What are your top ten favorite songs from the 90s?
- 10. Freak On A Leash by Korn
I just put this here
- 9. Jeremy by Pearl Jam
- 8. Rooster by Alice In Chains
- 7. You Know Your Right by Nirvana
- 6. Killing In The Name Of by Rage Against The Machine
- 5. Enter Sandman by Metallica
- 4. Alive by Pearl Jam
I like this song more than "Jeramy".
- 3. Man In The Box by Alice In Chains
Have any of you heard of Alice in Chains?
- 2. November Rain by Guns'n Roses
Has a great guitar solo at the end of it
- 1. Smells Like Teen Spirit by Nirvana
This is one of the greatest songs ever made next to stairway to heaven.
I don't really like alot of bands from the 90s.
By: Ryan Walker
- 10. Open Up Your Eyes by Tonic
- 9. Smells Like Teen Spirit by Nirvana
- 8. Enter Sandman by Metallica
- 7. Inside Out by Eve 6
- 6. Novacaine For The Soul by The Eels
- 5. The Sweater Song by Weezer
- 4. 6th Avenue Heartache by The Wallflowers
- 3. Long December by Counting Crows
- 2. Machine Head by Bush
- 1. End Of The World by REM
- 10. She Likes Me For Me by Blessed Union Of Souls
dont normally like this group but the songs kinda funny
- 9. Seen Better Days by Sublime
if someone knows this song, id love to know who made it...
- 8. Ive Got The Power by Snap!
i think that the groups name anyway...must pay more attention to the dj!
- 7. Broadway by The Goo-Goo Dolls
Another good goo song
- 6. Iris by The Goo-Goo Dolls
yea yea i know im sort of a pop person...
- 5. Sunny Came Home by Shawn Colvin
- 4. Time Of Your Life by Green Day
Amazing, just amazing...
- 3. Man On The Moon by R.E.M
you can tell im a Rem freak...
- 2. Shiny Happy People by R.E.M
- 1. Return To Innocence by Enigma
The Native American Chants Really add to the song i think.
wish i hadn't been so busy in the 90's..there gone and i hardly knew'em
- 10. Song 2 by Blur
- 9. Motorcycle Emptyness by Manic Street Preachers
- 8. Sonnet by The Verve
- 7. Don't Speak by No Doubt
- 6. Electric Man by Mansun
- 5. Electioneering by Radiohead
- 4. Live Forever by Oasis
- 3. The Day We Caught The Train by Ocean Colour Scene
- 2. Plug In Baby by Muse
- 1. Karma Police by Radiohead
Can't really put ANY of these songs into an order but just some hints at what really rocked.
Bands to look into buying if you ain't already listed above reallty: Radiohead,Muse,Lightning Seeds,Manic Street Preachers,Stereophonics,Supergrass,Mansun,Nirvana,The eels, the Verve,Oasis,Blur,Space
- 10. Dont Cry by Guns N Roses
- 9. Kryptonite by Three Doors Down
- 8. Fell On Black Days by Soundgarden
- 7. Trippin On A Hole In A Paper Heart by Stone Temple Pilots
- 6. No Rain by Blind Melon
- 5. Far Behind by Candlebox
- 4. I'll Stick Around by Foo Fighters
- 3. Balck Hole Sun by Soundgarden
- 2. One by Metallica
- 1. Smells Like Teen Spirit by Nirvana
- 10. Here by Pavement
When I listen to this song I get that emptiness feeling I was so used to in the nineties...
- 9. Neil Young by Harvest Moon
This guy managed to keep being himself for over 30 years... you gotta respect that... The song is nice, mellow... good for a night of candles and wine.
- 8. Cannonball by The Breeders
Catchy tune, nice video by Spike Jonze. The Dandy Warhols said this better... "Cool as Kim Deal"
- 7. Friday I'm In Love by The Cure
Critical and commercial peak for the sad britons. They have a lot of other songs but I think this is the best example of their post-Nirvana age.
- 6. Block Rockin' Beats by Chemical Brothers
This song, for me, captures the club scene in the nineties.
- 5. Civil War by Guns N' Roses
Ahhh... my last year in high school... Good song, good musical arrangements, Axl at his peak.
- 4. No Rain by Blind Melon
Shannon Hoon, why'd you have to die? You were amazing. Bringing somehow folkie music to be considered as cool again.
- 3. Nirvana by Frances Farmer Will Have Her Revenge In Seattle
What? No "Smells like teen spirit"? Yup maybe the song is more representative but this song also tells us a lot about this band, and their superb ways of capturing the nineties' silent angst... "I miss the comfort in being sad..."
- 2. Sometimes by James
Ever listened to these brits? The greatest thing from this island. Booth has a nice, emotional voice, and this song talks about storms, love, eyes and soul. What could be more beautiful and troublesome?
- 1. Daughter by Pearl Jam
Yes, I am biased, I love this band. My favorite songs continue to be RVM and Wishlist, but this song... Kind of marks almost three years, since 93 and so on... I think it's the nineties in three minutes.
OK so this wasn't that easy, missing: The Beastie Boys (Sure Shot), House of Pain (Jump Around), Soul Asylum (Misery), Alice in Chains (Down in a Hole) and so much more songs... The Pixies as well, Weezer, Cake... I still think it's pretty accurate, though. Enjoy!
- 10. Last Kiss by Pearl Jam
- 9. Ironic by Alanis Morrisette
- 8. Jeremy by Pearl Jam
- 7. Wonderwall by Oasis
- 6. Other Side by Red Hot Chilli Peppers
- 5. Don't Speak by No Doubt
- 4. Higher by Creed
A fantastic song!! Geez... brings tears to my eyes!!
- 3. Smells Like Teen Spirit by Nirvana
A great hit... You can't have a list like this without some Nirvana!
- 2. Killing Me Softly by The Fugees
This is also a hit... and a classic!! I love it!!
- 1. November Rain by Guns and Roses
This is a rock hit... and now a rock classic! Makes me cry every time I listen to it!! But in a good way!! It just kicks ass!!!
- 10. Only One by Goo Goo Dolls
Goo Goo Dolls is awesome. Only One is perfect song to show their talent as both rock and alternative.
- 9. Changes by Tupac Shakur
I hate to stoop to "Foo Micah"'s level, but I needed at least one rap song and this is best I could get.
- 8. 21st Century Digital Boy by Bad Religion
I don't care what you say, Bad Religion is badass and 21st Century Digital Boy is just another example of how Bad Religion expresses the wrongs of the modern world
- 7. Whatever by Godsmack
A classic heavy metal song by a classic heavy metal band.
- 6. Goodbye by Gravity Kills
Something to fill in the space. Great song if you like that kind of stuff.
- 5. Under The Bridge by Red Hot Chili Peppers
What Hardcore_f**k said
- 4. Daughter by Pearl Jam
Sweet song, Pearl Jam is one of the better rock bands of the 90s
- 3. Smells Like Teen Spirit by Nirvana
Friend told me to put this on, it's not my favorite, but it's okay.
- 2. Prison Sex by Tool
Tool is my favorite band so I have to have at least one song on here.
- 1. Sad But True by Metallica
Metallica Rules! "Foo Micah" is a douche and obviously doesn't know what he's talking about and shouldn't waste #7 on "Metallica sucks" and it shows how little good music he can think up.
"Foo Micah" is a douche and needs to die for saying Metallica sucks!!! And btw, Blink 182 aren't that talented and rap suuuuuuuuuucccccccccckkkkkks.
By: Phreezer Burn
- 10. Good by Better than Ezra
Great song that I remembered from long ago and had a hard time tracking down what it was called from memory.
- 9. Glycerine by Bush
Bush is a great band and this had a mellow flow.
- 8. Iris by Goo Goo Dolls
This is a masterpiece which sets a sad mood, I enjoy sad songs cuase it strikes an emotions, and any emotion at all from music is great.
- 7. Love Rollercoaster by Red Hot Chili Peppers
This song was like a theme song for my first crush I had, it's also on the Bevis and Butthead Do America soundtrack.
- 6. Counting Blue Cars by Dishwala
This song makes you think about God which is cool.
- 5. One Headlight by Wallflowers
Mellow 90's music at its best
- 4. Gotta keep 'Em Separated by The Offspring
Great band, I remember this from hockey games for some reason.
- 3. Run by Collective Soul
They also did Shine and The World I Know which are also great.
- 2. Peaches by Presidents of the United States of America
There isn't a song of thiers I don't like, Peaches was one of the most popular songs but not exactly my favorite but it's what got us hooked.
- 1. The Distance by Cake
Cake is my favorite band in it's genre, again a great unique sound which I still can't get enough of, I forced my friends to like this band as well.
These are just Pop songs from the 90's, I choice not to include other genres cuase I couldn't fit them all in a top 10. Nine Inch Nails, Metallica, and Korn would be on top then not to mention the Crystal Method. Many of these songs are sad or mellow which is what I enjoy nowadays.
- 10. Waterfalls by Tlc
- 9. Freshmen by The Verve
- 8. Faith by Limp Bizket
Another band that had a big impact
- 7. Killing Me Softly by Fugees
Just another good song
- 6. Jeremy by Pearl Jam
What can I say i'm from the Seattle area
- 5. Champagine Supernova by Oasis
Just an all around good band
- 4. Bullet With Butterfly Wings by Smashing Pumpkins
- 3. Best I Ever Had by Vertical Horizon
Very talented band
- 2. Good Ridence by Green Day
- 1. Smells Like Teen Spirt by Nirvana
It amazing what an impact this one song had
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