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8 Favorite 90s Music Hits

Getting a vinyl record is a good start. The next thing you need is a turntable and then you’re good to go.

“Good to go” where, you ask? To start playing the 90s hits with what it looks like the best equipment!

Here’s a list of what’s worth playing.

Baby One More Time by Britney Spears

From the moment she first stepped into the limelight, Britney Spears became an icon. And this song, which came out in 1999, started the fire.

It’s one of her best and its video is of a schoolgirl waiting for the bell to ding so she can go home.

Push by Matchbox20

This song by Rob Thomas and his crew speaks of the ups and downs of being in a relationship. It’s a fan favorite because it’s relatable. It discusses the bittersweet emotion of wanting to do something halfheartedly.

Wannabe by the Spice Girls

This is a timeless hit by the Spice Girls. If there’s a song that could help you identify them at first try, this is it.

Because it’s upbeat, listening to it will make you feel “up”, too.

All the Small Things by Blink 182

One particular time, Travis, Tom, and Mark became the talk of the town because of this song. It speaks of fun of all sorts.

Its video is also worth checking out if fun is what you’re after. It shows a mockery of life involving famous pop stars!

Wonderwall by Oasis

The nostalgia can’t help but enter the room once you hear Oasis’ front man, Noel Gallagher, sing – or even utter a word. So in this subtle take on romantic gestures for a girl, you can’t help but feel butterflies for the people you cherish.

Bye, Bye, Bye by Nsync

To experience a winning boyband’s take on good pop music, check this out. Here, Justin Timberlake and the boys belt it out so perfectly!

Save Tonight by Eagle-Eye Cherry

If you’re into alternative rock, and at the same time, you’re dreaming of something epic, this song by a one-hit wonder is the song you want.

Seeing the world from different angles can be cathartic and you just want to preserve the memory. Well, this song is all about that!

Fast Car by Tracy Chapman

This is a classic song by a classic singer-songwriter when you’re on the road. Maybe it’s because the title has the word “car” in it.

Maybe. But it doesn’t change the fact that this song is exceptionally written for anyone wanting an adventure!

Final Thoughts + Disclaimer

Because a turntable is a piece of high-end equipment, it’s what you want to use for these songs.

Don’t know how to use the equipment according to your friend? Well, it looks like you two have distinct viewpoints. Either way, you can always teach yourself the right way!

In the case of protests, you should know that this list is subjective. Maybe there are better songs out there. Then again, maybe there aren’t.

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