What 90s Alternative Song Are You?

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Do you listen to 90s music? I did in the 90s and still do sometimes! I’m especially a fan of alternative music from that era, and I thought it would be cool to write a quiz about it. So whether you loved music in the 90s or are just discovering 90s music now, you might like my new quiz:Β What 90s Alternative Song Are You?

Let me know what you think of this quiz! What did you get? Would you like to see more music quizzes in the future? I like to write them, but sometimes it’s hard to find music that everyone is familiar with πŸ™‚

What do you think?

7 thoughts on “What 90s Alternative Song Are You?

  1. Tanya

    I got Wonderwall by Oasis, which is pretty funny since my ex used to sing this to me on the phone when he had too much to drink, lol. This was a really fun quiz and I hope you do more music ones like this.

    1. kari Post author

      Hahahaha! That’s a good result for you then!!! I will definitely do more quizzes like this, thanks for requesting more πŸ™‚

  2. Josh

    You Are ‘Loser’ by Beck

    You aren’t really a loser, but you do not conform to society’s standards of success.
    In fact, you’re highly critical of the social status quo. You are pretty annoyed by the rat race we’re all trapped in.

    You are definitely a cynic, but you’re not without a sense of humor. In fact, social parody is your specialty.
    You have a very dry and witty way of looking at the world. Most people don’t get you, but those who do hang on your every word.

  3. NostalgiaTrip


    This quiz was particularly enjoyable for me as I am a 90s kid myself. 90s music seemed to have really captured something for me that most (but not all) music nowadays cannot, like how a faded photograph made using film somehow captures more than a photo from Instagram with a sepia filter. People were more precious with film back then and so photographs were taken sparingly and only for special occasions. That was the case in my household, anyway.

    I got ‘Ironic’ by Alanis Morissette. Possibly my favourite song in the list. I think the paragraph above perfectly demonstrates how apt the result is.

    1. kari Post author

      I love your analysis of the 90s here, and you’re so right. There was less of a disposable culture, so in many ways things meant more πŸ™‚