In the late 90s, few groups were as massively popular as The Spice Girls. After their debut album took the world by storm, a feature film was the next logical step. 1997's Spice World is a whirlwind comedy that finds the girls goofing on their own public image, driving around in a double-decker bus, evading the paparazzi, meeting space aliens, and (of course) performing some of their biggest hits!
Joining us this week is Quentin Harrison, author of "Record Redux: Spice Girls"! Quentin jumps in to help us break down the film and offers insights into what makes the group and their music so beloved.