I know, I know, we’re supposed to be on the letter Y today but here’s another wildcard: World Clique by Deee-Lite.
You see, I was going to pick You’ve Come A Long Way Baby by Fat Boy Slim, but after listening to it again, I realised that I don’t like it anymore.
So instead, here’s World Clique, an album from the 90s that I still love.
I turned sixteen in 1990, and Groove is in the heart was played everywhere that year, at every party, and on the radio all the time; it was inescapable.
I cannot now remember what made me buy this album; was it a review in a magazine, or was I just feeling adventurous that day I walked into the shop? Maybe I was given it for Christmas?
Regardless of how I got it, World Clique whisked me away on a musical journey that was all neon lights, cosmic beats and fun lyrics, and I loved every minute of it.
The best thing is, it still sounds just as fresh today.
Stream it below!
More A to Z Best 90s Albums: Achtung Baby, Blissed Out, Conscience, Debut, Erotica, Foxbase Alpha, Garbage, Homogenic, I do not want what I haven’t got, janet., Kylie Minogue, Listen Without Prejudice Vol. 1, Maverick A Strike, 99.9F, Odelay, Play, The Martyr Mantras, Happiness, Skin, True Spirit, UK Blak, The Velvet Rope, Walking Wounded, For Pleasure
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