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Favorite 90's Bands

Discussion in '90's Music' started by Dave78, Nov 20, 2009.

  1. Venomous Mask

    Venomous Mask Keeper of the slime

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    White Zombie/Rob Zombie
    Cathedral
    Neurosis
    Pearl Jam
    Nirvana
    Alice In Chains
    Butthole Surfers
    Creed
    A Perfect Circle
    Tool
    Green Jello
    Everclear
    Incubus
    Monster Magnet
    Orange Goblin
    Sleep
    Green Day
    Dead Can Dance
    Alanis Morrisette
    Vertical Horizon
    Lake of Tears
    Ace of Base
    Ugly Kid Joe
    Candlebox
    Om
    Soundgarden

    I'm sure I'll think of more later.
     
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    dsotm lunatic in the hall

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    DaDa. Easily. Great bass and drumming, amazing song writing, excellent harmony singing and Michael Gurley playing jaw dropping guitar. Start with their !st disc (look left to see what it looks like). I've seen them seven times and had my face removed each time. Give them a try. You'll like them.
     
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    Facelifter King Nothing

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    90's imo lol

    ill go by band and the best album/song by them,


    Soundgarden-Badmotorfinger-Outshined, Jesus christ pose, Rusty cage, Mind Riot

    Alice in chains-Facelift-Sunshine, Sea of sorrow, Man in the box, We die young

    Gruntruck-Push-Crazy love, Tribe, Push

    Skid Row-Slave to the grind-Monkey business, Slave to the grind, Mudkicker

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    Megadeth-Countdown to extinction- Skin O' my teeth, Sweating bullets, High speed dirt
     
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  5. Bradzon

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    Yeah there are some 90's bands that pwn, imo.

    Muse
    Green Day
    Nirvana
    Pearl Jam
    Nine Inch Nails
    Foo Fighters
    Miky Mora
    Semantic Hallucinations

    I almost listed Sum 41 but I forgot. They didn't drop any albums until 2000.
     
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    Raven BlackAngel Music Butterfly

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    One of my favorite 90's hair metal bands was Winger...I know they started in the late 80',but, some of their tunes were in the early 90's...I love most of their songs and my favorite was "Miles Away"
     
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    RadRobX What the **** did I post now?

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    RadRobX What the **** did I post now?

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    Who doesn't like Alice and Chains?



    90's @ ya1
     
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    The stone roses When they came back after their enforced break they had changed from a lightweight pop group into a fully fledge heavy psych outfit
    John Squire is one the best guitarists around and he's good enough to improvise. Very few are good enough to do that Take a look at their two nights at Brixton academy from 95 on YouTube It's poor quality video but the performance is phenomenal with a rampant squire and the band good enough to follow.
    Brown was always a problem. His voice was awful and he was often drunk out of his mind on stage.
    Second coming is a tour de force of classic rock. Its a mere foretaste of their live stuff from that era esp in the UK They toned it down esp in the USA
    Sadly their return this century marked a return to their boring 80s stuff. Squire was shackled
    I suspect that if they'd jammed out for two then the stadiums would have emptied to the sound of designer heels and shrieks of confusion
    It's a real pity they imploded after second coming as it was taste of things that should have come.
    A marvellous band for a year.
     
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    Stone Temple Pilots, Soundgarden, Foo Fighter, Pearl Jam, The Smashing Pumpkins, Rhcp, Incubus, Third Eye Blind, Bush, Weezer, Green Day, Korn, Nirvana, Creed, Marcy Playground, The Flys, The Toadies, P.O.D., Audioslave, 3 Doors Down, DMB, AIC, Radiohead, Lit, Live, Eve 6
     

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