Lyric Quiz: 1997

As the Britpop movement waned and Grunge faded to black, Girl Power rose higher on its platform boots while other strains of Pop music - Euro, Punk, Techno - took over the charts.

The year was 1997. See if you can place the lyric to the song.
~Em Webb
Songs from 1997
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Comments: 13

  • Marcio from Macae10/13
  • Max from Chicago8/13
  • Chase from Milwaukee9 of 13
  • Luke Walter A. Ceballos from Cebu City, Philippines8 of 13. i just kind of cruise controlled over some of my correct answers. i'm a 90s teen, you know!
  • Dave from Santa FeI missed 4 and didn't even answer 9 of them. I have only heard of 3 or 4 of the bands listed. I guess that's 'cause this music isn't even worth a free download.
  • Alene from San Antonio5 wrong of 13.....
  • Steve from Baltimore10 0F 13 HAPPY WITH THAT.
  • Kelly from Shenandoah, Pennsylvania6/13 better than I thought. I'm very disappointed though. I should of done better.
  • Tania from Sydney Aus11/13 Not Bad!... I love music from the 90's... Very Nostalgic!! :-)
  • Holly from Va11/13,pretty awesome. I don't know why I went w/ Pearl Jam's "Even Flow" on #11...had a sneaking suspicion it was f'ing Oasis!!! ...(of whom I never cared for.) Ha,still fun!! Took me back to my prepubescent years for a lil while!!
  • Dani from Philadelphia, Pa13/13 yay! I'll be missing you is a great song I love it. I get soo emotional when I listen to it!
  • Messy Ramone from Slipton, Nv8/13!
  • Will from New York, Ny2 correct. I was in a parochial-minded punk band at the time. The 2 I got right were guesses; should have been zip --still don't find any of these bands interesting for whatever reason.
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