Nineties Revival – 01/11/2011

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Pop stars, hairdressers and taxi drivers is how a 1991 episode of ‘The Word’ described our county when they ran a feature on Essex Girls. Twenty years later, we’ve moved on a bit, though still causing immense fascination. Maybe not for the description above.

1991 was also the year we had number one hits from The Simpsons and Chesney Hawkes and the Dartford Bridge opened. Celebrating it’s 20th birthday at the weekend, I decided to take the Nineties Revival back to the top ten singles and albums which were in the charts then. Elsewhere in the show we featured Seals debut record ‘Crazy’ as he releases a new soul album, Wet Wet Wet were our 80s in the 90s icons and Shades of Rhythm popped up in the dance floor anthem.

So join me for the next 90s Revival – Tuesday evenings from 7 on Gateway 97.8 FM. You can ‘like’ the show on Facebook now too.

The Whole Playlist – 1st November 2011

FatBoy Slim, Rockafeller Skank.
Haddaway, What Is Love.
Jennifer Paige, Crush.
Wet Wet Wet, Sweet Little Mystery.
Wet Wet Wet, Don’t Want To Forgive Me Now.
Del Amitri, Roll To Me.
Alison Limerick, Where love lives (12″ original mix)
Shades of Rhythm, Sounds of Eden.
Seal, Crazy.
Inspiral Carpets, This Is How It Feels.
Everything But The Girl, Missing.
Betty Boo, Doing The Doo.
Hour Two – The Retro Chart (Nov 1st 1991)

Ce Ce Peniston, Finally.
MC Hammer, Addams Groove (Movie soundtrack)
Mariah Carey, Emotions (US Number One Single)
Belinda Carlisle, Live Your Life Be Free.
Paul Young, Come Back & Stay.
Monty Python, Always Look On The Bright Side Of Life.
The Commitments, Mustang Sally.
Bryan Adams, Can’t Stop This Thing We Started.
Erasure, Love To Hate You.
Vic Reeves, Dizzy.
Simply Red, Something Got Me Started (#1 album track)
U2, The Fly (#1 single)

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