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    I think that Aretha Franklin’s A Deeper Love should have been submitted to the Dance Single category if it existed for 1994.

    Any others?

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    1991: C+C Music Factory, “Gonna Make You Sweat (Everybody Dance Now)”

    1993: Janet Jackson, “If”

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    ABBA
    Paula Abdul
    Blondie
    David Bowie
    Chic
    Janet Jackson
    Michael Jackson
    Madonna
    Pet Shop Boys
    Prince
    Diana Ross
    Donna Summer

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    Ace of Base – The Sign

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    1981

    ABBA – “Gimme Gimme Gimme”
    Kool & The Gang – “Celebration”
    Pointer Sisters – “He’s So Shy”
    Prince – “I Wanna Be Your Lover”
    Barbra Streisand and Donna Summer – “No
    More Tears”

    1982

    ABBA – “Lay All Your Love On Me”
    Blondie – “The Tide Is High”
    The Jacksons – “Can You Feel It”
    Rick James – “Super Freak”
    Evelyn “Champagne” King – “I’m In Love”

    1983

    Evelyn “Champagne” King – “Love Come Down”
    Tom Tom Club – “Genius of Love”
    The Weather Girls – “It’s Raining Men”
    Stevie Wonder – “Do I Do”

    1984

    David Bowie – “Let’s Dance”
    Madonna – “Holiday”
    Michael Jackson – “Human Nature”
    Men Without Hats – “Safety Dance”
    Prince – “1999”

    1985

    Art of Noise – “Beat Box”
    Madonna – “Like a Virgin”
    Prince – “Let’s Go Crazy”
    Shannon – “Let the Music Play”
    Deniece Williams – “Let’s Hear It For the Boy”

    1986

    Dead or Alive – “You Spin Me Round”
    Falco – “Rock Me Amadeus”
    Harold Faltermeyer – “Axel F”
    Madonna – “Into the Groove”
    Prince – “Raspberry Baret”

    1987

    Bananarama – “Venus”
    Janet Jackson – “When I Think of You”
    Klymaxx – “Meeting in the Ladies Room”
    Nu Shooz – “I Can’t Wait”
    Pet Shop Boys – “West End Girls”

    1988

    Company B – “Fastcination”
    Erasure – “Victim of Love”
    Kraftwerk – “The Telephone Call”
    KTP – “Certain Things Are Likely”
    Mel and Kim – “Respectable”

    1989

    Rick Astley – “Never Gonna Give You Up”
    Natalie Cole – “Pink Cadillac”
    Kylie Minogue – “I Should Be So Lucky”
    Pet Shop Boys feat. Dusty Springfield- “What Have I Done to Deserve This?”
    The Todd Terry Project – “Just Wanna Dance”

    1990

    Art of Noise feat. Tom Jones – “Kiss”
    Bobby Brown – “My Prerogrative”
    Inner City – “Good Life”
    Madonna – “Express Yourself”
    Donna Summer – “This Time I Know It’s For Real”

    1991

    Beats International – “Dub Be Good to Me”
    C+C Music Factory – “Gonna Make You Sweat”
    Janet Jackson – “Escapade”
    Madonna – “Vogue”
    Kylie Minogue – “Better the Devil You Know”
    Snap! – “The Power”

    1992

    Dee-Lite – “Groove Is In the Heart”
    Janet Jackson – “Love Will Never Do Without You”
    The KFL – “3 a.m. Eternal”
    Madonna – “Rescue Me”
    The Source feat. Candi Station – “You Got the Love”
    Crystal Waters – “Gypsy Woman”

    1993

    Charles and Eddie – “Would I Lie To You”
    The KFL featuring Tammy Wynette – “Justified & Ancient”
    CeCe Peniston – “Finally”
    Snap! – “Rhythm is a Dancer”
    Soul II Soul – “Joy”

    1994

    Felix – “Don’t You Want Me”
    Janet Jackson – “If”
    Madonna – “Deeper and Deeper”
    RuPaul – “Supermodel”
    Robin S. – “Show Me Love”

    1995

    Ace of Base – “The Sign”
    Aretha Franklin – “A Deeper Love”
    Haddaway – “What Is Love?”
    Elton John & RuPaul – “Don’t Go Breaking My Heart”
    RuPaul – “Back to My Roots”

    1996

    Gloria Estefan – “Everlasting Love”
    Livin’ Joy – “Dreamer”
    N-Trance – “Set You Free”
    Real McCoy – “Run Away”
    Rednex – “Cotton Eye Joe”

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    Emmyfan
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    Interesting choices as nominees, but I do think some would have been submitted to Pop.

    I do think that Madonna would have won for Into The Groove for 1985.

    I also think that 1991 would have been a fight between Crystal Waters’ Gypsy Woman versus C&C Music Factory’s Gonna Make You Sweat with Crystal Waters being the deserving winner.

    I also think that Ultra Nate would have won for Free

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