1995 was a hell of a year for music.
Serving classic femme fatale fierceness.
Looking back at the albums that tested the anti-skip technology on our Walkmans.
Your life just wouldn’t be the same without Destiny’s Child.
Here’s to decades of midriffs. Happy birthday!
Hint: It doesn’t matter what happened beforehand because Beyoncé.
Never be afraid to take the mic again.
Some of these are the greatest records you’ve ever heard. Others, not so much.
These are the 147 most perfect pop records ever created. How much of a pop addict are you?
From Cindy Crawford’s big ’80s hair, to Ryan Gosling and Rachel McAdams hanging out with the author of The Notebook, it’s #Throwback Thursday!
Because Celine Dion, Kenny G., and Hanson weren’t the only ones releasing Christmas songs in the 1990s.
Why was Alanis Morrissette so upset about that cross-eyed bear?
Twelve rounds of the heated debates you and your best friends had back in the day.
In 1990, the unsigned band from Anaheim made their TV debut… on public access.
In 1996, the self-proclaimed “loser from Anaheim” gave everyone a behind-the-scenes look at her iconic ska style.
They’re talented, they’re beautiful, and they’re probably immortal.
In a rough chronological order, these are the most ’90s hits of the ’90s.
Gwen and the boys are almost unrecognizable.
Sounds like a really stoned No Doubt song. Which isn’t necessarily a bad thing!
They’re a chance for music’s biggest stars to show off their style. Sometimes they get it right, sometimes they don’t.
This is the most mid-’90s thing that has ever happened.
Gwen Stefani dressed up like a Native American stereotype in the clip for “Looking Hot.” People got pissed, so they took it off YouTube and Vevo.
No one in modern times has done more for bun-based hairstyles than Gwen. If a Gwen Stefani hair-themed diner ever opened, here’s what would be on the menu.
Here’s the band’s first televised performance of “Settle Down” from tonight’s Teen Choice Awards. The ’90s revival is in full swing — are you prepared to embrace it?
Bindis, braids, and oranges.
Listen to the band’s first single in nine years. The vibe of “Settle Down” picks up where No Doubt’s last album, Rock Steady, left off.
Travis, featuring Iyaz, Kelly Clarkson, Oasis, Christina Aguilera, and No Doubt (created by Norwegian Recycling.)
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Urlesque has discovered something amazing: Did you know that your dog’s absolute favorite song is Gwen Stefani’s ‘The Sweet Escape’?
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