90’s Music Open Thread


The 1990’s was unique in many ways. Lot’s of new faces and sounds, including an explosion of indie artists and the Grunge era.

What were your favorite songs of the 90’s?



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41 Responses to 90’s Music Open Thread

  1. myiq2xu says:

    Why does my cat have to get on my bed to lick his nether regions?

    • HELENK says:

      my late son in law went in to a local store and bought some condoms and bananas. walked out whistling Lets give them something to talk about. He never knew that I knew that story

  2. HELENK says:

    Freeze Warning in effect Friday night for portions of San Joaquin Valley, California; only minor citrus crop damage reported from cold spell – @usNWSgov

    going to get cold up your way myiq

  3. HELENK says:

    may not be from the 90s but was one of my favorite songs

  4. driguana says:

    Great subject. In 1990, I started my second commercial radio station in Santa Fe, KIOT, The Coyote….we got a lot of very cool national press. The musical objective was to play the grooviest music we could find in the world, some of them named above by others…by 1991 the clear favorites were artists like Cocteau Twins, Dead Can Dance, The KLF, Verve Pipe, Sneaker Pimps, Shudder To Think, Crowded House, Burning Spear, Baaba Maal, Youssou N’Ddour, Ibrahim Ferrer, Gin Blossoms, Suzanne Vega, Primal Scream, Throwing Muses and pretty much the hands-down favorite Massive Attack…..Hymn of the Big Wheel featuring Jamaican vocalist Horace Andy would always blow the phones off the hook…

  5. myiq2xu says:

    No 90’s collection is complete without Hootie:

  6. driguana says:

    Early 90’s also marked the first time that American audiences got to hear the incredible music of Mali musician Ali Farka Toure….and thus began a love affair for many of us with the music of this amazing and currently beleaguered West African country….Ali Farka was from the town of Niafunke currently under Islamist occupation where his music is forbidden….Toure gained further international acclaim from his partnerships with American musician Ry Cooder…but the early 90s was some of his best music….he passed away in 2006…..this is a cool little video especially if you’d like to know a bit more about Mali and African blues unleashed in the 90s…it was filmed in ’99…

  7. driguana says:

    great fun listening to all these tunes!!!!

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