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SPICE GIRLS TRYING TO PROLONG SHELF LIFE
[STATEWIDE Edition]
Hartford Courant - Hartford, Conn.
Author: Catlin, Roger||||||Courant Rock Critic
Date: Nov 2, 1997
Start Page: G.1
Section: ARTS
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* To hear music from ``Spiceworld,'' please call Courant Source at (860) 246-1000 or (800) 246-8070. The Source number is 1042. A touch-tone phone is required.

Correction was published November 5, 1997 on Page A2. The new Spice Girls album, ``Spiceworld,'' was released Tuesday. To hear selections, call Courant Source at (860) 246-1000 or (800) 246-8070. The Source number is 1042. The Source number, which accompanied a review of the album on Page G2 of Sunday's Arts section, was not updated in time, so people who dialed the number Sunday heard other selections.

A decade or so ago, it was standard practice to get a couple of albums out a year from a hot act -- nobody expected pop sensations to last more than a couple of years anyway. And frankly, it doesn't take years of toil to turn out what the Spice Girls are creating -- simple, frisky pop with no more intent than to get people on the dance floor or to sing along.

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