The Best Soundtracks Of The ’90s You Can Hardly Wait To Listen To Again
The 1990s were a special time. Waterparks were all the rage and people still considered bowling a date night activity. One of the best parts about the decade, though, was movie soundtracks. You know you still remember that one song that made you fall in love.
Movies from the 1990s provided the soundtracks of our lives. From Can’t Hardly Wait to Batman Forever, these are the best of the best 1990s soundtracks. Number nine will cause major flashbacks.
Armageddon Will Make You Cry…. In A Good Way
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Released in 1998, Armageddon is a classic soundtrack that turns the Michael Bay doomsday film into a tearjerker. There’s never a dry eye left in the theater when Stephen Tyler starts belting out “I Don’t Want To Miss A Thing.”
The soundtrack sold over four million copies, led by the Dianne Warren-penned ballad. It was nominated for an Oscar and was Aerosmith’s first number one hit in 28 years! Aerosmith has two more tracks featured on the album alongside a bevy of modern and classic rock tracks.