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is back for its second series – all four episodes of which are now available to watch on BBC i Player.While the main hook of the series is the will-they-won't-they romance and banter between Peter Kay's John and Sian Gibson's Kayleigh, we also keep coming back for the amazing soundtrack of cheesy tunes from the '80s and '90s. Not only are most of John and Kayleigh's chats music-related, but there's also the dream sequences and of course... and desperately wanted to know a tune from the Forever FM playlist, look no further.From 1995 to 1999 he was the only DJ with his own page in the latter magazine, with a chance to champion underground music and chillout vibes.Nowadays he's recognised as a leading critic of corporate dance music.
He joined up with The Shamen at the end of '89, creating the highly acclaimed Synergy club, which toured the UK and Europe for over two years.Both made the indie top 5 and were released in the US (Astralwerks, Instinct) and Japan (Sony.) The Mixmaster made his name as the hardest working chillout DJ in the world, doing all-night soundscapes in 30 countries at a bizarre selection of parties.In the US he appeared at 'Even Further' in '96, at the Full Moon Party in the Mojave Desert, at the Plantasia rave in San Bernadino, on a boat party in San Francisco, and at many small clubs in NY, SF, LA, Chicago, Boston, Baltimore, Milwaukee etc.He started on pirate radio in '85 with "the Mongolian Hip Hop Show," and since then he's been a dynamic force on the international avant garde music and festival scenes.
Morris started The Irresistible Force in '87 and made two very collectible early singles.In Japan he played all over the country, including the massive Rainbow 2000 raves on sacred Mt. Morris recorded The Morning After mix CD in 1996 for Positiva, which shows his mixing style at the time, blending trip hop and ambient jungle into a cool soundtrack for head-nodding.