What are your top ten favorite songs from the 90s?
By: Ryan G
- 10. Lithium by Nirvana
- 9. Karma Police by Radiohead
- 8. Daughter by Pearl Jam
- 7. Enter Sandman by Metallica
- 6. Tonight, Tonight by Smashing Pumpkins
- 5. November Rain by Guns N Roses
- 4. Song 2 by Blur
- 3. Creep by Radiohead
- 2. Jeremy by Peal Jam
- 1. Smells Like Teen Spirit by Nirvana
The bands with more than one song I a consider to be the top Bands of the 90s too. (Nirvana, Pearl Jam, Radiohead).
By: Pete Kozy
- 10. Bad Boy For Life by P Diddy (Puff Daddy)
This is a new song but it WILL reach the top.
- 9. Forgot About Dre by Dr. Dre feat. Eminem
this song is alright but didn't can't go any higher
- 8. Tears In Heaven by Eric Clapton
Eric Clapton is simply awesome.
- 7. Knock On Wood by Mighty Mighty Bosstones
I will always knock on wood after listening to this song.
- 6. Hammer Time by M.C. Hammer
Another great song still rollin.
- 5. Ice Ice Baby by Vanilla Ice
This Song is still rollin.
- 4. Time Of Your Life by Green Day
- 3. Gin And Juice by Snoop Dog
Give It up for Snoop
- 2. Streets Of Philadelphia by Bruce Springstein
Everyone knows Bruce is on of the best and in my eyes this was a great one.
- 1. Changes by TuPac
It is Just a Great song.
There are too many songs to pick from
- 10. Tomorrow by Silverchair
- 9. Anuerysm by Nirvana
- 8. Black hole sun by Soundgarden
- 7. In the meantime by Helmet
- 6. Hooker with a penis by Tool
- 5. Stellar by Incubus
- 4. Teenage suicide by Unwritten Law
- 3. Wind Sok by Bodyjar
- 2. Drive ( My own summer ) by deftones
- 1. When I come around by Green day
- 10. Soul to Squeeze by Red Hot Chilli Peppers
Has to be my all time favorite song and I feel bad cause the only CD that it's on is the Coneheads Soundtrack and it's probably their best song ever.
- 9. Under the Bridge by Red Hot Chilli Peppers
Have to be the BEST band out there and they have been around forever and that proves it.
- 8. Come as you are by Nirvana
Now I'm getting into my super favorite songs. Nirvana is sooo good.
- 7. Runaway Train by Soul Asylum
This song has a deep message and I think that it's one of the best.
- 6. Father of Mine by I don't know but it's on another list.
This so is really sad but it's really good too.
- 5. Scrubs by TLC
These girls have talent and this song says it all.
- 4. Killing me softly by The Fugees
This song is just good.
- 3. I want it thata way by Backstreet Boys
Even though I was getting really mad about all the lists with NSYNC and BSB on them I think this song really deserves to be at the bottom of the list at least cause it is really good.
- 2. Bust a move by Young MC
I think this song is really fun to listen to but definatley not a top 5.
- 1. Can't touch this by MC Hammer
It really is a classic even though he didn't stick around too long.
I kinda went in reverse order my #10 song (Chille Peppers) is my #1 so yeah. And I just want to say that for all of you that put Brittnay Spears on their list are crazy because first of all she wasnt even here till like 97 and her songs are all the same. She sounds like a chipmunk.
By: Oona Chaplin
- 10. Zoinks! by Casey Kasem and Friends
Attempt to capitalize on the success of "Disco Duck" never really made an impression outside of Casey's own show, but it's a catchy tune with a sweet kid's chorus and the fantastic line "Ghosts, ghouls, are we all fools?"
- 9. Ouch!!! Fever Blister by Raina
Russian temptress who, like the ladies of ABBA, sang phoenetically on her first three albums, then sort of mumble-sang on two others (not my favorites -- it's like that Nico chick from Velvet Underground. Definitely not peppy.)
- 8. L-O-V-E is my Way to Spell How I Feel 'Bout You by The Kingfish
Some say, "Impressions ripoff", some say, "Curtis Mayfield wanna-bes"; I say, "Crank up the volume, Lydia, I'm gettin' chubby!"
- 7. Short People by Frank Sinatra
Trust me, ten times better than Randy Newman -- I have this version on a concert bootleg (Red Rocks, 1979). He does six or seven "midget" impersonations during the bridge that always have me in stitches. This was a funny, funny Italian singer.
- 6. Chop-a That Tuna, Boy by Chef and the Cutlery
Another in a long line of culinary rock chestnuts courtesy of "Chef", who now plays Vegas (the Hilton!), and sometimes opens for David Cassidy!
- 5. Kung-Fu Fightingg by ???
Not the celebrated 70s hit, but a rip-off (the extra "g" in fighting is the clue); who sang this song? Some claim it's a young Bruce Springsteen! Sounds like him, kinda...
- 4. Brie by Martina Saachi
German uber-pop paean to the wonder of soft cheeses; maybe the lyrics were too bizarre for it be a hit, but what a bass lick!
- 3. Wang that Doodle by Chuck Berry
"Lost" follow-up to his hit "My Ding-A-Ling"; I discovered my 45 the other day, hidden in an old Ray Stevens album sleeve.
- 2. Che Gelida Menina by Beverly Sills
Is this the representative rendition of this "La Boheme" scorcher? I think she out Lucianos Pavarotti, but I'm biased -- I love her.
- 1. Zamboni Fever by Toots and the Coveralls
Tremendous mid-70s gem on everyone's mix tape. Sort of put hockey back on the map, if I remember correctly.
Always a fan of Little River Band, but there wasn't enough space. Why not Top Elevens? I've never understood that.
- 10. Stars by Simply Red
you can listen to this song over and over again, wherever you are, you will tend to sway along with it
- 9. november rain by gun n' roses
for head-bangers i guess.
- 8. truly by lionel richie
- 7. stay by lisa loeb
- 6. dream in colors by regina bells
- 5. say you love me by patti austin
beautiful song, beautiful voice, beautifully done! thanks to a movie, i discovered this song, took me ages to locate it, but it worth my effort. try it.
- 4. smells like teen spirit by nirvana
im not a 'noisy'song lover, but this is really an exceptional!!!
- 3. couldn't we by deborah cox
simply love it, i can't tell why.
- 2. as by george michael & mary j blige
i can never sit still to this number.
- 1. forever yours by wendy moten
i admire her voice and i believe this tune is beautifully done.
thanks to mp3, i have discovered some songs which i have never heard before, and they have become my favs.
By: mandy m.
- 10. i'll stand by you by pretenders
- 9. killing me softly by fugees
- 8. blink 182 by damnit
- 7. he's going the distance by cake
- 6. breakfast at tiffany's by ?
- 5. smells like teen spirit by nirvana
classic grunge. i love it.
- 4. 99 red balloons by goldfinger
- 3. what i got by sublime
- 2. coming down the mountain by butthole surfers
- 1. wonderwall by oasis
my favorite song of all time
well these songs aren't really in order from 1-10. they are all good and i like most of them the same as the other! :)
- 10. Time Of Your Life by Green Day
- 9. People Of The Sun by Rage Against The Machin
- 8. Desperatly Wanting by Better Than Ezra
- 7. Kryptonite by Three Doors Down
- 6. My Own Prison by Creed
- 5. Waters Edge by Seven Mary Three
- 4. Shimmer by Fuel
- 3. Lightning Crashes by Live
- 2. Semi-Charmed Life by Third Eye Blind
- 1. Smells Like Teen Spirit by Nirvana
- 10. Semi-Charmed Life by Third Eye Blind
- 9. Janie's Got A Gun by Aerosmith
Not Sure if that was 80's or 90's
- 8. Paradise City by Guns'n'roses
Not sure if that wass the 80's or 90's
- 7. Waterfalls by TLC
- 6. Gangsta's Paradise by Coolio
- 5. Losing My Religion by REM
- 4. Hole In My Sole by Aerosmith
The song was ok but the VIDEO WAS GREAT
- 3. Don't Speak by No Doubt
- 2. Smells Like Teen Spirit by Nirvana
- 1. November Rain by Guns'n'Roses
C'mon people... i saw this song at number 8 once. This is by far the best.
- 10. somthing to believe in by poison
makes you think
- 9. black hole sun by soundgarden
- 8. under the bridge by red hot chili peppers
this is and will probally always be my fav song by them
- 7. blaze of glory by jon bon jovi
- 6. plush by stone temple pilots
the acoustic version is my fav. but this song is one of the most powerfully driven songs of the 90s
- 5. november rain by guns and roses
this brings one word to mind EPIC.
- 4. bed of roses by bon jovi
although always was thier biggest ballad to date i love this one even more.
- 3. nothing else matters by metallica
this was our graduation song and its one of the best acoustic songs of all time
- 2. come as you are by nirvana
i think this was thier best song. it kind of symbalized what they stood for
- 1. jeremy by pearl jam
damn if that didnt have a impact on everyone at the time
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