90’s Dance Hangover Cure
I got accidentally and, based on the feeling of utter despair and illness today, extremely drunk last night. I am now sat at my desk looking at a half drank glass of champagne that my boss thought would be a good hangover cure at 10.30am. Naturally I didn’t announce my hangover to the office but it appears my face did independently judging by the frowns I am getting from fellow workers.
To give you an idea of just how drunk I was we time travelled and ended up in The Good Mixer.
We went to see Sleigh Bells at Camden’s Electric Ballroom last night (that Alexis knows how to throw a silhouette, amazing band live, only regret not being sober enough to remember it with complete clarity). Due to a pip squeak support act wearing high shine cycling shorts we started thinking of N-Trance. To keep me amused, and my attention away from what feels like being in a gin based pool of quicksand I’ve been listening to other 90’s dance tunes today. We all used to like these songs once didn’t we? When they were out I was wearing a lime green two piece outfit with knee-high boots on Torquay’s dancefloors drinking Taboo and Lemonade (£10 entry, drink all you like). I also didn’t get hangovers.
- N-Trance – Set You Free
- Baby D – Let Me Be Your Fantasy
- The Bucketheads – The Bomb
- Tori Amos – Professional Widow
- Moloko – Sing It Back
- The Nightcrawlers – Push The Feeling On
- Olive – You’re Not Alone
- Wamdue Project – King Of My Castle
- Felix – Don’t You Want Me
- Grace – Not Over Yet
- Madison Avenue – Don’t Call Me Baby
- The Real McCoy – Another Night
- Billy Ray Martin – Your Loving Arms
- Ultra Nate – Free
- Nomad – I Wanna Give You Devotion