Pull out your flannel and dust off your choker necklaces , it's time to remember some of the best songs of the '90s. If you didn't wear flannel and mosh around to this song, were you really even around in the '90s? Nirvana set the standard for '90s grunge music, and for better or for worse opened the door to the millions of disaffected rock music that followed for the rest of the decade. Baby One More Time" video, from the school setting to the uniform tied up at the waist, was all Britney's, in case you were wondering if she was truly a pop genius or not. It doesn't matter who you are or where you live, this song still gets everyone singing along with the chorus when you throw it on at karaoke — which is good, because it's in a very forgiving key that lets most people really nail the big note. Madonna got the '90s started by celebrating a dance move that even awkward kids in middle school could pretend to do on the dance floor. The iconic "Vogue" video was directed by David Fincher, who ended the '90s with a bang by directing Fight Club.
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2. “You Oughta Know” by Alanis Morissette (1995)
The Nineties music boom was a gold rush for singles — everywhere you went on the radio, you heard a high-speed collision of different beats. Every style of music out there was booming, from grunge to gangsta rap, from dancehall to disco, from riot-grrrl punk to TRL midriff mall-pop, with a thousand different electronica schools and nearly as many Wu-Tang solo records. Whatever kind of noise was ringing your bells, the Nineties held more of it than any fan could absorb. But these 50 crucial songs capture glorious moments from all over the Nineties music explosion — hits, obscurities, cult classics, dance-floor jams, guitar ragers, karaoke standards. Here we are now.
This decade is, by far, one of the most diverse there's ever been, musicwise. It started off with rising trends in grunge and hip-hop before moving into the new millennium with full-on bubblegum pop. There really was something for everyone this era—whether you wanted to dance, sulk, or sulk while you danced. Nineties music is an eternal mood. Get into it. Please note: This list is randomly ranked. This song takes me right back to my childhood summers, when every afternoon was spent lazing around the community pool. Maybe problematic in hindsight—did you know it's about a crystal meth addiction?
I'm a fan of indie rock with over 10 years of online writing experience. Sign in or sign up and post using a HubPages Network account. Comments are not for promoting your articles or other sites. Those guys defined the 90s era, marked the youth of many people and remained reference points. Destiny's Child I grew up on. Even though they came out in the late '90s I don't care, they are my favorite '90s band of all time, I mean come on, "Say My Name" is so catchy. It's the most recognizable song on this list.