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Ninja Poo Gets Revenge. Zuni Blue. Gretel Killeen. Barbara Godwin. Mike Jones. Written and composed in collaboration by Halliwell, Paul Wilson, and Andy Watkins, it was released on 10 May as the first single from Halliwell's debut solo album, Schizophonic. Written by Halliwell and Rick Nowels on the day of her first recovery meeting for bulimia, she described the song as "the things I did to avoid staying still and deal with my seemings". It is Halliwell's most rock-based song to date, and was inspired by her listening to Led Zeppelin the previous summer as encouraged by close friend, Robbie Williams.
The song sampled Apollo 's song "Stop the Rock". Absolute are a British music production team responsible for a number of hits in the s and the s. If Only is an autobiography by English singer Geri Halliwell, chronicling her own life. If Only chronicles the singer's rise to international fame as a member of the Spice Girls, while also documents the her struggle to overcome the eating disorder bulimia and her breast cancer. It was released as the only single from the album on 5 November by Virgin Records. The song was the first commercial single release to feature the group's original lineup since Geri Halliwell left in It was also the official Children in Need single of It is their last studio single to date.
The Brit Awards were the 17th edition of the biggest annual pop music awards in the United Kingdom. The mini dress featured a flag of the United Kingdom, the Union Jack, on the front, and a white CND symbol emblazoned on the black-coloured back of the dress. The next day the images of the dress made the front page of various newspapers around the world, and is now remembered as one of the most iconic pop moments of the s and Brit Awards history.
It was released on 25 October by Sony Music Australia as the lead single from Halliwell's upcoming fourth studio album. The song marked as Halliwell's first single release in eight years since her single "Desire". Not to be confused with Spice World - Tour.
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