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The Best Acoustic Tracks of the 90's
Music of the 90's
The Nineties was a time full of great music with the Madchester Scene becoming part of Britains pop culture but it was not just about those bands there was lots of theres to choose from.
Acoustic tracks were common with some of the best songs having one or having an acoustic version released.
Here is my top 8 acoustic tracks of the 90's
Bitch by Meredith Brooks
This song is just so me and it sounds great played acoustically.
It was released in 1997 and the original released version uses Electric Guitars but still has an acoustic edge.
What's Up by 4 Non Blondes
This is a song that I still love singing along to today.
Wind Of Change by Scorpions
Released in 1991 this is a song about the fall of the Berlin wall and the changes it would bring.
I love the lyrics as well as the track that does have some acoustic guitar in it.
Losing My Religion by R.E.M
One of my all time favorite 90's songs that can be classed as an acoustic track.
One Week by Barenaked Ladies
Another one of my favorites, this one at times makes little sense.
Torn by Natalie Imbruglia
This was one of my favorite songs from the year I left school which was 1997
Don't Speak by No Doubt
Not only is this a great Acoustic Rock track but it has some great Spanish style playing in it to.
Wonderwall by Oasis
This was the first 'real' song I taught myself on acoustic guitar. I love the track and Oasis in general.