If you want to give a totally awesome party, you should throw a 90s theme party.There are tons of songs from this fabulous decade that will create a tremendous atmosphere. We all love to reminisce the good old days. Listen to these 10 best 90s party hits, that we have collected for you.

10. Fool’s Garden – Lemon Tree

This hit of Fool’s Garden is something like a love-hate. “Lemon Tree” is kind of painful, but at the same time everybody loves the song and knows the lyrics.

9. Reel 2 Real – I like to move it

“I like to move it, move it… You like to… move it” This song is epic and everyone will hit the dance floor, when they hear the first sounds of this song.

8. MC Hammer – U can’t touch this

This song is unforgotten. It was released in 1990 and since then we listened to it in the radio, as theme from movies and series and as background music of advertising films.

7. Eagle-Eye Cherry – Save Tonight

When you listen to this song, you admittedly reminisce the 90s. “Save Tonight” was released in 1997 erschienen and the biggest hit of the Swedish musician Eagle-Eye Cherry.

6. Corona – The Rhythm Of The Night

The song “The Rhythm of the night” of the Italian Band Corona perfectly represents the characteristic 90s eurodance genre.

5. DJ Bobo – There is a party

Haha, a 90s party without DJ Bobo is hardly possible. When the people hear the first sounds of the Swiss musician, they will all imitate his weird dance moves.

4. Ricky Martin – La copa de la vida

“Go, go, go, allez, allez, allez”! Ricky Martin contributed the anthem of the FIFA World Cup in France, 1998 with his song “La copa de la vida”.

3. Dr. Alban – Sing Hallelujah

LOL! Everybody will sing to this song, whether they like it or not. “Sing Hallelujah”… sing it!

2. Los Del Rio – Macarena

You would like to see your friends on the dance floor? Los del Rio’s “Macarena” will be the perfect motivation. Many people will remember the iconic dance moves.

1. Whigfield – Saturday Night

When the party people hear the singer’s characteristic “Dee, dee, na, na, na” in the beginning of the song, every inhibition is gone.