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Spice Girls Play First Show in Dublin with Shit Sound

by Paul Cashmere on May 25, 2019

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Four-fifths of Spice Girls have started their Spice World 2019 tour but with stories of appalling sound coming out of Dublin.

Melanie Brown, Emma Bunton, Geri Horner and Melanie Chisholm, better known as Scary, Baby, Ginger and Sporty Spice make up the current Spice Girls line-up. There is no Victoria Beckham (aka Posh Spice) for this one.

While fans were happy to see at an 80% return to Spice Girls they were no happy with the sound. The common comment from the first show is “terrible quality” with words like “inaudible” rampant in reviews. Fans were also slightly pissed with the amount of talk between the songs.

The Spice Girl tour is a UK only tour. It will conclude in Birmingham on 22 June, 2019.

Spice Girls setlist, Dublin, 24 May 2019

Spice Up Your Life (from Spiceworld, 1997)
If U Can’t Dance (from Spice, 1996)
Who Do You Think You Are (from Spice, 1996)
Do It (from Spiceworld, 1997)
Something Kinda Funny (from Spice, 1996)
Move Over (Interlude) (from Spiceworld, 1997)
Power of Five (Interlude)
Holler (from Forever, 2000)
Viva Forever (from Spiceworld, 1997)
Let Love Lead the Way (from Forever, 2000)
Goodbye (from Forever, 2000)
Intermission (contains elements of “Music” and “Car Wash)
Never Give Up on the Good Times (from Spiceworld, 1997)
We Are Family (Sister Sledge cover)
Love Thing (from Spice, 1996)
The Lady Is a Vamp (from Spiceworld, 1997)
Too Much (from Spiceworld, 1997)
Say You’ll Be There (from Spice, 1996)
2 Become 1 (from Spice, 1996)
Intermission (Interlude)
Stop (from Spiceworld, 1997)
Mama (from Spice, 1996)
Wannabe (from Spice, 1996)
Spice Up Your Life (from Spiceworld, 1997)

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