The Macarena and MMMbop and Cher are in here, but I had to draw the line at Celine Dion… and yes, songs #2 & #3 which are already the “TBOX Anthems” ARE from the 90s! Some other notes….
#1 – Somehow, i had never been aware of this song til last week! Wow!
#4 – Ask me about the game involving this song
#5 – TBOX is what the world needs now!!!
#6 – This is based on an outstanding disco song “He’s The Greatest Dancer”, which was Sister Sledge’s follow up single to “We Are Family” in the disco era
#10 – “Will these references become dated?” BUOS: “Naaah go with it”
#11 – Makes me cry & miss Chicago!
#13 – This was the last CD I ever bought. I was an early adopter of the “MP3” thing. All totally legal….
#15 – Tough choice here for the lead Nirvana song…
#16 – Many of you have heard me sing this karaoke, lucky you!
#20 – One of @Antonio Yaniz favorite songs
#23 – sorry
#25 – great song but can’t help reminding me of Wisconsin
#28 – i had to triple check i swore this was 89 but it’s 90s!
#32 & #33 & #34 seem to really go together in my head
#36 – often mixed up with “Everybody Dance Now” which isn’t even called that, it’s called “Gonna Make You Sweat”
#37 – sometimes, I do
#38 – i often tell people “if they wanna know the rest, hey, buy the rights”
#40 – this is NOT Sublime! I also listened to the rest of this album, it’s really good
#41 – this was everywhere in late 94/95
#42 – i’ve told alot of people this, but i staked my entire reputation on the prediction that the Spin Doctors would be THE band of the 90s. Ouch
#46 – One of Greg Goze’s favorite songs
#50 – apologies… but this could not be excluded from a 90s playlist
#52 – when my 10 year old at-the-time cousin saw this on my ipod, he made fun of me nonstop
#53-54-55 slowing it down a little
#56 – this is also a cover of a great disco song “More More More” by Andrea True Connection
#58 – another song that made you want to blow your brains out if you had to live thru it on heavy radio rotation, but now it reminds me of “The Office”
#60 – i LOVE Jamiroquai. This isn’t even one of their best songs, but it was a 90s hit. I’ll make you a Jamiroquai playlist later
#61 – doesn’t feel like 90s, huh?
#62 – ohhh man i hate this song
#63 – this is one of the best songs ever in the genre of “songs where the title isn’t in the lyrics”
#66 – one of the best “songs with a ton of fast-spoken crammed-in” lyrics. I put it ahead of We Didn’t Start the Fire but behind It’s the End of the World as we know it and I feel fine
#71 – at the time, this was pretty Risque
#79 – this also reminds me of “The Office” now
#86 – this was one of our great drunk boating singalongs
#89 – in ’96/’97, i believe 101.9 The Mix played this every 15 minutes for 2 years straight. Like they said, “THIS, THIS is the perfectly mellifluous inoffensive song that will never be topped!”
#91 – another Antonio Yaniz
fave, the apotheosis of one hit wonder-dom
#92 – my first month in Chicago, i saw this concert at Poplar Creek. anybody remember that place?
#98 – Ugh, sorry!
#102 – should be #1, right? now we’re getting into giving artists’ more songs than one. I like Come as You Are, In Bloom, and Lithium better