Summer 1990, GCSEs done, tapes of the Radio Sunday chart show featuring some of the following, blaring out at Finchley Open Air swimming pool:
ok, answering the question slightly more seriously this time.....
I started with the beatles, then jacko, madness, 80s chart pop, then acid house 88/89 was a game-changer, some acid jazz early 90s, then rave/hardcore/prog/trance for a bit, loved KLF, Orb, Underworld, Leftfield, Shamen all that then Daft Punk was another game changer mid 90s getting me into the French 'touch' scene, then in early 2000s got into electro, the whole DFA/Norwegian/Metro Area thing and serious house/techno and also at the same time the whole chill/balearic revival through DJ History/disco parties and never really looked back - currently listen to loads of old stuff I missed because I was too narrow minded at the time. hippy rock, kraut, synth, ambient, John Carpenter film scores you name it. I'll never be done with dance music but been a long time since anything blew my mind.
I saw one of them Constantine Weir at some dirty early morning afterparty in whitechapel a few years back - we were sat in this cubby hole at the back of the club but neither of us was really in a fit state to reminisce unfortunately
nice post Diver
was it Jeff Young who did it before Tong?
Phil Collins made some great records! nowt to be ashamed of there