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All your favorite one-hit wonders from the '90s.
Despite the prominence of malaise-infused genres like grunge, the '90s yielded a glut of shamelessly fun-loving, crowd-pleasing hits. Here's our salute to the '90s songs that made us feel so good.
Hootie & The Blowfish,
Relive the summers of the '90s with the hits that had you dancing through the decade, still perfect for any summertime dance party.
Naughty By Nature,
Undeniably raunchy but inescapably fun, this is the sound of South Florida party music during the late '80s and early '90s. Shake it, work it, twerk it.
2 Live Crew,
DJ Uncle Al,
The definitive '90s jock jams collection.
The Notorious B.I.G.,
Two left feet? No problem. This playlist of dance instruction jams will teach you everything from The Twist to The Dougie.
In the 1990s, dance songs combined elements of electronic and house music with R&B and soul-inspired vocals. Rhythm is indeed a dancer.
Bust a move to these memorable hits from the '80s and '90s. Relive all the pop, hip-hop and alt-rock songs you secretly -- or not so secretly -- love to sing along to.
Having too good of a day? House party too crowded? Throw on this playlist of the worst songs of all time: one-hit wonders, novelty tracks, and cassingles we hid in the attic. We're ashamed to say we still like some of these.
Quad City DJ's,
Lyte Funkie Ones