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What are your top ten favorite songs from the 90s?


    By: Julyana Perez
    • 10. Someday by Sugar Ray
      I like their soft rock beat.
    • 9. My Sacrifice by Creed
      It's so emotional.
    • 8. Bodies by Drowning Pool
      I liked it when it came on WWF.
    • 7. Nobody Real by Powerman 5000
      That song has a really good beat.
    • 6. Under The Bridge by Red Hot Chilli Peppers
      That's been my favorite song for years.
    • 5. Dammit by Blink 182
      That's their best song!
    • 4. Spiderweb by No Doubt
      Finally, there's a girl group thats good.
    • 3. One by Metallica
      I love the fast part in the song.
    • 2. She by Green Day
      They're the best band in rock.
    • 1. Flying In A Blue Dream by Joe Satriani
      I love listening to just plain guitar.


    By: Josh Swell
    • 10. Waterfalls by Tlc
    • 9. Love Will Never Do by Janet Jackson
    • 8. Damn I Wish I Was Your Lover by Sophie B. Hawkins
    • 7. Live To Tell by Madonna
    • 6. Boys 2 Men by Water Runs Dry
    • 5. I Believe by Blessid Union Of Souls
    • 4. Push by Matchbox 20
    • 3. Let Her Cry by Hootie And The Blowfish
    • 2. Ill Be Missing You by Puff Daddy
    • 1. One Sweet Day by Mariah Carey And Boyz 2 Men


    By: Leanne
    • 10. My Own Prison by Creed
    • 9. Alive by Pearl Jam
    • 8. Aida by Sarah McLachlan
    • 7. Tell Me What You Think by Spirit Of The West
      wonderful flute!
    • 6. Resurrection by Moist
    • 5. Closer by NIN
    • 4. Black Hole Sun by Soundgarden
    • 3. Zero by Smashing Pumpkins
    • 2. Dead And Bloated by STP
    • 1. Beauty Of Grey by Live
      The best song ever made! Reminds me of my first love.

    Matthew Good Band, Great Big Sea, Collective Soul, U2,
    By: Oph´┐Żlie
    • 10. Lithium by Nirvana
      I'm so happy because today I've found my friends ...They're in my head I'm so ugly, but that's okay, cause so are you...We've broken our mirrors Sunday morning is everyday for all I care...And I'm not scared Light my candles in a daze... Cause I've found god - hey, hey, hey
    • 9. Fuel by Metallica
      So Gimme Fuellllllllll Gimme Fireeeeeeeeeeeee Gimme that which I desireeeeeeeeee
    • 8. New Born by Muse
      Destroy the spinelessssssssssssssssssss Show me it's reallllllllllllll Wasting our last chanceeeeeeeeeeeeee To come awayyyyyyy Just break the silenceeeeeeeeeeeee 'cause I'm drifting awayyyyyyyyyy Away from youuuuuuu
    • 7. Klavier by Rammstein
      Dort am Klavierrrrrrrrrrrrrrrr Lauschte ich ihrrrrrrrrrr Und wenn ihr Spiel begannnnnnnnnnnnnnnn Hielt ich den Atem annnnnn
    • 6. Sweet Dreams by Marilyn Manson
      I wanna use youuuuuuuuuuuuuuuu and abuse youuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuu I wanna know what's inside youuuuuuuu
    • 5. The Nobodies by Marilyn Manson
      We are the nobodiessssssssssss we wanna be somebodiesssssssss when we're deaddddddd, they'll know just who we areeeeeeeee
    • 4. California Dreaming by Pennywise
      All the lives are brownnnnnnnn And the sky is greyyyyyyy I went for a walkkkkkkkkkk On a winter's dayyyyyyyyy I'd be safe and warmmmmmmmmmm If i was in LAAAAAAAA California Dreamingggggggggg On such a winters dayyyyyyy
    • 3. Smells Like Teen Spirit by NIRVANAAAAAAAAAAAAAA
      With the lights outttttttttttt it's less dangerousssssssssssss Here we are nowwwwwwwwww, entertain usssssssss I feel stupiddddddddd and contagiousssssss Here we are nowwwwwwwwww, entertain usssssssss A mulattoooooo An albinooooooooo A mosquitooooooo My Libidoooo Yayyyyyy
    • 2. Song 2 :))) by Blur
      When I feel heavy metallllllllll And I'm pins and I'm needlessssssssss Well I lie and I'm easyyyyyy All of the time but I'm never sure when I need youuuuuuuuuu Pleased to meet youuuuuuuuu
    • 1. Vehicle by Headcrash
      findddddddddddddddddddd goddddddddddddddddddddd finddddddddddddddddddd godddddddddddddddddd


    By: CHUCK
    • 10. Prince Charming by Metallica
    • 9. Nobodys Real by Powerman 5000
    • 8. The Freshman by The Vervepipe
    • 7. Brain Stew by Green Day
    • 6. November Rain by Guns'n'roses
    • 5. Sweet Dreams by Marlyn Manson
    • 4. Zero by Smashing Pumpkins
    • 3. Jermey by Pearl Jam
    • 2. Blue On Black by Kenny Wayne Sheppard
    • 1. Smells Like Teen Spirit by Nirvana


    By: Lyndsay Tolen
    • 10. Save Yourself by Stabbing Westward
      This song just has it all : great lyrics, great band, great in your face meaning!
    • 9. SunShower by Chris Cornell
      This song was done for the Great Expectations Soundtrack. Just a really good song with beautiful lyrics.
    • 8. Crash by Dave Mathews
      I would have to agree with the other person that put this on their top 10 list. "this is one of the best love songs out there".
    • 7. Iris by GooGoo Dolls
      Actually, I would have to say the entire City Of Angels Album is one of the best albums ever...but iris deserves credit.
    • 6. I Shall not Walk Alone by Ben Harper
      In one of my most vulnerable times this song gave me great comfort when I thought I had noone in the world.
    • 5. Mouth full of Cavities by Blind Melon
      I have listened to this song on repeat for the last several days....
    • 4. Wild Horses by Bush (did a cover from the Rolling Stones)
      A great orginal song with a great cover to match...brings back some painful memories but still a great song.
    • 3. Touched by Vast
      Absolutely amazing....the talent of Jon Crosby is infinite.
    • 2. Fade Out (Street Spirit) by Radiohead
      This song is beautiful and full of meaning....the sound is poeticly haunting and captivating.
    • 1. H. by Tool
      this song gave me a lot of clarity at a time I needed it most. it is depressing but ever so motivating.


    By: zz
    • 10. Street Spirit (Fade Out) by Radiohead
      A brilliant guitar part behind some of Thom Yorke's best droning. Anyone who hears this song and doesn't fall in love with Radiohead right away has some problems.
    • 9. Shame by Matchbox 20
      I get pissed off when people group mb20 in with some of the other terrible pop music getting made today, because they're really several cuts above anyone making music right now. Rob Thomas's songwriting is so consistently excellent it's just amazing. This sometimes overlooked song I think is the jewel in the crown of the excellent first album.
    • 8. The World I Know by Collective Soul
      Collective Soul wins the underrated band award for the 1990's. They have so many great songs, and this is their best. Brooding and sad, while at the same time uplifting, and an awesome melody make for a classic.
    • 7. Grace by Jeff Buckley
      Thinking of what Jeff Buckley could have done is almost frightening. I really don't doubt that he would have brought guitar rock to unprecedented heights and recorded some of the best music ever. We're lucky that he was able to leave us this masterpiece.
    • 6. All Around The World by Oasis
      Oasis couldn't have picked a better song to stretch out to nine minutes. This is Noel Gallagher's melody writing at its pinnacle, and Liam's throaty singing is never better.
    • 5. All Apologies by Nirvana
    • 4. Even Better Than The Real Thing by U2
      There are definitely at least a few U2 songs that could show up on a list like this. I think that Even Better Than The Real Thing shows the sort of harder-rocking side of U2 really well, and every band member gets to shine on this one.
    • 3. Unfinished Sympathy by Massive Attack
      The hypnotic background music supporting Shara Nelson's impassioned vocals shoot chills all over the place. Truly a masterful production.
    • 2. Fake Plastic Trees by Radiohead
      I really think Radiohead peaked with The Bends. This song shows off everything that one of the best bands ever does really well, especially in the euphoric final verse.
    • 1. Alive by Pearl Jam
      Rock music hadn't been this good or pure since the days of Cream and Led Zeppelin, and definitely hasn't been since. It's really too bad that people aren't still trying to make music like this.


    By: adam wisecarver
    • 10. The Dolphins Cry by Live
      i just like this song a lot
    • 9. Everyday by Dave Matthews Band
      i like this song cuz its all about the love.....everyday
    • 8. Come Original by 311
      this songs has a good message to those bands tryin to come up and get famous.......STOP COPYING EVERYBODY ELSE AND DOING MUSIC FOR ALL THE WRONG REASONS AND COME ORIGINAL
    • 7. Everlong/My Hero by Foo Fighters
      awesome awesome songs....ne tells about how someone so ordinary can still be your hero he doesnt necissarily have to be a superman, and one tells about waiting and wondering if theings could be good forever
    • 6. Existance by Modern Day Hippies
      first song ever completed by my band...tells about reflecting on life and actually contemplating why were really here and what our purpose is
    • 5. Under The Bridge by Red Hot Chilli Peppers
      this song helped me through some tough times in school...helped me see that my true friends cared about me and nothing else mattered
    • 4. Good Riddance (time Of Your Life) by Green Day
      i liek this song...it lets me reflect on things ive done and see if i had done all i had hped too and if theres anything i wish i could have changed
    • 3. What I Got by Sublime
      this song is about lovin....if the world spent more time loving than hating...it would be a much better place
    • 2. Pardon Me by Incubus
      started me into my incubus obsession....the song is about depression and wanting just to burst into flames and get out of it....great song, acoustic version is awesome too
    • 1. Smells Like Teen Spirit by Nirvana
      best song.....started the grnge era and changed music forever...nirvana is awesome

    these arent necessarily listed in the order they should be except for nirvana and incubus they are right at the top......the rest are just songs i love
    By: Randi
    • 10. No Rain by Blind Melon
      Poor little chubby girl in the bumble bee suit...
    • 9. Fly Away by Lenny Kravitz
    • 8. Seeds Of Love by Tears For Fears
      Nothing like their 80s stuff...but this is a sweet song!
    • 7. 7 by Prince
    • 6. Everything Is Automatic by Matthew Good Band
      Again, GO CANADA GO! woohoo!
    • 5. Try It Again by Aaliyah
      Not sure if this was 99 or 2000...but still a great tune.
    • 4. Wanna Be The One by Haywire
      Whatever happened to these guys?
    • 3. Stereo by The Watchmen
      "My life is a stereo, how loud does it go? What songs do I know? Whatever happened to my past? What ever happened to the life I thought I'd have?
    • 2. How You Remind Me by Nickelback
      Brand new, I know, but absolutely amazing. Go CANADA Go!
    • 1. Lightning Crashes by Live
      This is the most fantastic song to ever surface. I am a die hard Live fan too, and there are other songs that are excellent by them. It is lyrically outstanding!

    There are so many more songs that I could list here. These are just the ones that stick out in my mind!
    By: bob marley
    • 10. Somethin On You by Co-ed
    • 9. I Still Love You (remix) by Next
    • 8. Groovin Tonight by St Lunatics Feat Brian Mcknight
    • 7. Wifey by Next
    • 6. Weekend by Koffee Brown
    • 5. Shake It Up by Horace Brown
    • 4. Rock The Boat by Aaliyah
      last song she ever made...
    • 3. No More by Ruff Endz
    • 2. Crossroads by Bone Thugs N Harmony
    • 1. I Do (trackmasters Remix) by Blaque
      the best motha****ing song that ive ever heard!

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