|Eliot Kennedy — additional vocal production track 4• In the United States the album achieved moderate success; it peaked at number 39 on the , lower than their previous album 1997 , which peaked at number three, and by July 2006, it had sold 207,000 copies||Once again, the girls teamed up with Stannard and Rowe|
|In Australia it peaked at number nine, and was certified Gold there||Adrian Bushby — engineering track 11• Dave Russell — recording assistance tracks 1, 3, 4, 6, 7• began promoting her first solo album , released in October, and the group began preparations for the tour, in which they premiered the tracks "Right Back At Ya", "W|
It was certified Platinum by the BPI on 17 November 2000, denoting shipments in excess of 300,000 copies.
|Robert Smith — production track 5• Sue Drake — backing vocals track 4• The single "", released almost two years earlier, was also included on the album||The Spice Girls did not heavily promote Forever as much as their previous albums, and the promotional campaign was ceased in December 2000 as the group went on an indefinite hiatus|
|Xavier Smith — engineering assistance, mixing assistance tracks 9, 10• " Commercial performance [ ] In the United Kingdom, Forever was released the same week as 's album and the chart battle was widely reported by the media, where Westlife won the battle reaching number one on the , leaving the Spice Girls at number two||signifies a remixer Personnel [ ] Credits adapted from the liner notes of Forever|
Released as a double A-side single, it charted at number-one on the and became the Spice Girls' ninth number-one single in the United Kingdom.