In the height of this 90s revival that the music industry is very much engrossed in these days, it's important to remember that not all the music conceived during the Clinton administration was good, much less something that we should be striving to rehash today. It's with that in mind that the readers at Rolling Stone rated the 10 worst songs of the decade. That one in the clip above sits comfortably, deservedly, at the number one spot. The poll's number 10 choice — 4 Non Blondes' "What's Up?" — seems like a mistake, though. Despite singer Linda Perry's repeated run-ins with funky hats, she knows how to belt out a song with that big, smokey voice of hers (and has since penned hits for Christina Aguilera and Pink, of course). These Rolling Stone readers have been known to get it wrong before, if you recall a certain hatred towards a certain Weezer album. On that note, here are six songs spanning the 90s that are far worse than "What's Up?"
Snow - "Informer" (1992)
Shai-"If I Ever Fall in Love" (1992)
Candlebox - "Far Behind" (1993)
Richard Marx - "Now & Forever" (1994)
Savage Garden - "Truly Madly Deeply" (1997)
The Juliana Theory - "This Is Not a Love Song" (1999)