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  • 1990's time..... what awesome songs comes to mind when you think of 1990-1999

    The 1990's ended hair bands, and started a major alternative/grunge movement.

    Country also crossed over top pop (who could forget Shania's ass in those jeans in 1994's "Any man of mine" video)

    Brit pop also chimed as bands like Oasis stepped up for a time and ruled the charts.....

    But regardless of genre.....what songs define the 1990's for you????

     

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    Black Hole Sun

     

    During the 90's I was more into oldies music and hot rods

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      The 90s were, and probably still are, my favorite decade for music. The songs that first come to mind are...

      Soundgarden - Fell on Black Days
      Pearl Jam - Animal
      Nirvana - Heart Shaped Box
      Greenday - Basketcase
      Oasis - Champagne Supernova
      Radiohead - My Iron Lung
      Stereophonics - A Thousand Trees
      King's X - Lost in Germany
      Porcupine Tree - Even Less
      Spock's Beard - The Light
      Rage Against the Machine - Killing in the Name of
      Smashing Pumpkins - 1979

      I may have gone over 10, and that's just rock. It might be easier to name 10 favorite albums rather than songs.
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        kayd_mon wrote:
        The 90s were, and probably still are, my favorite decade for music. The songs that first come to mind are...

        Soundgarden - Fell on Black Days
        Pearl Jam - Animal
        Nirvana - Heart Shaped Box
        Greenday - Basketcase
        Oasis - Champagne Supernova
        Radiohead - My Iron Lung
        Stereophonics - A Thousand Trees
        King's X - Lost in Germany
        Porcupine Tree - Even Less
        Spock's Beard - The Light
        Rage Against the Machine - Killing in the Name of
        Smashing Pumpkins - 1979



        Good list although could do with some Verve, Pulp and Blur


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      "Achtung Baby" and "Zooropa", U2's early '90s albums. Brilliant.
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        Just watched the movie Dirty Work with Norm McDonald and Artie Lange. Hilarious movie with some great 90s music in it.


        One song that comes to mind is Good by Better than Ezra.


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      Megadeth's whole Rust In Peace album!  " id="smiley" src="https://guitarcenter.i.lithium.com/i/smilies/16x16_smiley-.png" alt=":smiley:" title="Smiley Very Happy" />

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        Bluegill wrote:

        Megadeth's whole Rust In Peace album!  " id="smiley" src="https://guitarcenter.i.lithium.com/i/smilies/16x16_smiley-.png" alt=":smiley:" title="Smiley Very Happy" />


        Yep. A metal masterpiece from start to finish - no boring filler songs to be heard.


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      For me, I skipped the nineties. I didn't like much at all from that era. Oh I like a lot of it now, but I didn't like it then. So my favorites would have to be bands that I actually did like and so when I think nineties, I think Green Day, Soundgarden, Alice in Chains, third eye brown, Blackhawk, Garth Brooks , Brooks and Dunn, Tim McGraw, and a handful of others.

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      I can remember that the first (U.S.) #1 single of the '90s was Technotronic's "Pump Up the Jam".  My, how this belied how fabulous the ensuing decade proved to be ...

      Adam Ant - Wonderful
      Neil Young - Harvest Moon
      Adia - Sarah Maclachlan
      Beastie Boys - Sabotage
      Van Halen - Not Enough
      Pearl Jam - Jeremy
      A Tribe Called Quest - Jazz, I Left My Wallet in El Segundo, Scenario
      Ben Harper - Faded
      Fastball - Fire Escape
      Extreme - Hole Hearted
      Rage Against the Machine - Snakecharmer, Bulls on Parade, The Ghost of Tom Joad
      R.E.M. - Me in Honey, Losing My Religion, Electrolite
      Tom Petty - It's Good to Be King
      Stone Temple Pilots - Sex Type Thing, Plush, Big Empty
      The Sheila Divine - Hum
      Hum - Stars
      Black Sheep - The Choice is Yours
      Dambuilders - Burn This Bridge
      Jayhawks - Blue
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        it wasn't near as much fun, nor musically exciting as the 80's ...rock/hard rock seemed much darker...

         

        Pink Floyd - Keep Talking

        Stone Temple Pilots - Vaseline

        Soundgarden - Burden in my Hand

        Rob Zombie - Dragula

        Cracker - Low

        Spacehog - In the Meantime

        Greg Howe- all of Introspection

        Steve Morse- Southern Steel

        ....maybe a few others i forgot..

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          These songs scream "The 1990's" for me:

           

           

           

          And the song that literally defined the 1990's . . .

           

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