Girls Aloud are releasing a special deluxe edition of 'What Will The Neighbours Say?'
The group's second album - which was released almost two decades ago in November 2004 - featured hit singles like 'Jump', 'Love Machine' and 'I'll Stand By You', and now its getting a three disc edition packed with rarities, unreleased demos and exclusive remixes.
The collection - which will be released digitally and physically, including a first ever vinyl edition - will come with three unreleased tracks originally recorded 20 years ago and finally made available for the first time.
As well as a cover of Chris Isaac's 'Wicked Game', the album will feature deep cuts 'Disco Bunny' and 'Baby When You Go', which remained in the vault after missing out on the original album.
Also included are B-sides like 'History' and 'Androgynous Girls', as well as rare TV performance edits of the band's big hits, a "sparking selection" of remixes, and their covers from the era including Blondie's 'Hanging On The Telephone' and Chaka Khan classic 'I'm Every Woman'.
The band - made up of Cheryl Tweedy, Kimberley Walsh, Nadine Coyle, and Nicola Roberts - will also be heading on the road in May and June this year to celebrate their anniversary.
Cheryl revealed the group had been discussing reunion plans for some time, but put the idea on ice when late band member Sarah Harding - who died in September 2021 - was diagnosed with breast cancer.
She said in a statement in November: "We all started talking about the possibility of doing something to celebrate Girls Aloud’s 20-year anniversary a few years ago.
"The anniversary seemed like an obvious thing that we would celebrate. But when Sarah fell ill all priorities changed.
"She passed away a year before the anniversary and it just didn’t feel right, it felt too soon."
The group plan to use the tour to "celebrate" their late friend.
Cheryl added: "But now, I think there is an energy that does makes it feel right. It’s the right time to celebrate Sarah, it’s the right time to celebrate the band and the right time to celebrate the fact we can still do this 21 years later. That’s a big honour in lots of ways.”