September 29, 2017

Backstage Pass: My Favorite Songs From The ’90s

FILED IN: Fashion, Lifestyle

I love music from the ’90s and early 2000s— I think anyone who knows me well can attest to that. Whether I am running, driving, working, or blogging, my speakers are always bumpin’ Gin Blossoms or Nirvana, and everything in-between. It’s my jam, for no reason other than that it gives me all the feels and rocks my world (literally).

To that end, I’ve rounded up my most favorite songs from 1990-2000 (in no particular order).

1) “What I Got” – Sublime

2) “If You’re Gone” – Matchbox Twenty

3) “Linger” – The Cranberries

4) “Free Fallin'” – Tom Petty

5) “Meet Virginia” – Train

6) “Counting Blue Cars” – Dishwalla

7) “Semi-Charmed Life” – Third Eye Blind

8) “Iris” – The Goo Goo Dolls

9) “The Freshmen” – The Verve Pipe

10) “Best I Ever Had” – Vertical Horizon

11) “Only Wanna Be With You” – Hootie & The Blowfish

12) “Kiss Me” – Sixpence None The Richer

13) “Black Balloon” – The Goo Goo Dolls

14) “Crash Into Me” – Dave Matthews Band

15) “3 AM” – Matchbox Twenty

16) “Island In The Sun” – Weezer

17) “Real World” – Matchbox Twenty

18) “If You Could Only See” – Tonic

19) “Hey Jealousy” – Gin Blossoms

20) “Breakfast At Tiffany’s” – Deep Blue Something

21) “Under The Bridge” – Red Hot Chili Peppers

22) “Push” – Matchbox Twenty

23) “Wonderwall” – Oasis

24) “Smells Like Teen Spirit” – Nirvana

25) “All The Small Things” – Blink 182

26) “Slide” – The Goo Goo Dolls

27) “When It’s Over” – Sugar Ray

28) “Follow You Down” – Gin Blossoms

29) “You Get What You Give” – New Radicals

30) “Otherside” – Red Hot Chili Peppers

31) “Santeria” – Sublime

32) “Closing Time” – Semisonic

33) “You’re A God” – Vertical Horizon

34) “Ironic” – Alanis Morissett

35) “Roll To Me” – Del Amitri

36) “Here’s To The Night” – Eve 6

37) “What’s My Age Again” – Blink 182

38) “Dreams” – The Cranberries

39) “Out Of My Head” – Fastball

40) “All For You” – Sister Hazel

41) “My Own Worst Enemy” – Lit

42) “Scar Tissue” – Red Hot Chili Pepper

43) “100 Years” – Five For Fighting

44) “Someday” – Sugar Ray

45) “Come As You Are” – Nirvana

46) “Drive” – Incubus

47) “Save Tonight” – Eagle-Eye Cherry

48) “Two Princes” – Spin Doctors

49) “Learn To Fly” – Foo Fighters

50) “Californiacation” – Red Hot Chilli Peppers

51) “No Rain” – Blind Melon

52) “Losing My Religion” – R.E.M.

53) “I Don’t Want To Miss A Thing” – Aerosmith

54) “One Week” – Barenaked Ladies

55) “Sex And Candy” – Marcy Playground

56) “All I Wanna Do” – Sheryl Crow

57) “Mr. Jones” – Counting Crows

58) “All Star” – Smash Mouth

59) “1979” – Smashing Pumpkins

60) “Bitch” – Meredith Brooks

61) “Bitter Sweet Symphony” – The Verve

62) “Every Morning” – Sugar Ray

63) “Shine” – Collective Soul

64) “Run-Around” – Blues Travelers

65) “Barely Breathing” – Duncan Sheik

And of course, anything and everything by pop princesses— Britney Spears and The Spice Girls— make the list by default (because, duh).

Shout out to the mega-babe behind Mudd Room Co. for enabling my ’90s obsession and hooking it up with the raddest Sublime tee. Go check out her shop for all things vintage and bad-ass band shirts, if you’re in to that sort of thing.

 

xx, jordan

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