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AvrilLaQueen

I love this decade, have been exploring it since 2015, ughhh! It deserves much appreciation! This will be a discussion for music and pop culture moments and performances that happened between 1990-1999.

 

Who are your faves from the 90s? I love Madonna, Sheryl Crow, Whitney Houston, Annie Lennox, Sophie B. Hawkins, Nirvana, Hole, Marilyn Manson, Aaliyah, Alice In Chains, Metallica, Spice Girls, Toni Braxton, Sade, Jewel, The Fugees/Lauryn Hill, Alanis Morissette, Tori Amos, The Cranberries, The Cardigans, New Radicals, Bruce Springsteen, Eric Clapton, Michael Jackson, Boys II Men, *Nsync, Mariah Carey, Britney Spears, Christina Aguilera, En, Vogue, Backstreet Boys, Brandy, Aqua, Celine Dion, Aerosmith, Red Hot Chili Peppers, Sting, Korn, Shania Twain, No Doubt, TLC, Smashing Pumpkins, Oasis, Destiny's Child, Nine Inch Nails, Salt-N-Pepa, Counting Crows, Jennifer Lopez, Garbage, Kylie Minogue, Cher, R.E.M., etc. etc. 

 

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Oktober Knight

The 90s was so diverse. We had 80s leftovers in the beginning, house music, hip pop, alternative rock, r n b, country, then closing the decade with pop again. Whew! 

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Marianah Adkins

Best decade for music. Commercialism and Artistry peaked in parallel (and even merged).

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Marianah Adkins

Fave albums from the era:

- Nevermind

- Jagged Little Pill

- Ray of Light

- Bedtime Stories

- Daydream

- Butterfly

- My Love is your Love

- OK Computer

- Velvet Rope

- What's the Story Morning Glory?

- No Need to Argue

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AvrilLaQueen
25 minutes ago, Oktober Knight said:

The 90s was so diverse. We had 80s leftovers in the beginning, house music, hip pop, alternative rock, r n b, country, then closing the decade with pop again. Whew! 

ikr!!! you have music genres for everyone and they were all smashing :jonny5:

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PopMusicJunkie

Truly the greatest time in music (along with the 80's).  :jonny4:

 

 

I still remember the first time I watched this.  

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AvrilLaQueen

ALSO NOTE; If you're gonna post more than one video per post, please put them all under spoilers so that they don't slow the page from loading too long on already weak servers :rip: :toofunny3:

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adelegend

the artistry in the 90s was so rich. technology was just beginning to thrive and it’s so interesting to look back at artists like radiohead, björk, and even rappers experiment with production and sound 

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Supervixen
1 hour ago, AvrilLaQueen said:

Who are your faves from the 90s? I love Madonna, Sheryl Crow, Whitney Houston, Annie Lennox, Sophie B. Hawkins, Nirvana, Hole, Marilyn Manson, Aaliyah, Alice In Chains, Metallica, Spice Girls, Toni Braxton, Sade, Jewel, The Fugees/Lauryn Hill, Alanis Morissette, Tori Amos, The Cranberries, The Cardigans, New Radicals, Bruce Springsteen, Eric Clapton, Michael Jackson, Boys II Men, *Nsync, Mariah Carey, Britney Spears, Christina Aguilera, En, Vogue, Backstreet Boys, Brandy, Aqua, Celine Dion, Aerosmith, Red Hot Chili Peppers, Sting, Korn, Shania Twain, No Doubt, TLC, Smashing Pumpkins, Oasis, Destiny's Child, Nine Inch Nails, Salt-N-Pepa, Counting Crows, Jennifer Lopez, Garbage, Kylie Minogue, Cher, R.E.M., etc. etc.

Love those as well!

 

Though they formed in the '80s, Depeche Mode released some of their best work in the '90s. I'm also into the trip-hop of that decade, such as Massive Attack and Portishead.

 

Garbage is one of my all-time faves, Shirley Manson is my goddess.

 

 

 

 

 

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AvrilLaQueen
1 minute ago, PopMusicJunkie said:

Truly the greatest time in music (along with the 80's).  :jonny4:

 

I still remember the first time I watched this.  

TLC legends!!!! :jonny5:Creep is one of 90's Top 10 best songs :flame: I also love how much effort they put into music videos, truly making visual art :clap3:

 

also I made 80's thread too

 

 

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AvrilLaQueen
1 minute ago, Supervixen said:

Love those as well!

 

Though they formed in the '80s, Depeche Mode released some of their best work in the '90s. I'm also into the trip-hop of that decade, such as Massive Attack and Portishead.

 

Garbage is one of my all-time faves, Shirley Manson is my goddess.

 

 

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Ughhh, I agree about Depeche! 90's were truly the decade of art and experimental music being so successful unlike safe songs!

 

also YAASSS!!!! I love Garbage! "The World Is Not Enough" alongside "Golden Eye" by Tina Turner and "Tomorrow Never Dies" by Sheryl Crow are all the best James Bond song soundtracks, the holy trinity and all 3 released in the 90's! :jonny5:

 

also LOVE that you also stan Ms. Lennox! Let's stan this Grammy-nominated album of the year DIVA!

 

 

She filmed music videos from each song from the albu, ughh the VISUALS she served :jonny5:

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P!nk Forever

Marilyn Manson

Nine Inch Nails

Nirvana

Soundgarden

Garbage

Portishead

The Cranberries

Fiona Apple

Radiohead

Mazzy Star

The Prodigy

2Pac

Fugees

 

All have a place in my Spotify list.:katie2:

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Supervixen
18 minutes ago, AvrilLaQueen said:

Ughhh, I agree about Depeche! 90's were truly the decade of art and experimental music being so successful unlike safe songs!

True! It was a great era for alternative and experimental music. I also love the fact that many great artists from the '80s new wave era (Depeche, Pet Shop Boys, Eurythmics, Duran Duran) continued to be successful in the '90s.

 

23 minutes ago, AvrilLaQueen said:

also YAASSS!!!! I love Garbage! "The World Is Not Enough" alongside "Golden Eye" by Tina Turner and "Tomorrow Never Dies" by Sheryl Crow are all the best James Bond song soundtracks, the holy trinity and all 3 released in the 90's! :jonny5:

Omg a fellow Garbage stan! They really did that with "The World Is Not Enough"!

 

21 minutes ago, AvrilLaQueen said:

also LOVE that you also stan Ms. Lennox! Let's stan this Grammy-nominated album of the year DIVA!

Yassss, she's a legend :worship2: love her voice and how she moves effortlessly through genres, both with Eurythmics and solo.

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Supervixen
16 minutes ago, P!nk Forever said:

Marilyn Manson

Nine Inch Nails

Nirvana

Soundgarden

Garbage

Portishead

The Cranberries

Fiona Apple

Radiohead

Mazzy Star

The Prodigy

2Pac

Fugees

 

All have a place in my Spotify list.:katie2:

Whew, taste.

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AvrilLaQueen
54 minutes ago, Supervixen said:

True! It was a great era for alternative and experimental music. I also love the fact that many great artists from the '80s new wave era (Depeche, Pet Shop Boys, Eurythmics, Duran Duran) continued to be successful in the '90s.

 

Omg a fellow Garbage stan! They really did that with "The World Is Not Enough"!

 

Yassss, she's a legend :worship2: love her voice and how she moves effortlessly through genres, both with Eurythmics and solo.

You know 90s were so musically diverse, when a NEW AGE genre song "Return To Innocence" by Enigma was a Top 5 hit. :jonny5:

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Slamless
1 hour ago, AvrilLaQueen said:

 

@Slamless do you know this classic? Not gonna lie, Hole and No Doubt were shaking a biT.

 

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I only use Garbage's debut. 

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