Music Mondays – Jen’s Favorite 90’s Jams

On Mondays, we’ll bring you great tunes from the uforia family. The songs are linked to Spotify, so just click and rock out!
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Jen’s 6:15am Morning Warrior classes are always a fabulous way to rise & shine, but this Wednesday, there’s an extra incentive to forgo the snooze button – an entire class of throwback 90’s jams! Get up early and get your fix of guilty pleasures. So worth it. Read on for a sneak peek and some great tunes to get you through your Monday!


“There are so many routes you could go with a 90s style theme and I just couldn’t narrow it down.  You might hear a bit of old school rap or a few smooth R&B jams, definitely the best of 90s Pop and some classics from the 90s alternative rock scene!  Start your Wednesday off by transporting yourself back to the best of 90s; these are the songs you forgot you loved with lyrics you’ll always remember!”


Savage Garden – I Want You: While I know many of you awkwardly slow-danced or laid on your teenage bed daydreaming to Savage Garden’s other hit – ‘Truly Madly Deeply,’ this option is perfect for jumps in and out of the saddle. I bet you all know more of the lyrics than you think (Chic-a-cherry cola!)


blink-182 – All The Small Things: I feel like the 90’s wouldn’t be the without this classic punk pop band. How would we have released our rebellious energy without Blink 182 songs to bop our head to.

Blues Traveler – Hook:  I had forgotten how much I loved this band in the 90’s and am finding that I am still loving them now!   Another awesome sing-a-long and if you want to practice your lip-syncing skills look here for some inspiration – 


Spice Girls – Spice Up Your Life and Wannabe: For one summer during our youth (or maybe longer…), we all got a little sassier and tried on British accents for the first time because of these spicy ladies.  Again, their lyrics will come to you easily and their beats are a bit quicker than other pop songs from this era, making them perfect for Revolutions!  It will be hard to decide which of these two I’ll play on Wednesday!


One of the best parts of the 90’s was Destiny’s Child.  Without the 90’s, we wouldn’t have Destiny’s Child, which means we wouldn’t have Beyonce…a true tragedy!  One of the best albums of the 90’s was definitely their 1999 album – The Writings On the Wall with my favorites – Bug A Boo, Jumpin’, Jumpin’, and Say My Name.