاحظات
1997 "Step To Me" Exclusive CD promoted by Pepsi in July 1997. Fans had to collect 20 ring pulls and send them off, in return they received a Step To Me CD which featured four mixes.

The promotional CD includes two remixes, "7 version and an extended version of the named before. Another version was released in the Japanese version of the album "Spiceworld".

1997 "Move Over (Generation Next) Live" The second exclusive CD made available by Pepsi. Fans had to collect 18 ring pulls and in return they received a one track CD featuring a live version of Move Over performed in Istanbul.
1998 "(How Does It Feel to Be) On Top of the World" On Top Of The World was the official England song for the 1998 World Cup. It was released 1 June 1998 and peaked at #9 on the UK chart and spent 9 weeks in the Top75. The song featured The Spice Girls, Echo and the Bunnymen, Space and Ocean Colour Scene all credited as England United. The video for the track was the last Spice Girls video that Geri Halliwell appeared in.
1999 "It's Only Rock 'N' Roll" A charity single pioneered by Rolling Stone's legend Sir Mick Jagger, the single featured over 20 artists, including The Spice Girls. Released on 13 December 1999 the track proved to be a huge disappointment, peaking only at #19.
1999 "My Strongest Suit" Featured on the soundtrack of Elton John and Tim Rice's concept album "Aida". Elton John intended to record the song with all of the original group members, but since Geri Halliwell left in May 1998, she refused to contribute to the song.
2000 "Tell Me Why" Originally planned as the second single off Forever but the release never came. Promo CDs were in circulation featuring a radio edit and four remixes. A Jonathan Peters Edit of this song is being given as an iTunes bonus track in along with the sale of the Spice Girls new Greatest Hits album.
2000 "If You Wanna Have Some Fun" Widely reported to be the third single release off Forever but the release never came. A promo video featuring clips of the Spice Girls at various stages of their career was shown on TV around the time of Forever's release. Promo CD includes a radio edit.
2000 "Weekend Love" The third promo CD issued in 2000, this is the rarest out of the three and was only available in Asia.

الأغاني[عدل]

السنة الأغنية الألبوم
1997 "Power Of 5" Channel 5
"Move Over" Pepsi Music Live
"Step To Me"
"Leader Of The Gang" Spice World - The Movie
"We're The Spice Girls"
"My Boy Lollipop"
"Too Much"
"Mama"
"Do It"
"Denying"
"Wannabe"
"Say You'll Be There"
"2 Become 1"
"Viva Forever"
"Who Do You Think You Are"
"Saturday Night Divas"
"Spice Up Your Life"
"Never Give Up On The Good Times"
"Stop"
"The Lady is A Vamp"
1998 "(How Does It Feel) On Top Of The World" (feat. England United) 1998' World Cup Theme
"Sleigh Ride" Jack Frost: Soundtrack
"Walk Of Life" Sabrina, the Teenage Witch
"Viva Forever" (feat. Luciano Pavarotti) Pavarotti & Friends -
For The Children Of Liberia
"Stop" (feat. Luciano Pavarotti)
2001 "Hey Mickey" Charlie's Angels
2004 "Wannabe" Sleepover: Soundtrack
2006 "Wannabe" The O.C. - Season 4
"Voodoo" Another Gay Movie
2007 "Who Do You Think You Are" TOTP - JK & Joel: Faces For Radio
2009 "Who Do You Think You Are" Beleza na Comunidade (en: Comunity's Beautiful)

الأغاني المصورة[عدل]

الفيديو[عدل]

الألبوم السنة الفيديو المخرج محلاظات
Spice 1996 "Wannabe" Jhoan Camitz Extended Version
"Say You'll Be There" Vaughan Arnell Single Version
"2 Become 1" Big TV! Single Version
1997 "Mama" Big TV! Single / Live Version
"Who Do You Think You Are"* Greg Masuak Single Version
Spiceworld "Spice Up Your Life" Marcus Nispel Extended Version
"Too Much" Howard Greenhalgh Single Version
1998 "Stop" James Brown Extended Version
"Viva Forever" Steve Box Single Version
Forever "Goodbye" Howard Greenhalgh Extended Version
2000 "Holler" Jake Nava Album Version
"Let Love Lead The Way" Greg Masuak Single Version
Greatest Hits 2007 "Headlines (Friendship Never Ends)" Anthony Mandler Extended Version
  • There are two videos for the song Who Do You Think You Are: One featuring the band alone, and the other featuring "The Sugar Lumps", a band that parodied The Spice Girls, specially created for the British 'Comic Relief' fundraiser of 1997 that consisted of Dawn French (playing Victoria), Jennifer Saunders (Geri), Kathy Burke (Melanie C), Lulu (Emma) and Llewella Gideon (Melanie B).
  • There are also two versions for the music video of "Too Much" - In one version there are scenes featured from the Spice World movie while the other one is just a full video without scenes from the movie.
  • An official music video was made for If You Wanna Have Some Fun which featured clips of the girls greatest moments. Most clips were from their video release called Spice Girls, In America a Tour Story. Though the video got lots of play on music channels throughout Europe, it is not featured on any official dvd releases, due to the cancellation of the release of the single.

الجولات الغنائية[عدل]

دي في دي[عدل]

معلومات
Girl Power! Live In Istanbul
  • Released: December 1, 1997.
  • Run time: —
  • Starring: Victoria Beckham, Melanie Brown, Emma Bunton, Melanie Chisholm and Geri Halliwell.
  • Description: Features the groups first ever gig, performed at the Abdi Ipekci Stadium in Istanbul, Turkey on October 13, 1997. Set list includes If U Can't Dance, Who Do You Think You Are?, Say You'll Be There, Step to Me, Naked, 2 Become 1, Spice Up Your Life, Move Over and Wannabe.
  • Omits performances of Something Kinda Funny, Saturday Night Divas, Stop, Too Much, Love Thing and Mama.
  • Special features: Behind the scenes look at the performance, video diary and interview with the group discussing their career so far.
  • RIAA Certificate: Platinum (for shipments of 100,000 copies in the US)[2]
Live At Wembley Stadium
  • Released: November 16, 1998.
  • Run time: —
  • Starring: Victoria Beckham, Melanie Brown, Emma Bunton and Melanie Chisholm.
  • Description: Features a full concert recorded at Wembley Stadium. Set list includes If U Can't Dance, Who Do You Think You Are?, Something Kinda Funny, Do It, Too Much, Stop, Where Did Our Love Go?, Love Thing, Lady Is A Vamp, Say You'll Be There, Naked, 2 Become 1, Sisters (Are Doin' It For Themselves), Wannabe, Spice Up Your Life, Mama, Viva Forever, Never Give Up On The Good Times, We Are Family
  • Special features: Special interview with The Spice Girls.
  • RIAA Certificate: Platinum (for shipments of 100,000 copies in the US)[2]
  • Comments: The gig was record at Wembley Stadium on 20 September, 1998. It was the last night of the groups sell out Spiceworld Tour, in which they performed in almost 100 gigs in Europe and North America.

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