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"Under the Bridge" Voted Greatest Song of the 90's

Red Hot Chili Peppers "Under the Bridge" Voted Greatest Song of the 90's

C4 viewers may have voted Nirvana Nevermind as the album you must own in last weeks U CHOOSE 40, but this week - the Seattle rockers lost out to the Red Hot Chili Peppers and Guns n Roses in votes for the greatest song of the 90's. Red Hot Chili Peppers "Under the Bridge" came in first, followed by Guns n Roses "November Rain" and then Nirvana's "Smells Like Teen Spirit". "Come As You Are" came in at number 9 - making Nirvana the only band with two tracks in the Top 10. The Exponents "Why Does Love Do This To Me" was the only NZ track to feature in the 40 songs chosen by C4 viewers. The full Top 40 is shown below. This weeks U Choose 40 is "Top 40 Fashion Disasters" ironically marking the launch of NZ Fashion Week. Visit www.c4tv.co.nz to vote.

U CHOOSE 40 SCREENS EVERY SUNDAY AT 8.30PM ON C4

GREATEST SONGS OF THE 90's
# Song Title Artist
1 Under The Bridge RHCP
2 Novemeber Rain Guns N Roses
3 Smells Like Teen Spirit Nirvana
4 Ganstars Paradise Coolio
5 Nothing Else Matters Metallica
6 Creep Radiohead
7 California Love 2Pac
8 Wonderwall Oasis
9 Come as You Are Nirvana
10 Learn to Fly Foo Fighters
11 Why Does Love Do This to Me Exponents
12 Lightning Crashes Live
13 I Don't Want To Miss a Thing Aerosmith
14 When I Come Around Green Day
15 Whats my Age Again Blink 182
16 Bitter Sweet Symphony The Verve
17 Don't Speak No Doubt
18 I'll Be Missing You Diddy/Faith Evans
19 Freestylers Bomfunk MC's
20 1979 Smashing Pumpkins
21 Baby One More Time Britney Spears
22 Basket Case Green Day
23 Firestarter The Prodigy
24 Epic Faith No More
25 Waterfalls TLC
26 One U2
27 Genie in a Bottle Christina Aguilera
28 Gin & Juice Snoop Dogg
29 Ironic Alanis Morissette
30 Tub Thumping Chumbawamba
31 Don't Look Back in Anger Oasis
32 Buddy Holy Weezer
33 Karma Police Radiohead
34 Black Hole Sun Soundgarden
35 Scar Tissue RHCP
36 Angels Robbie Williams
37 Dreamlover Mariah Carey
38 Jump Around House of Pain
39 I'll Make Love to You Boyz to Men
40 Prettty Fly for a White Guy The Offspring


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