One Hour of Girl Power
|One Hour of Girl Power|
|Video by Spice Girls|
|Spice Girls chronology|
One Hour of Girl Power is a VHS production released in the spring of 1997. It shows various performances and all the music videos filmed until that point, as well as behind the scenes of the videos. On iTunes, a five-minute abridged version of the video was released as a bonus track with the Greatest Hits album.
One Hour of Girl Power shows private footage of the pre-fame Spice Girls arriving at a hotel in the United States in 1995, where they are seen running through the corridors in their robes and playing around by the pool (briefly singing the then yet to be released 'Love Thing' a cappella). Included on the video are the promotional video clips for their debut single, "Wannabe", as well as those for the following singles, "Say You'll Be There", "2 Become 1", "Mama" and "Who Do You Think You Are". The videos are interspersed with behind the scenes footage of the making of the videos, and a running commentary by the band. The video for "Who Do You Think You Are" appears in an alternate version, interspersed with behind the scenes footage featuring the 'Sugar Lumps', a Spice Girls spoof group made up of British celebrities Dawn French, Jennifer Saunders, Kathy Burke, Lulu and actress Llewella Gideon. The complete Sugar Lumps version was made to promote Comic Relief (Who Do You Think You Are was the Comic Relief single for 1997). Footage of the girls in on promotional tours America, Hong Kong and the UK make up th rest of the documentary portion of the video. The presentation concludes with an edited version of the Spice Girls' classic performance at the 1997 BRIT Awards, presented by Ben Elton.
The video was very successful at the time of its release and topped the U.K. Video Chart. It was also successful in many other countries such as Japan and America.
|Canada (Music Canada)||8× Platinum||800,000^|
|France (SNEP)||3× Platinum||60,000*|
|United Kingdom (BPI)||13× Platinum||650,000^|
*sales figures based on certification alone
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- "British video certifications – Spice Girls – One Hour of Girl Power". British Phonographic Industry. Retrieved 2016-07-26. Enter One Hour of Girl Power in the field Keywords. Select Title in the field Search by. Select DVD in the field By Format. Select Platinum in the field By Award. Click Search
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