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Subject: 1990s Dance music and Eurodance thread.

Written By: violet_shy on 09/09/18 at 6:46 am

Dance music was at it's best in the 1990s! I wish music still sounded like that.

Here are a couple I remember:

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Subject: Re: 1990s Dance music and Eurodance thread.

Written By: violet_shy on 09/09/18 at 7:45 am

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Subject: Re: 1990s Dance music and Eurodance thread.

Written By: exodus08 on 09/09/18 at 2:03 pm

Capital Sound - In the night (1994)
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Subject: Re: 1990s Dance music and Eurodance thread.

Written By: violet_shy on 09/10/18 at 1:34 pm

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Subject: Re: 1990s Dance music and Eurodance thread.

Written By: aja675 on 09/12/18 at 4:01 am


Capital Sound - In the night (1994)
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OMG, I know that song. :D BTW, that song once got me in trouble over at City-Data. http://www.city-data.com/forum/music/2142256-rate-song-above-you-any-genre-9.html#post36512581

Subject: Re: 1990s Dance music and Eurodance thread.

Written By: KatanaChick on 09/15/18 at 4:15 pm

I miss the Eurodance era! The songs were upbeat and fun. Skating rinks played them all the time. One of my favorites was Be My Lover by La Bouche. I hope a revival will come around.

Subject: Re: 1990s Dance music and Eurodance thread.

Written By: cowboy on 02/02/19 at 4:13 am

It's often forgotten that the 90s had many songs like that in Europe and Japan that were based on the 1988-1990 Stock Aitken Waterman sound. Seems like for Eurodance the 80s transitioned into the 90s gradually. ;)
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This one is very interesting. The intro reminds me a bit of the intro of the huge European mid 90s hit Bailando by Paradisio and other 90s songs. However, the verses, the choruses and the stuttering are very 80s, ripped off from Sonia's You'll Never Stop Me Loving You & Can't Forget You (the stuttering and the scratch in the middle 8 ). Still, the melody is not completely lifted off the Sonia track. I love the melody despite the thick accent. :)

Subject: Re: 1990s Dance music and Eurodance thread.

Written By: aja675 on 02/02/19 at 4:26 am


It's often forgotten that the 90s had many songs like that in Europe and Japan that were based on the 1988-1990 Stock Aitken Waterman sound. Seems like for Eurodance the 80s transitioned into the 90s gradually. ;)
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This one is very interesting. The intro reminds me a bit of the intro of the huge European mid 90s hit Bailando by Paradisio and other 90s songs. However, the verses, the choruses and the stuttering are very 80s, ripped off from Sonia's You'll Never Stop Me Loving You & Can't Forget You (the stuttering and the scratch in the middle 8 ). Still, the melody is not completely lifted off the Sonia track. I love the melody despite the thick accent. :)
Come to think about it, Stock Aitken Waterman songs themselves started to get a little housier circa 1989.

Subject: Re: 1990s Dance music and Eurodance thread.

Written By: fgbn on 02/02/19 at 8:41 pm

music that was popular when i was a child
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Subject: Re: 1990s Dance music and Eurodance thread.

Written By: nally on 02/02/19 at 8:48 pm


music that was popular when i was a child
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I remember that one from the middle part of the decade (late 94/early 95). Man, that takes me back. Of course, lots of dance-pop music of that nature was popular around that time... which for me was my teenage years.

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