What are your top ten favorite songs from the 90s?
- 10. Black Or White by Michael Jackson
The last big hit of Michael Jackson
- 9. Don't Look Back In Anger by Oasis
Please don't put you life in the hands of a rock 'n' roll band wo'll trow it all away.
- 8. Return To Innocence by Enigma
The lyrics, the music, the message. Spiritual and breathtaking. I really love this song
- 7. Smells Like Teen Spirit by Nirvana
The before and after of the 90's american music.
- 6. Zombie by Cranberries
It was in everybody's head the year it became a hit.
- 5. Waterfalls by TLC
Don't go chasing waterfalls...Who can forget that?
- 4. Runaway Train by Soul Asylum
Either if you like it or not, this was one of th most popular songs of the 90's.
- 3. Take A Bow by Madonna
The most beautiful song of Madonna's repertory.
- 2. End Of The Road by Boyz II Men
How can I let this song out of my list?
- 1. Losing My Religion by R.E.M.
The most representative song of the 90's.
I Would like to make an special mention to One Headlight-The Wallflowers, Higher-Creed, Water Runs Dry-Boyz II Men,I'd Die Without You- P. M. Dawn, Damn, I Wish I Was Your Lover-Sophie B. Hawkings, Under The Bridge- Red Hot Chilli Peppers and many more that I've forgot.
- 10. Smells Like Teen Spirit by Nirvana
- 9. Freack On A Leash by Korn
- 8. Kiss Me Kill Me by U2
- 7. I Sont Wanna Miss A Thing by Aerosmith
- 6. The Kids Arent Alright by The Offspring
- 5. Stan by Eminem Dido
- 4. The Other Side by Red Hot Chilli Pepers
- 3. Losing My Religion by Rem
- 2. Its A Sin by Pet Shop Boys
- 1. Dont Speak by No Doubt
BElieve me when I say this is the best song ever made
- 10. December by Collective Soul
- 9. All Star by Smashmouth
- 8. Good Riddance (Time of your Life) by Green Day
- 7. Clumsy by Our Lady Peace
- 6. Smells Like Teen Spirit by Nirvana
- 5. Iris by Goo Goo Dolls
- 4. Sell Out by Reel Big Fish
- 3. No Rain by Blind Melon
- 2. Under The Bridge by Red Hot Chilli Peppers
- 1. Semi Charmed Life by Third Eye Blind
It never gets old!
By: The Dead Girl
- 10. U Know Your Right by Nirvana
- 9. Affrimation by Savage Garden
- 8. Dont Speak by No Doubt
- 7. Its My Life by Bon Jovi
its so good that u cant help but scream along to it
- 6. Dont Wanna Miss A Thing by Areosmith
a classic track which never fails to stir emotions
- 5. U Outta Know by Alanise Morrisette
anyone had there heart broken will know the best cure is getting even which miss morrisette does perfectly in this track
- 4. Heart Shape Box by Nirvana
the song is so amazing the guitars and kurts voicce really make it shine so much more then toher nirvana songs
- 3. Break Me Shake Me by Savage Garden
what can i say talent speaks for itself
- 2. Disposable Teens by Marylin Manson
this song really symbolises the youth of today as we all fell dissposable at one point
- 1. Freak On A Leash by Korn
this song f**king rules yeah baby!
- 10. Carnival by Natalie Merchant
Best song. period.
- 9. Don't Go Chasing Waterfalls by TLC
Underlying meaning...Written during aids crisis in 94'
- 8. The Way by Fastball
The vibe of the 90's,... says it all
- 7. Together Again by Janet Jackson
About her friend who died of aids. it's hard to not cry with the music video.
- 6. What if God Was One of Us by Joan Osmond
Inspirational and thought provoking
- 5. A Change by Sheryl Crow
What every rock girl should know
- 4. The Great Beyond by R.E.M.
Man on the moon rocks
- 3. Counting Blue Cars by Dishwalla
- 2. Baby did a Bad Bad Thing by Chris Isaak
Bad movie, great song
- 1. Run-Around by Blues Traveler
Played too often, but good song
I didn't have room for them, but I think the best album was 96' "bringing down the horse", by the wallflowers...Alt. rock at it's best.
- 10. Notorious Thugs by The Notorious B.I.G. Feat. Bone Thugs N Harmony
- 9. Change The World by Bone Thugs N Harmony
- 8. Changes by 2pac
- 7. Hypnotise by The Notorious B.I.G
- 6. Biggie Vs 2pac (live freestyle) by The Notorious B.I.G Vs. 2Pac
- 5. Method Man by Wu-Tang CLan
- 4. C.R.E.A.M. by Wu-Tang Clan
- 3. Missing You by Puff Daddy Feat. Faith Evans
- 2. Moment of Truth by Gang Starr
- 1. Juicy by The Notorious B.I.G.
These are the top 10 HIP-HOP tracks. B.I.G., Big L, Big Pun R.I.P.
By: Brennan Tiffany
- 10. That One Song I Made Up All Drunk That One Night by Lou Stool & The Poopy Pants Players
That shit was rockin'. Was anyone recording that night?
- 9. Classic Girl by Jane's Addiction
Please play this at my: wedding, birth, death, birth of my first child, funeral of my family members, etc.
- 8. 8 Is Unlucky. by Please Move On
- 7. Theme From Druggachusetts by Mr. Show
Bob and David are to Monty Python as Phish is to the Grateful Dead
- 6. Phish In Atlanta 2/20/93 by Phish
You gotta be kidding me. Please release this on CD, mr. Shapiro...
- 5. Anything By Mr. Bungle by Mr. Bungle
Eureka's finest export since cheap and shitty speed
- 4. Harvest Moon by Neil Young
Welcome back to the land of heavenly songwriting, Mr. Young.
- 3. That One Song.... by By That One Band...
you know, that song? that goes sounds like dum dee dee dum??? Yeah, that's the one.
- 2. Anything By Ween by Ween
You shall all one day bow down to the sacred alter of boognish.
- 1. Three Days by Jane's Addiction
Sex, Drugs and Rock N' Roll epitomized in a 8 minute epic trilogy. This is THE song of the century, not just the 90's...
- 10. Sweet Dreams by Marilyn Manson
GREAT cover. Don't bash him! He's awesome!
- 9. Iris by Goo Goo Dolls
Just a sweet love song.
- 8. Last Kiss by Pearl Jam
It's so sad! It makes me want to cry!
- 7. Today by Smashing Pumkins
I cannot tell you how much I do not like Billy Corgan. But I love his band! I'm stuck with burning all his stuff so he won't get any money from me. I still get giddy when I hear it.
- 6. Sex and Candy by Marcy Playground
It's just soothing, I guess.
- 5. This Is A Call by Foo Fighters
I'm pretty sure that's what it's called. Great headbanger!
- 4. Black Hole Sun by Soundgarden
"In my shoes, walking sleep, in my youth I pray to keep..."
- 3. Celebrity Skin by Hole
The video's sweet.
- 2. The Man Who Sold The World by Nirvana
Sure, a cover, but a great one.
- 1. Under The Bridge by Red Hot Chili Peppers
I NEVER get tired of this song. It's still awesome.
By: Michael Hinks
- 10. Last Resort by Papa Roach
Great lyrics and guitar
- 9. Adam's Song by Blink 182
great blink song apparently influenced by a boy who wrote a suicide note.
- 8. Longview by Green Day
the heaviest punk green day song.
- 7. Californication by Red Hot Chili Peppers
Dream of californication
- 6. Back To School by Deftones
Excelent song by deftones despite having a depressing song title.(and lyrics)
- 5. Eyeless by Slipknot
one of slipknots best and most angry songs
- 4. Beautiful People by Marilyn Manson
Mr Mansons most catchy song in my opinion.
- 3. Blind by Korn
One of korns heaviest songs
- 2. Killing In The Name by Rage Against The Machine
''F**K YOU I WON'T DO WHAT YOU TELL ME!!!''What the hell is wrong with everyone?This should be on evry list of rock songs!
- 1. Smells Like Teen Spirit by Nirvana
The best nirvana song. RIP kurt.
where are most of these tracks i have mentioned on other rockers lists?ok alot of you have nirvana but rage against the machine should also be on more peoples lists!
- 10. Regulate by Warren G / Nate Dogg
One of the most-played songs of 1990 - still a good listen after almost 14 years...
- 9. November Rain by Guns N' Roses
Yes, this was 1991! Honorable mention to ANY song from Red Hot Chili Peppers' Blood Sugar Sex Magik album.
- 8. Losing My Religion by REM
Automatic For the People - possibly the best album released in 1992. Honorable mention to Barenaked Ladies' Gordon album (absolutely fantastic).
- 7. Smells Like Teen Spirit by Nirvana
For me, this song is the most memorable from the In Utero album. Honorable mention to the Pumpkins' Mayonaise (Siamese Dream) and Radiohead's Creep (Pablo Honey).
- 6. Mr. Jones by Couting Crows
A fun song to listen to. Honorable mention to Barenaked Ladies' Jane (Maybe You Should Drive).
- 5. 1979 by Smashing Pumpkins
Mellon Collie was one of the best, if not the best, Pumpkins releases. Honorable mention to Skee Lo's I Wish (I Wish), Oasis' Wonderwall (What's the Story) and Radiohead's High and Dry, Fake Plastic Trees (fantastic!), Just, and Black Star (all from The Bends).
- 4. Glycerine by Bush
Lots of good songs from 1996, but this one sticks in my head when I think of this year for some reason.
- 3. ANY song from OK Computer by Radiohead
From beginning to end, this album is fantastic. Airbag, Paranoid Android, Subterranean Homesick Alien, Exit Music, Let Down, Karma Police, Fitter/Happier, Electioneering, Climbing Up the Walls, No Surprises, Lucky, The Tourist. One of the few CD's that I can listen to without skipping tracks. Honorable mention to Green Day's Time of Your Life (Nimrod).
- 2. Bittersweet Symphony by The Verve
Again, lots of good songs from 1998. Honorable mention to the Goo Goo Dolls' Iris (Dizzy Up the Girl) and Barenaked Ladies' One Week (Stunt).
- 1. Smooth by Santana (feat. Rob Thomas)
Great song to listen to whilst driving. Honorable mention to Smash Mouth's All Star (Astro Lounge) and Everlast's What It's Like (Whitey Ford Sings the Blues).
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