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What are your favorite songs from the 90's?

Asked by pplufthesun (607points) June 17th, 2008

What are your favorite songs from the 90’s?

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Les's avatar

Anything Technotronic. Oh, Ya Kid K. Gotta love the “Pump up the Jam”.

seVen's avatar

Sinead O’Conner ‘s “Nothing Compares”

RedmannX5's avatar

All For You by Sister Hazel, Out of My Head by Fastball, One Headlight by The Wallflowers, 3 AM and Real World by Matchbox 20, etc etc etc.

willbrawn's avatar

ice ice baby – Vanilla Ice

hollym's avatar

She Don’t Use Jelly – The Flaming Lips (1993)
Mr. Jones – The Counting Crows (1993)
I don’t know. There are too many. I miss the 90s.

hollym's avatar

oh oh! Also, the entire “pablo honey” album by radiohead. No one really appreciates that album, but it’s my favorite by them. That was also in 1993.

Desperately Wanting – Better Than Ezra (1996)

Closer – NiN (1994)

Who wants a mix tape!? :D

NOharmNOfoul's avatar

Early 90’s Guns N’ Roses. Albums “Use your Illusion 1 & 2 specially November Rain, Estranged and Knockin’ On Heaven’s Door….WOW.

thebeadholder's avatar

Here’s a good look back on the 90’s! LOL!
I LOVED the 90’s. I loved Pearl Jam, Nirvana, Janes Addiction, R.E.M., The Cure, Depeche Mode, Madonna (80’s, 90’s and still going strong), Bjork, 10,000 Maniacs, Dave Matthews Band, Rusted Root, Blues Traveler and…
Some songs I loved:
Hell – Squirrel Nut Zippers
Basket Case – Green Day
Groove Is In The Heart – Deee-lite
Steal My Sunshine – Len
No Rain & Change – Blind Melon
Return To Innocence – Enigma
Natural One – Folk Implosion (remember Kids?)
What It’s Like & Ends – Everlast
Save Tonight – Eagle-Eye Cherry
Sober – Tool
Man In The Box – Alice in Chains
Infected – Bad Religion
What I Got – Sublime
One Week & The Old Apartment – BareNaked Ladies
Runaway Train – Soul Asylum
Fields of Gold – Sting
Mother, Mother – Tracey Bonham
I’m Free – Soup Dragons
Why – Annie Lennox
Circle of Friends – Edie Brickell
Mr. Wendal – Arrested Development
Killing Me Softly – The Fugees
Pet’s & Tahitian Moon – Porno For Pyros
It’s Oh So Quiet – Bjork

I was also into techno/house music – Moby, Keoki, Rabbit In The Moon, Fatboy Slim, Underworld, Sasha & Digweed…

Wow, I could go on forever! One more song…
Let us not forget the great Mmm Bop by Hanson :-)

hollym's avatar

I can’t believe no one has said “Getting Jiggy Wit It.”

Skyrail's avatar

I was a younger kid in the 90’s and so grew up during that time. Only the popular big songs stick in my head and the ones that I picked up from my parents, including R.E.M.. I can remember artists like Eurythmics, Babylon Zoo (with Space Man), Eiffel 65 (with Blue), Deep Blue Something (with Breakfast at Tiffany’s), Genesis and Phil Collins (although the Greatest Hits albums were released late 90’s I’ve no idea when the songs were released officially). A number of songs I listen to, non-chart-ones were made in the 90’s but I’ve only in the past 2/3 years started listening to. Bearing in mind what I heard was only the really popular and somewhat catchy tunes that a 7 year old would pick up ;)

tinyfaery's avatar

Yet another impossible question to answer. Something by Oasis, DMB, Smashing Pumpkins, Radiohead, ahh!!!

trudacia's avatar

Any song off Live Through This by Hole.

bethanski's avatar

There actually was a lot of good music in the ‘90s, contrary to what a lot of people think. Much has already been mentioned – Counting Crows, Smashing Pumpkins, Green Day, Nirvana, Pearl Jam…
But as far as best ‘90s music, as in “music that really won’t stand the test of time and I am ashamed to admit I enjoy it,” I have to go with The Sign by Ace of Base. What a fun album.

St.George's avatar

Good Enough…Mudhoney

Have a listen: http://tinyurl.com/646fd6

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