"Don't Have A Cow, Man" – 03/01/2012

Gateway 97.8Nineties Revival0 Comments

Six days into 2012 (at time of writing) and I’m going to wish you a Happy New Year.  I think that’s just about still acceptable. Right?

I’m sure there will be some of us who are still trying to clear the fridge of Chrismas leftovers, taking down cards and wrapping decorations up ready to dig out of the loft again in eleven months or so.

On the latest edition of the Nineties Revival I continued my news series looking back at the number two hits of the decade.

In 1991 we experienced one of the coldest winters since 1987 with the heaviest snow fall we’d see for almost twenty years. The Football Association announced plans for a new super league to replace the existing first division and Bart Simpson topped the charts.

In the next programme on Tuesday the 10th of January, there’s a collection of number two hits from 1992! Tune in from 7-9 on Gateway 97.8 FM or listen live via this website.

Here’s the playlist:

Dina Carroll, Ain’t No Man.
Republica, Ready To Go.
Culture Club, Church Of The Poison Mind (80s in the 90s)
Culture Club, I Just Wanna Be Loved (80s in the 90s)
Chesney Hawkes, One & Only.
Blue Pearl, Naked In The Rain (A to Z of the 90s)
Blur, There’s No Other Way (A to Z of the 90s)
The Real McCoy, Run Away (Dance Anthem)
Sleeper, Sale Of The Century (Alternative Nineties)
Brownstone, If You Love Me (Forgotten Classic)
Take That, Never Forget.
Hour Two (Featured Number Two Hits Of 1991)
Seal, Crazy.
Madonna, Crazy for You.
James, Sit Down.
Crystal Waters, Gypsy Woman.
Amy Grant, Baby Baby.
Extreme, More Than Words.
Right Said Fred, I’m Too Sexy.
Roxette, Fading Like A Flower (US Number 2)
Salt N Pepa, Let’s Talk About Sex.
Diana Ross, When You Tell Me That You Love Me.
Elton John, Nikita (Track from number 2 album this week in 1991)

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