Morning Glory

Morning Glory
Monday Morning Glory
Tuesday Morning Glory
Wednesday Morning Glory
Thursday Morning Glory
Friday Morning Glory
Saturday Morning Glory
Sunday Morning Glory
Get Up and Dance ( UK Tech House Mix )
Oh Yeah ( UK Tech House Mix )
Start the Day ( Uk Tech House Mix )
Dance Into the Day ( UK Dance Mix )
Dirty Synth in the Morning
Good Morning ( Drum and Bass Mix )
Organ Bass in the Morning
Phasing Light ( Uk House Mix )
Piano in the Morning
Saxophonic in the Morning
Strings in the Morning
Tanz in den Tag ( German Dance Mix )
The Angel with the Harp
Acoustic Guitar in the Morning
Blip ( UK House Mix )
Chorded Synth ( Hardtechno Mix )
Hardtechno in the Morning
Hardtechno Plucks
Hardtechno Strings
Heaven ( UK House Mix )
Miss Hoover
Piano Hardtechno
Vegas Time ( House Mix )

Artist Name
Hasenchat Music
Record Label
Hasenchat Music Germany
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Mood: Party Music
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Artist Sounds Like
Calvin Harris
David Guetta
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Morning Glory is a musical genre that originated in the United Kingdom in the early 1990s. It is characterized by upbeat, anthemic songs that often feature prominent guitar riffs, catchy melodies, and optimistic lyrics. The term “Morning Glory” was popularized by the band Oasis, whose 1995 album (What’s the Story) Morning Glory? became one of the best-selling albums of all time. Other notable bands in the genre include Blur, The Verve, Pulp, and Suede. Morning Glory music is widely regarded as a defining cultural phenomenon of the decade, influencing fashion, art, and politics. It also sparked a rivalry between Oasis and Blur, who competed for chart dominance and media attention. Morning Glory music faded in popularity by the late 1990s, as new musical trends emerged and some of the bands disbanded or changed their style. However, it remains influential and nostalgic for many fans and critics, who consider it one of the most important and distinctive movements in British music history.