Let's start off with the chart from this week in September 1990
Nightlife in Boyle 1990
|SKY TV Head of comedy, Lucy Lumsden with the cast of Moone Boy|
|The Moone Family|
| No1 September 1998|
Ted was a geek in high school, who was going to go
to the prom with one of the most popular girls in school, Mary.The prom date never happened, because
Ted had a very unusual accident. Thirteen years later
he realizes he is still in love with Mary, so he hires a
private investigator to track her down.
That investigator discovers he too may be in love with
Mary, so he gives Ted some false information to keep
him away from her. But soon Ted finds himself back
into Mary's life, as we watch one funny scene after another.
WET WET WET TOPPED THE CHART IN AUGUST 1994
WITH LOVE IS ALL AROUND
In 1994, Wet Wet Wet had their biggest hit, a cover version of the Troggs single "Love Is All Around", which was a huge international success and spent fifteen weeks atop the British charts.
This long run at number one was helped by the runaway success of the movie Four Weddings and a funeral.
The film follows the fortunes of Charles and his friends as they wonder if they will ever find true love and marry. Charles thinks he's found "Miss Right" in Carrie, an American. This British subtle comedy revolves around Charlie, his friends and the four weddings and one funeral which they attend.
Charlie McGettigan and Paul Harrington are runaway winners, giving Ireland its third victory in a row.
BRIT POP 1994
Noel Gallagher began working on "Live Forever" in 1991, while working for a building company in his hometown of Manchester. After his foot was crushed by a pipe in an accident, he was given a less-strenuous job working in the storeroom, allowing him more time to write songs. One night, he was listening to The Rolling Stones' album Exile on Main St.; while playing one of his own chord progressions, Gallagher noted that it sounded good against one of the vocal melodies from the album: "It was the bit from "Shine a Light" that goes [sings], "May the good Lord shine a light on you"", Gallagher recalled. Gallagher incorporated the melody, changing the line to "Maybe I don't really want to know".
WHAT WE READ 1994
Not as popular as it was in the 80's but still going strong Smash Hits
had the the pictures of the artists ,bands and the all important lyrics of the top songs.
I bought them weekly back in the 80's along with 'Record Mirror'.Had a tower of them in the bedroom. Alas,
all gone now over the years.
Sure do ,used to have the song lyrics printed!
Wasn't Neil Tennant from the Petshopboys
one of the editors.
In 1994 everyone was going cross-eyed trying to see pictures hidden in a mosaic of coloured dots.Everyone had a different
recipe to make the images appear - staring at a point on the wall behind the picture, looking at it through glass, in a mirror,
But basically you could either see the picture or you couldn't,
which left half the country convinced they had been the victims
of a massive April Fools' joke.
Magic Eye images may be easier to see if viewed on paper rather than a computer screen. If possible, print this image and follow the instructions below. (You don't need to print in color.)
Hold the center of the printed image right up to your nose.
It should be blurry. Focus as though you are looking through the image into the distance. Very slowly move the image away from your face until the two squares above the image turn into three squares. If you see four squares, move the image farther away
from your face until you see three squares.
If you see one or two squares, start over!
When you clearly see three squares, hold the page still, and the hidden image will magically appear. Once you perceive the hidden image and depth, you can look around the entire 3D image. The longer you look, the clearer the illusion becomes. The farther away you hold the page, the deeper it becomes. Good Luck!
Heres What You're supposed to see