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A good chunk of millennials were either pre teens or young teens in 1994 and their budding musical tastes were informed by a wide array of memorable offerings in just about every genre. It was the post grunge era, and alternative music ruled.
Below are 20 of the most influential, notable and, well, just downright catchy, songs released two "Buy Cheap Jintropin Online" decades ago. And yes, it was agonizing to narrow this down to 20 (sorry, Des'ree! You just missed it).
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1. "The Sign," Ace of Base
To be technical (as one always should when dealing with Ace of Base), this song will turn 21 this year, since it was released in the United States on December 21, 1993. But we'll overlook that since Billboard recognizes it is as the No. 1 song of 1994. Yes, of the entire year. And it also has the distinction of inspiring a "Full House" episode where Stephanie forms the band, Girl Talk. How's that for a very "Anabola Steroider Norge Lagligt" 1994 sentence?
2. "Longview," Green Day
"Dookie" was Green Day's major label debut, and "Longview" was its first single (it went to No. 1). There probably was no better song in 1994 that "Oxandrolone Powder India" captured that "slacker" mentality (pot smoking! boredom! other things we can't say!). It's also likely the best thing ever to "Achat Anabolisant Belgique" come from being high on LSD, as bassist Mike Dirnt said he was doing when he wrote the bass line.
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4. "Crazy," Aerosmith
Aerosmith unexpected Equipoise Bloat early 1990s renaissance (Aerosance?) was capped with this track and its influential video, which was 4-chlorodehydromethyltestosterone played roughly 28 times an hour on MTV.
5. "100% Pure Love," Crystal Waters
Nothing quite said "Jock Jams"/MTV's Anavar And Women "The Grind" like "100% Pure Love." Bonus awesome points: One of the video's dancers is Michael Kenneth Williams, Omar on "The Wire," who also choreographed it.
6. "Undone (The Sweater Song)," Weezer
Weezer released it's self titled debut album, aka "The Blue Album" in 1994, and angsty/awkward teens (like us) were never the same after this, its first single (next single: "Buddy Holly"). God bless you, Rivers Cuomo.
7. "Stay (I Missed You)," Lisa Loeb
Latest vidence of the enduring legacy/power of "Stay"? The prison sing along in Season 2 "Orange is the New Black."
8. "I Alone," Live
Live was the Creed of 1994 but less Jesus y. And sure, they're a bit of a joke now, but here's a reminder that the album "Throwing Copper" sold more than 8 million copies. Mostly to angry frat guys, but still.