Five reasons to be excited about the Girls Aloud reunion
Look at the Spice Girls, Girls Aloud's nearest forebears, who fizzled out in 2000 shortly after trying to reupholster their sound with a Geri-less R&B flava, and then failed to make the top 10 with 2007 comeback single Headlines (Friendship Never Ends).... Girls Aloud and Xenomania: A match made in pop heaven Polished image and grand pop status is nothing if you ain't got the tunes, and Girls Aloud always had them, from Love Machine to Biology to No Good Advice to Call The Shots.
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