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Add songs about new beginnings, new starts.
The Velvet Underground,
Some of the best cover songs of all time, including some songs you didn't even know were covers.
The White Stripes,
Guns N' Roses,
The '90s weren't just grunge, flannel and cynicism. Enjoy these fun, positive Clinton-era tunes.
Toad The Wet Sprocket,
The Smashing Pumpkins
We may think of the '90s as the "Whatever" decade, but there was plenty going on to get you all riled up. Whether you want to enjoy that grumpy mood or snap yourself out of it, these songs will help. Or not. Whatever.
The Smashing Pumpkins,
Nod your head to these badass, angsty, outspoken ladies of the '90s. From Alanis and Fiona to Liz and Courtney, these women were not afraid to bare their hearts, yell, scream, and declare their unwavering presence.
Listen to every song that reached the top of the charts in the U.S. in the 1970s.
KC & The Sunshine Band
With the rise of alternative rock and the artistic maturity of hip-hop, MTV found itself at the dawn of its second golden age. Relive the '90s without all the commercials.
Celebrate and get down to these upbeat and danceable cuts from the biggest family bands of the '60s and '70s.
Sly & The Family Stone,
At the dawn of the 1980s, blue eyed soul began to expand in new directions as ex-punks and rockers discovered the joys of Motown and Stax singles. The resulting blend of pop and R&B was one of the defining sounds of the era.
Hall & Oates,