There was something fun and simple about the 1990s.
One of the final acts of George Michael's creative life was to oversee both the re-issue and re-evaluation of perhaps his most misunderstood, yet greatest pieces of work. Listen Without Prejudice Vol. 1 was released to a changing world - musically and otherwise - in the autumn of 1990, wrong-footing critics and fans alike.
In truth, there were lines we weren't allowed to cross, not so much because The Star had any particular moral compass or even because the powers-that-be were afraid of getting sued. It was more a matter of sales: there were certain stories people simply didn't want to read.
For me, X-Factor Fright Night was the best night of the competition until now this season. The majority of the songs (5/9
I created my newest video 'All In The Name' with Pop-Up Video in mind. I wanted to work all my favourite pop culture references in to a video so people could see what made me the artist I am, and what influences shaped this record...
I don't sit around feeling sorry for myself as a result of my experiences of growing up gay in the late 1980s and early 1990s. Indeed, there were other factors in my childhood, entirely unrelated to my sexuality, that exerted negative forces on that period of my life.
Fans of the League of Gentlemen will know that Royston Vasey is nothing without diabolical Job Centre Restart Officer Pauline
Aaaaah, the 90s. It was the decade that brought us Britpop classics from Oasis ('Definitely Maybe') and Blur ('Parklife') as
Kids' TV today isn't what it used to be - it's all CGI and 3D. Back in my day, the most exciting plot twist involved a character opening their lunch box only to realise that their mum had packed them TWO Wagon Wheels, instead of one.
Ladies and gentlemen, your nostalgic 90s dreams have come true once again. Jimmy Fallon, the man who brought us the Saved