I Love 1990

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Posted 03/08/2004 - 12:38:08 AM by theokcomputer:
 My friends and I wrote lyrics to the upbeat music from Dr. Mario. (That is, a few months ago. In 2003.) They read as follows: "Doctor Doctor Mario D-Doctor Mario Doctor Doctor Mario D-Doctor Mario-oh Doctor Doctor Mario D-Doctor Mario Doctor Doctor Mario oh oh-oh-oh"
Posted 03/08/2004 - 12:41:07 AM by samuelbloch:
 Akiva Gottlieb: so necessary.
Posted 03/09/2004 - 01:19:28 AM by IanMathers:
 Re: Nick's 'Nothing Compares 2 U' comment: Sinead kicks GNR's collective pasty asses. I can't believe I'm practically the only one up there showing that song some love.
Posted 03/09/2004 - 01:46:05 AM by badhaircut:
 "I pay the price to control the dice to the point I'm nice." That's either the best or the worst rhyme of the year. I can't decide which.
Posted 03/09/2004 - 02:28:49 AM by BryanNeil:
 Sinead O'Connor and Kids in the Hall were the best things about the 90's hands down. Thank you for reminding me how homosexual and white I am. This article was great.
Posted 03/10/2004 - 10:55:16 AM by Jank82:
 MC Hammer also used to have his own Saturday morning cartoon show. Description: "Hammer stars as Stanley Kirk Burrell, a worker at the community centre helping local children. Whenever the hammering beat of his rapping rhymes activates his magic dancing shoes, streetwise Stanley is transformed into Hammerman –the first musical superhero." Oh man, priceless.
Posted 03/10/2004 - 02:02:41 PM by NickSouthall:
 Oh my.
Posted 03/10/2004 - 03:44:59 PM by badhaircut:
 Did you ever see the episode where that evil grafitti dude turned him into grafitti with his magic spray cans? Surprised that no one mentioned MC Hammer's British Knights shoe commericals. Basically it was just "Here Comes The Hammer" but with "BKs" subsituted for the chorus while he ran around some playground full of kids. It was hot.
Posted 03/13/2004 - 03:15:06 AM by AUnterberger:'s I Love 1990 CD-R 80: 1. "Ice Ice Baby"-Vanilla Ice 2. "The Power"-Snap! 3. "The Only One I Know"-Charlatans UK 4. "Everybody Everybody"-Black Box 5. "Nothing Compares 2 U"-Sinnead O'Connor 6. "Brothers Gonna Work it Out"-Public Enemy 7. "Cradle of Love"-Billy Idol 8. "One Love"-Stone Roses 9. "World in Motion"-New Order 10. "Vogue"-Madonna 11. "Gonna Make You Sweat (Everybody Dance Now!)"-C&C; Music Factory 12. "Kinky Afro"-Happy Mondays 13. "Loaded"-Primal Scream 14. "Groove is in the Heart"-Dee-Lite 15. "U Can't Touch This"-MC Hammer 16. "Friends in Low Places"-Garth Brooks enjoy.