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10 Best God-Tier Rock Songs of the 1990s

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There are great songs in every decade, but there are only a select few that you might consider “god-tier” status. In this list, we’re revisiting the god-tier rock songs of the 1990s.Every song on this list is now at 25 years or older, giving them plenty of time to build up a lasting legacy.The Factors in Deciding What Is a God-Tier SongIn order to achieve god-tier status, numerous factors were taken under consideration. Sales and radio charts give us the easiest definable numbers. But you can also look at the impact a song had, whether it be through covers, media placement, uses in popular culture and staying power, as some of these songs saw secondary peaks later in their careers.READ MORE: The Best Rock + Metal Soundtracks of the 1990sThe Sounds of the ’90sWhat a decade it was, as we saw a shift from hair metal to grunge to nu-metal, with pop-punk also seeing a bit of a revival en route to bigger things in the 2000s. Some acts such as Nirvana and Green Day emerged to leave their stamp on the era, while others such as AC/DC and Guns N’ Roses extended their legacies with fresh hot songs that stood the test of time.But which 1990s rock songs achieved “god-tier” status? Take a look and see if there’s any you would add to this list.10 Best God-Tier Rock Songs of the 1990sThese 1990s rock songs have secured themselves god-tier status based on their legacy, their stats and basically just being iconic in nature.Gallery Credit: Chad Childers, Loudwire75 Best Rock Songs of the ’90sYou won’t want to miss a thing.Gallery Credit: Chad Childers, LoudwirePLAYLIST: Ultimate GrungeFollow the Spotify playlist here.

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