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Ok. So I loved 90s music, grunge, post-grunge, punk, alternative (for the most part), pop-rock, and more. So after posting my compilation of songs in the 3EB Thread, I decided it deserves it own thread, for all those people like me searching for all those sweet songs from the 90s.

3EB:
Jumper,
Never Let You Go
SEMI-CHARMED LIFE - i would be ashamed not to put that in
How's It Going To Be
Losing a whole year

Goo Goo Dolls:
Name
Iris
Slide
Broadway
Black Balloon

Matchbox Twenty:
Mad Season
Unwell
Push
Real World
Smooth (just Rob w. Santana )
Last Beautiful Girl
Back 2 Good
3 a.m.
Bent
If You're Gone

3 Doors Down:
Krypronite
Be Like That
Loser

Eagle-Eyed Cherry:
Save Tonight

Duncan Sheik:
Barely Breathing

Lit:
My Own Worst Enemy
Miserable

Vertical Horizon:
Everything You Want

Eve 6:
Inside Out
Here's to the night

Semisonic:
Closing Time

Marcy's Playground
Sex and Candy

Smashing Pumpkins:
1979
Today

Gin Blossoms:
Follow You Down
Hey Jealousy
Allison Road

Nirvana:
Heart Shaped Box
Smells like Teen Spirit
Come as you are
All Apologies

Sublime:
Santeria
What I Got

Everclear:
Wonderfull
Santa Monica

Soundgarden:
Black hole sun
Spoonman
Pretty Noose
Outshined
Rusty Cage
Fell On Black Days
Burden In My Hand

filter:
take a picture

tool:
stinkfist

New Radicals:
You Get What You Give

Pearl Jam:
Jeremy
Alive
Even Flow
Black
Garden
Betterman
Yellow Ledbetter
Daughter

Foo Fighters:
Everlong
My Hero
Oasis:
Wonderwall
Champagne Supernova

Radiohead:
Creep
Karma Police
Tonic:
If You Could Only See
Open Up Your Eyes

Lenny Kravitz:
Are You Gonna Go My Way
Fly Away

Train:
Meet Virginia
I Am

jesus jones:
right here right now

deep blue something:
breakfast at tiffany's

toad the wet sproket:
all i want

spin doctors:
little miss can't be wrong, 2 princes

verve pipe:
freshmen

blind melon:
no rain

cranberries:
zombie

better than ezra:
good

candlebox:
far behind

seven mary three-waters edge:
cumbersome

Hootie and the Blowfish:
Let Her Cry
Only Want To Be With You

Dave Mathews Band:
Crash Into Me
Too Much

Alice In Chains:
Them Bones
Dirt
Down In A Hole

Red Hot Chili Peppers:
Give It Away
Under the Bridge
Scar Tissue
Soul to Squeeze
Californication
Otherside

The Offspring:
Pretty Fly (For a White Guy)

Greenday:
Longview
Welcome to Paradise
Basket Case
When I Come Around
Burnout
She
J.A.R. (Jason Andrew Relva)
Brain Stew/Jaded
86
Walking Contradiction
Good Riddance (Time Of Your Life)
Nice Guys Finish Last
Minority
Warning

Collective Soul:
December
The World I Know
Shine

Dishwalla:
Counting Blue Cars

Tonic:
If you could only see
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Smashing Pumpkins:
1979
Today
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#3
Sublime: What I Got
Team Orange

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#6
Matchbox twenty sweet? OK

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Black hole sun
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#7
judging by the sorta songs you got up there you should have:

collective soul - shine

hootie and the blowfish - only wanna be with you, let her cry
If you take home anything,
let it be your will to think,
the more cynical you become,
the better off you'll be.
#8
Closing Time- Semisonic
Sex and Candy- Marcy's Playground
Eve 6- Here's to the night
Smashing Pumpkins- 1979, Today, and Tonight Tonight
Nirvana- Heart Shaped Box, Smells like Teen Spirit,Come as you are, and All Apologies
Sublime- Santeria
Everclear- Wonderfull, Santa Monica
#9
BUMP - I updated it. Anybody else? I think we should sticky it if we can get all the 90s hits, because that stuff just freakin rocks!
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#10
yeh that would be cool quite a few songs there i havent got in my playlist i and id love to see more
#11
I'm pretty sure 'drive' and 'how you remind me' were from this side of the millennium.
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#13
Pearl Jam - Jeremy, Alive, etc...
Foo Fighters - Everlong, My Hero, etc...
Goo Goo Dolls - Name, Iris, etc...
Oasis - Wonderwall, Champagne Supernova, etc...
Radiohead - Creep, Karma Police, etc...
Tonic - If You Could Only See, Open Up Your Eyes, etc...
Lenny Kravitz - Are You Gonna Go My Way, Fly Away, etc...
Train - Meet Virginia, I Am, etc...

etc...
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#14
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I'm pretty sure 'drive' and 'how you remind me' were from this side of the millennium.

"Drive" was in 1999, but you're right, "How You Remind Me" was released in 2001 if I recall correctly.
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#15
Get some REM on there. Automatic for the People = easily one of the top 5 albums of the 90's.
And yet, to me, what is this quintessence of dust? Man delights not me: no, nor woman neither... nor women neither.
#16
Quote by DownInAHole.
"Drive" was in 1999


I'm almost certain it wasn't.

Allmusic - Incubus - Drive
Amazon - Incubus - Drive

Both say after.

'Make Yourself' (the album) was definitely released pre-2000 though.
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#17
No, it was released as a single in 2001, but "Make Yourself" came out in 1999. But you're right, the single itself came out way later. Awesome song BTW.
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#18
Quote by DownInAHole.
No, it was released as a single in 2001, but "Make Yourself" came out in 1999. But you're right, the single itself came out way later. Awesome song BTW.


So how can you call it a 90s hit?
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#19
Hmmm..... Good question. I really don't know.

As a matter of fact, a lot of those songs came out after the 90s. Eve 6's "Here's To The Night" is one. Great song, but it came out later. Same thing with Matchbox Twenty's "Unwell." But I'm not gonna turn this thread into a debate they're all truly great songs from even greater artists.
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#20
New Radicals - You Get What You Give


Long live the 90's
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#21
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everyone forgets those and they are very important for 90s music.
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#22
bump. So what do guys think of the list so far? Who has some more to add?
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#23
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tool stinkfist


everyone forgets those and they are very important for 90s music.

Not that "Stinkfist" wasn't a good song, but ut really wasn't a 90s "hit." Although it should have been.
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#24
dada-dizzkneeland
refreshments-banditos
jesus jones-right here right now
deep blue something-breakfast at tiffany's
toad the wet sproket-all i want
spin doctors-little miss can't be wrong, 2 princes
verve pipe-freshmen
blind melon-no rain
cranberries-zombie
better than ezra-good
candlebox-far behind
seven mary three-waters edge, cumbersome

THE 90's RULED!!!!!!!!!
I'm so sorry, excuse me for living,
I didn't know, didn't know your a psycho!
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#25
wtf!! no Alice in Chains yet?
Alice In Chains - Them Bones, Dirt, Would?, Again, Down In A Hole.
#28
Quote by DownInAHole.
Not that "Stinkfist" wasn't a good song, but ut really wasn't a 90s "hit." Although it should have been.


I like your thinking ! It was a hit however just no huge and could have been if people werent feeded the shit on the radio! yet most 90's popular stuff wasnt that bad. I loved third eye blind, blind melon, alice in chains *acoustic*, and all that
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#29
I'm starting to like TEB now, as well as bands like Everclear and Soul Asylum. god, I loved the nineties.
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#30
bump - ok. I can't believe I forgot some of those bands... So what's missing still guys?

I wish we could get this stickied for all those 90s fans wanting their music...
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#31
everclear - father of mine
live - lightning crashes
"I see my light come shining from the west down to the east
Any day now, any day now I shall be released"

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#33
woo hooowww. Third Eye Blind anyone? let's see; Jumper, Hows it Gonig to be, Semi-Charmed Life??! CREED!!?!? when they were serious? Nirvana, Stone Temple Pilots; PLUSH! CREEP! lots of good stuff from the 90s, great era, great era
#34
creed sucked im sorry. good guitar but they are kindof pathetic. TEB every song off of their self titled is gold. love it!
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#35
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creed sucked im sorry. good guitar but they are kindof pathetic. TEB every song off of their self titled is gold. love it!

The only reason I listen to Creed is because of Mark Tremonti. I hate Stapp though.
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#36
I'd add "Zero" and "Bullet With Butterfly Wings" and "Disarm" to the Smashing Pumpkins list.
#39
that list isn't just rock though, besides, there are some things I would totally be against.

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33. Alive - Pearl Jam
34. Don't Speak - No Doubt
35. Vogue - Madonna
36. Tennessee - Arrested Development
37. Song 2 - Blur
38. Killing Me Softly - The Fugees
39. Been Caught Stealing - Jane's Addiction
40. Groove Is in the Heart - Deee-Lite
41. What I Got - Sublime
42. Killing In The Name - Rage Against The Machine
43. Regulate - Warren G
44. Longview - Green Day
45. Hard Knock Life - Jay Z
46. Iris - Goo Goo Dolls


Vogue by Madonna before Iris, what I Got, Green Day, and Pearl Jam songs?! UGH
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#40
Creed dominated rock history. Stapp might be an ass-hole, but he's a hell of a singer/composer especialy when you mix him with Tremonti. With just three albums they climbed to #23 in the all-time sales record. But I do like that Iris song alot, Jeremy by Pearl Jam was really good. It was cool when Kurt Cobain and Dimebag were still alive
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