BEST BAND OF THE 90's

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  1. Megara

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    faith no more rocks..but they are 80's
     
  2. boringtree

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    nine inch nails, if can be considerd a band
     
  3. fugedaboudit

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    i guess two bands i'd mention are oasis & third eye blind...
     
  4. AutumnAuburn

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    I would definitely consider NIN to be a band. Enya, as well...

    And who's to say that the bands with more than one player, aren't being re-recorded in secrecy, by a certain other band member...? Boston comes to mind... I've heard of a few others, but can't think of their names, right off hand...
     
  5. Sugar Magnolia

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    i didn't even think of oasis...good call:) and what about blues traveler? i love them so much, john popper can jam on that harmonica like crazy
     
  6. madcrappie

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    I'd have to say 2 live crew.
     
  7. Jim

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    Page & Plant's touring band.. ;)
     
  8. AreYouExperienced

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    Tool, Alice In Chains, RATM
     
  9. AreYouExperienced

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    Oh shit, almost forgot the best late-90s band : Government Mule
     
  10. osiris

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    well, you could call faith 80's. i'm thinking exclusively with mike patton, and The Real Thing, the first with him, came out in '89 didn't it? that's damn close. and my pesonal fave, the one i consider their best, is king for a day, fool for a lifetime, and that was nineties...

    you know, if their last album hadn't been so tremendously lame, and phil anselmo wasn't such an asshole, i'd almost be inclined to say pantera.

    acid bath comes to mind as well as switchblade symphony, but they are far from mainstream.

    so i guess, due to the criteria set out for this, i have to say Tool. and having seen them 4 times live, that's not a bad pick at all. they are quite fucking amazing.

    lol... but hey, for a gag, how about GWAR?

    much love :)
     
  11. paintedjames

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    i can't belive nobody said Sublime, they were by far the best/most influential mainstream band of the ninetires and by far the most underrattedwake up people!!

    dave was ok too, but just ok

    gotta say Red Hot Chili Peppers as a tie for first with Sublime
     
  12. FreakyJoeMan

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    Exactafuckinlutely, Sublime was THE best band of the ninties!
     
  13. daysye

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    i mentioned sublime in my post.....but i did forget to mention one very important band...blind melon....they rocked.....they would have to be one of my all time faves.....

    it was post number 35....
     
  14. paintedjames

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    ooooooo!!!! yes yes Blind Melon also was one of the very best bands of the nineties!! i don't give a fuck what Pressed_Rat is going to say,
    BLIND MELON ROCKED!!!! even in their latter herion raving days hehee...Shannon was so talaanted...you really have to hear Blind Melon live to truley appreciate them, and that is what, in my opinion, makes a band good.

    R.I.P. Shannon Hoon
     
  15. daysye

    daysye dumb as a box of hammers

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    yes shannon was very talented.....there was just something about him that made him become as popular as what he did....i can not really explain it
     
  16. JustBob

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    Just to toss out a couple more, Candle Box, Live, and Janes Addiction.
     
  17. osiris

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    you know, i can't say exactly why, but both sublime and pearl jam have always been bands that make me want to vomit, sorry. blind melon is pretty cool. and, i love the chili peppers(except for one hot minute- some good songs but navarro just didn't fit with them) but weren't they around in the mid-eighties?


    much love :)
     
  18. migle

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    ok, not mainstreem bands, does anybody know Berri Txarrak?
    they're from euskadi (the vasc country) and they play very good new metal rock.
    And for you to learn some euskera (the vasc language) their name means "bad news".
     
  19. adigaskell

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    I'd go for Radiohead (even though they only had two albums out in the 90's). Jeff Buckley would surely have been up there if events hadn't changed things.
     
  20. boringtree

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    thats true.
     

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