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1991
1991

1991

As the allies were pushing Saddam Hussain out of Kuwait, the Zap Club continued to host controversial performers such as award-winning comedian Mark Steel, a commentator on modern Britain with undisguised political intent, now credited with “the show that ruined Thatcher”.

On the music front, it staged the Teenage Fanclub, Manic Street Preachers, Wedding Present, Paul Weller and Jeremy Hardy, whilst giving DJ Annie Nightingale a regular Monday night slot to play all those white labels she didn’t play on Radio One - with some more ambient sounds thrown in.

Clubs within the club also continued to thrive with - in a first for Brighton - Craig and Pete on the Peep sound system playing “groovy and vital sounds” till 5am.

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The Devil’s Chauffeur
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The Time Tunnel

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