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Move Over

This article is about the Spce Girls single. For the Janis Joplin song, see Pearl (album). For the traffic law, see Move over law.

"Move Over"
Released July 1998
Format Promotional single
Recorded October 12, 1997
Genre Live Pop
Length 5:30
Label Virgin

"Move Over" is a promotional single released by the Spice Girls in 1998, as part of their Pepsi endorsement. The live version on the single is taken from their Istanbul concert recorded on October 12, 1997. The album version was included on the group's album Spiceworld, released the previous year, and was also included on the group's Greatest Hits album in 2007. Although not as publicized as their previous Pepsi single "Step to Me", it was marketed in the same manner. In the summer of 1998, Pepsi consumers in the UK had to send off 18 ring pull tabs in exchange for the single. Also part of this Pepsi campaign were live singles from Hanson, Eternal, and Coolio, with some editions of the single having all four.

Pepsi sponsorship

In early 1997, the Spice Girls signed a multi-million sponsorship deal with Pepsi. The girls were featured in television commercials for the product, in which "Move Over" was used as the theme song. There were three commercials altogether. They also released their own Pepsi cans with each individual girl on the cans.

"Move Over" was performed during the first and second leg of the Spiceworld Tour.

Track listing

  1. "Move Over/Generation Next" (live) – 5:30

External links

de:Spiceworld (Album)

fr:Spiceworld it:Spiceworld he:ספייסוורלד ja:Spiceworld

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