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Aqua- barbie Doll

 

Billy Ocean

 

Wet Wet Wet

 

Reef

 

The Coral

 

Every Breath you take-Police

 

 

All I need is the air that I breath

 

Lobster Rock, B-52

 

Jaws theme?

 

Yellow Submarine Beatles

 

In an Octopus's garden Beatles

 

Beyound the Sea- Bobby Daren

 

Rock the boat- Forest

 

Got and more? tongue out icon

 

 

 

Down Down deeper on down, The Quo

Good Rockin Daddy (Chris)

 

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Music to dance to from 1930's to NOW! Shake your rude box.

 

Yeovil Somerset 0845 094 3757

 

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The Tide Is High - Blondie

The Sea - Morcheeba

Blowing Bubbles - Lightning Seeds

Breathe Easy - Blue

Diving Faces - Liquid Child

 

 

Your good......

Good Rockin Daddy (Chris)

 

www.swingcats.co.uk

 

Music to dance to from 1930's to NOW! Shake your rude box.

 

Yeovil Somerset 0845 094 3757

 

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Harry Thuman - Underwater

Jean Michel Jarre - Oxygene

Eric Clapton - Behind the Mask

Ocean Colour Scene - Waving not drowning

Jacksons - A BC(D) smile icon

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Just a quick thought - I'm by no means picking hairs here but just wanted to throw it into the discussion...

 

Is it always appropriate to play songs that are themed to a particular club or group that you're playing to? Unless they ask for it specifically is there anything stopping you just doing a 'normal' disco. As you'd never play songs about 'death' to a party for the staff of a mortuary. (chuckles to oneself) tongue out icon

 

 

 

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As you'd never play songs about 'death' to a party for the staff of a mortuary. (chuckles to oneself) tongue out icon

 

Why not? If you have ever met anyone that works in a mortuary they have a "gallows" humour outlook on life, I guess its a case of having too in their job! (if you didnt laugh you'd cry kinda thing).....I vivsited a mortuary as part of my ambulance training so we could see what happens when it goes pear shaped but the storys the bloke told us would make your hair curl LOL

But I think songs about death would be well recieved by them....

 

Buy hey ho......best get back on topic :joe:

 

 

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Its just a bit of fun, something to make our brains work out! :bouncy: If I did theme it , I would not theme it for the whole night. YOu could offer a prize for guess the link?

 

I found Under Water covered by the Squirrel Nut Zippers.

Good Rockin Daddy (Chris)

 

www.swingcats.co.uk

 

Music to dance to from 1930's to NOW! Shake your rude box.

 

Yeovil Somerset 0845 094 3757

 

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Splish Splash -Bobby Darin

Deep Sea Ball - Clyde McPhatter

Beachcomber - Conway Twitty

Sea Cruise - Frankie Ford

Drip Drop - Dion & The Belmonts

When My Dreamboat Comes Home - Fats Domino

Beyond The Reef - Elvis

 

 

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