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Old 12-23-2015, 05:31 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Since we have an eighties thread, let's bring in some nineties to boot.


"Here I go" - E-Type



"Around the World" - ATC



Whigfield - "Saturday Night"

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Old 12-23-2015, 12:27 PM   #2 (permalink)
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Old 12-23-2015, 07:27 PM   #5 (permalink)
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Since we have an eighties thread, let's bring in some nineties to boot.


"Here I go" - E-Type



"Around the World" - ATC



Whigfield - "Saturday Night"

Where are you from? Cause euro-trash techno pop was only vaguely popular ironically on the internet for a few years in the late-'90s/early-'00s.
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Where are you from? Cause euro-trash techno pop was only vaguely popular ironically on the internet for a few years in the late-'90s/early-'00s.
I would guess the UK as it was honestly a well loved common sound in 90's UK.



That or Girl bands.....


or boy bands......


OR THE ULTIMATE CREATION! A BOY AND GIRL BAND!


I dunno I think you should probs take the Euro dance.

Well...actually it does mean you have the Rednex.


Could I entice you into the smurfs cover? Yes I did say the Smurfs and not mean The Smiths....


I mean the entire album is just Smurf Dance music......

Then you have the Vengaboys! That was legitimately respected here in the UK.


Batlord....you do not seem to understand... the power....that is dance house trance music. I will let Mr Blobby show you the power techno pop had over Britain in the 90s! SING WITH ME BATLORD! BLOBBY! OOOOOH MR BLOOOOBBBBY!!

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Dude, "We Like to Party" and most ****ing especially "Cotton Eye Joe" are important pieces of my late-teens/early-twenties. Middle class white kids who spent too much time on the internet ate that **** up.

Along with...


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You should love Boobies then....I mean this song by a Scottish man.


Praga Khan was know for more than just his Mortal Kombat theme in the UK. TOP OF THE POPS!


..oooh yeah....there was alot of techno hip pop going on.
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