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Indie, Britpop or Techno?

It's hard to believe the 1990s was two decades ago already, isn't it - but it has been twenty years since the time of raves and grunge, All Saints and the Spice Girls. At the start of the decade it was considered "posh" if you had more than one land phone in your house. by the end, people were beginning to get the Internet and mobile phones. And look at where we are now! It seems like only yesterday you were shouting downstairs for your mum to hang up the phone in the hall so that you could spend two hours talking to your friend about your latest celebrity crush without interruptions!

A recent TV ad has brought back the wonderment of East 17's first single, and immediately threw us all back to the years of those ridiculous beanie hats, and jackets that looked like repurposed rubber dinghies. we can't wait to celebrate all of these ridiculous-yet-awesome points of the 1990s at the Butlins '90s Reloaded weekend on 20th November. With appearances from Toby Anstis, Livin'Joy, Dave Pearce, Chicane and Happy Clappers, we're sure this is not to be missed. There is also music from classic London superclub, Ministry of Sound - which really came into its own in the '90s with the launch of their first Anthems album in 1991. All of those classic clubbing tunes of the '90s are sure to be played for us all to dance along to. What a treat.

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