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    Toto - Africa

    Before my time obviously but a great pop track that reminds me of being in the car with my dad as it was on the radio.

    Bowie - Ashes to Ashes

    Reminds me of playing in the Snooker hall as a kid where my dad would take me and my sister. Not sure why. Must have came on in the bar.

    Queen - Radio Gaga

    Reminds me of Aston and my nans house as my uncle is a Queen fan.

    DJ Pied Piper - Do You Really Like It

    Thought this was earlier than 01. Reminds me of summer and playing out after school.

    Christina Aguilera - Dirrty

    Reminds me of coming home from school and watching the video with a boner.
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    This one reminds me of being 14-15, having a big group of friends that all lived on the same road, we'd hang out in each other's driveways all day until the late hours in the summer holidays. Great times

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    I learnt all the dance moves to this song when I was 10. This was my favourite movie at the time.
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    (Original post by Mistletoe)
    sweet 90's peace and harmony
    Reminds me of going out with my dad and step-mum when I was a kid
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    JME, Skepta, Lady Fury, Tinchy - Still Tippin Remix

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    Wiley, JME, Ears - Grim

    Both remind me of summer 2005 or 6, bluetoothing tunes and instrumentals. Got Forward Riddim and Gunshot Riddim with these and was :cool:
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    Omg everyone in year 5/6 did this dance
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    Kevin little turn me on

    Rupee tempted to touch

    Dutty wine

    T2 ft Jodie (something like that) heartbroken

    Tpain buy you a drank + other Tpain songs

    Mario let me love you

    Old Ndubz songs (wasn't a fan myself)

    These songs just came to mind but ther are more which all remind me of secondary school. I grew up in London which I think makes a difference. I believe that things trend differently in London compared to outside London? I'm not sure, maybe I'm wrong.

    But we were allowed in the classroom during lunch and breaks. Guys usually all went outside. Girls stayed in and would either play music through their phones or connect it to the IWB and dance. or just vibe and chill.
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    Jennifer Lopez - I'm Real

    I used to get real excited when it was played on The Box.

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    This takes me back to being 17 and me and my bf had just started going out and it was the summer and we were always down the beach with friends and it was generally just a really happy time and really light and care free. Times are still good with me and my partner don't get me wrong, I just sometimes miss the whole vibe of that time, if that makes sense?
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    (Original post by UWS)
    This one is a classic.

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    This song

    https://youtu.be/dQw4w9WgXcQ

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    And this song

    https://youtu.be/PlrWUiK-vNo

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