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    Best Songs of the 90's

    I was thinking of combining 80s and 90s, but I feel like the styles of music that came out during those times were so all over the place, that the decades deserve their own spaces lol

    Here's a favorite version of a great song


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    I'm in!

    Bjork: Possibly Maybe


    Portishead: It Could Be Sweet

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    Quote Originally Posted by chicago View Post
    I was thinking of combining 80s and 90s, but I feel like the styles of music that came out during those times were so all over the place, that the decades deserve their own spaces lol

    Here's a favorite version of a great song
    Hey Chicago, that IS a great version of that song!

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    The Score was one of the best albums of that decade.


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    "Missing"

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    I love that one, Bohemianne

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    Never gets old...


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    two favourites from Bowie's overlooked 90s album Black Tie White Noise




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    What made me sad about the 90s was the divorce of guitar and keyboards. In the 70s and 80s, guitar and keyboards blended excellently together for a fuller orchestration. In the 90s, it seemed that there were guitar songs (alternative) and keyboard songs (eurodance).

    Here's one of my favorite guitar songs from the 90s




    And here is one of my favorite keyboard songs from the 90s:



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    Well. Just had two shocks in quick succession there!

    Checked out the Real McCoy song, as it didn't ring a bell. You know when you completely forget that a song even exists...? lol As I think I stated in another thread a while back, I have a bit of a soft spot for early/mid 90s eurodance... But I hadn't heard this song in about 20 years! Really took me back in time, you know. So that was the first shock.

    But hearing that triggered the memory of another, similar, kind of song. I knew that the main lyric was "I'm a dreamer", but wasn't sure if that's what it was called. So I go on Youtube and have a look for it, discover it's just called 'Dreamer' (by Livin' Joy). So I click the first video that comes up... See anything familiar?



    How weird is that?! lol

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    Hah! TMF Dance. That's awesome. Great song, too! I haven't heard it in quite some time. That was an interesting period of time. Bill Clinton was President. Racial tension was at an all time low. NBC dominated the sitcom market with Seinfeld, Friends, Frasier, etc. The first wave of Batman movies was in full steam. And it was right at the brink of the Internet that would come in and change everything.

    At that time none of my friends used the term "eurodance." I didn't hear the word until much later. We called it techno-pop. Many of the guys in my circle rejected the genre entirely and favored the grungy alternative stuff. I embraced both, mostly because I dig both guitar and keyboards.

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    Although I was but a lad during those days, I am a huge fan of a lot of stuff that was big in the 90's. Weezer, REM, Radiohead, Blink 182, Smashing Pumpkins and Nirvana to name a few. Plus as it was referenced above, there was Seinfeld, which to me, makes it a great decade!
    "I can whistle with my fingers, especially if I have a whistle."

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    Quote Originally Posted by DontAskJusTckle View Post
    Many of the guys in my circle rejected the genre entirely and favored the grungy alternative stuff.
    Had I been in my teens/early twenties when I was exposed to that music, I may have done the same myself (as, in fact, I did do with some of the commercial dance music that came a little later!). I wouldn’t have deemed it ‘cool’ enough.

    There are some great tunes from that genre though.

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    Some of the men in the 90s had self-image issues.....

    Beck: Loser


    Radiohead: Creep

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