The Spice Girls are to release their as-yet untitled third album on November 6
And the girls claim they are back stronger than ever after pursuing their solo interests.
“We are stronger after being apart for a while and we’re very happy to have been back together in the studio,” said Mel C. “This strength will show on this new album, which I think is our best yet.”
The album, provisionally titled ‘Third Time Around’, has been recorded over the last 14 months in London, Los Angeles and Miami with producers including Rodney Jerkins, Jimmy Jam and Terry Lewis.
In this week’s record release news, Mel C‘s latest solo single, ‘I Turn To You’ was among this week’s hotly-tipped new releases, and is expected to follow her last three singles into the Top Five. She will be up against pop queen Janet Jackson, with her comeback single ‘Doesn’t Really Matter’.
Embrace release ‘I Wouldn’t Wanna Happen To You’ as excitement mounts around their Carling Weekend appearances at Reading and Leeds, while Paul Weller‘s latest offering ‘Sweet Pea, My Sweet Pea’ is out in advance of his shows at V2000 and Glasgow Green.
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