10 Quintessential Grunge Songs

Break out the flannel and combat boots, and relive Seattle in the '90s with these jams.

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Whether you lived through '90s grunge or not, here's a quick refresher (or a cheat sheet) of the 10 quintessential songs from the Seattle-based scene.

1. "Smells Like Teen Spirit" - Nirvana

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2. "Jeremy" - Pearl Jam

3. "Would?" - Alice in Chains

4. "Hunger Strike" - Temple of the Dog

5. "1979" - The Smashing Pumpkins

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6. "Interstate Love Song" - Stone Temple Pilots

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7. "Come As You Are" - Nirvana

8. "Black" - Pearl Jam

9. "Nearly Lost You" - Screaming Trees

10. "Outshined" - Soundgarden

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