What are your top ten favorite songs from the 90s?
- 10. Until The End Of World/if The God Will Send His .. by U2
- 9. One by U2
- 8. Millenium by Robbie Williams
- 7. Fly by U2
- 6. Numb by U2
- 5. Smells Like Teen Spirit by Nirvana
- 4. Stuck In A Moment U Cant Get Of by U2
- 3. Lets Make A Night To Remember by Bryan Adams
- 2. Wonderwall by Oasis
- 1. Someday by Mltr
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- 10. Snail by Smashing Pumpkins
before they were big, but when I liked them best
- 9. Cowgirl by Underworld
my first experience with electronica, and still one of my favorites
- 8. Magdalene by Alice Donut
this band is definitely something different
- 7. Low by Cracker
this band i thought was OK when they first came out, now I think they put out one of the best albums of the 90s
- 6. Freedom Rock by Frank Black
teenager of the year is still one of the greatest albums. Too bad it's frank's only good one away from the pixies
- 5. Possum Kingdom by Toadies
i don't hear enough from this band
- 4. Running Away Into You by John Frusciante
this song by the red hot chili peppers guitarist is a trip in itself. the whole album was created solely for potheads. It has been known to get under people's skin (both sober and not so sober people). I still love it.
- 3. Crazy Mary by Pearl Jam
I loved pearl jam in high school, and this song is among their best.
- 2. Dying To Know by Pennywise
one of the songs that threw me into the 90s punk scene.
- 1. Reeko by Nofx
probably the song that kept me in the 90s punk scene. NOFX is definitely the best punk band ever, and one of my favorites period.
I could go on forever. I tried to name some great songs that not everyone would know about. Why the hell do people list 10 songs by the same band? No band is that good. Remind me not to go on a roadtrip with these people.
- 10. Bodies by The Smashing Pumpkins
these guys kick so much ass. Just a great song. Great memories listening to this and watching my dad hit the casette player because he though it was broken due to the beginning.
- 9. With Or Without You by U2
car memories galore
- 8. One by U2
- 7. Graduation by Third Eye Blind
just to be repetitive, im going to say "its just a great song"
- 6. 1979 by The Smashing Pumpkins
again, more car memories
- 5. Good Riddance (time Of Your Life) by Green Day
I remember listening to this song in the car on the way to see "spice world", and while THAT sucked, the song sure didnt
- 4. Jeremy by Pearl Jam
again, a kick-ass song, and a great video
- 3. Plush by Stone Temple Pilots
just a great song
- 2. Smells Like Teen Spirit by Nirvana
revolutionary. this man started it all
- 1. Today by Smashing Pumpkins
the greatest song ive ever known
- 10. It's My Life by Bon Jovi
I feel like a dork, but its a good song
- 9. Uncle Cracker by Drift Away
gotta love the oldies
- 8. Rem by Everybody Huts
- 7. Iris by Goo Goo Dolls
- 6. Monkey Wrench by Foo Fighters
- 5. Time Of Your Life by Green Day
even though it was played at Gretzkys retirement, It still kicks ass
- 4. Damnit by Blink 182
- 3. Everything You Want by Verticle Horizon
- 2. Small Things by Blink 182
- 1. Smells Like Teen Spirit by Nirvana
common, no song tops this one
- 10. Would by Alice In Chains
Couldn't have a list without them man.
- 9. Jeremy by Pearl Jam
Depicts troubles of youth first hand.
- 8. November Rain by Guns 'n' Roses
Packs a punch. contains the best guitar solo of the 90's without a doubt
- 7. Come As You Are by Nirvana
Kurt proved that smells like teen spirit was no hoax. this band knew how to kick arse and they still top the polls man. awesome
- 6. Black Hole Sun by Soundgarden
Great. it's all good
- 5. Heart Shaped Box by Nirvana
It just rocks. plain and simple
- 4. Unforgiven by Metallica
Really blends into the culture
- 3. Nothing Else Matters by Metallica
A reflective song of the times.
- 2. Enter Sandman by Metallica
Excellent riffage. cool man
- 1. Smells Like Teen Spirit by Nirvana
It just goes off. if topped the best songs of the past 25 years so it must mean something man.
There are so many more good songs of the 90's. it's unfair to just include the top 10. top 50 would be more beneficial
- 10. Hit Me Baby One More Time by Brittney Spears
- 9. Real Love by Mary J Blige
- 8. Poison by Bbd
- 7. One In A Million by Aahliyah
- 6. Pony by Ginuwine
- 5. Boombastic by Shaggy
- 4. Bling Bling by B.g.
- 3. Jigga What, Jigga Who by Jay Z
- 2. Hyptnotize by Notoriuos B I G
- 1. Hard Knock Life by Jay Z
- 10. Freshmen by Verve Pipe
Theme song for 90's youth
- 9. Basket Case by Green Day
Launched punk music into mainstream
- 8. November Rain by Guns n Roses
- 7. Alive by Pearl Jam
- 6. Undone (the sweater song) by Weezer
- 5. Doo Wop (that thing) by Lauryn Hill
Everyone loved this song... guys, girls, black, white... everyone!
- 4. Enter Sandman by Metallica
- 3. Nothin but a G thang by Dr Dre feat. Snoop Dog
Most popular song of it's time, made rap popular with everyone
- 2. Jeremy by Pearl Jam
By far not their best song, but definitely the most popluar
- 1. Smells Like Teen Spirit by Nirvana
Changed rock and roll, started the Seattle grunge rock movement
This is my list of the best songs... not my favorite... of the 90's. Most popular, most influential, and most ground breaking songs of the decade.
- 10. Born Slippy by Underworld
- 9. Childrens Story by Slick Rick
- 8. Under The Bridge by Red Hot Chilli Peppers
- 7. Fast Car by Tracy Chapman
- 6. Heaven From Here by Robbie Williams
Makes me happy
- 5. Juicy by Notorious B.I.G.
- 4. Keep Ya Head Up by Tupac
- 3. Cast No Shadow by Oasis
Just listen to it.
- 2. Just Pretend by Elvis Presley
- 1. Hurt by Johnny Cash
Also A Boy Named Sue! Legend him and Elvis.
By: Kyle Jarvis
- 10. Greedy Fly by Bush (x)
Engagingly heavy aswell as thought provokingly harmonizing. This song with with matching video meant alot to me. It proved that Bush was more than a one album wonder, and the darkness in the lyrics and imagery really spoke to me
- 9. Buddy by Weezer
This band revolutionized the way we looked at musicians. Simplistic melodies and 50s pop mentality combined with lyrics that any misunderstood kid could identify with, Weezer were anti-fame lords who single handedly started the HUGE Emo movement with the album Pinkerton. And this song started it all.
- 8. The Odds by Eat My Brain
Not particularly special in terms of musicianship. I suppose it just means alot to me personally. The Odds embody all that Canadian music was in the mid-nineties. This probably isn't thier most famous song. But fame eluded them so many times, why should that matter?
- 7. Killing In The Name Of by Rage Against The Machine
in '92 when everyone was concentrated on Vannila Ice and MC Hammer, these guys were revolutionizing music. Mixing Hip-Hop, metal and socially aware lyrics in a way that had never been done. To say that these guys were before their time would be an understatement. It wasn't until at least 6 years later that they were finally recognized for what they'd done.
- 6. Cumbersome by Seven Mary Three
This Matt Good sound-alike band may have dropped off the radar in the late nineties, but this song (their only hit), is one of the coolest songs to just rock out to. The stop start fiffage and keen meldic sensability keeps it fresh to this day.
- 5. Big Bang Baby by Stone Temple Pilots
Muddy production and an intoxcatingly bottom heavy riff were the selling points to this lo-fi 90s gem.
- 4. Stinkfist by Sober
Whether or not the world was ready for TOOL, they still came and somewhat conquered. Reverred by their fans as dark introspective geniuses, these guys were and are unlike anything radio at that time was playing. very dark, very meaningful art-rock seemingly inspired by King Crimson and Giger. But this track off the maddening reinvention album AEnima has a power over the listener that is undeniable.
- 3. Jack The World by Gwar
Underestimated and underappreciated, GWAR are one of those bands that will live out its entirety in vult obscurity. This song with its crushing vocals, shredding guitars and cheery ska inspired choruses did nothing for their mainstream popularity, but won them alot of lifetime fans
- 2. Mary Janes Last Dance by Tom Petty
Haunting, beautiful and insightful, the mad hatter Tom Pett shows that he can deliver the goods in a new decade with this easily the most tuneful of his single catalog.
- 1. I Think I'm Paranoid by Garbage
This band of producers know what people want. chunked out riffs, languished melodies and a beautifully deadly siren delivering the goods.
- 10. Headstones by Unsound
- 9. Foo Fighters by This Is A Call
Wootar - fingernails are all pretty and shiathe
- 8. Filter by Hey Man Nice Shot
Scream lots - cool bass lines
- 7. Tool by Pushit
Cool Bass Line - scream lots - lots scream-iatehe! WOsouihdr
- 6. Green Jelly by Electric Harley House (Of Love)
So i guess that was metallica...
- 5. Marilyn Manson by Dope Hat
Willy Wonka on...DOPEOIUSSS~!uh Hsiuhe
- 4. Cky by Plastic Plan
2001's most hilarious song...or was it 2002...whats this pole again?
- 3. Shocore by ....shocores song
Who the chtealuy*** is shocore?
- 2. Bahaus by The Passion Of Lovers
bceause it chnaged my lfie...in ffuor wyars...
- 1. Instrumental Raekwon ft Ghostface Killah by Crimonology
Its soooo...DUNN by ME! OIuhsdflkjh oiha
Vhgse....in a bag
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