10 songs you’ve forgotten about from the 90s


SONGS have the power to pull you back into a precise moment, particularly when you haven’t heard them for a long time.

A chorus heard in a lift in the shopping centre or a drum solo in a coffee queue can bring you back to a festival, concert or party and make you think of the friends you maybe haven’t seen in a while.

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We’re recalling our favourite songs from the ‘90s that we’d almost forgotten about. If any of these trigger a memory, or pull you back to a special moment why not scroll down and tell us about it, and you could win a prize that will help you create more magic music moments.

Steal My Sunshine, Len, 1998

Steal my Sunshine, by Canadian band, Len, was the anthem of summer 1998, reaching number of 8 in the UK Charts.

All That She Wants, Ace of Base, 1992

The karaoke favourite by Swedish group, Ace of Base, was the second single from their first album, Happy Nation. It made number 1 in the UK Charts.

You’re Gorgeous, Babybird, 1996

Inexplicably, this song was rerecorded by The Wurzels in 2002. The original reached number 3 in the UK charts.

Hey Boy, Hey Girl, The Chemical Brothers, 1999

Hey Boy, Hey Girl only made it to number 3 in the UK Charts, but it’s still being played in clubs today.

The You & Me Song, The Wannadies, 1994

The popular song by Swedish band The Wannadies was used on the soundtrack of Baz Luhrmann’s Romeo + Juliet.

Breakfast at Tiffany’s, Deep Blue Something, 1995

Breakfast at Tiffany’s was American band Deep Blue Something’s only hit, and it reached the peak of number 1 in the UK Charts.

Crush, Jennifer Paige, 1998

One hit wonder, Jennifer Paige, topped the charts in Australia, Canada and New Zealand with her song, Crush.

7 Seconds, Youssou N’Dour ft. Neneh Cherry, 1994

7 Seconds won the MTV Europe Music Award for Best Song in 1994.

How Bizarre, OMC, 1996

How Bizarre was the first single by New Zealand group OMC and it reached number 5 in the UK Charts.

Trouble, Shampoo, 1995

The mega catchy Trouble by Shampoo rose to fame after being used as the promo single for the film Mighty Morphin Power Rangers: The Film.

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