VH1 Seeks the Top 100 Songs of the 90’s

What do I remember about the 90’s? Hmmmm…snap bracelets, Don Mattingly’s mustache and Pogs, just to name a few examples – but above all I remember the music.

“Jump Around,” the entire Jock Jams album, Weird Al and Hootie.

If I were to compile the “soundtrack of my life” at least 75% would be classic 90’s songs. C’mon – can you think of anything better than ripping up the volume to Jamiroquai’s “Virtual Insanity” as you fly down the highway? Yeah, I can’t neither.

Over the next 3 weeks VH1 will be compiling a list of the Top 100 songs of the 90’s and we, the users, have the final say on the list’s order.

Here’s how it works: go to the Top 100 songs of the 90’s page and scan through their alphabetical list of 100 90’s hits; get nostalgic for about 3 hours as you glance at every song; remember a key moment in your life when that song was playing; start crying about how old you’ve got overnight. Once you’re done with the nostalgic boo-hoos simply drag and drop your Top 10 into the list application and click submit. Bingo! Bango! Very easy to use and worth the time.

At 1:30AM last night today I put together my Top 10 list and here’s how it looks.

Check out the music videos in my Top 10 after the jump.

Snow – “Informer”

Stone Temple Pilots – “Interstate Love Song”

Old Dirty Bastard – “Got Your Money”

Semisonic – “Closing Time”

Montell Jordan – “This is How We Do It”

Fastball – “The Way”

Marcy Playground – “Sex and Candy”

Jamiroquai – “Virtual Insanity”

Spin Doctors – “Two Princes”

New Radicals – “Only Get What You Give”

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