What are your top ten favorite songs from the 90s?
By: Lil' Princess
- 10. Crossroad by Bone Thugs
any bone or mo' thugs songs are the bom!!luv u krazie and lazie lots!!!!!!!
- 9. Its All Good by Mo' Thugs
- 8. Lil Secret by Xcape
- 7. Breakdown by Mariah & Mo Thugs
- 6. Ill Be Missin' U by Puff Daddy Feat. 112 & Faith
- 5. Lately by Divine
- 4. I Still Love You by Next Feat. Big Pun
- 3. Keep Ur Head Up by 2pac
- 2. Baby Dont Cry by 2pac
- 1. Dear Mamma by 2pac
Any 2pac songs are the bom!!!!!!luv u lotz 2pac!!!!!!!
i luv u andrew
- 10. Sliver, Come As You Are, On A Plain by Nirvana
these are all tied because i couldnt choose one
- 9. Yellow Ledbetter And Even Flow by Pearl Jam
love these song!!!!
- 8. Heaven Besides You by Alice In Chains
- 7. Rape Me by Nirvana
rape me,rape me,rape me!!!!!!!!!!
- 6. Pretty Noose And Outshined by Soundgarden
Soundgarden is the most undercredited band.
- 5. All Apologies by Nirvana
- 4. Glorified G by Pearl Jam
this song didnt get much radio air play, but nevertheless it is a great song.
- 3. Smells Like Teen Spirit by Nirvana
What can i say it had to be included.
- 2. Say Hello 2 Heaven by Temple Of The Dog
This song was by a super group that is a combination of 2 of my other favorite bands, Pearl Jam and Soundgarden.
- 1. Heart Shaped Box by Nirvana
I couldnt really pick the best song by Nirvana because Nirvana is the greatest band and they have so many good songs.It also has the best music video ever made.
Meat Puppets-Backwater Toadies-Possum Kingdom Rage Against the Machine-Down Rodeo Deftones-Change Tool-Sober Smashing PUmpkins-Tonight Tonight
By: Mats K.b.
- 10. Thuesdays Child by David Bowie
A legendary musicman(alien). He's getting older, but still he's makin' great music. His new album "Heathen" was in my mind nice piece of music work. "Ashes to ashes" is his greatest song ever!!!!!
- 9. What's Going On by 4 Non Blondes
Classic early 90's. I was born in 1986, and this is one of the first songs I really can remember hearing in my childhood.
- 8. Mmm Mmm Mmm Mmm by Crash Test Dummies
Classic early 90's too.
- 7. Scatmans World by Scatman John
This is the song I could call the theme of my childhood. Scatman was my first real favourite. Where I lived you either liked Rednex or Scatman. I chose Scatman.
- 6. Born Slippy by Underworld
I really dont like this kind of music, but there is something special about this tune, and the movie was magic. To me this is also the early 90's.
- 5. Gangsters Paradise by Coolio
When it first came out I really disliked this song, but now some years later as I've been listening to it, it's really found a space in my musicheart.
- 4. One by U2
Great song, legendary band.
- 3. If You Tolerate This Then Your Children Will...... by Manic Street Preachers
There something special about this band, I really hope they wont quit the music 'cause they're so good at it. Other great songs, good enogh for this listing: "Motorcycle emptiness", "Everlast", "A design for life", "You stole the sun from my heart" and "Ocean spray".
- 2. Why Does It Always Rain On Me by Travis
This is my favourite band, Brit-pop is my favourite music. Long live Blur, Oasis and Travis.
- 1. Dont Look Back In Anger by Oasis
The song of the decade. Its just great. "Sunday morning call" (also by Oasis) ain't far off.
Many bands and songs are still missing. I could have made a top hundred list with all the great songs that was made in the 90's. I would like toapologise to bands/artists as: REM, Suede(Starcrazy, Trash, She's in fashion and Filmstar), Stereophonics, Foo Fighters, Red Hot Chilipeppers, Live, Semisonic, Radiohead, Weezer, Moby, Fatboy Slim, and many others I just cant remember right now.
- 10. Other Side by Red Hot Chili Peppers
- 9. Semi-charmed Life by Third Eye Blind
Great song, very catchy.
- 8. Cryin' by Aerosmith
The greatest rock and roll band ever. I had to make sure they were on the list.
- 7. Out Of My Head by Fastball
Great song, thats all there is to it.
- 6. Bittersweet Symphony by The Verve
Great song, because life is bittersweet.
- 5. Jimi Thing by Dave Matthews
Not one of their popular songs, but I relate to it and it is a great song.
- 4. One Week by Barenaked Ladies
Catchy song with awesome lyrics.
- 3. Iris by Goo Goo Dolls
This song has become my own personal theme song. I am sure many of you can say the same.
- 2. Runaway Train by Soul Asylum
I have related to this song a lot of times.This song helps me whenever I am feeling down.
- 1. Crush by Dave Matthews Band
I do not think anyone could not like this song. Great sound and awesome lyrics.
- 10. Song #2 by Blur
Its short but sweet
- 9. Smells Like Teen Spirit by Nirvana
Beauty:sarcastic, ironic, sad, sketchy beauty
- 8. Santaria by Sublime
- 7. I'm Just A Girl by No Doubt
Easily there best song and one of the best of the decade
- 6. Karma Police by Radiohead
An ironic and beautiful song by a band that I could tell had chosen there influences wisely by
- 5. Sabotage by Beastie Boys
The best rap song of the 90s showed gangsta rap hadnt killed the artform with one of the bands best songs and one awesome video
- 4. Poprocks And Coke by Green Day
It showed they were evolving from a great punk band to a great band altogether
- 3. Undone The Sweater Song by Weezer
It was the highlight of one of the 90s best albums
- 2. Under The Bridge by Red Hot Chili Peppers
A band with so many good songs it was hard to choose
- 1. Supermans Dead by Our Lady Peace
Its a really good song by a really good band
This is not the exact order because it would be really hard to choose the best out of these: some other bands that almost made it were, the offspring, pearl jam, oasis, reel big fish, the goo goo dolls and the smashing pumpkins
By: Big E
- 10. Changes (Actually any) by Tupac
I choose his last released song, because he proved that rap was a way of communication for all with his heart felt music, and the deep meanings of his music... too bad we couldn't hear more
- 9. Firestarter/Breathe by Prodigy
After these songs, it seemed to lead to more techno beats in music, even though it took them awhile to catch on in America
- 8. Nuthin But a G Thang by Dr. Dre and Snoop Dogg
Solidified the Death Row Empire until its fall and made the genre explode.
- 7. Time of Your Life by Green Day
It is one of the best, if not the best, ballads of the decade... you can just tell what song it is if you heard it anywhere at any point in the song
- 6. (Tied for 4th) What I Got by Sublime
Yes a three way tie for 4th... Can't believe they haven't been mentioned... Were would fast talkin punk bands be with out sublime... their mix of reggae and rock was like peanut butter and jelly... once again, too bad we couldn't hear more...
- 5. (Tied for 4th) Sabotage by Beastie Boys
They added a new attribute to rap and hip hop with their voices, beats, and creative rhymes
- 4. (Tied for 4th)Under The Bridge by Red Hot Chili Peppers
Not as greatly seen in this great song as others, but this bands versatility may never be topped. They can produce rock, rap, and even pop hits
- 3. Do the Evolution by Pearl Jam
My personal favorite song of theirs, but they have many other great ones... I think their idea of no videos with them in it is genius... but aside from that, their songs always seem to have so much meaning to them
- 2. Rosa Parks by Outkast
I don't think Outkast gets the credit they deserve... when rap was bland and rock was hurting... They just brought in a new fresh beat with true lyrics... I will not argue about this... Their music can appeal to 30 year old workers and 12 year olds... Their is no way to describe their music, its not rap, or R&B, or Pop,... It is New Age Funk...
- 1. Smells Like Teen Spirit by Nirvana
An anthem for a generation... 'Nough said... nothing doesn't even touch this... and it ended too soon like 3 other artists in the top ten
Let me know what you peeps think... this is my personal list =)
- 10. Sublime by Doin Time (Summertime)
Perfect song for the summer.
- 9. Third Eye Blind by Semi-Charmed Life
Although overplayed, still a great song.
- 8. G Love and Special Suace by This Aint Livin
Great combination of rap and rock, I also suggest "Rodeo Clowns"
- 7. Dave Matthews Band by Proudest Monkey
The ideal Dave Matthews Band song
- 6. Method Man/Red Man by N' Together Now
What rap is
- 5. Moby by Porcelain
Perfect song if your feelin down
- 4. Bitter Sweet Symphony by The Verve
Gotta love the strings
- 3. He Got Game by Public Enemy
What rap should be
- 2. No Rain by Blind Melon
Great song, too bad Robert Hoon killed himself
- 1. Under the Bridge by Red Hot Chillie Peppers
My favorite song of all-time
- 10. I Aint Mad At Cha by 2pac
- 9. Champagne Supernova by Oasis
- 8. Black Hole Sun by Soundgarden
- 7. DMB by Crush
- 6. Rape me by Nirvana
- 5. DMB by Satalite
- 4. Smells like Teen Spirit by Nirvana
- 3. November Rain by Gunz n' Roses
- 2. Wonderwall by Oasis
no one knows this song????? wtf mmk
- 1. Under The Bridge by Red Hott Chilli Peppers
Without a doubt the best song of nineties
- 10. Always Be My Baby by Mariah Carey
It's an inside thing, cause normally I can't stand Mariah Carey...
- 9. Ready To Run by Dixie Chicks
- 8. Like A Child by Jars Of Clay
"With faith like a child..." the fiddle is the best part!
- 7. Just Between You And Me by DC Talk
- 6. Deeper by Delirious?
They have the best concerts next to the Newsboys!
- 5. Shine by Newsboys
The best concert experience!!!!!!!!!!!!!
- 4. Big House by Audio Adrenaline
- 3. Frantik by World Wide Message Tribe
- 2. Del Amitri by Roll To Me
- 1. Breakfast At Tiffany's by Deep Blue Something
The best song ever!!!!!!!!!!
I could have totally added "Always and Forever" by Raze, "Friends" and "Secret Ambition" by Michael W. Smith, "River God" by Nichole Nordeman, and "Lord Of The Dance" by Steven Curtis Chapman.
- 10. Fly Like An Eagle by Seal
- 9. Let Her Cry by Hootie and The BLowfish
- 8. I Believe I Can Fly by R.Kelly
- 7. Real World by Matchbox 20
- 6. The Next Episode by Dr.Dre Snoop Dogg
- 5. I Don't Wanna Miss a Thing by Aerosmith
- 4. Rosa Parks by Outkast
- 3. One Headlight by The Wallflowers
- 2. Crash Into Me by Dave Mathews Band
- 1. Iris by Goo Goo Dolls
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