The Spice Girls haven't released new music since 2007's greatest-hits album, but if you close your eyes, you can pretend the group is back together thanks to four leaked demos from their third and final album, "Forever." That's the one that was released in 2000, after Geri Halliwell left the group and the remaining quartet tried to reinvent themselves with an R&B sound by recruiting Rodney Jerkins, Jimmy Jam and Terry Lewis, who'd produced hits for the likes of Janet Jackson, Mary J. Blige and Whitney Houston. The album peaked at No. 39 in the United States, but let's rewind and pretend the millennium is new and the Spice Girls are still seasoning our pop-music landscape.
It's easy to do with "A Day In Your Life," "If It's Lovin' On Your Mind," "Pain Proof" and "Right Back At Ya," demos of which have now appeared on both SoundCloud and YouTube:
H/T Digital Spy