The Best Playlist For 90s Music Lovers To Work Out

Feeling like a bit of nineties classics for your workout playlist? We have you covered! These are some of our top 90s tracks for fitness. To hear these tracks, visit https://www.playlistregister.com/pl/the-90s-workout-mix-470

 

 

ATB – 9 PM (Till I Come)

We start with this Ibiza club classic. Created German EDM artist ATB unleashed this track in 1999 where it was number 1 in the UK charts for two weeks. The track features vocals by Yolanda Riviera and was released as his debut single and was the leading single for his album Movin’ Melodies. The perfect track for a warm up.

 

La Bouche – Sweet Dreams

Our next song was created by another German artist, Eurodance Duo La Bouche (French for The Mouth. Sweet Dreams entered the US Hot Club Dance Party chart in 1995 where it went straight to number one. In 1996 it won the American Society of Composers, Authors and Publishers award for most played song and sold 6 million copies worldwide. A fantastic pace setting track.

 

Scatman John – Scatman (Ski-ba-bop-ba-dop-bop)

Perfomed by the late great Eurodance artist John Paul Larkin, Aka Scatman John, this catchy song was created to empower people with stutters and was an international hit. This wonderful 1995 dance song infused scat and rap with the dance genre to create a song that has withstood the test of time. Scatman John was named the Best New Artist in Japan and Germany in 1996 as well as the Echo Award for best Rock / Pop song. Just don’t try to perform this one out loud!

 

The Prodigy – No Good (Start The Dance)

Created by UK artists The Prodigy, this track hits you with the sudden urge to push yourself further. Released in 1994 as their second single from their album Music For The Jilted Generation. It reached number one in Finlands Charts. The song samples the 1987 Kelly Charles pop song You’re No Good For Me infusing it to a Breakbeat Hardcore style. This song will have you destroying your fitness goals.

 

C&C Music Factory – Gonna Make You Sweat (Everybody Dance Now)

Everybody Dance Now! This song is notorious to get people on the floor. Artistically crafted by American music group C&C in 1996, this track will have you sweating in no time. The song topped the Billboard Magazines list of popular dance club tunes for five weeks in December 1990 and would continue to be a legendary track for many years.

 

The Real McCoy – Run Away

This single from Real McCoys Album Another Night is another great pace setting track perfect for time on the treadmill or jogging down the road. The track was released in 1994 in Europe and 1995 in The United States. A must have for cardio fanatics.

 

The Tamperer Feat Maya – Feel It

Another great track for setting the paces is this great track from 1998. The Italian dance group The Tamperer created this number one hit in many European countries as well as a top 10 in the US with the help from the talented Maya Days.

 

Aqua – Doctor Jones

This catchy little tune released in 1997 will have you going in no time. Aqua’s fifth single reached number one in five countries. The song implies it is based around Indiana Jones so you are free to bring a whip when you work out to this one!

 

2 Brothers on the 4th floor - Dreams (Will Come Alive)

This song absolutely screams 90s. It has the electro beat and rap that a lot of these songs implemented in the time. Released in 1994 it only ever reached number one in The Netherlands however this track will raise your spirits for that final push!

 

Livin' Joy - Dreamer

If you went clubbing in the 90’s or any 90s themed bars, you’ll be no stranger to this track. Released in 1994 this track hit number one in the UK and US. Still being played on any club classics radio playlist this track will have you dreaming for more!

 

That was a our top 10 list of the best 90s music for work out, for these tracks and more be sure to visit the playlist that inspire it! https://www.playlistregister.com/pl/the-90s-workout-mix-470