Let's face it, nothing beats our favorite 90s bands. Here are the eight 90s bands that we would do anything to see get back together for an encore performance.
Thank goodness we still have Beyonce to grace us with her chart-topping singles, but Destiny's Child will always hold a special place in our hearts. It's always a taste of nostalgia when Michelle Williams and Kelly Rowland join Beyonce on stage to give us a blast from the past with a performance of "I'm a Survivor" or "Say My Name."
When you think of '90s boy bands, few stand out as clearly as these five heartthrobs. For better or for worse, Justin Timberlake broke into the spotlight and went solo, but we'll never forget the "Bye Bye Bye" band that defined '90s radio.
Whether you professed to be a Backstreet Boys or an *NSYNC fan, we know the truth: you loved both. Most fans have no idea what's become of A.J, Howie, Nick, Kevin, and Brian. Either way, everyone is asking "Tell Me Why," you ever broke up, wishing we could sing out "Backstreet's Back, Alright!"
If you were a girl growing up in the '90s, chances are that you had an alter ego that was either Sporty, Scary, Baby, Ginger, or Posh Spice. Saying goodbye to Spice World was like saying goodbye to an era. The nostalgia is clear from the way that tickets for reunion concerts are sold in just minutes.
There was something more than the top selling singles and Grammy awards that made us fall in love with TLC. Unfortunately the trio faced an abrupt ending after Lisa "Left Eye" Lopes's tragic death, but we will always remember the lyrics to our favorite TLC songs.
The Verve made a handful of admirable attempts to work out their internal qualms and reunite, but they were ultimately unsuccessful. In any case, their hit song "Bittersweet Symphony," is a hallmark of the '90s and tune that we will never forget.
They weren't around for long, but the New Radicals made some music we'll never forget. "You Get What You Give" and "Someday We'll Know" are two of the greatest feel good songs of the '90s. Who knows what music they could have made if they stuck together a while longer?
Maybe it was the Lachey boy duo that made us love 98 Degrees, but we'd love to see them heat up the stage again.