90's 'dance'

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history is made at night
Wasn't this also chill rob g's song originally, produced by mark the 45 king then redone by snap?

Not exactly, but according to this song's very own wikipedia entry, it includes samples from "Let the Words Flow" by Chill Rob G, "Love's Gonna Get You" by Jocelyn Brown, and "King Of The Beats" by Mantronix.
 

mms

sometimes
here we are

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i got the record, it was re-recorded by snap or something...
 
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simon silverdollar

Guest
i think i need to listen to bit of Theo Parrish after all this...;)
 

craner

Beast of Burden
The Brookside referencing:

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"Max, don't have sex with your ex!/It will make your life complex..."

MAX-PAT2.jpg
 

Billy Bevan

likes pies
here we are

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i got the record, it was re-recorded by snap or something...

amazing
 

Billy Bevan

likes pies
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Benny B

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Felt very naughty listening to this when I was 13. Listening back to it now is mental. Proper filthy Ghetto house, like Cajmere's 'Percolator' or something.
 

tyranny

Well-known member
Not the only incongruous political use of 1990s euro dance pop I came across in that period. Once I was in club in West Belfast where they played 2 Unlimited 'Get ready for this' and at the chanty bit most of the dancefloor started chanting 'I-IRA' along to the song.



http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wO1IVPrzMNc


The Cranberries - "Zombie" (Techno Remix) used to get a similar reaction whenever it was played in the fenian dives of my rural Irish youth.


Still - in terms of utterly comical misappropriation of pop music for political purposes it's no worse than Johnny "Mad Dog" Adair's UFF / UDA brigade adoption of Tina Turner "Simply the Best"
 
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