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Socoder -> Off Topic -> UK vs US Hits

Posted : Thursday, 02 December 2021, 13:34
Brice
Top Song From 1989 (Part One)
Ride On Time - Black Box
Swing The Mood - Jive Bunny And The Mastermixers
Back To Life (however Do You Want Me) - Soul Ii Soul Featuring Caron Wheeler
Somethings Gotten Hold Of My Heart - Marc Almond Featuring Special Guest Star Gene Pitney


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What alternate universe on SLiders did these songs today even exist?
Posted : Thursday, 02 December 2021, 13:34
Jayenkai
Not only exist.. Four of the most popular tracks of that year!

Rychan chose to end these polls at 1989, and it's probably a good thing.
I'm not sure you'd've coped, had Mr Blobby shown up.

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Posted : Thursday, 02 December 2021, 22:33
Brice
Usually, what is big over there comes over here and gets really huge. Often stuff from there will chart higher and longer here than there, but our music has always been driven by your music. And even if I may not like a band, I have at least heard of them. In '89 I worked at a music video station and did some work on the radio. Truly never heard of any of these except Gene Pitney.

'89 was the last good year for music IMHO. So when things settle, I will revisit this and track the songs down, would likely like them.