My Favourite Bands of the 90s and Noughties

Nowadays, I can’t really say that I have favourite bands. For me, there’s no one around like the good old bands of the 90s like there used to be. I can still listen to these bands and sing away just like I’m a child all over again. Let’s reminisce, starting with the best girl band of all-time…

Spice Girls

Favourite Member

Baby Spice

Favourite Songs

  • Say You’ll Be There
  • Spice Up Your Life
  • Who Do You Think You Are?
  • Mama
  • Goodbye
  • Wannabe
  • Viva Forever
  • Too Much
  • Stop
  • 2 Become 1

Childhood Memories

  • Spice World (the movie)
  • Dressing up as Baby Spice for a competition on holiday and winning!
  • My blue SPICE top – I have a photo of me wearing this somewhere


Favourite Member

Lisa Scott-Lee

Favourite Songs

  • 5, 6, 7, 8
  • Last Thing on My Mind
  • Tragedy
  • Summer of Love
  • Stomp
  • It’s The Way You Make Me Feel
  • Here and Now

Childhood Memories

  • I had a poster on my bedroom wall at my auntie and uncle’s house
  • I used to love dancing to 5, 6, 7, 8 on the dance mat – I actually danced to this song on a night out the other weekend!
  • Buzz was one of my favourite albums

Atomic Kitten

Favourite Member

Liz McClarnon

Favourite Songs

  • You Are
  • Whole Again
  • Eternal Flame
  • The Tide Is High
  • Feel So Good
  • The Last Goodbye
  • It’s OK!
  • Someone Like Me
  • If You Come To Me

Childhood memories

  • Getting that Whole Again CD
  • Granny and Grandad knowing that I loved to sing Eternal Flame
  • Dad playing their albums all the time because he knew how much I loved them

Destiny’s Child

Favourite Member

Beyoncé (still my all-time favourite female singer)

Favourite Songs

  • Cater 2 U
  • Emotion
  • Bills, Bills, Bills
  • Say My Name
  • Jumpin’ Jumpin’
  • Independent Woman
  • Survivor
  • Bootylicious
  • Girl

Childhood Memories

  • Singing Say My Name on my karaoke
  • Wanting to dress like them
  • Wanting to be as flawless as Beyoncé 

6 thoughts on “My Favourite Bands of the 90s and Noughties

  1. Oh my gosh yes – this post is a giant throwback to my childhood. Though, maybe with a little more Busted, I was a tom boy after all…

    Anyone else remember learning that school disco worthy dance to 5, 6, 7, 8?

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