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Discussion in 'Personal' started by lanokia, Nov 12, 2015.
And to make you sick!
Hahaha cos I am evil!!!
@HelenREMfan I deliberately left REM to you!
And then there was the TV!
And these are my favs... you have your own, great, share them!
Yes, I was a nerd... sue me...
My 90's were very different to yours and I would tell you about it, if I could remember any of it
Oh yes... I forgot one...
Now you're talking.
Here's m'man Jarvis doing what he does best:
And possibly one of the most original opening lines for any song:
..and why did The New Radicals record only one album?
My 90s...the dream....
I am proud to say that I did have one of these:
and listened to them:
and indeed watched the X-files and Friends in the UK for the first time..........
Surprised no-one has done... 'I'm so seventies'... because you know, I'm not, was 5 when it ended.
And I'd just fill it with Jimmy Saville 'jokes'.
I was very young in the 70s so listened to dreadful music such as the Bay City Rollers and Gary Glitter
If you must do that please spell his name correctly. He only came with one "l" and now he's in another "L".
70s Thread (forgot to put in quote.)
Started university '71 so just the right time for me. I will have a think.
Love this version of Common People.
The 90's to me was marriage and a mortgage and children, no time to buy and "get into" music on my own so I have only a passing relationship with 90's music in that I recognise some of it, but no emotional connection other than to some Pulp songs.
In order of increasing excellence:
Did you catch Stargate: Universe?
For every decade I've been alive, there have been songs that have made me vomit and songs that made my soul bounce. The nineties, strangely, might have smudged that a bit.
Hmmm in the interests of research I had a look at the best-selling songs of the 90s and only heard of one, which I liked. Sinead O'Connor, NCTY. Oh - hang on - also Dub Be Good To Me. I'm pretty sure there must have been some others I liked.
Yes - just looked again, because I'm thorough; Wannabe, Living La Vida Loca, You Oughtta Know (a favourite),
BUT my kids played stuffed I liked for twenty years - Michelle Branch, Blink123, Semisonic, Sinead can't remeber her other name. RHCP, One Week, No Scrubs, Gangsta Paradise.... no I'm sure there were lots of singles i liked whilst walking the children to school.
Was this nineties (Its starting to get blurred)
(****** it. "2000'')
OOOOH so yes! I'd just learned to drive and that was on the list of (then) Break Out and Scattered of songs my kids thought I drove too fast to! I can't really remember which was 90s and which was early 00s.
'You Only Get What You Give' is one of my favourite songs... Takes me back to about 1998, driving around in my car with my newly-gained licence and putting on mix tapes!
My 90s TV involved this:
not to mention this (not necessarily season 3):
and, of course, my absolute favourite (although later on in the decade, on repeats):