Who sang these hit songs from 1994?

What do you recall from the mid-nineties?


Step back into the groove of 1994 with our ultimate hit songs quiz! This quiz will take you on a nostalgic journey through the chart-toppers, anthems, and earworms that dominated the airwaves over two decades ago. From iconic pop melodies to grunge rock anthems, test your knowledge and see if you can recall the artists and lyrics behind the unforgettable tunes of '94.

So dust off your Walkman, crank up the volume, and get ready to reminisce about the songs that defined a generation. Are you ready to prove that you're the ultimate '90s music aficionado? Take the quiz and find out!

Be sure to share your score and your favorite '90s memory in the comments section below!

  1. This group's album "The Sign" had 3 songs in the year-end Hot 100, the title track, "All That She Wants," and "Don't Turn Around."
  2. "All for Love" was a hit song from the "Three Musketeers" soundtrack. It was a power ballad by Bryan Adams, Rod Stewart, and...
  3. Which Jackson scored a hit in '94 with "Again"?
  4. "The Most Beautiful Girl in the World" was the third major release for the then newly-dubbed "Artist Formerly Known as..."
  5. "Can You Feel the Love Tonight" was a massive hit from the Lion King soundtrack, and was recorded by...
  6. "Mmm Mmm Mmm Mmm" was the title of a hit song for these Canadian alternative rockers.
  7. "I'd Do Anything for Love (But I Won't Do That)" was released in '9, but still landed this artist at #38 at for the 1994 year-end Billboard chart.
  8. "All I Wanna Do" was a huge success for this queen of 90s pop-rock/country.
  9. Can you name the artists who recorded "Whoomp! (There It Is)"?
  10. "Come to My Window" was the first song to become a hit after this artist came out publicly:

Who sang these hit songs from 1994?

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Kramden62 16 days ago

The 90's was the last decade I enjoyed Top 40 music until it all died for me in 2002, when I turned 40. I just couldn't get into it anymore (and I didn't care much for Country or AC). Considering how trashy Top 40's become now, maybe that's just as well I don't listen to it anymore.
CortneyNicole 23 days ago
I got 8/10.

I miss the 90s, but I used to listen to the music way back in my school years on an FM radio.
MikefromJersey 24 days ago
"You got 4 out of 10.
Maybe it'd be best for you to tune into MeTV FM for a lesson or two!"

FM? Must be one of those new technologies, I'm sticking to AM thank you.
Now where is my Kingston Trio LP.
I'll join you on AM. Your album is nestled in between Spike Jones and "The LimeLiters' 36 All-Time Greatest Hits"
Lilly777 26 days ago
9 out of 10= a couple were lucky guesses though. In the 90's I listened to Alt & Grunge not Pop. I love 80's New Wave and Classic Rock & Roll from 50, 60 and 70's decades.
Flash4001 27 days ago
I'm surprized... I prefer Classic Rock, Classic Metal and, Oldies from the 60s & 70s
ironman2000 27 days ago
5 of 10, by the time the 90s rolled in, I was out of pop culture and never got back.
JHP ironman2000 9 days ago
well...it most of the hits sounded the same - I can see that
Zip 28 days ago
My first 10/10 in a while.
JHP 28 days ago
YIKES! I got a 10/10 spot - and do I miss Prince:(:( x 1000
RobertK 29 days ago
8 of 10. Not too bad, but for a few semi-educated guesses...
trogg888 30 days ago
Tag team musta been a one hit wonder cause I remember the song but never heard of the group
JHP trogg888 28 days ago
it was like sports team anthem...maybe Phil or Nawlans? dont know what sport
Kramden62 trogg888 16 days ago
They were!
CaptainDunsel 1 month ago
Apparently, I was lost in the 90s tonight - COMPLETELY lost.
bmoore4026 1 month ago
9 out of 10. I missed number 8 because my finger slipped and I clicked the wrong one
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