Discussion in 'Music' started by FunkyConguero, May 9, 2004.
well most of the better bands were established 80's bands...so it makes it really hard.
The Backsteet Boys.
I'm sorry but ever generation needs a boy band because it makes the music industry rich...all you need is some makeup and a hot set of boys and you got yourself cash...Anyone could be that and I think they can sing but not the best thing that came from the 90's (In my opinion ) at all...Pop music is just that..pop..
i have to believe you are not serious, rubin.
if you were, i might lose a lot of the respect i have for you.
it's NOT nirvana or the red hot chili peppers. those are the two most overrated bands of the 90's.
Not back when they were good. The peppers were once good.
OASIS without a doubt!!! Noel Gallagher is fucking brilliant.
alice in chains
I just love to make fun of these pointless threads that go nowhere because all the opinions clash.
You can hear "RHCP suck", "no they rock"..."phish rocks", "no they suck", blah blah blah... all over the thread.
I prefer to add a "contraversial" comment to actually get the masses discussing something.
serra's top 90's greatness:
2. SMASHING PUMPKINS
3. BEASTIE BOYS (i know they are from the 80s but the stuff released in the 90s was also amazing and they are still going; i love the beasties!!
4. ALANIS MORISETTE
5. ALICE IN CHAINS/NIRVANA (but only the live unplugged album)
("electronic dance music")
1. DAFT PUNK (and thomas bengalter in general)
2. CHEMICAL BROTHERS
3. FATBOY SLIM
4. CRYSTAL MEATHOD
5. ALL DANCE MIX COMPILATION ALBUMS
Red Hot Chillie Peppers
Rage Against the Machine
my alltime fave band is and always wiil be System of a Down!
They rock and roll all night long ,sweet Suzy!!
That is my vote.
let's see...I guess I agree w/many of the choices:
Alice in Chains
haha! rubin, brave sir, i salute you!
for the american's, it's a grunge band
for the british, it's a britpop band
but, tool is #1 by far, IMO
aaaahhh! I forgot Live!
the problem with the 90's is that it's like two seperate decades the early Grudge era rock and the latter pop/punk/rap etc. era ...
i think red hot chili peppers, green day, and pearl jam
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