Summer Songs of the 1990s

What is a Summer Song?

1. The the classic songs that describe summertime, vacations, beaches and the boardwalk.

2. The songs that were payed in constant rotation on the radio, boardwalks
and dance clubs that summer.

Included are timeless, obvious songs like Summertime by Jazzy Jeff and the Fresh Prince LFO and Summer in The City by The Lovin’ Spoonful and there were songs that were played non-stop on the radio over the summer like Step By Step by New Kids
On The Block, MMMBop by Hanson and All Star by Smash Mouth.

We also noted that some of the best-known summer songs did not come out over the summer at all. Don’t Speak by No Doubt was released in late 1996, but stayed on the Billboard Charts for over a year, and dominated during the summer of 1997.

We combine the classic summer songs and songs that dominated the airwaves during the summer, with our own Pop Culture Madness look at the songs that outlasted others from their era.

1990s Summer Songs
1. Summertime – DJ Jazzy Jeff & Fresh Prince, 1991
2. Everybody (Backstreet’s Back) – Backstreet Boys, 1998
3. All Star – Smash Mouth, 1999
4. Summergirls – LFO, 1999
5. MMMBop – Hanson, 1997
6. That’s The Way Love Goes – Janet Jackson, 1993
7. U Can’t Touch This – M.C. Hammer, 1990
8. Baby Got Back – Sir Mix-A-Lot, 1992
9. Boombastic/In The Summertime – Shaggy, 1995
10. Macarena – Los Del Rio, 1996
11. The Boy Is Mine – Brandy & Monica, 1998
12. This Is How We Do It – Montell Jordan, 1995
13. I’ll Be Missing You – Puff daddy & Faith Evens featuring 112,
1996
14. Cruel Summer – Ace of Base, 1997
15. Regulate – Warren G & Nate Dogg
16. Step By Step – New Kids On The Block, 1990
17. Waterfalls – TLC, 1995
18. Good Vibrations – Marky Mark and The Funky Bunch, 1991
19. Steal My Sunshine – Len, 1999
20. Don’t Speak – No Doubt, 1997
21. Iris – Goo Goo Dolls, 1998
22. Too Close – Next, 1998
23. I Swear – All-4-One, 1994
24. Poison – Bel Biv DeVoe, 1990
25. Unbelievable – EMF, 1991
26. Doin’ Time – Sublime
27. California Love – 2 Pac featuring Dr. Dre & Roger Troutman,
1996
28. 1979 – Smashing Pumpkins, 1996
29. If You Had My Love – Jennifer Lopez, 1999
30. More Than Words – Extreme, 1991
31. Genie In A Bottle – Christina Aguilera
32. Semi-Charmed Life – Third Eye Blind, 1996
33. Summertime – The Sundays
34. End of the Road – Boyz II Men, 1992
35. Vogue – Madonna, 1990
36. I’m Gonna Be (500 Miles) – The Proclaimers
37. Hold On – Wilson Phillips, 1990
38. Last Kiss – Pearl Jam, 1999
39. Alright – Janet Jackson, 1990
40. Living The Vida Loca – Ricky Martin, 1999
41. Power of Love/Love Power – Luther Vandross, 1991
42. All I Wanna Do Is Make Love To You – Heart, 1990
43. Losing My Religion – R.E.M., 1991
44. Hold On – En Vogue, 1990
45. Wild Wild West – Will Smith with Dru Hill & Kool Moe Dee,
1999
46. It Must Have Been Love – Roxette, 1990
47. Fantasic Voyage – Coolio, 1994
48. No Scrubs – TLC, 1999
49. (Everything I Do) I Do It For You – Bryan Adams, 1991
50. The Power – Snap!, 1990
51. It’s Not Right, Bit It’s Okay – Whitney Houston, 1999
52. Total Eclipse of the Heart – Nicki French, 1995
53. The Sign – Ace of Base, 1994
54. You’re Still The One – Shania Twain, 1998
55. Regulate – Warren G. & Nate Dogg, 1994
56. Say You’ll Be There – Spice Girls, 1996
57. Under The Bridge – Red Hot Chili Peppers, 1992
58. You Were Meant For Me – Jewel, 1996
59. That Don’t Impress Me Much – Shania Twain, 1999
60. Never Ever – All Saints, 1997
61. Can’t Help Falling In Love – UB40
62. Jump – Kris Kross, 1992
63. Weak – SWV (Sisters With Voices), 1993
64. Stay (I Missed You) – Lisa Loeb & Nine Stories, 1994
65. Love Is A Wonderful Thing – Micheal Bolton, 1991
66. Walkin’ On The Sun – Smash Mouth, 1997
67. She Ain’t Worth It – Glenn Medeiros featuring Bobby Brown, 1990
68. Bitch – Meredith Brooks, 1996
69. My Lovin’ (You’re Never Gonna Get It) – En Vogue, 1992
70. Kiss Me – Sixpence None The Richer, 1999
71. Ironic – Alanis Morissette, 1996
72. Ray of Light – Madonna, 1998
73. Deadbeat Club – The B-52s, 1990
74. I’ll Be Your Shelter – Taylor Dayne, 1990
75. Have You Ever Really Loved A Woman – Bryan Adams, 1995
76. Always Be My Baby – Mariah Carey, 1996
77. Scream – Micheal Jackson, 1995
78. C’Mon N’ Ride It (The Train) – Quad City DJ’s, 1996
79. I’ll Remember – Madonna, 1994
80. Vision of Love – Mariah Carey, 1990
81. Don’t Turn Around – Ace of Base, 1994
82. Achy Breaky Heart – Billy Ray Cyrus, 1992
83. Have I Told You Lately – Rod Stewart, 1993
84. Damn, I Wish I Was Your Lover – Sophie B. Hawkins, 1992
85. Rush, Rush – Paula Abdul, 1991
86. Come Back To Me – Janet Jackson, 1990
87. Knockin Da Boots – H-Town, 1993
88. I Wanna Sex You Up – Color Me Badd, 1991
89. Enjoy The Silence – Depeche Mode, 1990
90. Gypsy Woman (She’s Homeless) – Crystal Waters, 1991
91. Whoomp! (There It Is) – Tag Team, 1993
92. One More Chance/Stay With Me – The Notorious B.I.G.
93. Do You Remember? – Phil Collins, 1990
94. Tennessee – Arrested Development, 1992
95. Rub You The Right Way – Johnny Gill, 1990
96. Tha Crossroads – Bone thugs-n-harmony, 1996
97. Come Undone – Duran Duran, 1993
98. Touch Me (All Night Long) – Cathy Dennis, 1991
99. Piece Of My Heart – Tara Kemp, 1991
100. I Don’t Wanna Cry – Mariah Carey, 1991
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