Wet Wet Wet's 'Love Is All Around' tops NME's Worst Songs of the 90s list Get Tickets

Celine Dion, Fatboy Slim, Limp Bizkit also make the Top 10

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Wet Wet Wet's 'Love Is All Around' has come top in NME's 10 Worst Songs of the 90s list.

The song, originally recorded by The Troggs in 1967, was covered by Wet Wet Wet for the soundtrack of Four Weddings and a Funeral in 1994 and went on to spent a whopping 15 weeks at the top of the UK singles chart. Scroll down to listen to the song and watch the video. If you dare.

Celine Dion's 'My Heart Will Go On', from the movie Titanic came in second place, followed by Fatboy Slim's Praise You. Limp Bizkit, Billie, The Cranberries and Savage Garden also make appearances in the Top 10.

The full list of NME's 10 Worst Songs of 90s is:

1. 'Love Is All Around' – Wet Wet Wet
2. 'My Heart Will Go On' – Celine Dion
3. 'Praise You' – Fatboy Slim
4. 'Faith' – Limp Bizkit
5. 'Sitting Down Here' – Lene Marlin
6. 'Affirmation' – Savage Garden
7. 'Zombie' – The Cranberries
8. 'Lifted' – The Lighthouse Family
9. 'Livin La Vida Loca' – Ricky Martin
10. 'Because We Want To' – Billie

Read the full 10 Worst Songs of the 90s blog here



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