Beverly Hills 90210/U4EA songs
Jt wrote at 2006-06-26 19:36:02
the answer to this:
The last one I caught lyrics for had the line "let me get out" followed by "ya ya ya ya ya". I think I heard that song in a fairly recent car commercial (sorry, can't remember which one) and when my dad had his XM Radio at home one weekend. However, both times I was not able to catch enough of it to be able to tell if it was the same song used in "U4EA" or to not.
the group is TONES ON TAILS and the song is called "GO"
Joey wrote at 2007-04-07 18:20:24
The Sisters of Mercy's "Dominion / Mother Russia" was also used in the beginning of the club scene as the gang is sitting down
joy wrote at 2007-07-22 19:05:08
The song that has "ya ya ya ya ya ya ya....GO!" is called Go! (club mix) by Tones on Tail. It is available on itunes.
goose wrote at 2007-08-04 21:43:04
I have been trying to find out the name of that song for one year! Thank you so much for the info. Great song. Funny and good episode!
patrick wrote at 2009-05-05 02:19:01
The song you are referring to is Go! by Tone on Tails, the problem with keeping track of these songs is many of the copyrights are giving the DVD and replay interests trouble. So much of the music originally played when I watched them is different and newly dubbed. So not only does it change the context it really changes the mood of the episode, this is because the music reflects the times. Corny or bad it is important to maintain the same songs for the integrity of the shows.
Steve wrote at 2009-07-14 19:39:01
I can't believe its taken me till now to find out that the song was 'the Beginning by Seal'. It's a remix version though but thank you Crystal. I've been hunting for years to find the song by just know the lyrics 'hold on to love' and had no luck
The other song was Don't fight it feel it by Primal Scream but again this is the b side of the original and a difficult version to get hold of. I haven't found this version on the web but I have it on 12" vinyl.
Alexander wrote at 2010-07-14 15:55:46
One of the songs featured during the rave scene is Tones on Tail's 'Go!', the one with the "ya ya ya ya ya". It has some similarities to a soundbyte used with some frequency in the more modern TV show Chuck.
Evaztb wrote at 2012-06-17 04:07:43
Hi, I have found the song referred to above that says Round & Round on U Tube. The band is called Blame and it says something like banned promo. It's a remix of the orig song. I myself, am looking for the song also referred to aboved as one that had the line Close Your Eyes, Kiss The Sky.
Evaztlb wrote at 2012-06-17 04:38:56
I found the song that I'm looking for which should help one of you. Thompson Twins - "Come Inside" (Single Edit) . I found it on utube and it sounds exactly like the version from the show. I promise this is my last post.
Derbedenco wrote at 2016-07-21 14:08:36
Hello there 90210 fans.
I can confirm the first song heard in the club is "Come Inside" from the album "Queer" 1991 by Thompson Twins, just like Crystal said. I own the album.
The rest of the songs played in the club are (in the order they were played):
- "Dominion/Mother Russia" by The Sisters Of Mercy from their 1987 album "Floodland";
- "The Beginning" by Seal, but it's not the version from his 1991 debut album "Seal", it must be one of the mixes from the maxi single or the US single; the intro throws me off and I don't recognize it; either that or it's not the song's intro but some instrumental track between songs, in which case the song could be the album version; whatever version you get your hands on, it's gold
- "Go! (Club Mix)" by Tones On Tail from their 1984 single "Lions/Go!"
- the last track you can barely hear, I don't even think it was a song, I think maybe it was just some instrumental background track for the show
I think you can find all of these on youtube. Hope this helped!