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Sunday, October 20, 2019
Music Monday: Some Forgotten Number One Hits of the Early 90's
Music Monday: Here are some forgotten Number One hits of the early 90's. They were great songs and we have totally forgotten them:
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Everybody dance now! You got me chair boogieing. Great playset of 90s hit songs. Ace of Base 'The Sign' is a favorite. I believe that song released the year DS was born. Thanks for joining the 4M crew on the dance floor, my friend. Have a songsational week!
forgotten hits? In the 90's my musical tastes ran to whatever was on Radio Disney. I see I missed some good stuffReplyDelete
Love these hits from the 90s. Thanks for the memories.ReplyDelete
I love that stuff from the 90's!ReplyDelete
EVERYBODY DANCE NOW! We should make that our theme at 4M! hehehe Thanks for playin' that one my friend! You rock! That tune "More than Words", is an awesome tune. I love the harmonies! Wow, I saw the Signs! I totally love that tune to dance too! Come on my friend let's boogie! Woo Hoo! Wow, I haven't heard "How do you talk to an Angel", in like so long! Great tune to dance to also! Wow, so many dance tunes & they're all very cool! Mr. you have soul in your soul! GREAT TUNES! Close to you.. very cute, but the last tune is phenomenal! You really know how to pick them! YOU HAVE ROCKED THE HOUSE MY FRIEND!ReplyDelete
I was still listening to pop radio in 1990, and don't remember any of these. Good set.ReplyDelete
I love every one of these!ReplyDelete
The 90's were kind of a lost decade for me, I suspect - I only knew one of these songs, but it was a monster (Everybody Dance Now). Was nice to hear some of what I was missing.ReplyDelete
Duuuude! How is it you always pick songs I love?! :) You have great taste! ;) Thanks for the dance, Patrick! :)ReplyDelete