Klippoklondike: Some awesome albums on that list (Pablo Honey, In Utero, Siamese Dream) but damn does Janet Jackson suck.
neilbradley: This list reminds me how bitter I became toward popular music in the 90s. The vast majority is throw-away talentless crap.
Mad_Radhu: dstanley: I have not, nor will I, ever had any of those albums in my collection.You're doing yourself a disservice. There's some really good music on that list.
harlock: The early 90s was when it became fashionable for young talentless male vocalists to sing off key and badly on purpose, and any group of kids with a garage and a stereo set could churn out poorly produced, angsty rubbish and get a recording contract.
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CatfoodSpork: I remember buying several of these at a *gasp* record store...
movieman_1979: CatfoodSpork: I remember buying several of these at a *gasp* record store...Peaches for the win!!Oh, and, Janet's "That's the way love goes" is one of the greatest party make out anthems of all time, fact.
Strongbeerrules: Who let the dogs out?
Uzzah: No one's humping the Liz Phair album on there? Listened to it for the first time in about a decade a few months ago, and it holds up magnificently.
D Ray Morton: Funny they mentioned Yo La Tengo's Painful. It's probably the only one of those that doesn't clog up the used CD bin./"Daddy, what's a CD?"//"Sudden Organ" is still amazing,
Peaceboy: Many of those weren't bad. But I made it all the way through 2012 without once thinking of Candlebox, and only made it one and three-quarter days through 2013. Ominous.
fonebone77: Nothing like a list of albums from the past to bring out the hipsters who think they have superior taste in music based on the fact that they only like bands who cant sell any albums.
harlock: neilbradley: This list reminds me how bitter I became toward popular music in the 90s. The vast majority is throw-away talentless crap.As an 80's kid, right there with you. 1989 was the last year when top 40 was not hip hop, rap and grunge. Oh how I hated seattle rock, and still do. The early 90s was when it became fashionable for young talentless male vocalists to sing off key and badly on purpose, and any group of kids with a garage and a stereo set could churn out poorly produced, angsty rubbish and get a recording contract.FTA: All of these records came out in 1993, which was a damn good year for music.Are you serious? I can't imagine a more festering pile of shiat, for the most part.
T.rex: Its weird to think that a Snoop Dog album is now twice as old as a Led Zeppelin album was when said Snoop Dog album was released.
Kraftwerk Orange: I counted owning 18 discs on that list. Still, my favorite of all...[s3-ec.buzzfed.com image 600x600]My first Stereolab purchase was the "Jenny Ondioline" single from that album. Since then, I've become a bit of a completist in collecting their discography, which is a bit of a challenge.///own all three printings of "Amorphous Body Study Center" and was even offered an "Amorphous Baby" from the show. Unfortunately, Charles Long sculptures are a bit out of my price range.Also:[ecx.images-amazon.com image 500x500][3.bp.blogspot.com image 500x495][img.maniadb.com image 500x500]
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