Tamagotchis, glitter mascara FOR YOUR HAIR, platform trainers, Live & Kicking, Mr Blobby, Beanie Babies, Spice Girls, Cher and Dionne, Take That…the 90s were awesome and we are here today to remind you of some of the best songs from what is possibly (probably) the greatest decade ever known…
No Doubt – Don’t Speak
A young Gwen Stefani, rubber bracelets, crop tops, hair clips – A very 90s classic from No Doubt here from 1995.
Mariah Carey ft. Jay-Z – Heartbreaker
Apparently Mariah Carey liked to pillow fight in the middle of the night back in the 90s. She also liked to wear pink croche crop tops! It’s been 16 years since the release of ‘Heartbreaker’ and Mimi is heading out on the road with ‘The Sweet Sweet Fantasy Tour’ this March!
Find Mariah Carey tickets here.
Ronan Keating – When You Say Nothing At All
A young Ronan Keating, a floppy-haired Hugh Grant and one of the most classic Richard Curtis British rom-coms. There was a whole load of 90s nostalgia going on with this ‘Notting Hill’ soundtrack in 1999!
Oasis – Wonderwall
This 1995 classic saw Oasis win the BRIT Award for British Video and MTV Europe Award for Best Song, among others! Pure nostalgia! While the band are no more, you can catch Noel Gallagher’s High Flying Birds on tour this April.
Find Noel Gallagher’s High Flying Birds tickets here.
The Corrs – What Can I do
Can you believe it’s been 18 years since The Corrs released ‘What Can I do’?! They released their latest album, ‘White Light’, back in November and will be performing tracks from it, including their classics, this Sunday at Manchester Arena.
Find The Corrs tickets here.
Spice Girls – Wannabe
Or any Spice Girl song, really. Since they broke out with this hit in 1994, the 90s undoubtedly belonged to Baby, Ginger, Scary, Sporty and Posh. Here’s to Girl Power!
Take That – Relight My Fire ft. Lulu
Nothing screams 90s nostalgia quite like Take That collaborating with the legendary Lulu in 1993…and Mark Owen in *that* crop top.
The Verve – Bitter Sweet Symphony
Richard Aschroft pushing people out of his way and walking over a car like it’s NBD. Hello 1997!
Savage Garden – Truly Madly Deeply
This classic will be 20 years old this year! This makes us feel old.
Listen to all these classic 90s nostalgic hits plus more on our playlist!