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Re: Girls Aloud

Postby The Spice Girls » 15 Feb 2016, 14:08

So you got two best tours on DVD, don't know about the rest, have seen some previous videos and wasn't as impressed as after those 2, especially Ten - it can't get any better. And info about extras is on their Wiki page:

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Girls_Aloud_discography#Video_releases
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Re: Girls Aloud

Postby The Spice Girls » 15 Feb 2016, 14:17

So you got two best tours on DVD, don't know about the rest, have seen some previous videos and wasn't as impressed as after those 2, especially Ten - it can't get any better. And info about extras is on their Wiki page:

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Girls_Aloud_discography#Video_releases
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Re: Girls Aloud

Postby Dave87 » 17 Feb 2016, 22:45

^Thanks. I absolutely love Ten: The hits tour. I would just buy that one but I can't find an all regions copy :(
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Re: Girls Aloud

Postby addicted2you » 21 Apr 2016, 13:20

Apart from demos, has there ever been any other Girls Aloud leaked/unreleased tracks put out there?

Or any solo stuff missing from this list?

Cheryl - Just Live
Nicola - Dance The Rain
Nadine - Diamonds
Nadine - Wake Up
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Re: Girls Aloud

Postby Ren » 22 Apr 2016, 12:59

^ All of Sarah's old solo stuff with her first band? Nadine's first EP?
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Re: Girls Aloud

Postby JoeHere » 29 Apr 2016, 15:07

Can we please take a moment to appreciate how Tangled Up is still flawless? :love:

Been listening to their albums all evening, I have so much nostalgia attached to Girls Aloud. :music:
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Re: Girls Aloud

Postby schizophonic_spice » 29 Apr 2016, 17:00

I like Tangled Up but for me their most flawless work is still

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Particularly the first 8 tracks from intro until Whole Lotta History. :music:
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Re: Girls Aloud

Postby Javi » 29 Apr 2016, 17:11

To me all their albums included either great songs or average fillers. The only album I like in full is 'Out Of Control', so I can't help but notice how they were getting better and, considering the quality of the new songs included on 'Ten', probably if the had released a 6th studio album it would've surely been their best ever.
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Re: Girls Aloud

Postby schizophonic_spice » 29 Apr 2016, 17:16

Their sixth album would probably have gotten the sales Cheryls first album got.
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Postby Mr.X » 29 Apr 2016, 17:35

I do agree, they were getting better and better with time. They were a very good example of how to keep at something and improve on it as you grow/learn more about your craft.

I LOVE Tangled Up album, my fav.
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Re: Girls Aloud

Postby The Spice Girls » 29 Apr 2016, 17:38

So funny that only Spice Girls fans replying to this topic. Don't GA have their own fans;)? Lol.
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Re: Girls Aloud

Postby Jay » 29 Apr 2016, 18:31

Tangled Up :love: Definitely their musical peak for me, great single choices & a very enjoyable era overall. The tour is probably my favourite one too, great memories. <3

When GA cross my mind, I still get annoyed by how they ended things. :( I won't go into it in depth, as I have done numerous times before, but... ugh. Wasted potential. They were all still very young when they started the hiatus (23 to 27 years old) & were on top of their game, and they just threw it away. :whistle: :z
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Re: Girls Aloud

Postby Mr.X » 29 Apr 2016, 18:37

Yeah. Egos got in the way... Just like the Spice Girls and many other groups :(

It's a shame really, they were pretty much adored by everyone.
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Re: Girls Aloud

Postby Jamie » 29 Apr 2016, 19:13

IER wrote:To me all their albums included either great songs or average fillers. The only album I like in full is 'Out Of Control'


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Re: Girls Aloud

Postby Charmingspice5 » 29 Apr 2016, 19:14

Tangled Up :inlove: That album as got to become a huge fan of theirs!
'Out of Control' was a pretty flawless follow up as well! I love those 2 albums so much!

I do wish we had gotten a 6th album before their hiatus, their music improved with each album to me and I think a 6th album would've been pretty flawless
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Re: Girls Aloud

Postby JoeHere » 29 Apr 2016, 23:54

Jay wrote:Tangled Up :love: Definitely their musical peak for me, great single choices & a very enjoyable era overall. The tour is probably my favourite one too, great memories. <3

When GA cross my mind, I still get annoyed by how they ended things. :( I won't go into it in depth, as I have done numerous times before, but... ugh. Wasted potential. They were all still very young when they started the hiatus (23 to 27 years old) & were on top of their game, and they just threw it away. :whistle: :z


I love all their albums, but Tangled Up is definitely their most solid effort! Sexy! No No No… is still one of my favourite singles by them. I just watched their "Ten Years at the Top" documentary, brought back so many memories!

Regarding how they ended things, I didn't like how they went on hiatus in 2009, then signed a three album deal assuring fans it wasn't the end. Then it was "new studio album coming in 2010" then it moved to 2011, then 2012 came and all we got was a Greatest Hits. :hmm:
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Re: Girls Aloud

Postby addicted2you » 12 May 2016, 01:02

Playing the Intro from Chemistry, was this ever intended to be a full length track?
Some of those databases list it as "All about the hell of it", I would've loved a full version.
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Re: Girls Aloud

Postby schizophonic_spice » 12 May 2016, 01:18

addicted2you wrote:Playing the Intro from Chemistry, was this ever intended to be a full length track?
Some of those databases list it as "All about the hell of it", I would've loved a full version.


No idea but I have always wished it was a full length track. It had potential.
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Re: Girls Aloud

Postby Dom » 20 May 2016, 23:37

Something new...! Ish. :cool:

We Love Pop's Girls Aloud vs Spice Girls podcast includes a Girls Aloud "album medley" at the 39min mark, which is bascially an amazing mash up of Fling / Girl Overboard / Graffiti My Soul....which then leads into Victoria's Let Your Head Go. :love:

https://www.mixcloud.com/WELOVEPOPDJS/w ... udpodcast/

The whole podcast is worth a listen really.
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Re: Girls Aloud

Postby addicted2you » 25 May 2016, 11:39

I liked that mash up :D

Don't know if it has been asked, but what was the point in putting Jump on WWTNS? Waste of space and another song could've filled its place :( Especially after the album was released on the back of three strong singles already.
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Re: Girls Aloud

Postby Jay » 25 May 2016, 14:01

SOTU re-release didn't really do the business chart wise. 'Jump' was their second biggest hit at the time, so it probably seemed like a sensible choice to include it on WWTNS & have that album boast another big hit.
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Re: Girls Aloud

Postby Jay » 26 Jun 2016, 20:19

Kimberley is pregnant again, congratulations to her & Justin :hunny:

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Re: Girls Aloud

Postby Andres » 27 Jun 2016, 01:09

it's nice that she has all that free time
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Re: Girls Aloud

Postby addicted2you » 27 Jun 2016, 07:42

Get those OK deals!
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Re: Girls Aloud

Postby Jay » 13 Sep 2016, 13:40

It's been 12 years since Girls Aloud released 'Love Machine'! (Monday 13th September 2004).

Also, 'Something Kinda Ooooh' received its radio premiere on Tuesday 12th September 2006. I can't believe it's 10 years old! One of my favourite songs of all time. :love:



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