Discussion in 'Moopy Moop' started by Kate, Sep 1, 2020.
OMG you were a DJ! WHERE?
I don't usually like music videos with sound effects intruding on the music, but the wedding punch up fits quite well with the ambience.
The Streets. Talk about of its time...
Jamie xx - All Under One Roof Raving (2014)
LAST SONG. I suspect no-one except @big ron and @funky might appreciate this, but I chuffing love it. The steel drums and whatever that scratchy thing is in the second half. <3
The long dead Y Bar on Essex Road. We never got paid (which was the cause of multiple arguments instigated by me) so I always thought, well, fuck you, I’m playing whatever the fuck I want
I have the same story, from her perspective. Khia was a favourite at my primary school.
Of all the playlist finales, this one most clearly evokes the certainty of the lights coming on to reveal a horrible provincial nightclub. I think that's a compliment.
Discovering the person you've been snogging for the last hour is a fucking UGGER and swiftly coming up with an excuse not to go home with them.
That was the intention so I'm pleased it CAME OFF!
Well there we go. Thank you for listening especially those that stuck it out!
And thank you @Kate. A highly enjoyable night with some great songs that I haven't heard for years.
Thanks for your service @Kate!
BLOODY HELL I've just taken a look at the tracklist
Is that a good WHAT, a bad WHAT or a WHAT THE HELL ARE ALL THESE SONGS WHAT?
Truly the M People of the noughties.
well you'll just have to wait and see WON'T YOU
speedrate coming up..
Thank you @Kate they WERE hot mess hits after all! Some keepers for sure and nice to hear my faves Bowie, Charlotte G and Architecture
Oh God I've missed SO MUCH PLEASURE!
THIS IS THE TITS. What a BANGER!
06 Daft Punk - Around The World - not my fave but I always appreciate their creativity
09 Estelle - American Boy - catchy AF and surprisingly aged well
05 Labrinth - Earthquake - don't like the R&B/electro mish mash stuff generally but this does sound great in a club/festival
08 Timbaland - The Way I Are - I had no idea you liked this stuff forget what I just said above because this is FAB
06 Metronomy - The Bay
05 John Grant - Black Belt
02 BC Camplight - I'm Desperate - not my thing
06 Charlotte Gainsbourg - Sylvia Says - not heard this but on 1st quick listen I like
05 Everything Everything - MY KZ UR BF - I don't hate it
05 David Bowie - Love Is Lost - but IS IT ART EDDY? I lovve Bowie but he's just too obscure for me sometimes
05 Hot Chip - Huarache Lights - I really like some of their stuff, this isn't my fave
99 Solange - Losing You - quite literally the greatest song in the history of ever. In all seriousness, it's between this and one other song for the best song of the century so far for me. Just can't cope with how perfect this song is.
08 Marving Gaye - Sexual Healing (Kygo) - Kygo can be samey but sometimes he gets it spot on. Love this
06 Planningtorock - Jam Fam - sounds like early OMD or Ultravox
06 Broken Bells - After The Disco - not heard this one but I like these
06 Pet Shop Boys - Undertow - not my favourite PSB but good. PSB have really grown on me over the years, they were always TOO GAY for me growing up but I've learnt to appreciate their talents
06 John Maus - Head For The Country - not heard this before. Sounds very now given it's ten years old (in that it sounds like it's from 1981)
cutting some of the indie stuff out cos it's taking too long
07 Crystal Castles - Not In Love
07 Bamboo - Bamboogie - what an ODD choice for a late 90s funky house banger bit commercial for me but fun
08 Gusto - Disco's Revenge - now this is more like it
06 D'Menace - Deep Menace
just really surprised by some of your choices! Part 2 coming up...
Well you have been OUT OF THE MOOP LOOP FOR SOME TIME funks!
10 Bizarre Inc - Playing With Knives - STONE COLD CLASSIC
11 3 Jays - Feeling It Too - really? I didn't think anyone else knew this. Classic late 90s funky house. Reminds me of my first holiday in Ibiza, Sonique played this song while DJing in my first night there and I LOST MY SHIT. The club version has a really long breakdown which makes the song even better
02 Guru Josh - Infinity- this remix is SHIT but the original is FABULOUS
07 Dannii Minogue - I Begin To Wonder - Dannii's always been a guilty pleasure.
-1 Mr Oizo - Flat Beat - Oh kate.
02 Misteeq - Why - I hate UK Garage
03 AKira The Don - Clones - I don't know her but this sounds like the electroclash that was big in the noughties
08 Mylo - Dr Pressure - reminds me of early London days. In fact I'm sure we danced to this on a moopy meet in dodgy Escape bar
03 Numero - Hit Pop
08 Deep Dish - Flashdance
ffing a couple... don't like early/ugly Calvin Harris
10 Ce Ce Rogers - Someday - I mean. Just yes.
00 Transx - I Hate this shit
08 King - Love & Pride - new wave tastic
07 Tears For Fears - Change - I LOVE TFF. Not as familliar with their really early stuff but I love all their stuff, honestly
05 Electronic - Reality - I'm sure this would have gone down well. I like these but this one is more cheesy for them
07 Kim Wilde - Never Trust A Stranger - Kim has aged really well
08 Simple Minds - Promised You A Miracle. I also LOVE Simple Minds. Again I prefer their peak mid/late 80s stuff to their earlier stuff but I like anyway
07 Erasure - Who Needs Love - I always think of Erasure as the best example of a band you don't pay much attention to but you put their greatest hits on and you like every single song.
03 Tinih Tempah - Pass out - No.
-- Like My Macarena - what have I just watched. I can't even rate that
07 Jamie xx - All Under One Roof Raving - I prefer some other stuff but I approve. Great way to wrap it up
Overall just a real inspired HOT MESS of a playlist with some real surprises. Fabulous!
Lick My Macarena is an absolutely brilliant choice. They just fit so well.
There's me SLAGGING Tinie Tempah to high heaven, and he goes and pops his head around the door for another song.
Sylvia Says is ace. I realise when I see other people's playlists that I'm uncultured SWINE for not knowing about these songs already.
@Kate on the subject of Everything Everything, I assume you already know about this:
Omg I missed kim wilde
I don't think I did in the end, purely because I found the German version a bit jarring.
Who's doing the next one?
I'll throw my hat in for one at some point. Just need to plan it in.
If it's anything like your lost years countdown, I'm in!
Tempted to host a NOUGHTIES NIGHT at SOME POINT
I'll be here for this! But not if you dismiss every song as "this old thing" or "I think my parents like this one"...
"I was only 3 when this was released!"
*plays Rain On Me*