What are your top ten favorite songs from the 90s?
- 10. The Last Kiss by Pearl Jam
They redone that song right when I had a friend that died in a car wreck & everytime I hear it I think of him..
- 9. Oops I did it again by Britney Spears
Hey, she worked hard to get the crappy reputation as a teeny bopper.. Give her some props
- 8. The Cyber SEx song by Nysnc
I dont know if thats the exact name of it but its on No Strings Attached & its an awesome song to Go Cosmic Bowling too!!!
- 7. Nookie by Limp Bizkit
Because its all bout the nookie!!!
- 6. Moon Baby by Godsmack
- 5. Song 2 by Blur
Its an amazing party song!!
- 4. Zoot Suit Riot by Cherry Poppin Daddies
Anyone thats swing & can start a whole new dance phase that took place more than 3 years ago I admire...
- 3. Whatchu Like by Da Brat Featuring Tyrese
Because its like *Barry whites* lets get it on for the 90's!!!!
- 2. Secret Asian Man by DaVincis Notebook
Their an awesome underground band!!!
- 1. It's My Life by Bon Jovi
Lets face it anything put out by Bon Jovi is going to be a #1!!!
- 10. back at one by brian mckinght
- 9. i wanna know by joe
- 8. its gonna be me by nsync
- 7. whats my name by dmx
- 6. forgot about dre by DR. Dre
- 5. party up by dmx
- 4. back that azz up by juvenile
- 3. say my name by destineys child
- 2. the real slim shady by eminime
- 1. 6,8,12 by Brian McKnight
- 10. Faith Remake by Limpbizkit
Just a kick a** song!
- 9. Falling Away From Me by KoRn
Great, sad song about abuse.
- 8. Foo Fighters by Everlong
I think this is their best song!
- 7. Come Back Down by Toad the Wet Sprocket
I love this song!
- 6. Self Esteem by The Offspring
Great song by the Offspring!
- 5. When I come around by Green Day
Green Day's best song.
- 4. Black Hole Sun by Soundgarden
Really weird and creepy song!
- 3. Smells like Teen Spirit by Nirvana
Got rid of glam rock and started grunge!
- 2. You Oughta Know by Alanis Morissette
Angry Chick music!
- 1. All I want/ Little Heaven by Toad the Wet Sprocket
I couldn't decide between the 2!
Also I like Dammit and Josie by Blink-182, Blind and Shoots and Ladders by KoRn, Buddy Holly by Weezer and Jeremy by Pearl Jam.
- 10. It Ain't Over 'Til It's Over by Lenny Kravitz
Beautiful song written by Lenny in a vain effort to get his wife back.
- 9. For The Movies by Buckcherry
Awesome song by one of the best new rock bands around.
- 8. Glycerine by Bush
Great song by a mostly crappy band.
- 7. Dammit by Blink 182
One of the few great songs from the late 90s.
- 6. Interstate Love Song by Stone Temple Pilots
The best song, IMO, that STP has ever done, although they have done very many good ones.
- 5. Black by Pearl Jam
Very emotionally powerful song.
- 4. Don't Cry by Guns 'N' Roses
Very beautifully written song by Axl Rose, also some of Shannon Hoon's best work.
- 3. Gone Away by The Offspring
Excellent song, easily the Offspring's best.
- 2. Creep by Radiohead
VERY good song.
- 1. Sabotage by Beastie Boys
Total kick-ass song. Always gets me hyper, and it had an awesome video too.
Honorable mention goes to "Unforgiven II" by Metallica, "Mabel" by Goldfinger, "Last Resort" by Papa Roach, "Santa Monica (Watch the World Die)" by Everclear, "Landslide" by the Smashing Pumpkins, and "Natural Blues" by Moby.
By: Michael Tropf
- 10. with arms wide open by creed
- 9. my own worst enemy by lit
- 8. cryin by aerosmith
great song for the best band ever
- 7. sour girl by stone temple pilots
- 6. I think god can explain by splender
- 5. Californication by Red Hot Chilli Peppers
- 4. bent by Matchbox 20
great new song
- 3. Always by Bon Jovi
- 2. iris by goo goo dolls
great song for City of Angels
- 1. I don't wanna miss a thing by aerosmith
this song is very special and is a great song
close calls-silverchair(ana's song) sr-71 (right now) incubis (parden me)
- 10. Madrugada Eterna by Kings of the Low Frequencies
The KLF was the biggest act in the world for the first 3.5 years of the 90's. This kind of music shows why.
- 9. Saratoga by Ultramarine
- 8. Kinky Love by Pale Saints
Fluffy and textured, happy and doleful, retro and oh-so-modern.
- 7. Jus'qua le Fin by Blur
Merci! The English version, Until the End, is on Parklife.
- 6. If it Really is Me by Polygon Window
Wow, how good is this?!?! Loopy and visceral, this record is the showpiece for techno.
- 5. Fools Gold by The Stone Roses
9 minutes of the some of the most easy and soul grabbing, free-flowing rock ever. Combos with my number one and four for genre defining.
- 4. Higher Than the Sun by Primal Scream
A superb rock-techo concoction, twiddled by the Orb; such a great record that it redefines forever the word 'amazing' for the listerer.
- 3. Slow by MBV My Bloody Valentine
The best song on the best album from the the best Record Label in the world in the 80's, and not too bad in the nineties.
- 2. Champagne Supernova by Oasis
The defining moment of a band and the turning point from Beatlesesque music on the charts to not-so-Beatlesesque music.
- 1. Smells Like Teen Spirit by Nirvana
Hard to choose a "number 1," but it's hard to not to pick this song, either.
- 10. jump by Kriss kross
daddy mack will make ya
- 9. jump around by house of pain
just get out your seat and jump around
- 8. gimme some more by busta rhymes
Busta Bus Flipmode
- 7. Slam by Oynx
let the boys be boys
- 6. Baby Got BAck by Sir Mix Alot
com'on who doesnt like big butts
- 5. Gin And Juice by Snoop
its just a fun song you cant ever get out of your head
- 4. cailforna love by tupac
- 3. my name is by eminem
i dont really like the guy but he got some skills
- 2. Can i get a... by Jay-Z
everybody likes this song no exceptions i dont care if your 90 and listen to betovon this song will make ya bounce
- 1. Ruff Ryders Anthem by DMX
everyone was singing this song and it was always on the radio not to mention there is about 100 differnt remixs
thats all i can think of but i know as soon as i think im done im gonna think of something eles
- 10. I still Believe by Mariah Carey
- 9. Unforgiven 2 by Metallica
- 8. Landslide by Fleetwood Mac
Redone for their reunion, by Stevie Nicks awesome radio hit!
- 7. Tears in Heaven by Eric Clapton
- 6. If it Makes You Happy by Sheryl Crow
- 5. If You Ever Did Believe by Stevie Nicks w/ Sheryl Crow
great duet with stevie and sheryl for the practical magic soundtrack, always on the radio when it came out in 98!
- 4. Jeremy by Pearl Jam
- 3. Black by Pearl Jam
TEN is a great album!
- 2. No Leaf Clover by Metallica
S & M Rocks!
- 1. Silver Springs by Fleetwood Mac
This song, originally recorded in the 70s finally made it to radio in 98..receiving Grammy Nominations for Stevies voice
By: Jonathan Quiroga
- 10. Ordinary World by Duran Duran
- 9. 3am by MachtboxTwenty
Good lyrics by Rob Thomas...
- 8. Donīt tell me (what love can do) by Van Halen
Hard lyrics...good song!!!
- 7. These Days by Bon Jovi
This song changes my life
- 6. Little white lies by Sammy Hagar con Slash
what do u think about this song ,Eddie Van Halen?
- 5. Not Enough by Van Halen
Sounds really diferent than all made by Van Halen
- 4. Humans Being by Van Halen
- 3. Starting at the sun by U2
- 2. Smells like teen spirit by Nirvana
kurt you was kool!!
- 1. Right now by Van Halen
right now!!!!really amazing.
Mas tequila by Sammy Hagar PoundCake by Van Halen Come as you are by Nirvana Nookie by Limp Bizkit La Flaca by Jarabe De Palo(a spanish band) Keep the faith by Bon Jovi
By: Chris Goudy
- 10. Unforgiven by Metallica
As much as I think Metallica has slipped into mainstream oblivion. There is no denying how great this band used to be. This song from their classic Black album gets no. 1 on my top from the nineties chart.
- 9. Rooster by Alice In Chains
Song number 2 comes from I believe one of the best if not the best rock band from the nineties. These guys pumped out hard rock hits one right after the other. This one is the best of those.
- 8. Pearl Jam by Better Man
This is song number #3 on my countdown because in my opinion it is one of at least the top one hundred songs of all time. (but so is the breakfast club song too I believe). This song is a great song with a smooth transition to a climactic finish. It is well written and helps define how key this band is to the nineties.
- 7. Outshined by Soundgarden
This is my favorite track from one of the best rock bands of the nineties. This song rocks really hard. Even for Soundgarden.
- 6. November Rain by Guns N' Roses
I found it hard to pick just one song from Use Your Illusions I + II. But this is probably the most well-known. And it is a great song.
- 5. She Talks To Angels by Black Crowes
One band from the nineties that reminds me a lot of classic bands from the sixties/ seventies. This is just one song that exemplifies this.
- 4. Man in the Box by Alice In Chains
These guys Rock/Alternative/Metal all rolled into one, and it really worked. this is one of my favorites from AIC.
- 3. Ice Ice Baby by Vanilla Ice
Just like song #2, actually number 8 (am I doing this wrong)? Well this one was also played out and became so unpopular it killed Vanilla Ice's career.
- 2. Regulate by Warren G
This song was played so much it became uncool to play it. It was gangster rap going mainstream and it went out of style. Undeniable that it was a good song. See below
- 1. Smells Like Teen Spirit by Nirvana
This song is a classic from a band that is/could have been legendary. They helped push rock music into a new direction.
oh, Whitney Houston - I will always love you. MC Hammer - U can't touch this. --Come on these songs would be on 90's Madness Compilation--- Extreme --- More Than Words Mr. Big --- (Beats me) EMF --- Unbelievable Fine Young Cannibals -- (can't remember)
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