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Forgotten 90’s rock music

Slim Jim

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Coal Chamber - Shock The Monkey
Peter Gabriel: "Cover me!"
Ozzy Osbourne: " Okay.."
 

Slim Jim

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Just heard now on radio...
Spin Doctors - If you.
They sound really slick, nice gtr & drums, vocals not to shabby ether.... must have been something to see them live, meet them in the flesh....like I know some were lucky enough to do...back in the day...probably disbanded now.
 
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Slim Jim

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Rock, yes. 90's, yes. Forgotten? I guess so...
Deep Blue Something - Breakfast At Tiffany's
 

Slim Jim

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Incubus - A Certain Shade Of Green
Best song on the 1997 album S.C.I.E.N.C.E.
Wish I had a Buseyism.I'll make one my self.
Searching
Creative
Inquiring
Endeavors
Needing
Certainty
Empirically
 

tkcartoonist

Tunes and Toons
Beavis and Butthead is like a gold mine for forgotten 90s music. Technically, this isn't a rock song, but this has become forgotten over time and it's great.

And this was the B&B riff. It's one of the better ones.
 

Slim Jim

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Henry Rollins - Diss connected
Henry speaks to the the dissafected, damaged, disconnected, part of our psyche. The monstrous part. We all have something like that. I don't care who you are. Or how moral and virtuous and perfect you present yourself to the world.
 

tkcartoonist

Tunes and Toons
Die Kreuzen. Rock band from my home state of Wisconsin (specifically Milwaukee). Some of their songs were covered by bands as diverse as Voivod and Napalm Death. They were mostly active in the 80s, but their last album came out in the 90s.
 

Forest Cat

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Disneyland After Dark - Laugh n' a half. Long forgotten but that was a 1990s winner. So good.

 
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tkcartoonist

Tunes and Toons
Eve's Plum - Blue

The most exposure this song and band got was being featured in a Beavis & Butthead riff.

Fun fact: the lead singer went on to become Vitamin C, aka the singer of that damn Graduation song.

 

Aeolienne

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To those who say Ukraine's Eurovision win was entirely down to the sympathy vote ... well, it didn't work for Bosnia-Herzegovina back in 1993, did it?
Fazla, Sva bol svijeta [The Whole World's Pain]
 

Slim Jim

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Peter Gabriel-Steam
Peaked at #32 on Billboard Hot 100 and #1 Modern Rock. Released 1992.
 

Aeolienne

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Julian Lennon, Saltwater
Probably the only song I know of to reference damage to the ozone layer ("the hole in the sky"). Although someone should have told Julian that CFCs were phased out following the 1987 Montreal Protocol.
 

Slim Jim

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^ I know his two hits from his debut 'valotte'...really that's all. He's really like His father. Almost like he's filling the void. He touches upon the same stuff also. Keeping the same spirit.

INXS - The Messenger - 1993
 

Aeolienne

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Not completely forgotten - there was those who said of the UK's last Eurovision entry "Shame it's not the Babylon Zoo one..."
 

Slim Jim

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^ That 'Spaceman chorus..." was a childhood favourite. But the sped up version. Featured on an advert. This Version:
I watched a lot of tv as a kid. I would have been 7(?). I'm sure I liked to sing along to songs I really liked.
 

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