Smooth by Santana (feat. Rob Thomas)
I defy anyone to not wiggle their ass to this song. It is physically impossible.
Playground Love by Air
Part of the soundtrack to Sophia Coppola's The Virgin Suicides, this track sounds as current today as ever.
Common People by Pulp
Featuring a young Jarvis Cocker, this song has to be one of the anthems of the 90's, and says more about class segregation than Blur's Country House.
Bohemian Like You by The Dandy Warhols
Puts a cheeky smile on your face and has a catchy little riff - what's not to love.
Iris by The Goo Goo Dolls
Every misunderstood teen's anthem.
Come As You Are by Nirvana
Gods of Grunge...RIP Kurt.
I Wanna Be Adored by The Stone Roses
Classic 90's Alt-Rock curtesy of this amazing Mancunian band.
1979 by Smashing Pumpkins
Epitomising 90's carefree attitude.
Born Slippy by Underworld
An iconic tune from the fathers of Trance, featured in Trainspotting. On a side note, I saw them in Italy last year and they're still killing it.
Frozen by Madonna
Hey look - it's Madonna before she started exercising too much and behaving like a fairground stripper. Back in the days when she was actually doing interesting stuff.
Kiss Me by Sixpence None The Richer
The ultimate 90's make-out tune featured in nearly every high-school romance film.
Why Does It Always Rain On Me? by Travis
The first song I ever heard by the Scottish band. The video is great and the vocals are haunting.
Believe me, I could go on, but for now - I'll leave it at that. Perhaps I'll do a 90's Part Two someday.
What are your gems of the Nineties?