"Tell me what you want, what you really, really want!" Um, how about more Spice Girls songs?
Fans of the late-'90s British pop group that featured Sporty, Baby, Ginger, Scary and, of course, Posh Spice will have their worlds rocked today as four previously unreleased songs from the femme quintet hit YouTube.
The new-to-us songs—"A Day in Your Life," "Pain Proof," "If It's Lovin' on Your Mind" and "Right Back at Ya"—will no doubt take fans back to days of midriff-baring shirts, nude lipstick with dark liner and a time before Victoria (aka Posh) had four children as well as her own clothing line.
And let's not forget about the whole "Girl Power" phenomenon.
If you're fuzzy on the real names of the Spice Girls, in addition to Beckham (née Adams), there was also Melanie Brown (Scary), Melanie Chisholm (Sporty), Geri Halliwell (Ginger) and Emma Bunton (Baby).
The four songs were taken down from audio distribution platform Soundcloud, according to Variety, but you can find three of them on YouTube ("Right Back at Ya" is no longer there).