The Spice Girls beat the odds laid down by men

It’s been 25 years since the Spice Girls’ debut album, Spice, topped the charts in numerous countries, including America, a territory countless male bands from the UK tried and failed to crack.

One of those bands happened to be Oasis. Perhaps that’s why Noel Gallagher looked so ticked off in an old interview clip that turned up in Spice Girls: How Girl Power Changed Britain (Channel 4), a clear-eyed and wonderfully revealing three-part documentary from directors Vari Innes and Alice McMahon-Major.

“They’re just a big money-making corporate machine,” Gallagher whinged over footage of the Spice Girls holding a US press conference against a backdrop plastered with the Pepsi logo.



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