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October 29, 2008

90s Pop Music Playlist

Summer Girls - LFO

The week’s playlist focuses in on 90s Pop Music. After compiling the top 5 pop songs from every year of the decade, I realized I didn’t have a playlist dedicated to the genre yet. This collection of songs is filled with songs that either people want to forget or have embraced over the years due to their nostalgic value. There is not too many people openly praising the quality of these songs. “Crazy For This Girl” is one of my favorites: an often forgotten 90s music gem. I have always been more of the alternative post-grunge fan of the late 90s but you can’t help but like these songs.

If you get one thing out of this, just remember:
“When you take a sip you buzz like a hornet,
Billy Shakespeare wrote a whole bunch of sonnets”

Enough said.

90s Pop Music Playlist:
1. “Drive Me Crazy” by Britney Spears
2. “If You Had My Love” by Jennifer Lopez
3. “I Want It That Way” by Backstreet Boys
4. “Genie In A Bottle” by Christina Aguilera
5. “Try Again” by Aaliyah
6. “Crazy For This Girl” by Evan and Jaron
7. “Summer Girls” by LFO
8. “Show Me Love” by Robyn
9. “I Want You Back” by ‘N Sync
10. “It Feels So Good” by Sonique

Here’s the link for the whole playlist: 90s Pop Music

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13 Comments


  1. steve

    that sums up the horror of the 90’s quite well…
    pure garbage


  2. ConcernedCitizen

    Mr. Rizzo. I think that your list implies that there is an order making that list more of a ranking. While I realize that is, perhaps, not your intentions I found myself, the blog reader, incensed about your ranking. I would appreciate it greatly if you would address my concern.


  3. Stan S

    I agree with the previous post. The ranking would be wrong.


  4. Doug F

    I, too, could not agree more. Your numbering suggests, nay forces on us, a hierarchy of songs from the 1990’s. I, as a long time reader, will choose to find my 90’s music information else where unless this is rectified and quickly.


  5. Anonymous

    “Your numbering suggests, nay forces on us, a hierarchy of songs from the 1990’s.”

    Nay, good sir, me holding a gun to your overinflated head is forcing something on you. Get thee sharp tongue and dull mind out!

    Oh yeah, and don’t let the door hit ya where the good Lord split ya!

    Peeps, take a chill pill. It’s only a few little numbers creating a list. Yeesh.


  6. Henrietta Clark

    Anon. First off… you should put a name. Second of all I think Doug is right so you ought to appologize.


  7. Lydia

    Oh my god, get a life Doug.

    “I, too, could not agree more. Your numbering suggests, nay forces on us, a hierarchy of songs from the 1990’s. I, as a long time reader, will choose to find my 90’s music information else where unless this is rectified and quickly.”

    Are you joking me?


  8. Nathan

    I remember all these songs (except “Summertime”), but actually liked “If You Had My Love” (only song from Jlo that’s decent). “Try Again” is from 2000 and what about “Macarena” and “Livin’ La Vida Loca?” Those and “I’m Too Sexy” are far worse than “Genie in a Bottle” or “Crazy for this girl!”


  9. Taylor

    you guys have no life.
    who cares?

    I for one found this useful. so thank you Rizzo for making this;)
    90’s pop is the best.


  10. Annoyed

    “Try again” was first released in March 2000. It stayed on the charts, but didn’t hit number one until July 2000. How does that make it 90s music? Fail.


  11. Dear Annoyed,

    “Try Again” was recorded in 1999 so I made an exception. I am sorry that I annoyed you.


  12. I enjoyed this list! Every Saturday night they play 90s songs and I can’t help but to listen sometimes. “I Want It That Way” was one of my faves. haha Thanks for the 90s memories!


  13. what?

    Are any of those songs before 97? Let’s see some love for the beginning and middle of the 90s!



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