My poor memory combined with being a pothead, combined with a wild, overactive imagination, has pretty much ensured me that no matter what I learn, I will somehow not only forget it but actually make up something different in it's place. For example, Amy Jo Johnson aka the Pink Ranger was on Felicity and she played a deaf broad. My mind somehow convinced me that SHE was deaf in real life and I proceeded to tell everybody that fakefact every time Power Rangers was brought up, which was a lot. I guess I had forgotten that she a) is an actor b) played a deaf character on a show I watched religiously (shhh) and c) had a deaf friend named Melissa in Power Rangers. So naturally I decided that she MUST be deaf in real life and just an outstanding actor!
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So of course since everybody talks about how Much Dance '95 is the best, I automatically assumed that because 1) I couldn't remember which one '95 was and 2) I had absolutely LOVED the one Much Dance album that I had, that the two must be one and the same.
Again, only recently after agreeing with numerous people that '95 was the best, I tragically found out that the album I was referring to in my head wasn't '95 at all. It was '97.
Now I feel like I need to set the record straight.
'97 IS THE BEST MUCH DANCE ALBUM THERE IS.
Seriously, just look at the track listing:
The Notorious B.I.G. - "Hypnotize"
LL Cool J - "Doin' It"
Wyclef Jean - "We Tryin' To Stay Alive"
Robyn - "Do You Know (What It Takes)"
Savage Garden - "I Want You"
Hanson - "MMMBop"
Puff Daddy featuring Faith Evans & 112 - "I'll Be Missing You"
Unique II - "Break My Stride"
Jet Fuel - "Hang On! Here We Go"
U2 - "Discothèque"
Diana King - "I Say A Little Prayer"
The Cardigans - "Love Fool"
Backstreet Boys - "Quit Playing Games (With My Heart)"
OMC - "How Bizarre"
Love Inc. - "Broken Bones"
DJ Company - "Rhythm Of Love"
KRS-One - "Step Into A World"
*note: there's also a Much Dance MIX '97, but that's not even worth mentioning.*
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