Off-topic: LSE reunion call for music

Not strictly speaking about the EU, this one, but I need a way to get input and isn’t that what a blog is for!

I’ve been asked to DJ at the LSE 1990-1994 reunion this summer and I want to make sure that I play what people want to hear. So, if you were at LSE between 1988 and 1994, what were the tunes you heard in the Tuns? What was played at that great Tequila party? What were the sounds of the Underground? Looking forward to seeing what you come up with!

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I'm a British citizen and European Union official, who lives in Brussels again after 6 years in London and 8 in Melbourne. My blog(s) reflect my interests in the EU, yarncrafts, organisations and dog ownership.

4 thoughts on “Off-topic: LSE reunion call for music

  1. Not my personal taste, most of this, but the benefit of my memory/knowledge:

    Stereo MCs – “Connected”, “Step It Up”
    Spin Doctors – “Two Princes” – HATE THIS
    Vic Reeves & The Wonderstuff – “Dizzy”
    EMF – “Unbelieveable”
    L7 – “Pretend We’re Dead”
    Ugly Kid Joe – “Everything About You”
    Snap! – “Rhythm Is A Dancer”
    Charles & Eddie – “Would I Lie To You”
    Shaggy – “Oh Carolina”
    Sub Sub feat. Melanie Williams – “Ain’t No Love (Ain’t No Use)”
    M People – “One Night In Heaven”
    Reel 2 Real feat. the Mad Stuntman – I Like To Move It

    Deliberately didn’t list anything I thought hugely obvious. Hope this helps.

    rob xx

  2. I remember that awful Ace of Base song – ‘all that she wants is another baby’ – was around at that time.
    Also: Heaven 17 re-released ‘Temptation’
    That band The Farm were around – ‘Altogether Now’
    and Erasure def had a hit. Check out the play list from the ‘Now Thats What I Call Music’ 21 to about 25!

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