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The year was 1992
January 13 – Japan apologizes for forcing Korean women into sexual slavery during World War II.
February 6 – Queen Elizabeth II of the Commonwealth Realms marks her Ruby Jubilee, marking 40 years since her accession to the thrones of the United Kingdom, Canada, Australia and New Zealand.
April 9 – The United Kingdom general election is narrowly won by the Conservative Party led by Prime Minister of the United Kingdom John Major.
April 29 – Los Angeles riots: The acquittal of four police officers in the Rodney King beating criminal trial triggers massive rioting in Los Angeles.
October 3 – After performing a song protesting alleged child abuse at the Catholic Church, Sinéad O’Connor rips up a photo of Pope John Paul II on Saturday Night Live, causing huge controversy, leading the switchboards at NBC to ring off the hook.
1992 was a bleak time for the UK Singles Chart, with sales at a very low level. Due to several long chart runs, only 12 singles topped the chart this year (not counting the Queen single, which was a holdover from Christmas 1991), the lowest number since 1962.
Shakespears Sister’s hit “Stay” was the longest chart topper of 1992, holding onto the No 1 slot for 8 weeks.
Ain’t no doubt by Jimmy Nail.
Goodnight girl – wet wet wet – Colin’s guilty pleasure.
Aladdin was the biggest movie of the year – $500m at box office
January 26 – Sasha Banks, American professional wrestler
February 14 – Christian Eriksen, Danish footballer
March 13 – L, South Korean singer (cunt to find on Google)
May 19 – Sam Smith, English singer and songwriter
November 23 – Miley Cyrus, American singer-songwriter and actress
January 7 – Richard Hunt, American puppeteer (Muppets etc, rhymes with cunt)
April 20 – Benny Hill, British comedian and actor
On the Way to the Forum Podcast – @OntheWaytotheF1 – Um… the greatest person I know was born that year! Me! Rolling on the floor laughing
The Sports Movie Podcast – Field of Screens – @FoS_pod – Class of ’92
Quite The Music – @QuiteTheMusic – Deeply Dippy by the legendary @TheFreds
Canadian SPIRIT Podcast – @spirit_canadian – That’s the year that the FBI released their report on Satanic Ritual Child Abuse which really did not help the Satanic Panic.
Auspicious Minds – @AuspiciousMinds – Euro Disney opened that year. I’ve still never been
Jim Mc – @jmc_1872 – Denmark winning the Euros most obv one
Bradley Johnson – @B_J89 – Graham Taylor/England
WereBear – @redbetweenwhite – My initial thought was will it have a missing part 2?Thinking face but then i thought about the euros, battle of britain match and i’m pretty sure thats when bill clinton was voted in as well.Winking face
Robbie Cunninghame – @RobC1992 – When I was born
David Marshall – @marshalldave38 – This guy
Podcast Father – @podcast_father – White Men Can’t Jump & Baby Got Back
Ingram Smith – @IngramSmith – Barcelona Olympic Games and for this yank in particular the first time the US sent non amateur basketball players
Bluelacoste – @grammcen – All night raves at ingilston and strange fields down in Ayrshire, Falling for a girl from Belfast, my great aunty warned me that it would happen. And the birth of my first born child, oh and the old Yates wine lodge in queen st that served Budweiser on draft at £1.99 a pint.
Andrew Tait – @_andrew_tait_ – Rage against the machines eponymous debut record. Best album of the 90’s
Greg Blades – @BladesGreg – Nigel Mansell’s moustache
Johnny 55 – @robinsin_t – Summerslam at Wembley.
Martyn Ramsay – @hobbes_ff – Non Rangers related…