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Anthems 90s

Anthems 90s

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Common People’ will always be more universal than that, with its sly social message delivered to a stonking disco beat and an immortal riff. This music can only be played online with a Limited Online Music Licence, and this comes with additional restrictions which are subject to change. Released on Twisted America Records in 1996, the US house duo Murk join with vocalist Tamara Wallace as Funky Green Dog for 'Fired Up' - an early tribal house tune that's catchy, uplifting and the right choice for leading you into a long night.

All the cool kids will tell you that they were into Nirvana back in ’89 when they released Bleach on Sub Pop. Perhaps best known from its role in the bathroom club scene in the movie Basic Instinct, 'Blue' by Chicago artist William LaTour is a track that played a pivotal role in bringing dance-pop and new wave elements into early house sounds. In truth, Missy ‘Misdemeanor’ Elliott spoke for no one but herself, and her debut single doesn’t sound like it’s from any particular region, or country, or planet. It’s all there in the title track, a primal howl of electrified blues-rock that’s equal parts lovesick wail and feminist stomp.If you can remember the 90s, you were a lightweight (or weren’t living them properly) – let Jo Whiley remind you of what you’ve forgotten with this sizzling anthem-packed party to end them all. They took a Macca ballad from 1980 about the dangerous sport of waterfall-jumping and totally transformed it into a heartrending urban drama with a killer chorus. You are permitted to play this music in any venue or public space with no additional licence fees to pay. Sure, the moshpits were mostly full of privileged teens, but it took little away from the song’s message (‘Fuck you, establishment,’ in case that wasn’t clear) and nothing away from the wonderfully raucous riffing. After putting out the original and his spiffy 'Atmosphere Dub' of the track, Kerri Chandler rode this conquering deep house classic all the way to the realms of dance music stardom.

In Nikkie’s words: “Remember the first time you heard Insomnia ‘I Can’t Get No Sleep’ and that beat drops and you HAVE to put your hands in the air… get ready to party! It also encapsulated breakbeat junkie DJ Shadow’s uncanny ability to construct new worlds by unearthing carefully chosen samples – in this case the piano line from jazz composer David Axelrod’s ‘The Human Abstract’ – and layering simple but hypnotic beats and melodies over the top. Sampling the band Chicago's 1979 track 'Street Player', Kenny Dope created a slick piece of house that forces hands in the air everywhere.Given the crowded field, we’ve been ultra-selective in compiling this all-bangers, no-clangers playlist and limited it to one song per artist. Many words have been written about ‘Smells Like Teen Spirit,’ and we’re about to add a few more, but it’s almost impossible to overstate the sonic earthquake that this song caused around the world in 1991. I love 80s and 90s music, 90s dance pop was pretty awful at the time but seems to have improved with age, every track had me grinning from ear to ear! Long before becoming a staple of dorm-room posters, Wu-Tang was a scrappy crew rising out of the slums of Staten Island. In today’s fragmented musical landscape, it’s hard to fathom the full-spectrum dominance Oasis enjoyed in the mid-’90s.

M.’ is like a thesis statement for Wu’s entire philosophy, steeped in kung-fu geekery, RZA's game-changing beats, and the whiplash between Method Man’s smooth flow and ODB’s feral slurring. Like the Seattle superstars on ‘In Utero’, Dorset’s very own Polly Jean Harvey turned to punk rock recording engineer Steve Albini (known for his raw, unvarnished sound) for her second album ‘Rid of Me’. Drugs, murder, HIV: Lisa ‘Left Eye’ Lopez’s verses treat life's tragedies with wisdom, patience and soul, before her rap preaches the power of hope and self-belief.They ended the decade recording the ultra-moody, minimal, esoteric electronic tracks that would end up on Kid A. Check out our setlist below to see what we play, and get in touch if you’d like to book us for your event! You are permitted to play this music online, both live streaming and pre-recorded videos, with no licence fees.

With its sultry male vocals, pristine beats and deep arrangement, it's far and away the most sought after record on the label's catalog. Yeah, ‘ Organ Donor’ is great and everything, but this supremely mellow number has stood the test of time far better. Fun fact: The famous line "These sounds fall into my mind" actually reads "Street sounds swirling through my mind".Whack on ‘Fantasy’ next time your bus is stuck in a traffic jam and for a second, you might just think you're cruising down a California highway with the top down.



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