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TOPIC: Spice Girls
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Spice Girls 5 Months ago Karma: 49
Ken Bruce just played the only Emma Bunton No1- I have no recollection of ever hearing it (or ever wanting to again). But it got me thinking; when was it that a No1 became so unimportant and easily obtained? Long before Miss Cowell started her reality series. Back in the 60s even an Elvis or Beatles hit would only be No1 if it was a real hit. Likewise, back in those days, when even a mere Top Five (like my Moon) sold around 5 million copies globally. And in the 70s, likewise you sold millions with hits (like my Paloma). By the 80s those sales were less memorable. Was it the advent of video that made huge hits less musically memorable? Certainly by the 90s, they were less full of impact. One reason why I started The TipSheet.
 
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