Alt-synth-rockers Neon Trees are currently celebrating the release of their third studio album, Pop Psychology, which features new single “Sleeping with a Friend.” It follows up two wildly successful albums and platinum hit singles in “Animal” and “Everybody Talks.” The Utah band came together back in 2005, and with the help of The Killers‘ drummer Ronnie Vannucci, Jr., they were quickly on their way to headlining stardom. So as they prepare for a new world tour in support of Pop Psychology, we asked drummer Elaine Bradley to make us a playlist of her choosing. She gave us a fun one: her favorite tracks from the ’90s. “You wanted it, you got it,” she tells us. “This was an absolute pleasure. I tried to span the decade. I could have listed 50 songs EASILY.” Instead, she narrows it down to just under 20, with some real classics, from TLC‘s “Waterfalls” to the Fugees‘ “Killing Me Softly.” Enjoy.