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Album: NOW That's What I Call A Decade 1990s

Artist: Various Artists

  • Genre: Pop
  • Release Date: 2021
  • Explicitness: cleaned
  • Country: USA
  • Track Count: 18

  • Copyright: This Compilation ℗ 2021 UMG Recordings, Inc. and Sony Music Entertainment

Tracklist For NOW That's What I Call A Decade 1990s By Artist Various Artists

Title Artist Time
1
Vision Of Love Mariah Carey 3:26 USD Album Only
2
All I Wanna Do Sheryl Crow 4:31 USD Album Only
3
No Rain Blind Melon 3:34 USD Album Only
4
You Get What You Give New Radicals 4:54 USD Album Only
5
American Woman Lenny Kravitz 4:19 USD Album Only
6
Little Miss Can't Be Wrong Spin Doctors 3:51 USD Album Only
7
All Star Smash Mouth 3:17 USD Album Only
8
...Baby One More Time Britney Spears 3:29 USD Album Only
9
Gettin' Jiggy With It Will Smith 3:47 USD Album Only
10
This Is How We Do It Montell Jordan 3:54 USD Album Only
11
I'll Make Love To You Boyz II Men 3:54 USD Album Only
12
I Will Always Love You Whitney Houston 4:30 USD Album Only
13
I Swear All-4-One 4:16 USD Album Only
14
I Don't Wanna To Miss A Thing Aerosmith 4:57 USD Album Only
15
Hold On Wilson Phillips 4:22 USD Album Only
16
One Of Us Joan Osborne 5:01 USD Album Only
17
Run-Around Blues Traveler 4:36 USD Album Only
18
What I Got Sublime 2:49 USD Album Only

Reviews For NOW That's What I Call A Decade 1990s By Artist Various Artists

  • You realize that the 90s had a massive rave scene

    1
    By App inspecting rock
    ,right? No 2Unlimited, no Crystal Method, not even any Information Society. Now that's what I call a fail,
  • Really???

    1
    By Seminole2816
    Out of all the great songs of the 90’s, this is what we get?
  • Nothing new

    1
    By Bluedragon4
    It’s always the same songs. You would think the 90’s only had 20 songs out that decade.
  • Really

    5
    By funnybunny1563
    Amazing app
  • The 90s have NOT aged well.

    1
    By Cookie Monster Groupie
    Lenny Kravitz' "American Woman" stands out like a sparkling diamond, but it's sitting in a pile of manure.

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