Saturday, March 22, 2008

Big Fun - Can´t Shake The Feeling '90s

from Wikipedia: Big Fun were an English boyband (1989-1994), founded by Phil Creswick, Mark Gillespie and Jason John (a.k.a Jason Herbert), and produced by Stock Aitken Waterman.

Their only album, A Pocketful of Dreams (released in 1990), reached the Top 10 in the UK Albums Chart; and contained the hit singles "Blame It on the Boogie", "Can't Shake the Feeling", and "Handful of Promises".

Their final single "Stomp" was issued in 1994, although this failed to obtain the commercial heights of their earlier work, it reached the dance chart in the United States.

After sales cooled, Gillespie and Creswick became painter and decorators and John returned to being a model booker.

Big Fun's second video


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