As if ten novelty chart hits weren't enough we realised whilst writing the previous article that there were loads more. With that in mind, we decided to delve deeper and bring you some more chunks of cheddar. Whether they were chart smashers or not these all hold a place in our hearts to this day. So let's take a look at ten more novelty chart hits of the '90s. Dr Spin - Tetris https:\/\/www.youtube.com\/watch?vA2jUeb5kYDU Not content with dominating the gaming world, Tetris also made a solid attempt to infiltrate the dancefloor. This track took one of the most recognisable tunes ever made and laced it with euro techno synths and a classic House beat. What you might not know is that Dr. Spin was actually an alias of legendary electronic pioneer Aphex Twin. Tetris reached number 6 in the UK charts in 1992. Bombalurina - Itsy Bitsy Teenie Weenie Yellow Polka Dot Bikini https:\/\/www.youtube.com\/watch?vYiVMmAk45oY You could not escape this tune in 1990 and the video was on constant rotation on MTV. Bombalurina was actually TV and Radio presenter Timmy Mallett and two dancers, Dawn Andrews and Annie Dunkley. Itsy Bitsy was produced by the somewhat unlikely Sir Andrew Lloyd Webber. The tune was actually a cover version with the original being released in 1960 by Brian Hyland. It went to number 1 in the UK in 1990. Fat Les - Vindaloo https:\/\/www.youtube.com\/watch?vva6nPu-1auE Football often produces some utter tripe when it comes to music but every now and again something magical happens. 1998 saw a wealth of football songs including the brilliant Lightning Seeds track Three lions and Black Grape's England's Irie. Why? Well, it was France '98 and the nation had a real belief that we could win it. Fat Les was actually comedian Keith Allen, Blur bassist Alex James and artist Damien Hirst. Vindaloo sounded like a hooligans anthem but even with its fairy nonsensical lyrics it portrayed a multicultural message of England. Vindaloo got to number 2 in the UK charts. Jive Bunny And The Mastermixers - That Sounds Good To Me https:\/\/www.youtube.com\/watch?vP1_D00mCzuY Jive Bunny was a phenomenon in 1989 scoring three number one singles and they didn't stop there. 1990 would see them enter the charts another three times although not quite hitting the same heights. You could argue that they were one of the first Mashup artists and if you think their careers ended soon after you would be wrong. Jive Bunny would later change their name to The Tidy Boys and go on to dominate the Hard House scene all over the world. That Sounds Good To Me reached number 4 in the UK in 1990. Green Jell\u00ff - Three Little Pigs https:\/\/www.youtube.com\/watch?vGtffv9bpB-U Heavy Metal isn't something you would really expect in a Novelty chart hits list but Green Jell\u00ff made an exception. Their classic version of the nursery story got huge amounts of airplay on MTV helping it into the charts. The Pigs were a bit different from the original of course. The Straw House pig had escaped a farm to live in LA. The Stick House pig was a stoner preacher from Venice Beach. The Brick House pig is the son of a rock star with a Hollywood mansion. They eventually kill the big bad wolf by calling Rambo. It was nuts but utterly brilliant at the same time and Three Little Pigs reached number 5 in the UK charts. Baz Luhrmann - Everybody's Free (To Wear Sunscreen) https:\/\/www.youtube.com\/watch?v-EX8b-SMzBQ This is a tune we remember with some serious nostalgia. The song is predominantly a spoken word lecture on the things about your youth you should cherish.It's genuinely heartfelt and made all the more poignant by the gospel vocals. The sung vocals are of course from Luhrmann's own remix of Rozalla's Everybody's Free (To Feel Good) from the movie Romeo & Juliet, which he also directed. It hits with even more nostalgia now that we're older as it's all true, we really should have paid more attention to its message.Everybody's Free (To Wear Sunscreen) reached number 1 in the UK charts in 1999. BC-52s - (Meet) The Flintstones https:\/\/www.youtube.com\/watch?vHoF8G1pyR8M Every now and then you just need a classic kids TV theme tune and what better excuse than a new movie. The BC-52s were obviously legendary rock band The B-52s who brought their classic sound to this new version. The video featured the band in Bedrock along with the cast of the film. It's the definitive version of the tune and always goes down well at a kid's party. (Meet) The Flintstones reached number 3 in the UK charts in 1993. Mighty Morph'n Power Rangers - Power Rangers https:\/\/www.youtube.com\/watch?vBwbHW8MeHDU Did someone say kids' TV theme songs? That's right Power Rangers became a global phenomenon in the '90s and of course it had a killer theme tune. They rightfully decided to cash in and released the epic Heavy Metal theme song. The track was actually performed by Aaron Waters-The Mighty RAW and produced by Stock & Aitken. Power Rangers reached number 3 in the UK charts in 1994. F.A.B Featuring MC Parker - Thunderbirds Are Go!!! https:\/\/www.youtube.com\/watch?vRSiBzMn3nCw Wait? More kids' TV shows? Well, yes but this one is pretty special. Thunderbirds Are Go!!! was a classic House reworking of the theme tune and was packed full of samples from the show. As well as all the Thunderbirds samples it also contains bits from Gerry Anderson's Stingray and Captain Scarlet. It really is a masterclass in how to homage some nostalgia into a dance track. What's more, is that it's actually really good and got hammered in clubs. Thunderbirds Are Go reached number 5 in the UK charts in 1990. Mike Flowers Pops - Wonderwall https:\/\/www.youtube.com\/watch?vNTfZshkNZRw There is some debate as to whether this is a novelty chart hit cover or a parody but either way we love it. In 1995 the airwaves were dominated by Oasis and their mega-hit Wonderwall. Then, along came Mike Flowers Pops who took the tune right back to the swinging sixties. This tune was timed perfectly as the country was embracing Mod culture. Austin Powers piqued interest in the sights and sounds of that era as Cool Britania was in full swing. There are many who would claim to prefer the crooning in this version to the original. Wonderwall would match the original and reach number 2 in the UK Charts, which must have annoyed the Gallaghers no end. So there we have it. You've survived another ten novelty chart hits of the '90s and we have little doubt that you're better for it. We hope you've enjoyed this trip down memory lane so please let us know what your favourite novelty records are.