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The year was 1983, and frosted tips, neon man tanks and Club Med style holidays were all the rage (as was closeted homosexuality, it seems). George Michael and Andrew Ridgeley meant the song to be a satire of the package holiday culture that was sweeping Britain at the time but no matter what their agenda was, 28 years later it is still a perfect guilty pleasure summer hit.

FUN.AND.SUNSHINE.THERE’S.ENOUGH.FOR.EVERYONE

see you all at the pool on Monday.

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