Discussion in 'Off-Topic Chat' started by Andy_Euph, May 20, 2004.

  1. Andy_Euph

    Andy_Euph Active Member

    Is Mmmmbop by Hanson the appex of pop cheese of the last decade or so?

    It currently holds prize of place on my computer as undefeated "Champ of Cheese", and i've got some shite on my computer :twisted: <--- (i like this emoticon)

    Thoughts please
  2. missflugel

    missflugel Member

    Being a Durham student, cheesy music has been the staple of nights out in Klute for the last 3 years.

    Surely Chesney Hawkes with 'I am the One and Only' has to be up there, released in 1991 but still played nightly in Durham.

    Jo x
  3. Andy_Euph

    Andy_Euph Active Member

    Ooooooh yes, you can't mess with the classics.... can smell the pong of it from here :)
  4. drummerboy

    drummerboy Member

    It's still on your computer?!?!? :lol: Let me introduce you to the DELETE KEY.
  5. missflugel

    missflugel Member

    You have to have cheesy music on your comupter so when you get ready to go out you can listen to it. It helps whilst drinking the horrible cocktails before heading in to town.

    Jo x
  6. Jo Elson

    Jo Elson Member

    Cheesy music is ace for when you want a laugh-obviously private listenin. there is so much cheese in my cd collection from years gone by although hanson would feature pretty near the top!
  7. Dawnys_flug

    Dawnys_flug Member

    I loved that song! :oops:
    Best cheesy song has to be 99 red balloons though! We put it on in our shop and the customers all seem to leave!
    Also a bit of Lolly- Mickey does the trick!
  8. akwarose

    akwarose Active Member

    lol... i agree, lolly is the ultimate cheese. but lets not forget ant n dec (aka pj and duncan i think :? )
    and 99 red balloons, altho cheesey is great!!!
    mite i also refer you to the RBF cover of 99 red balloons, which does indeed rock.
  9. Naomi McFadyen

    Naomi McFadyen New Member

    No... There's alot worse than Hanson...
    They played there own instruments and wrote some very good songs.

    A quote from a good friend of mine:
    "Never criticise something unless you know you can do better...."

  10. neiltwist

    neiltwist Active Member

    I think "Reach for the stars" by S-Club is the ultimate in cheese!

    chesney hawks is a classic, and always goes down well, but Reach is in another league of cheesiness!
  11. six pints

    six pints Active Member

    so im not the only one that noticed...
    walkabout is the way forward, specially since i get in for free....
  12. Nuke

    Nuke Active Member

    If you ever go out on a thursday night in liverpool (well any night but i only notice thursdays) The Raz do loads of cheesy pop, the darkness, chesney hawkes, Sclub, five, that build me up buttercup song that i dont know who its by... you get the idea..
  13. :eek: I tell you what... nevermind the chuffin song... I was in LURRRVE with that little baby drummer in the band!!!! He was called Zak and I used to rewind the video and watch it overrrrr and overrrr again!!! :lol:

    *gets a grip" :shock:

    *ahem*..... anyway, yes - probably it is, though I'm also agreeing with Lolly - she was just a pain in the *BEEEEEEEEEEEP*
  14. Okiedokie of Oz

    Okiedokie of Oz Active Member

    I thrive on cheesy pieces!!! My CD collections are filled with them!!!

    Let's see we want Cheese of the 90's?
    Well we can't go too much further than mambo #5!!!!
  15. rutty

    rutty Active Member

    Uno, duo, tre, quatro

    When I was a boy just about the eight-a grade
    Mama used to say, "Don't stay out-a late
    With the bad-a boys, always shoot-a pool
    Guiseppe going to flunk-a school"

    / E6 E E6 E / / B7 - - - / 1st /

    Boy it make-a me sick, all the t'ing I gotta do
    I can't-a-get-a no kicks, I always go to follow rules
    Boy, it make-a me sick, just to make-a lousy bucks
    Got to feelin' like a fool
    And-a mama used to say all-a time

    What's-a matter you, hey, gotta no respect
    What-a you t'ink you do, why you look-a so sad
    It's-a not so bad, it's-a nice-a place
    Ah, shaddap you face

    That's-a my mama, I can remember

    Soon-a come a day gonna be a big-a star
    Den I make-a TV shows and-a movies, get-a myself a new car
    But still I be myself, I don't want-a to change a t'ing
    Still a-dance and a-sing
    I t'ink about-a mama, she used to say

    {Refrain twice}

  16. Trigger

    Trigger Member

    I'm really sad, cos I actually got someone from my band to download that song for me! :oops: I do have a reason though (although not sure if it's enough to save me from the endless mocking). On my 18th birthday a couple of years back, it was playing in the club that me and the rest of the band had gone to and it just reminds me of what an excellent birthday it was. I must add that I was very, very drunk. :oops: :oops:
  17. six pints

    six pints Active Member

    what about daphne and celeste? surely they're up there in the ultamite of cheese!
  18. ScrapingtheBottom

    ScrapingtheBottom Active Member

    500 miles by The Proclaimers?

    Or maybe that's cause I went to Uni in Scotland.

    "When I haver, well I know I'm gonna be, I'm gonna be the one who's havering next to you"

    Pure cheesy joy.
  19. Lauradoll

    Lauradoll Active Member

    Can't wait till I move to Durham then. 8 weeks to go............. :cry:
  20. missflugel

    missflugel Member

    You know you are going to love it Laura, nights out in Durham are legendary.
    How could you resist the 2nd worst nightclub in Europe with its ultimate in cheesy music.

    The Proclaimers is still played now, i'd forgotten about that. Its just soooo long since i've been out. Roll on next Wednesday

    Jo x

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