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Now 100 Hits - Forgotten 90's (Universal/Sony)
Graham Clark, Features Writer
You might not even remember in the first place some of the tracks spread over this 5 CD compilation.

I'm sure though that you will recall the Number 1 hit in 1992 from Jimmy Nail and Ain't No Doubt. If you want to recall the soulful vibes of Always There from Incognito featuring Jocelyn Brown then you are in luck as this house music gem is included here.

I wonder what happened to Bradford's Tasmin Archer? Her Number 1 hit Sleeping Satellite is on CD2 as is the infectious S Club Party from S Club 7. If there was ever an act to reform it would be the original line up of S Club 7.

Representing the Brit Pop invasion are Dodgy with Good Enough. Another Bradford act Terrorvision appear with Tequila and Cast deliver Walkaway. Instead of the Oasis original version of Wonderwall we get the cheesy take by Mike Flowers Pop.

There are some big hitters too like Billy Joel with The River of Dreams and Meat Loaf with Rock and Roll Dreams Come Through.

If you do remember any of these tracks you are in for an aural delight.

I rate the album 3 out of 5.

Also by Graham Clark...
Double Tree By Hilton Harrogate Majestic
Little Mix Takeover Leeds Arena
Squeeze - A Tight Squeeze In Harrogate
Adam Ant Charms York Barbican
Are You Up For The Challenge At Meat Liquor, Leeds?


Now 100 Hits - Forgotten 90's (Universal/Sony), 8th November 2019, 16:08 PM