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Saturday 3 June 2023 Dublin: 14°C
QUIZ: How well do you remember these 90s one-hit wonders?
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AH THE NINETIES, when Glenroe would be constantly on the TV, you’d check Aertel for match scores, you’d never be too far from your best pair of tear-off tracksuit bottoms and at a moment’s notice, you could be ready to dance the Macarena

While you might be able to quote the likes of Pulp Fiction, Forrest Gump and Toy Story word for word, how well do you remember the bangers that emanated from your Discman back then? The Electric Ireland Throwback Stage at Electric Picnic brings us the best of 90s tunes, and we’ve been wandering down memory lane in the lead-up.

So how well do you remember the dance decade? Take our nostalgia-filled quiz to find out where you stack up.

1. Who released the 1992 hit, Jump Around?
Cypress Hill
House of Pain

Beastie Boys
Wu-Tang Clan
2. What was the 1997 hit by Chumbawamba called?
I Get Knocked Down

I Get Up Again
3. Complete the lyrics from New Radical's You Get What You Give (1998): Every night we smash a Mercedes-Benz / First we run, _____
Then we run a miracle mile
Then we live 'til we die

Then we laugh 'til we cry
Then you say that you're mine
4. The feelgood 1999 hit Steal My Sunshine was by which band?

New Radicals
5. Which of the following girls were not named in the lyrics of Lou Bega's Mambo No 5 (1999)?

6. The video for Deep Blue Something's Breakfast at Tiffany's was based in which US city?
Los Angeles

New York
7. Natalie Imbruglia's 1997 hit Torn was actually a cover originally released by which Danish act?
Lis Sørensen

Nice Little Penguins
Anne Linnet
8. Complete the lyrics of Aqua's Barbie Girl (1997): Come jump in _____
Hit the town, fool around, let's go party
Bimbo friend, let us do it again

You're my doll, rock'n'roll
Imagination, life is your creation
9. N-Trance's (1994) song Set You Free was inspired by a night out in which city?

Answer all the questions to see your result!
You scored out of !
Baby, (You're Gonna Need To Do It) One More Time
You may know the hits from the greats (such as Britney, pictured) but the one-hit wonders are where your mind goes a bit fuzzy. Why not refresh yourself at Electric Ireland's Throwback Stage at Electric Picnic?
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You scored out of !
You're Livin' La Vida Loca
You obviously danced your way through the 90s and you remember hits from our most loved artists and the one-hit wonders alike. Why not enjoy them even more at Electric Ireland's Throwback Stage at Electric Picnic?
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Nothing Compares 2 U
Not only are you totally up to speed with the hits of our favourite 90s artists (Sinead included), you remember the one-hit wonders too. Why not enjoy them even more at Electric Ireland's Throwback Stage at Electric Picnic?
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Electric Ireland / YouTube

Suddenly feeling nostalgic? Electric Ireland’s Throwback Stage at Electric Picnic has hosted throwback legends like S Club Party, The Vengaboys and 5ive, to name a few. This year is no different with Bonnie Tyler, Mr Motivator and Lords of Strut performing and throwback movies screened during the day. To be in with a chance of winning tickets, keep an eye on Electric Ireland’s Instagram and watch the video above.

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