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post #46 of 89

I shouldn't say we'd ever hear. 

 

Way better music earlier. More or less the time period discussed. 

post #47 of 89
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Originally Posted by CirrusPilot View Post

I think the 90s was the last great generation for GOOD music. So many awesome bands. Now what is there? Just check out the iTunes top 10. Justin Beiber, Ke$ha (wtf!), and a bunch of other auto-tuned crap. There are hardly any actual bands that are popular anymore. Pretty much all pop music is computer generated now. Kind of a shame!

 

BTW, heck yes to Pantera. I totally forgot about them!

I used to think the same way too, but there is some seriously killer music still being made- you just need to dig harder. Forget what's popular, the mainstream doesn't know what good or even real music is. Bands like Gojira, Sheavy, Mastodon, Ghost, Down, Gates of Slumber, Dawnbringer, Daylight Dies, Witchcraft, Skeletonwitch, Warbringer... all some world class musicians that are still putting out amazing music. Of course, it all depends on your taste. 

post #48 of 89

Use Your Illusion I and II, came out early 90s!

post #49 of 89

Amon Tobin - Bricolage

Amon Tobin - Permutation

post #50 of 89
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Use Your Illusion I and II, came out early 90s!

I knew I forgot something.

post #51 of 89

John Scofield - A Go Go

Jeff Buckley - Grace

post #52 of 89
Love a lot of these mentioned, but Under the Table and Dreaming and Crash by Dave Matthew Band got to be in there...
post #53 of 89

As far as 90s Hip Hop, some that I liked:

 

1990 Public Enemy - Fear of a Black Planet
1991 Cypress Hill - Cypress Hill

1992 Dr Dre - The Chronic

1992 Gang Starr - Daily Operation
1993 A Tribe Called Quest - Midnight Marauders

1993 Wu Tang Clan - Enter the Wu-Tang (36 Chambers)

1993 Blackmoon - Enta Da Stage
1994 Nas - Illmatic

1994 The Notorius B.I.G. - Ready to Die

1995 GZA - Liquid Swords

1996 Jay-Z Reasonable Doubt
1996 Outkast - ATLiens

1998 Outkast - Aquemini

post #54 of 89

Beastie Boys - Check Your Head
Beastie Boys - Ill Communication

DJ Shadow - Endtroducing

post #55 of 89

Magnetic Fields: 69 Love Songs

DJ Shadow: Endtroducing...

Moby: Play

Lucinda Williams: Car Wheels on a Gravel Road

Public Enemy: Fear of a Black Planet, Apocalypse 91

Tricky: Maxinquaye

Sonic Youth: A Thousand Leaves, Goo

Nirvana: MTV Unplugged, Nevermind, In Utero

LL Cool J: Mama Said Knock You Out

Yo La Tengo: I Can Hear the Heart Beating as One

Pavement: Slanted and Enchanted, Crooked Rain, Wowee Zowee, Brighten the Corners

Liz Phair: Exile in Guyville

Beck: Mellow Gold, Odelay

Archers of Loaf: Vee Vee

PJ Harvey: To Bring You My Love, Rid of Me

Luna: Penthouse

Fugees: The Score

Sleater-Kinney: Dig Me Out

Billy Bragg And Wilco: Mermaid Avenue

P.M. Dawn: Of the Heart, of the Soul and of the Cross - The Utopian Experience, The Bliss Album...?

Freedy Johnston: Can You Fly

De La Soul: Buhloone Mindstate

Iris Dement: My Life

Pet Shop Boys: Very

Notorious BIG: Ready to Die, Life After Death

GZA: Liquid Swords

Wu Tang Clan: Enter the Wu Tang (36 Chambers)

Hole: Live Through This

post #56 of 89

+1 on Pavement: Wowie Zowie (Brother of a Sister of Thought is such a great track) and DJ Shadow: Endtroducing

 

If You're Feeling Sinister by Belle & Sebastian is quite good, too. 

post #57 of 89

Singles Soundtack.

post #58 of 89
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The Chronic

 

can't believe nobody's mentioned it...

 

Also Siamese Dream

Jimmy Chamberlins drums on that album are great

 

also if you said melancholy instead of sd you're just wrong  rolleyes.gif

j/k

but not entirely

Not sure if you were referring to me (see my avatar) or just in geneal-but I agree-Siamese Dream is the better album than MCIS, although it lacks the lacks the monster hits that they are known for. But Mayonaise, Disarm, Soma are untouchable imo.

 

-Daniel

post #59 of 89
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How about we get some METAL in here!!! devil_face.gif

 

How 'bout we move this disaster to the music forum?

post #60 of 89
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How about we get some METAL in here!!! devil_face.gif

How 'bout we move this disaster to the music forum?


Dude! Thanks. I totally thought I made it on the music forum.
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