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Toby_E
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Don't forget the hilarious garbage that closed the 90s out and brought us into the new millennium!

Sisqo - The Thong Song
Vengaboys - Boom, Boom, Boom, Boom
S Club - S Club Party
Aqua - Dr. Jones
Cher - Believe
LFO - Summer Girls
Limp Bizkit - Break Stuff
Lou Bega - Mambo No. 5


Some classics there!

Don't forget this little gem:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=68ugkg9RePc


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^^ Hahah man, I had totally forgotten how endearingly awful that video is.


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Disgusting! I'm appalled not one mention of Stone Temple Pilots...come on!!

EDIT: I see Penoyer79 gave them a shout out.

STP was my favorite growing up!
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James McClung
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Very broad topic. No mention of ska or pop punk either. Shit was rampant back then. No Doubt was HUGE and are regarded as legends in their own right. Same could be said for Green Day and their ilk.

...let the record show I don't listen to any of this music.


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Everyone's lists reminded me of so many more songs, some good, some bad, some ugly, all of them very 90s. I see it would be impossible to have a single 15-song soundtrack for the decade. Might even be impossible to have a 15-song maximum for each genre, let alone the decade.

I'm sure VH-1 will tackle this topic if they haven't already. And I'm sure, like with their other lists, they'll disappoint.
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CoopBazinga
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Good subject.

I will always remember the 90s most for Euro 96 and the fantastic anthem from Baddiel and Skinner that everybody would sing at Wembley and at their homes.

But other than that, I would definitely stick to my British roots and listen to Oasis, Blur and Pulp (Although I believe they originally formed in the 70s, but only became big in the 90s) and I loved all of their music for different reasons.

This was also the generation for boy bands (Backstreet Boys, N’sync, New Kids on the Block, Five, Boyzone, Take That) and in my experience, all the chicks loved what they looked like so you needed a six-pack but I was never able to achieve such a feat so I gave up by 99 and turned to alcohol to pull the ladies… it never worked as I hoped!

At the end of the day, 90s felt like the 80s when I think about it – it was all cheese. Records stayed number one forever (none of this download rubbish with iTunes) and there was only one chart I watched and it was on Top of the Pops! Oh, the memories...


Quoted from Heretic
Don't forget the hilarious garbage that closed the 90s out and brought us into the new millennium!

Sisqo - The Thong Song
Vengaboys - Boom, Boom, Boom, Boom
S Club - S Club Party
Aqua - Dr. Jones
Cher - Believe (Okay, she probably doesn't deserve to be mentioned with all these people, but that freakin' autotune...)
LFO - Summer Girls (I liked “Girl on T.V – remember Jennifer Love-Hewitt being in the video)
Limp Bizkit - Break Stuff
Lou Bega - Mambo No. 5


Another great Aqua one would be:

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Warren
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Anything and everything by:

Better than Ezra
Counting Crows
Live
Pearl Jam
Nirvana
R.E.M.
Soundgarden

All grunge and post grunge rock. I love it all.

Greatest decade of music ever!


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Quoted from Warren
Anything and everything by:

Better than Ezra
Counting Crows
Live
Pearl Jam
Nirvana
R.E.M.
Soundgarden

All grunge and post grunge rock. I love it all.

Greatest decade of music ever!


Lol Wazza obviously you haven't listened to the Sixties yet I take it?




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Warren
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Ha, think you might be showing your age there, Stevie

Some great music out of the sixties, but I'm standing by what I said.


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Depending on your clique in the 90's, definitely need:


Liz Phair - entire Exile in Guyville Album

Hole - Live Through This album


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SimonM
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Quoted from CoopBazinga
Good subject.

I will always remember the 90s most for Euro 96 and the fantastic anthem from Baddiel and Skinner that everybody would sing at Wembley and at their homes.



Best football song ever - though admittedly there's not much competition! Fantastic song though. Managed to be quite touching as well - "Jules Rimet's still gleaming" is really quite a poignant lyric though I doubt the footie fans shouting it realised.

Sadly I must say that most of the songs mentioned here I have never even heard of!

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SimonM
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Lol Wazza obviously you haven't listened to the Sixties yet I take it?



Agree with your sentiment - bar Bowie, pretty much downhill after 1969.
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