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Discussion in 'Bad Dog Cafe' started by Justinvs, Jan 9, 2013.
I listened to Shellac a lot in the 90s.
Brian Setzer Orchestra
VH1 Top 100 songs of the 1990s:
I did not assemble or even bother to read the list, so feel free to bash away on any of the songs/bands selected without hurting my feelings.
Better than Ezra
Rocket From The Crypt
Hard to think that 1990 was 23 years ago.
Playlists? We don't need no stinkin' playlist!
Why not just hit "Shuffle" ?
- problem solved
i know! time is slipping away and we must stop it!
My throw ins would be
Toad the wet sprocket
And I think most of the elephant 6 bands came then Neutral milk hotel
My Bloody Valentine (with a new album coming soon, FINALLY!! Kevin Shields just announced last week that it most of the mixing is almost finished! i might actually start holding my breath for this now
Daisy Chainsaw (i wouldn't call them popular, but 'Eleventeen' is still one of my fave albums.)
Rev Horton Heat
Ned's Atomic Dustbin
The Fluid (some local heroes that made it big, if only for a little while.)
The Sisters of Mercy (granted, they're more of an 80's band, but their one 90's album 'Vision Thing' was really good. i gave up holding my breath for a new album from them about ten years ago though. Eldritch is delusional if he thinks any label is going to meet his $3mil advance demand to record a new album these days.)
Social D (most definitely, even though they've been going at it since the early 80's.)
Killing Joke (another band that's been around since the late 70's, but 'Pandemonium', 'Extremeties, Dirt & Various Repressed Emotions' and 'Democracy' were all very popular albums with my friends and i in high school. also, they're one of my favorite bands and i was looking for an excuse to sneak them in )
My favourite 90's albums were (in no particular order)...
Throwing Copper (Live)
Grave Dancers Union (Soul Asylum)
Fuzzy (Grant Lee Buffalo)
I agree with you Jake. I do like U2's catalog in general, but the 80s stuff was where it was at.
90s: Pixies, Social D, Beck, Cake, Nirvana, Pumpkins, Beasties, Green Day are a few I have on my playlist.
Lots of love for the shoegazing here, apparently. Excellent lists
I was in my teens during the 90s, but for some reason I only discovered all that wealth a few years ago.
Don't forget CREED
But what fun is that? When I make playlists it's like I can be my own radio station... Maybe I should sell myself some ad time?
Not trolling, but If I had any Ipod or Ipad, I would take it back to the store for a refund and buy a Samsung Galaxy tab or player. Actually, I already did that. Check them out, they are way easier to use and don't require the dreaded Itunes. To answer your question: Mudhoney, the Pixies and the Old 97s.
Radiohead, Radiohead, Radiohead, Radiohead, Radiohead, Radiohead, Radiohead, Radiohead, Radiohead, Radiohead, Radiohead, Radiohead, Radiohead, Radiohead,