All of the above? Well, we're right there with you. Ease yourself into this revelation by indulging your airwaves with some of the biggest hits that '97 so kindly gifted us
In case you haven't heard, VICE is turning 20 today. We're throwing a massive party tonight to celebrate—with performances from Lil Wayne, Jarvis Cocker, Jonah Hill, and yeah holy shit we know just go look at the lineup. So as we look back at the storied history of our parent publication, we began to wonder, what was music like in ? Some of you probably weren't even born, and the rest of you had probably just pooped your pants. So, for knowledge, here is a big list of what the fuck music was like 20 years ago. Don't worry: it was still dope. More importantly the Tarantino-curated blockbuster soundtrack was as important to the movie as the one-liners we still quote today.
Match the video to the song.
With that in mind, let's take it back 20 years to Ireland's number one singles. Can you tell which music video came from which song? This was number one in January But what's the song? Which Aqua hit is this video from? This Boyzone song was number one in the autumn of for six weeks. But can you tell which one it is from the video? Mya was featured on a bunch of songs 20 years ago. But can you tell which one made number one, and included this still in the video?
Ah, '90s kids. The last hurrah of people to remember what life was like without the internet, smart phones and apps. There's a huge feeling of solidarity among those born between and , with people being quick to remind kids of the fact that that their childhood was infinitely better. There were GameBoys instead of iPads. Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles were our heroes. And, of course, Hot Wheels were the dog's bollocks. While we were playing with all of these glorious, nostalgia-inducing toys, there was also an incredible soundtrack to our lives. If you so dare, think back 20 years to , when we witnessed what will forever go down as one of the greatest ever years for pop music.