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Polly Planturret
post Jan 25 2018, 09:57 PM
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Great breakbeat track from 1997. They manage to grab another Top 40 hit in 2000 with "Theme From Gutbuster"
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post Jan 25 2018, 10:04 PM
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This low top 40 1991 hit, largely forgotten by many until recently when it has featured on a UK TV advert.



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post Jan 27 2018, 09:30 AM
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QUOTE(The Snake @ Jan 25 2018, 10:04 PM) *
This low top 40 1991 hit, largely forgotten by many until recently when it has featured on a UK TV advert.



I heard this while listening to previews of songs on some rave compilation on iTunes back in 2015.
The song also got a clear 12" release on Record Store Day last year
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post Feb 3 2018, 07:45 PM
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Obviously completely overshadowed by Stay but I'm rather fond of this too...
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post Feb 3 2018, 09:02 PM
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I loved “I Don’t Care”, but “Hello (Turn Your Radio On)” is even better IMO and that made #14.
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A number 7 hit from January 1991. I think most will have forgotten this great house track!

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Peaked at #12 in August 1990. TUNE.
As Colm pointed out in the 90s dance thread the main riff which repeats throughout sounds quite similar to the Chemical Brother's Block Rockin Beats.
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This got to #10 in April 1991. I think most people even those in to the charts at the time would struggle to remember this, but it is a little gem.



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Bravo Doctor B! That's the first one posted that I couldn't remember from the title - great shout!
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QUOTE(dandy* @ May 29 2018, 09:36 PM) *
Bravo Doctor B! That's the first one posted that I couldn't remember from the title - great shout!


Glad I could help. biggrin.gif


Exactly 27 years ago, Cubic 22 entered the Top 40 with “Night In Motion” - later sampled to great effect by Strike (on “U Sure Do”) in 1994.

It peaked at #15.

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Ba-ba-bye-ya-ya!
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heard this randomly today, what a gem!!! St Etienne at their best smile.gif





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well so many of my all-time faves already listed so I don't need to add to them - though that they are "forgotten" seems harsh, surely they are still fairly well known! ohmy.gif

The Saint Etienne gem is inspired by this one, and is the only record I've come across that has even tried to sound like it....

The first futuristic record, heard by me as a pre-schooler and bought by my dad:

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