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I still like this 90’s song these days. I think the video was banned back in the day?  

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The 90s was my genre. So many to choose from. It was very much an era of Britpop and dance music.

I'll avoid the obvious ones. Everyone knows how fabulous some of the commercial dance was (Snap, Corona etc).

JX - There's Nothing I Won't Do

Gigi d'Agostino - The Passion (1994)

House Traffic - Every day of my Life (1994)

Robert Miles - Children


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35 minutes ago, UmBongo said:

I've mentioned this one on ToS. Not a huge dance music fan but I love this:


The 1990s was a period where much pop music was dance music.

You may also like (from the 1990s)

There is a link. That was re-released featuring Kelly, the singer in the N-Trance video.

Not forgetting their other track


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On 10/8/2017 at 14:26, UmBongo said:

So we've covered the 1970s and 1980s for music. How about the 1990s? These were my formative years as a teenager going into my early 20s...

Grunge music took hold in the early part of the decade, as did Indie/Britpop. And not let's forget Europop, which spawned several 'one hit wonders'.

Let's start with Pulp:



Let's *continue* with Pulp...




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