As the '90s pop queens (well, four out of five) get ready to embark on their upcoming world tour, we decided it was high time to pick out the five tracks we can't wait to hear live.
There's only really one place to start. The infectious beat and empowering lyrics became an instant feminist classic. Zig-a-zig-ah.
This Motown-tinged track is the ultimate anthem for telling your keeno admirer to take a not-so-subtle chill pill.
Who Do You Think You Are
The track that brought one of pop music's most memorable moments: Geri Halliwell's now infamous Union Jack dress that she wore during a performance of the hit at the 1997 Brit Awards. The dress was plastered across the front pages of newspapers around the world the next day, and has since become synonymous with the group.
Say You'll Be There
The group's second single from the debut album may have received mix reviews from critics on release, but there's no doubting it has gone onto become a girl power classic.
Spice Up Your Life
It might feature lyrics in Japanese, Spanish and German, and make little functional sense, but this was the Spice Girls "song for the world" and the perfect track to announce their belated return. Bring it on!
The Spice Girls World Tour takes in dates in London, Manchester and Cardiff. Find out more and book your tickets and accommodation to these dates here.