Ryan Seacrest is asking: " What Is The Best 90′s Song of All-Time?"
|by Mooriah Scary||reply 53||02/09/2013|
Smells Like Teen Spirit is the most iconic.
|by Mooriah Scary||reply 1||02/08/2013|
|by Mooriah Scary||reply 2||02/08/2013|
Smells Like Teenspirit by about ten miles.
|by Mooriah Scary||reply 3||02/08/2013|
How can it be both of the 90's and "all-time"? It's like saying "this is the most amazing 9:13 am of the whole day!"
|by Mooriah Scary||reply 4||02/08/2013|
The top 100 songs of the 90's chart wise (which doesn't mean best) has the top three:
3) Everything but the Girl, Missing
2) Nirvana, Smells Like Teen Spirit
1) Britney Spears, Baby, One more time.
|by Mooriah Scary||reply 5||02/08/2013|
Ryan Seacrest and his listeners have the most retarded taste in music, so low brow and mainstream.
|by Mooriah Scary||reply 6||02/08/2013|
Smells Like Teen Spirit was not a great song and Nirvana is so overrated.
Mariah's Dreamlover was such a great pop song and Fantasy was also great (both 8 weeks at #1) with Fantasy's remix being possibly the most influential song of the 90's by incorporating ODB's rap which created a whole new genre of incorporating rappers on pop songs.
Other songs that kind of define the 90's: Vogue I Will Always Love You Can't Touch This Mo Money Mo Problems
Also, drop the "of All-Time" it's not necessary.
|by Mooriah Scary||reply 7||02/08/2013|
|by Mooriah Scary||reply 8||02/08/2013|
The obvious answer is "Common People" by Pulp.
|by Mooriah Scary||reply 10||02/08/2013|
"Enter Sandman" by METALLICA - 1991
"Closer" by NINE INCH NAILS - 1994
...of course, Ryan Semencrest would hate these choices.
|by Mooriah Scary||reply 11||02/08/2013|
Alice In Chains - Would
Madonna - Vogue
Whitney - I Will Always Love You
Cher - Believe
|by Mooriah Scary||reply 12||02/08/2013|
I think it was VH1 that named the U2 song "One" as the greatest of the 90s. Blech. I did NOT come here to play Jesus to the lepers in my head, thankyouverymuch.
|by Mooriah Scary||reply 13||02/08/2013|
I thought "One" was a gay anthem!
|by Mooriah Scary||reply 14||02/08/2013|
Smells Like Teen Spirit will probably be the song people think of most when looking back at 90s music.
|by Mooriah Scary||reply 15||02/08/2013|
Down in a Hole - Alice In Chains
|by Mooriah Scary||reply 16||02/08/2013|
This is easy. The best, or at least most emblematic, song of the 1990s is Jeff Buckley's version of "Hallelujah."
|by Mooriah Scary||reply 17||02/08/2013|
Equally, or perhaps more compelling is John Cale's version of "Hallelujah," which I first heard in the movie "Basquiat."
There's a pleading, almost desperate quality to Cale's vocal that makes me prefer it to all other versions.
|by Mooriah Scary||reply 18||02/08/2013|
Whichever version you like most, "Hallelujah" is *the* song of the '90s.
Or maybe it's "I Will Always Love You." But would I feel that way if Whitney had lived?
I also like "Losing My Religion" and some other songs by the Replacements and Billy Bragg, but those are probably too "deep catalog" to be "The Best 90′s Song of All-Time?"
(Did Ryan HunglikeaSeahorse actually say it like that, "The Best 90′s Song of All-Time?")
|by Mooriah Scary||reply 19||02/08/2013|
Obviously Ms. Seacrest was inspired by reading our very recent DL thread on the same topic.
|by Mooriah Scary||reply 20||02/08/2013|
[quote]1) Britney Spears, Baby, One more time.
|by Mooriah Scary||reply 21||02/08/2013|
Ace of Base - The Sign
Ace of Base - All That She Wants
Ace of Base - Beautiful Life
|by Mooriah Scary||reply 22||02/08/2013|
r19 I think "Losing My Religion" is by far the best song of the 90's.
|by Mooriah Scary||reply 23||02/08/2013|
I had a vision of love (WAAAAAAAAAAAAAA) and it was all that it turned out to be.
|by Mooriah Scary||reply 24||02/08/2013|
90s pop music was terrible. County was really good in the 90s though.
|by Mooriah Scary||reply 25||02/08/2013|
I may get flamed but they still bump Faith Evan's "Love Like This Before" in the clubs. It's almost an expected song.
I'm an r&b and hip hop girl, so I have my bias but Biggie's "One More Chance" or TLC's "Waterfalls" were huge.
Also, what about "Isis" by the Goo Goo Dolls.
|by Mooriah Scary||reply 26||02/08/2013|
Barbie Girl - Aqua
MmmBop - Hanson
|by Mooriah Scary||reply 27||02/08/2013|
"Mmm-Bop" for the win, Ryan.
|by Mooriah Scary||reply 28||02/08/2013|
unfinished sympathy by massive attack
|by Mooriah Scary||reply 29||02/08/2013|
Thanks for the rec, R29. I'd not heard it before. I like it, but I don't think it's "song of the decade."
|by Mooriah Scary||reply 30||02/08/2013|
One of my favorites was "Smooth" by Santana and Rob Thomas. Very catchy.
|by Mooriah Scary||reply 31||02/08/2013|
'The Show Must Go On' by QUEEN
|by Mooriah Scary||reply 32||02/08/2013|
That 90's music thread we recently had - about 350 replies - has way better music than Ryan Seacrest's suggestions.
|by Mooriah Scary||reply 33||02/08/2013|
"Don't Go Chasin' Waterfalls" by TLC.
Destiny's Child is nothing compared with good ol TLC!
|by Mooriah Scary||reply 34||02/08/2013|
LOL r26, it was Iris, not Isis. But, that was a great song.
I never heard Hallelujah until about 3 years ago when someone on Idol sang it.
|by Mooriah Scary||reply 35||02/08/2013|
From me it's another vote for Smells Like Teen Spirit closely followed by Under the Bridge, Creep and Bitter Sweet Symphony.
|by Mooriah Scary||reply 36||02/08/2013|
Bless you, R32.
|by Mooriah Scary||reply 37||02/09/2013|
VH-1 had "Smells Like Teen Spirit" at number 1 and "One" at number 2, and I tend to agree with them. "Smells Like Teen Spirit" was the song that almost single handily launched the grunge era, and that's what the 90s was all about y'all.
I'm also personally partial to "No Rain" by Blind Melon, "You Oughta Know" by Alanis Morrisette, and "Carousel" by Natalie Merchant.
|by Mooriah Scary||reply 38||02/09/2013|
Wonderwall - Oasis
Don't Speak - No Doubt
|by Mooriah Scary||reply 39||02/09/2013|
I Will Always Love You - Whitney Houston
|by Mooriah Scary||reply 40||02/09/2013|
Brick by Ben Folds Five
|by Mooriah Scary||reply 41||02/09/2013|
I have a few, though I doubt Ryan Seacrest will like them.
I agree with "Wonderwall" and "Don't Speak."
My picks are several: "Take a Bow" and "You'll See" Madonna "Runaway Train" Soul Asylum "Standing Outside a Broken Phone Booth With Money In My Hand" Primitive Radio Gods "Counting Blue Cars" Dishwalla "Something's Always Wrong" Toad the Wet Sprocket
Finally, Jewel, "Foolish Games." That and "Don't Speak" were playing the summer my husband divorced me and had me put away. I still get tears in my eyes when I hear those songs.
|by Mooriah Scary||reply 42||02/09/2013|
I'm sorry to hear that R42
Are you posting from an asylum dear?
|by Mooriah Scary||reply 43||02/09/2013|
"Sowing The Seeds of Love" - Tears for Fears
|by Mooriah Scary||reply 44||02/09/2013|
Right Here, Right Now - Jesus Jones.
|by Mooriah Scary||reply 45||02/09/2013|
Another vote for Pulp's "Common People"
|by Mooriah Scary||reply 46||02/09/2013|
Thanks r34 I loved TLC. No Scrubs still sounds fresh today. It was sad day when Lisa "left eye" died.
|by Mooriah Scary||reply 47||02/09/2013|
Smashing Pumpkins - 1979
|by Mooriah Scary||reply 48||02/09/2013|
Mmmmbop you know wop my doom bop
Do it on my mmmbop
Whoa oh oh oh
Mmmpbop you know wop my doo bop
Do it on my um bob
You know whop my dooo
Whoa oh oh
|by Mooriah Scary||reply 49||02/09/2013|
Seacrest only plays R'n'B and Rap-pop on his show, so it'll have to be a R'n'B song, I'm guessing Boys to Men or some uber shit like that.
|by Mooriah Scary||reply 50||02/09/2013|
Well it was r&b pop that was definitely the most commercially successful at that time, Janet's "That's The Way Love Goes" was iconic, as was Boys II Men "I'll Make Love to You", Mariah's "One Sweet Day", and Whitney's "I Will Always Love You"
|by Mooriah Scary||reply 51||02/09/2013|
[quote]Are you posting from an asylum dear?
Isn't everyone on DataLounge?
|by Mooriah Scary||reply 52||02/09/2013|
Basket Case-Green Day
|by Mooriah Scary||reply 53||02/09/2013|