The music of the 1990s gets a spotlight as groundbreaking artists from Madonna and Michael Bolton to Roxette release some of Britain’s most popular songs of the decade, cementing their place as the cultural phenomena they continue to be today. Following the success of Britain’s Favourite 80s Songs we now move onto the 1990s the decade of Britpop, Grunge, Trip Hop and of course Girlpower so same Formula as the 80s by showcasing the 30 Best Sellers for each year of the decade joined with various people talking about how great the Music was and as they always say Enjoy
Chart countdown celebrating the biggest-selling singles of the 90s, with revealing interviews from the musicians that made them, from Cliff Richard to Blur’s Alex James, Peter Andre and Shaun Ryder. The 1990s were an era when Elton John scored one of the biggest selling singles of all time with his revamp of Candle in the Wind. However, TV superstars Robson and Jerome were also a Top 40 force to be reckoned with.
As were the likes of Wet Wet Wet, Aqua, Cher, and the man who dominated the charts in 1991 with his theme to Robin Hood: Prince of Thieves, Bryan Adams. Here’s a look back at some of the biggest chart smashes of a decade which gave us the movie Titanic, the Spice Girls, and Teletubbies. This documentary not only discusses the music and the culture at the time. But speaks to the people who created the music of those times.
Exclusive interviews with: John Matthews Frontman of Undercover, Pete Waterman of producing team Stock Aitken and Waterman, Alex James of BLUR, Shane Lynch of BOYZONE, Paul Gambaccini Radio 1 DJ, 1980s & 90s, Edele Lynch of B*ewitched, Tommy Cunningham Drummer of WET WET WET, Maria Nayler of One & One, Lorraine Crosby original singer of “I’d Do Anything For Love”, Lee Latchford- Evans & Ian “H” Watkins of STEPS, Kerry Katona of Atomic Kitten, Rowland Rivron drummer of Fat Les, John Robb Journalist, Sir Cliff Richard, Vaughn Ardell Video Director (Robbie Williams’ “Angels”), Errol Reid Frontman of China Black, Richard Norris of The Grid, Peter Andre Singer, Angie Brown Singer, Katie Puckrik TV Presenter The Word, Tito Jackson of The Jackson 5, Sybil Singer, Shaun Ryder of The Happy Mondays, Lindy Layton Frontwoman of Beats International, Damon Rochefort Musician, Nomad, Robert Elms writer of The Face Magazine circa 1981 to 1990, Ultra Naté Singer, Peter Hook Bassist for New Order, Chesney Hawkes Frontman of The One And Only, Eric Martin of Technotronic, Rowetta Singer of The Happy Mondays, James Atkin Frontman of EMF, Hannah Spearritt of S Club 7, Robin Campbell of UB40, Bobak Kianoush of Another Level, Divina De Campo Drag Queen and Diane Youdale of Jet, Gladiators.
Running time is 1 Hour 34 Minutes 14 Seconds
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