Throw Back Thursday

2 Become 1 From Spice Girls

For all of you who grew up in 90’s music era, I’m really sure you already know about this legendary  and phenomenal girl band ever and everybody’s favorite. Yes! I talk about five superwoman: Melanie C, Emma Bunton, Melanie B, Victoria Beckham, and Geri Halliwell or we also known as Spice Girls. I remember I falling in love with Spice Girls since the first time I listened to their album when I was still at elementary school. They are success to hypnotized all people who listened their music.

Okay. It’s hard to choose which song that I have to write for our Throwback Thursday this week, but then I remember the first song that I really like from Spice Girls. It is 2 Become 1 which taken from their debut album Spice (1996). I’m really sure all of you still remember the melodies, the lyrics and could sing this song perfectly. Right, folks?

Okay! Do you missed their music? Well, let me take you to the year of 1996 and let us sing this song together. So, go press the play button below and let’s see if you still remember the lyrics of this song. Well, happy Thursday folks and thank you for already visiting Kustosica.

Elsa

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The Sign From Ace of Base

It’s time for Throwback Thursday! Okay, this time I’m gonna take you to the year of 1993. But first, let me told you about my story. I’m quite sure all of you have favorite 90’s song that you still listen until now. Well, I can say I know about this band since I was 4 years old. I remember I heard this song for the first time when me and my family took a vacation to my hometown. I think this is the first foreign song that I ever heard when I was a child. Somehow I falling in love with the upbeat and dance melody since the first hear and honestly, I never put this song outside my playlist until now. Right! I can say that this song already in my playlist for almost 24 years.

Well, the song that I’m talking about is The Sign from Ace Of Base. I’m quite sure most of you still remember about this song, right? I still can’t stop singing and it’s hard to not dance a little bit when you hear this song. The Sign was released on October 1993 and was taken from Ace of Base’s debut album called Happy Nation/The Sign. This song has a catchy melody with a thick element of dance-pop and definitely a great treat for your ears.

Okay, I think I already talked too much. So, I present to you one of my most favorite 90’s and early 2000’s song, The Sign from Ace of Base. Let me remind you a little bit about this song by press the button below. Just prepared to sing and dance a little bit. Enjoy the music and thank you folks!

Elsa

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Lovefool by The Cardigans

It’s time for Throwback Thursday! This week, I want to take you to the year of 1996, around 20 years ago. Still remember one of legendary Swedish rock band The Cardigans, folks? For all the gamers who ever played Gran Turismo video games must be remembered about this awesome band. One of their song called My Favorite Games become one of the phenomenal game soundtrack ever. But this time, I’m gonna remind you to another phenomenal song from this band called Lovefool.

Well, who doesn’t know about this memorable song ever. I’m quite sure all of you still remember the melodies and the lyrics. Lovefool also featured in famous and legendary movie, Romeo and Juliet played by Leonardo DiCaprio and Claire Danes. This song was taken from their third studio album First Band On The Moon which was released on September 1996. This song became one of international hit single within days and stay on the peak of many countries music charts for weeks.

So, let me remind you a little bit about this song. Just try to press the play button below and let us know if you still remember about this song. You also can share your favorite 90’s and early 2000’s song by give a comment in our blog. Enjoy the music and thank you for visiting Kustosica.

Elsa

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To Be With You From Mr. Big

It’s time for Throwback Thursday! Well, I’m quite sure all of you still remember about this band and one of their legendary song which was released around 1991. It’s called To Be With You. Do you still remember who sing this song folks? Yupp, they are Mr. Big, one of really well-known American rock band. I remember my brother introduced me to their music when I was at elementary school. Since then my brother and I usually sing this song together every time we hear it through cassette or radio.

To Be With You was taken from Mr. Big’s second album Lean Into It which was released on 1991. This song was kind of soft rock with a great touch from the sound of acoustic guitar and clapping hands. It was a simple song but somehow I think this song will always remember. Okay, let me remind you a little bit and don’t forget to share your favorite 90’s and 2000’s song by give a comment in our blog. Thank you and enjoy the music folks! 🙂

Elsa

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Buses and Trains From Bachelor Girl

First, I’m so sorry for skip the Throwback Thursday article last week. But, we’re back!! Yesterday, I accidentally found one of my favorite 90’s song in Youtube. I think it’s been so long since the last time I hear this song when I was in elementary school. I think you  already know about this Australian pop-duo band, Tania Doko and James Roche. Yupp, we talk about Bachelor Girl.

Still remember Bachelor Girl huge and famous debut single called Buses and Trains, folks? I’m quite sure all of you still remember about this song. Buses and Trains was taken from their first studio album Waiting For The Day which was released on November 1998. This song becomes a hit song at that time and reach high position in music chart worldwide. I remember I can’t stop singing this song every time I heard it on MTV.

Okay, if you a little bit forget about this song, let me remind you a little. Just press the play button below and let see if you still remember the lyrics or not. Don’t forget to share your favorite 90’s and early 2000’s song in our blog. Thank you and enjoy the music!

Elsa

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Californication by Red Hot Chili Peppers

The perk of having a big brother is, you, almost positively, have a wide access to a lot of alternative rock bands. At least, that is what happen to me. My brother loves Red Hot Chili Peppers and, back to the late 90’s where buying cassettes were a secondary need for teenagers, he played their cassette every day. And because I love following him around, I began to acquaintance with Red Hot Chili Peppers’ music.

In our #ThrowBackThursday this time, I’d like to share one of Red Hot Chili Peppers’ song that I like and remind me of my teenage era, Californication 🙂 Taken from their 7th album with the same tittle for the album, I used to like Californication for its slow down, slightly sad melody. But once I began to understand the English language, I realized that this song is actually have a deep meaning. Now, let’s hit the play button bellow and give some time to relax and listen to one of the hit single in 90’s 🙂

Ika

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Linger by The Cranberries

In our Throwback Thursday for this week, I will take you to the year of 1993. Do you still remember one of the most famous 90’s song called Zombie? I’m sure you’re still remember this legendary band from Ireland. Right! The Cranberries..!!! I can’t believe it’s already 22 years old since I heard The Cranberries for the first time. My brother totally success poisoned me with this band since I was four years old, the year where I supposed to hear Twinkle-Twinkle Little Stars song. I remember he bought their cassette then we listened it through the radio while we read comic books. I don’t even understand what Dolores said since I haven’t been able to speak my own language fluently at that time (*I was 4 years-old!). But yes, I secretly thanks to him because I could find and grew with so many great 90’s songs.

Okay, I will let you remember one of their great song called Linger. This song was taken from their first album called Everybody Else Is Doing It, So Why Can’t We which released in 1993. Linger is the song that makes me falling in love with their music for the first time. The melody and Dolores O’Riordan’s voice makes their music become unique with their own way. If you a little bit forgot about this song, try to listen it below and tell us about your favorite 90’s song. Thank you and enjoy the music folks! 🙂

Elsa

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Sitting Down Here from Lene Marlin

Back to the year of 1999, I remember that was the first time I heard this unique voice sing a song called Unforgivable Sinner. Do you still remember who sang that song, folks? Right, Lene Marlin! One of my favorite solo singer ever. I found her music through a cassette which include so many music compilation and one of them is Lene Marlin. She has a really smooth, beautiful, and unique voice. I always hypnotized every time I heard her sang. And the way she played acoustic guitar is awesome.

I’m sure you must be remembered some songs from her, like The Way We Are, Another Day, and You Weren’t There. And this time, I will choose Sitting Down Here from Lene Marlin as our Throwback Thursday this week. Do you still remember this song? Well, if you forget this song, I will try to remind you a little bit. Try to listen this song in her Spotify below and tell us about your favorite 90’s or early 2000 song. Thank you and enjoy the music!

Elsa

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Torn by Natalie Imbruglia

I know, I know that a #ThrowBackThursday is supposed to do on Thursday, but I couldn’t make it last Thursday so kindly let me redeem it today, yea? Well, assuming you guys let me, so here I present to you the track that I’ve choose as my Throw Back Thursday, Torn by one of the notable 90’s and early 2000’s singer, Natalie Imbruglia.

Nearly 20 years making music, I bet you guys quite familiar with her single, like Torn, Wishing I Was There, That Day, Wrong Impression, or Shiver. My first encounter with her music was by a compilation album, about female singers if I’m not mistaken, released by MTV at its golden era. Since the first time I hear Torn, I like it and never been able to resist sing along with Natalie whenever I hear this song. Maybe because the lyrics successfully describe the feeling of being disappointed, maybe because the melody is so simply earcatching, maybe because Natalie’s voice is so beautiful, or maybe because all of those factors, I think Torn is one of the best song that ever written in the 90’s music industry.

Here, let’s travel back to the 97 when Left Of The Middle was being released and Natalie’s name shot to the top when people listen to Torn.

Ika

 

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