'90s Pop

A Retro Rewind episode. Saturdays and Sundays 12pm to 1pm.

Sun 24 February 2019

Is your go-to dance move the Macarena?

Is your groove in the heart?

Are you ready to hail the Vengabus?

It's time to dust off the Doc Martens, tie on the chokers, and chuck on the cargo pants because we have selected the ultimate ’90s Pop playlist for the Boomers, X and Yers who danced through the final decade of the 20th century.

Big thanks to our friends on Facebook who helped us select this amazing list.

1. Fatboy Slim - Praise You
2. Deee-lite - Groove Is in the Heart
3. MC Hammer - U Can't Touch This
4. Kylie Minogue - Better the Devil You Know
5. Ace of Base - The Sign
6. Smash Mouth - All Star
7. Spin Doctors - Two Princes
8. Hanson - Mmmbop
9. Spice Girls - Say You'll Be There
10. Vengaboys - We Like to Party! (the Vengabus)
11. Los Del Rio - Macarena
12. The Cure - Friday I'm In Love
13. Macy Gray - I Try
14. Lighthouse Family - High
15. Cher - Believe

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