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Knaldskalle on Feb 5 2015, 10:14:17 AM wrote:
Local Hero -- aka MestnyiGeroi on Feb 5 2015, 09:48:51 AM wrote:
Lammetje on Feb 1 2015, 03:14:15 PM wrote:Crap music?!? :satstunned: :'( It's one of the best songs ever made! :worship:
I have to admit that I've spent a few days trying to wrap my head around this statement, mulling over all the angles as to how someone could possibly think this. Of course, I thought you were joking at first, but then you later said you were serious.

I bet you're also serious as cancer when you say the rhythm is a dancer. tehe
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What's so terrible about What Is Love? :'( I honestly regard a couple of eurodance songs as (modern-ish) classics. Apart from the ones already mentioned I love these as well:







And there's more where that came from. I'll admit that I consider them guilty pleasures rather than brilliant pieces of art, but What Is Love has to be one of the best. Anywho, eurodance fans unite and post your favorite songs here! Image
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I don't think there's anything to be guilty about, What Is Love is one of the greatest songs of the 90s. It's the others that are crazy :P
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not the biggest fan, especially of the ones you posted, but I've heard pretty much all of it before moving on to less pop electronic

a few that caught my ear and I have put in VK library





(track 1)









and the best ever


Future Beat - Destiny was my favorite eurohouse album, but it did not make my top 300 overall
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Magenta Bob on Feb 5 2015, 11:41:43 AM wrote:I don't think there's anything to be guilty about, What Is Love is one of the greatest songs of the 90s. It's the others that are crazy :P
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Don't know if this is Eurodance (wtf is that mean), I call it gay 90' music
(La Bouche is a genuine stupid name for a group)

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Some of the ones I remember:





My favorite:



As someone who has lived right through it, it's a bit hard to say where Eurohouse ends and other subgenres like German rave, trance and happy hardcore/mellow start though. I only heard the term eurohouse until way after these things were popular.
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It's really fun going through this thread, reliving my early teen years. Some of the most awful music, I'm laughing my ass off on some of the clips. :lol:

Army of Lovers, can it get worse? :yucky:

Not Eurodance I think, but just some of those awful 90's stuff I remember. A group of which every song sounded the same:
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joachimt on Feb 6 2015, 04:48:46 AM wrote:It's really fun going through this thread, reliving my early teen years. Some of the most awful music, I'm laughing my ass off on some of the clips. :lol:

Army of Lovers, can it get worse? :yucky:

Not Eurodance I think, but just some of those awful 90's stuff I remember. A group of which every song sounded the same:
disagree. I still love that whole album, guess this is my 1st fav'd album, had it on tape

probably does count as eurodance

the most irresistible track is this one
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I do recall most of these quite well.. I even liked some Dr.Alban back in the day :lol: At least the Swedish dentist had a bit more sensible lyrics compared to the others.. but it's not really fair to compare this to some more serious music, totally different things.
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Ha, I'm completely with you, Lammetje! :thumbsup:

And no, of course it's not high-brow music, but Eurodance is one of the damndest catchy genres in the world and I enjoy it a lot, once in a while.
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Now certainly you guys didn't forget this classic.

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joachimt on Feb 6 2015, 04:48:46 AM wrote:Army of Lovers, can it get worse? :yucky:
Didn't really want to do this, but:





One I did like (but not really the early 90s:

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Onderhond on Feb 6 2015, 04:37:39 AM wrote:My favorite:

This is nice, haven't heard it before.
joachimt on Feb 6 2015, 04:48:46 AM wrote:Not Eurodance I think, but just some of those awful 90's stuff I remember. A group of which every song sounded the same:
Another classic! :happy:
Armoreska on Feb 6 2015, 05:29:06 AM wrote:the most irresistible track is this one
I guess I should check out that album.
bal3x on Feb 6 2015, 08:08:39 AM wrote:I do recall most of these quite well.. I even liked some Dr.Alban back in the day :lol: At least the Swedish dentist had a bit more sensible lyrics compared to the others.. but it's not really fair to compare this to some more serious music, totally different things.
While I understand why you would say this, it still sounds a little condescending. It doesn't necessarily take seriousness or brilliance to create a good song.
Gershwin on Feb 6 2015, 09:11:24 AM wrote:Ha, I'm completely with you, Lammetje! :thumbsup:

And no, of course it's not high-brow music, but Eurodance is one of the damndest catchy genres in the world and I enjoy it a lot, once in a while.
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Never heard The Key, The Secret? That song was everywhere! Dodgem car music! (botsautomuziek) :D
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Now we're getting somewhere! Don't you just love DJ Bobo's accent? :lol:

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Another one you couldn't escape from.

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Didn't mean to be "condescending", I just think you can appreciate there's a difference between music intended for the "legs" and the one intended for the "brain", these are apples and oranges. One is not excluding the other though, - this is actually similar to that discussion about movies when under 'serious' films there's always a thread with someone saying 'go watch a Bay movie'... as if people cannot enjoy both... the fact that I prefer to listen to VDGG or Gentle Giant does not mean I never listen to some more 'accessible' music. I think there's room for everything.

This one was huge back in the days:

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Lammetje on Feb 6 2015, 09:38:55 AM wrote:
bal3x on Feb 6 2015, 08:08:39 AM wrote:I do recall most of these quite well.. I even liked some Dr.Alban back in the day :lol: At least the Swedish dentist had a bit more sensible lyrics compared to the others.. but it's not really fair to compare this to some more serious music, totally different things.
While I understand why you would say this, it still sounds a little condescending. It doesn't necessarily take seriousness or brilliance to create a good song.
:lol: Just the slightest, gentlest non-praise of one aspect of this music from bal3x and there is offended pushback. I can't imagine what would be the reception to the opinion of this music from, well, pretty much 95% of everyone I ever discussed music with in my life. This is an appreciation thread, so I have no desire to give my opinion, but what is most shocking here to me is not that some Europeans still love this music; what's shocking to me is that some of you seem shocked that this music isn't necessarily held in the highest esteem by everyone else. That thought is just utterly, utterly, utterly amazing to me. :P

How's that for condescending? :lol: Anyway, if you can't read my tone here, I'm typing with a smile on my face, not with angry disgust. I mean no offense to any fans. Music is music, and most people love what they grow up hearing most. :P
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Local Hero -- aka MestnyiGeroi on Feb 6 2015, 11:49:56 AM wrote:
Lammetje on Feb 6 2015, 09:38:55 AM wrote:
bal3x on Feb 6 2015, 08:08:39 AM wrote:I do recall most of these quite well.. I even liked some Dr.Alban back in the day :lol: At least the Swedish dentist had a bit more sensible lyrics compared to the others.. but it's not really fair to compare this to some more serious music, totally different things.
While I understand why you would say this, it still sounds a little condescending. It doesn't necessarily take seriousness or brilliance to create a good song.
:lol: Just the slightest, gentlest non-praise of one aspect of this music from bal3x and there is offended pushback. I can't imagine what would be the reception to the opinion of this music from, well, pretty much 95% of everyone I ever discussed music with in my life. This is an appreciation thread, so I have no desire to give my opinion, but what is most shocking here to me is not that some Europeans still love this music; what's shocking to me is that some of you seem shocked that this music isn't necessarily held in the highest esteem by everyone else. That thought is just utterly, utterly, utterly amazing to me. :P

How's that for condescending? :lol: Anyway, if you can't read my tone here, I'm typing with a smile on my face, not with angry disgust. I mean no offense to any fans. Music is music, and most people love what they grow up hearing most. :P
I'll admit I overreacted a little once or twice. However, I don't think anybody is "shocked that this music isn't necessarily held in the highest esteem by everyone else". I just expected a bit more affection toward it (which eventually came). Now that that is settled, KINDLY GET OUT OF THIS THREAD, YOU HEATHEN! :angry: :P
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Lammetje on Feb 6 2015, 02:57:51 PM wrote:
Local Hero -- aka MestnyiGeroi on Feb 6 2015, 11:49:56 AM wrote:
Lammetje on Feb 6 2015, 09:38:55 AM wrote:While I understand why you would say this, it still sounds a little condescending. It doesn't necessarily take seriousness or brilliance to create a good song.
:lol: Just the slightest, gentlest non-praise of one aspect of this music from bal3x and there is offended pushback. I can't imagine what would be the reception to the opinion of this music from, well, pretty much 95% of everyone I ever discussed music with in my life. This is an appreciation thread, so I have no desire to give my opinion, but what is most shocking here to me is not that some Europeans still love this music; what's shocking to me is that some of you seem shocked that this music isn't necessarily held in the highest esteem by everyone else. That thought is just utterly, utterly, utterly amazing to me. :P

How's that for condescending? :lol: Anyway, if you can't read my tone here, I'm typing with a smile on my face, not with angry disgust. I mean no offense to any fans. Music is music, and most people love what they grow up hearing most. :P
I'll admit I overreacted a little once or twice. However, I don't think anybody is "shocked that this music isn't necessarily held in the highest esteem by everyone else". I just expected a bit more affection toward it (which eventually came). Now that that is settled, KINDLY GET OUT OF THIS THREAD, YOU HEATHEN! :angry: :P
I'll go, with this parting contribution (referenced earlier):

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Local Hero -- aka MestnyiGeroi on Feb 6 2015, 03:01:43 PM wrote:
Lammetje on Feb 6 2015, 02:57:51 PM wrote:
Local Hero -- aka MestnyiGeroi on Feb 6 2015, 11:49:56 AM wrote: :lol: Just the slightest, gentlest non-praise of one aspect of this music from bal3x and there is offended pushback. I can't imagine what would be the reception to the opinion of this music from, well, pretty much 95% of everyone I ever discussed music with in my life. This is an appreciation thread, so I have no desire to give my opinion, but what is most shocking here to me is not that some Europeans still love this music; what's shocking to me is that some of you seem shocked that this music isn't necessarily held in the highest esteem by everyone else. That thought is just utterly, utterly, utterly amazing to me. :P

How's that for condescending? :lol: Anyway, if you can't read my tone here, I'm typing with a smile on my face, not with angry disgust. I mean no offense to any fans. Music is music, and most people love what they grow up hearing most. :P
I'll admit I overreacted a little once or twice. However, I don't think anybody is "shocked that this music isn't necessarily held in the highest esteem by everyone else". I just expected a bit more affection toward it (which eventually came). Now that that is settled, KINDLY GET OUT OF THIS THREAD, YOU HEATHEN! :angry: :P
I'll go, with this parting contribution (referenced earlier):

That intro still gives me the chills, so beautiful. (l) Sure you don't want to stay?
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Local Hero -- aka MestnyiGeroi on Feb 6 2015, 03:01:43 PM wrote:
Lammetje on Feb 6 2015, 02:57:51 PM wrote:
Local Hero -- aka MestnyiGeroi on Feb 6 2015, 11:49:56 AM wrote: :lol: Just the slightest, gentlest non-praise of one aspect of this music from bal3x and there is offended pushback. I can't imagine what would be the reception to the opinion of this music from, well, pretty much 95% of everyone I ever discussed music with in my life. This is an appreciation thread, so I have no desire to give my opinion, but what is most shocking here to me is not that some Europeans still love this music; what's shocking to me is that some of you seem shocked that this music isn't necessarily held in the highest esteem by everyone else. That thought is just utterly, utterly, utterly amazing to me. :P

How's that for condescending? :lol: Anyway, if you can't read my tone here, I'm typing with a smile on my face, not with angry disgust. I mean no offense to any fans. Music is music, and most people love what they grow up hearing most. :P
I'll admit I overreacted a little once or twice. However, I don't think anybody is "shocked that this music isn't necessarily held in the highest esteem by everyone else". I just expected a bit more affection toward it (which eventually came). Now that that is settled, KINDLY GET OUT OF THIS THREAD, YOU HEATHEN! :angry: :P
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Lammetje on Feb 6 2015, 03:04:46 PM wrote:
That intro still gives me the chills, so beautiful. (l) Sure you don't want to stay?
OK, then, one last one that's also been referenced but not included yet:

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This was one catchy tune:

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A few friends of mine formed a dj act based on the concept of playing eurodance exclusively. This happened a couple years ago and since then they never stopped being booked.

This is a full set at a local festival

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So who remembers this?

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I suddenly thought of this song. That's where eurodance reached an all-time low, I suppose.

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I've heard that song before. Pretty bad, but funny! :lol:
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Gershwin on Feb 12 2015, 09:58:03 AM wrote:I suddenly thought of this song. That's where eurodance reached an all-time low, I suppose.

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Onderhond on Feb 9 2015, 07:05:09 PM wrote:So who remembers this?

well, i do
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When that nostalgic feeling hits your spine..




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1918 - 100 - 2018
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The 90's shall live forever!
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But this is not a 90s song. :/
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Bump!

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Is Bump the title of a Eurodance song? Could just as well be so. Remember the song called Poing? Was a big hit back then.

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so I ranked all tracks on an album 4 the 1st time - one where popularity is a bit backwards

Ace of Base - Happy Nation aka The Sign (way to rename an album by the lamest song on it)
and it includes all official versions

1. Waiting For Magic (totally NOT the remix) - all-time 500 material
2. Young And Proud
3. Dancer In A Daydream - only song sang by just Linn (the best of the two) - all-time 1000 material, both not even singles WUT!
4. Happy Nation - all-time 2000 material
5. All That She Wants
6. Fashion Party - MOR!TAL! KOM!BAT! - sang by just Jenny
7. Wheel Of Fortune (Club Mix) - two club versions actually, they're similar, but only one is on the album
8. Wheel Of Fortune
9. Living In Danger
10. My Mind (Mindless Mix) - sang by just Jenny
11. Don't Turn Around
12. Voulez-Vous Danser
13. Moogoperator - strong album tracks that collectively would have been enough for me to fav the album even w/o the top 3
14. Münchhausen (Just Chaos)
15. Hear Me Calling
16. The Sign
17. Giving It Up (Ace Version)
18. Dimension of Depth
19-21... rest of the remixes - total filler
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haven't heard this mix in 15 years
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/forum.icmforum.com/viewtopic.php?f=1&t=1434
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