Back to '92, as all the old skool ravers say. And thanks to a rupture in the space-time continuum people passing under the railway bridge at Brockley Cross could do just that this week, where the removal of a hoarding under the railway bridge on Brockley Road has unveiled a gallery of fading posters from twenty years ago.
Our finest Transpontine subcultural archaeologists have dated these artefacts from very late 1991 and/or very early 1992, with the most likely date being November or December 1991.
|Malcolm McLaren's The Ghosts of Oxford Street, the soundtrack to his film of the same name, |
was released on 2 December 1991
|The Pogues with Kirsty McColl, Fairytale of New York, was a hit in 1987, |
but was re-released for Christmas 1991
|Steamin! Hardcore '92, a compilation of dance hits, was released in late 1991|
|Poster for Christmas and New Year Funfair on Blackheath, opening on Boxing Day 1991 |
with 'free mammoth firework displays' on 4 January 1992