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Top 100 from 1999

September 14, 2008

My friend, A Soldier’s Wife posted this yesterday and I thought it was too much fun to pass up.  Music is a huge part of my life so I thought it absolutely fitting that I participate in the fun.

If you want to join in the fun, go to Music Outfitters, then in the search box… type in the year you graduated.  A list of the top 100 songs from that year will appear.  Cross out the songs you didn’t like, Bold the songs you liked, Italicize the songs you loved, if you don’t remember the song or don’t have any strong feelings about it… leave it as is.

Top 100 from 1999!

1. Believe, Cher
2. No Scrubs, TLC
3. Angel Of Mine, Monica
4. Heartbreak Hotel, Whitney Houston
5. …Baby One More Time, Britney Spears
6. Kiss Me, Sixpence None The Richer
7. Genie In A Bottle, Christina Aguilera
8. Every Morning, Sugar Ray
9. Nobody’s Supposed To Be Here, Deborah Cox
10. Livin’ La Vida Loca, Ricky Martin
11. Where My Girls At?, 702
12. If You Had My Love, Jennifer Lopez
13. Slide, Goo Goo Dolls
14. Have You Ever?, Brandy
15. I Want It That Way, Backstreet Boys
16. I’m Your Angel, R. Kelly and Celine Dion
17. All Star, Smash Mouth
18. Angel, Sarah McLachlan
19. Smooth, Santana Featuring Rob Thomas
20. Unpretty, TLC
21. Bills, Bills, Bills, Destiny’s Child
22. Save Tonight, Eagle-Eye Cherry
23. Last Kiss, Pearl Jam
24. Fortunate, Maxwell
25. All I Have To Give, Backstreet Boys
26. Bailamos, Enrique Iglesias
27. What’s It Gonna Be?!, Busta Rhymes Featuring Janet
28. What It’s Like, Everlast
29. Fly Away, Lenny Kravitz
30. Someday, Sugar Ray
31. Lately, Divine
32. That Don’t Impress Me Much, Shania Twain
33. Wild Wild West, Will Smith Featuring Dru Hill and Kool Moe Dee
34. Scar Tissue, Red Hot Chili Peppers
35. Heartbreaker, Mariah Carey Featuring Jay-Z
36. I Still Believe, Mariah Carey
37. The Hardest Thing, 98 Degrees
38. Summer Girls, LFO
39. Can I Get A…, Jay-Z Featuring Amil (Of Major Coinz) and Ja
40. Jumper, Third Eye Blind
41. Doo Wop (That Thing), Lauryn Hill
42. Mambo No. 5 (A Little Bit Of…), Lou Bega
43. Sweet Lady, Tyrese
44. It’s Not Right But It’s Okay, Whitney Houston
45. (God Must Have Spent) A Little More Time On You, ‘N Sync
46. Lullaby, Shawn Mullins
47. Anywhere, 112 Featuring Lil’Z
48. Tell Me It’s Real, K-Ci and JoJo
49. Back 2 Good, Matchbox 20
50. 808, Blaque
51. She’s So High, Tal Bachman
52. She’s All I Ever Had, Ricky Martin
53. Miami, Will Smith
54. Hands, Jewel
55. Who Dat, JT Money Featuring Sole
56. Please Remember Me, Tim McGraw
57. From This Moment On, Shania Twain
58. Love Like This, Faith Evans
59. You, Jesse Powell
60. Trippin’, Total Featuring Missy Elliott
61. If You (Lovin’ Me), Silk
62. Ex-Factor, Lauryn Hill
63. Give It To You, Jordan Knight
64. Black Balloon, Goo Goo Dolls
65. Spend My Life With You, Eric Benet Featuring Tamia
66. These Are The Times, Dru Hill
67. I Don’t Want To Miss A Thing, Mark Chesnutt
68. I Do (Cherish You), 98 Degrees ** Cheesy, I know… but this was my wedding song
69. Because Of You, 98 Degrees
70. I Will Remember You (Live), Sarah McLachlan
71. Chante’s Got A Man, Chante Moore
72. Happily Ever After, Case
73. My Love Is Your Love, Whitney Houston
74. All Night Long, Faith Evans Featuring Puff Daddy
75. Back That Thang Up, Juvenile Featuring Mannie Fresh and Lil’ Wayne
76. Almost Doesn’t Count, Brandy
77. Man! I Feel Like A Woman!, Shania Twain
78. Steal My Sunshine, Len
79. I Need To Know, Marc Anthony
80. So Anxious, Ginuwine
81. Faded Pictures, Case and Joe
82. Back At One, Brian McKnight
83. When A Woman’s Fed Up, R. Kelly
84. How Forever Feels, Kenny Chesney
85. Amazed, Lonestar
86. Sometimes, Britney Spears
87. Ghetto Cowboy, Mo Thugs Family Featuring Bone Thugs-N-Harmony
88. Out Of My Head, Fastball
89. Hard Knock Life (Ghetto Anthem), Jay-Z
90. Jamboree, Naughty By Nature Featuring Zhane
91. Take Me There, BLACKstreet and Mya Featuring Mase and Blinky Blink
92. Stay The Same, Joey McIntyre
93. Lesson In Leavin’, Jo Dee Messina
94. Iris, Goo Goo Dolls
95. Satisfy You, Puff Daddy Featuring R. Kelly
96. Better Days (And The Bottom Drops Out), Citizen King
97. Music Of My Heart, ‘N Sync and Gloria Estefan
98. Write This Down, George Strait
99. When You Believe, Whitney Houston and Mariah Carey
100. God Must Have Spent A Little More Time On You, Alabama Featuring ‘N Sync

Well, that was fun!  I remember most of these, but I listened (and still do) to a lot of Contemporary Christian music.  My childhood best friends and I were also really into oldies… so we listened to The Beatles, Steven Miller Band, Frank Sinatra, and Nat King Cole.  I listen to everything… except Rammstein (The Husband loves Rammstein and I cannot stand it.  I often threaten to learn German just so I can understand what they’re so pissed off about.

I guess taste in music hasn’t changed much.  I still listen to Frank Sinatra at an alarming pace. I love pretty much everything.
Happy weekend everyone!

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4 Comments leave one →
  1. September 14, 2008 12:07

    Funny, looking over your list, I know so many of these because at that time, my oldest daughter was just coming into music herself, pulling her younger sister with her, much like mine did….wanting to go to her first concert, I spent hours, weeks, months trying to obtain tickets to the N’Sync concert, to no avail…her friend a few doors down, however, did go, and she was one of those “friends” who made her feel horrible about the fact that she went and my daughter didn’t. I would have paid anything to get her there…..

    She finally, after many years of moving around went to her first concert this summer with her dad and sister, they went to WARP TOUR, a new age, grunge type gathering of music groups where they saw most of their very favorite artists perform. They got to meet them, talk to them….they were very happy in retrospect that they never got to go to the first one back then…. They saw one that I would have like to have seen myself, since there is a lot of music they listen to that I really like (and some I can’t bear to listen to at all) here is the one that I would have liked to have seen …Paramore.

    I too love contemporary Christian music as well as music from Frank Sinatra, Nat King Cole, Bing Crosby, The Andrew Sisters, Billie Holiday, Dean Martin, Danny Kaye ….. I could go on..and on….

    I guess there isn’t much music I don’t like.
    Its interesting to see how music spans the generations and pulls us together….even though as adults we have quite the age difference between us….

  2. September 14, 2008 12:22

    I guess it is a clue to my advancing years that I am not familiar with more than half of the list.
    I do, however, like your oldies list.
    As far as the angry Germans go, never heard of them and maybe that’s a good thing.
    I like a good crooner, and some classic sing along rock.
    (And I am quite happy that my daughter has long outgrown her Destiny’s Child phase, they were getting on my nerves.)

  3. September 14, 2008 23:08

    Sinatra and all the crooners are always welcome in my home. Show tunes, 80s music, and lots and lots of classical music area always welcome here. I’m trying to inspire the budding violinists in my home. Hope you had a good weekend.

  4. September 15, 2008 19:30

    Ohh what a fun list, takes me right back to high school and those amazing times, I remember almost all of those songs. Can’t believe that was almost 10 years ago. I love all kinds of music, if I’ve been exposed to it, I usually end up liking it. I was a huge Natalie Cole fan back then too. I may have to dig out my old CDs and have a musical walk down memory lane. 🙂

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