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rebecca

this is genius, an online PhD made of candy.

Tipsy McStaggers

I tip my hat to you my friend - you are a man among men today

Sean

Where were you spinning in the Slope?

Ian

Hmmm.... well it's no "Let's Hear it For the 90s."

Kidding. Loves it.

Alex

ugh...thanks for the pretentious history lesson. it was uh...pretentious.

Douglas

You must be like 40-something to be entitled to preach this much.

brandy

Cathy Dennis wrote "Toxic", and actually sings most of the higher parts.
I remember most of these songs from school dances.
Im way too old.

Not Susan

Ignore the naysayers: thank you so much. I used to go dance to these every weekend (my job as a nightlife columnist was just an excuse to make money while going out.) All of my stuff was on vinyl and left in my apartment on E. 3rd street when I moved to the Midwest a couple of years ago...*sigh*. I will listed to this, a lot, and thank you each time.

Foxy

It's like Q102 or Eagle 106 all over again...

Carl!

Absolutely ignore the naysayers! This is an excellent mix, and utterly inspiring. (And I hear you about the 90s, sweet fancy Moses that set list brought me back.)

Mark Castro

PLEASE HELP me find a song. It might be late 80s 90s a dance hip hop song. intro "it began in africa" and then the beat gets really fast "get up get up and boggie higher" " show me all your love" thats all i remember pls anyone email me thugztyle@hotmail.com

Mick

What an incredible walk down memory lane. Thanks for the great mixes...we are lovin' each and every one!

Rusty

Jomanda...I love her...thanks for sharing her with the world...you are the best!

Casey

Oh, shit! (Lisa Lisa! Black Box! TechnoTRONIC! *weep*) These were the songs I used to hear on Rick Dee's Countdown (was it ever a hundred? or at least fifty?) every weekend . . . the soundtrack to mornings spent playing rented video games for my 8-bit Nintendo . . .

dat nigga vaughn

great mix - but you used the wrong versions on a few cuts.
bg the prince of rap - its the hard n heavy remix you want here.
bingoboys - the ambient ny house was an ignored remix on the cd single and 12.

well done on using the correct mix of stevie v though - i scream everytime i hear the wack dime n dollarz remix!

peace.

dat nigga vaughn

great mix - but you used the wrong versions on a few cuts.
bg the prince of rap - its the hard n heavy remix you want here.
bingoboys - the ambient ny house was an ignored remix on the cd single and 12.

well done on using the correct mix of stevie v though - i scream everytime i hear the wack dime n dollarz remix!

peace.

michelle

boy you brought it back wow!!!! this reminds of the good days i wish i was there again

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