20 Years Ago In Music: Top Music Hits of 1993

If you’re in your late 20’s or early 30’s you’re a 90’s kid. In the 90’s lots of great songs were released. I’ve just walked down 20 years ago in music. The list is long, but oh, how wonderful the music was! I’m going to share with you my favorite songs, and I’m sure most of them are your favorite too! So read on and come take a walk down memory lane with me. Then check out the end for some of my favorite music videos!

20 Years in Music Memory Lane


Songs You Know By Heart:

  1. All for Love – Bryan Adams, Rod Stewart, and Sting
  2. All That She Wants – Ace of Base
  3. Amazing – Aerosmith
  4. American Honky Tonk Bar Association – Garth Brooks
  5. Another Sad Love Song – Toni Braxton
  6. Back Seat (of My jeep) – LL Cool J
  7. Because the Night – 10,000 Maniacs
  8. Bed of Roses – Bon Jovi
  9. Big Gun – AC/DC
  10. Bombtrack – Rage Against the Machine
  11. Breathe Again – Toni Braxton
  12. Can’t Get Enough of Your Love – Taylor Dayne
  13. Can’t Help Falling In Love – UB40
  14. Cat’s In the Cradle – Ugly Kid Joe
  15. Come Baby Come – K7
  16. Creep – Radio Head
  17. Cryin’ – Aerosmith
  18. Dreamlover – Mariah Carey
  19. Everybody Hurts – R.E.M
  20. Give Into Me – Michael Jackson
  21. Hat 2 Da Back – TLC
  22. Have I Told You Lately – Rod Stewart
  23. Hero – Mariah Carey
  24. Hip Hop Hooray – Naughty by Nature
  25. I Get Around – 2Pac
  26. I Have Nothing – Whitney Houston
  27. I’d Do Anything for Love (But I Won’t Do That) – Meatloaf
  28. Informer – Snow
  29. Insane In the Brain – Cypress Hill
  30. Please Forgive Me – Bryan Adams
  31. Runaway Train – Soul Asylum
  32. Shoop – Salt-N-Pepa
  33. The Sign – Ace of Base
  34. What Is Love – Haddaway
  35. Whoomp! (There It Is) – Tag Team

Songs You May Not Know But Should:


  1. Are You Gonna Go My Way – Lenny Kravitz
  2. Heart-Shaped Box – Nirvana
  3. If I Ever Lose My Faith in You – Sting
  4. Jump They Say – David Bowie
  5. Linger – The Cranberries
  6. Mr. Jones – Counting Crows
  7. Nuthin’ But a “G” Thang – Dr. Dre featuring Snoop Doggy Dogg
  8. Plush – Stone Temple Pilots
  9. Soul to Squeeze – Red Hot Chili Peppers
  10. The River of Dreams – Billy Joel
  11. Today -The Smashing Pumpkins
  12. Two Princes – Spin Doctors
  13. What’s Up – Four Non Blondes


Best Italian Song of 1993

Cose della vita – Eros Ramazzotti



My All Time Favorite Music Videos:

Note: Some of these may have already been mentioned above



 I’m from Jersey and every Jersey Girl loves Bon Jovi! I mean what is there not to love? He’s hot, the band is hot, and their songs are hot! They literally have a song for everything!!! The best part? They never get old!



Toni Braxton’s songs are from the heart. You can feel the pain, love, tears, etc. just pouring out of her beautiful voice. Toni Braxton songs are the only songs that I can sing and sound good while singing! I used to love listening to her songs, especially when I was in High School and my heart was breaking. You remember those don’t you?


Meatloaf is one of those artists that sings epic songs. By epic I mean they’re long, but sooo beautiful. His songs are about love lost, reaching out, sacrifices, and so much more. He even has some awesome other songs from his Bat Out of Hell album. Such songs include: Paradise By the Dashboard Lights, For Crying Out Loud, and You Took the Words Right Out of My Mouth (Hot Summer Night). If you haven’t heard of Meatloaf, I suggest that you start now!


Songs have been in existence for as long as humans have been around. Music helps us describe what we are feeling, or sometimes what we can’t put into words what we are feeling. As I sat here and wrote out this post, I just couldn’t believe that some of the greatest songs of our generation are now officially 20 years old. I still get nostalgic when I hear some of them. I literally get to walk down memory lane. It’s amazing that most of us were between 9 and 10 years old when some of the world’s best music was made! I hope you have enjoyed this nostalgic journey with me. What are some of your favorite songs from your generation?


Maria is a Step-Mom to 3 rambunctious boys aged 8, 6, and 5. She's a Writer, an Advocate for Infertility and PCOS, and an avid Baker and Cook. Here you can find how she deals with infertility as she tries to add to her family, traditional Italian recipes, and about her Adventures as a Homemaker. Grab a cup of strong coffee, a bag of popcorn, sit back and get ready to be entertained!

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  1. says

    I’m a youngin, so in 1993 I was all of 7 years old, but I think what a lot of these songs have proven is that they have some serious staying power. I’ve heard them all, know most of them, and they will continue to live on for many more decades to come.

    Thanks for rounding up all of this music. It was really interesting to see it listed all together.
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    • says

      YAY Trisha!!! I was laughing as I made that list, because I knew some wouldn’t know a single one! I did know that some of us would know them all!

  2. Tiffany says

    I love this list!! Like we were joking abut on FB, Dr. Dre and Snoop Dogg are the pinnacle of awesome 90’s hip-hop!

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