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Endorse all things by Smashing Pumpkins, Radiohead, Mudhoney, Fugazi, etc etc.

And these wonderful numbers:

Pavement - Slanted and Enchanted

REM - Up

Beth Orton - Central Reservation

Toadies - Rubberneck

Tom Petty - Anthology


And Tool! No one has mentioned Tool. Der. What list is complete?

The Downward Spiral, maybe...
 

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The Downward Spiral is in.

Rubberneck would be in, if the Toadies weren't otherwise so disapointing!

REM - somehow NO REM makes any (important) list of mine. REM, the band, makes EVERY (positive) list, but no single album...

Tool is great, but no ALBUM stood out for me. Arguably the most artistically interesting heavy metal band ever, though.
 

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Can I argue for Salival? I can't choose one true Tool album as definitive... However, anything that ends in "slide a mile six inches at a time on Maynard's dick" needs to be included in the list.
 

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Sarah McLachlan-Fumbling Toward Ecstasy

Dr. Dre-Chronic

Tool-Animea

Pink Floyd-The Division Bell

Mary J. Blige-Mary

Dream Theater-Images and Words

Fight-Fight

Andy Griggs-You Won't Ever Be Lonely

Vince Gill-The Key, High Lonesome Sound, I Still Believe in You
 

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Discussion Starter · #29 ·
Would Agætis Byrjun count as a 90's release even though it wasn't released in the U.S. until 2000? That's the only reason I kept it off my list.
 

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Yeah, 1999 in Iceland. Well, I'll leave it off because I'm not an Icelander, so technically it's not a 90's release for me. It will surely make any millennium list I may make.
 

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ok ok, i'll take a stab at this..

1. Mad Season - Above

2. Jeff Buckley - Grace

3. Pearl Jam - No Code

4. Ben Harper - Fight For Your Mind

5. Pearl Jam - Yield

6. Dave Matthews Band - UTTAD

7. Ben Harper - The Will to Live

8. Three Fish - Three Fish

9. Live - Throwing Copper

10. Tori Amos - Little Earthquakes

if i were allowed to have Agætis Byrjun on there, it'd probably be 6. and if you haven't heard of Ben Harper, you are completely missing out.
 

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How could I forget the Red Hot Chili Peppers?

Bad Ceryna. Bad. *thwaps*

Hehe.
 

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I'd definitely have blood sugar sex magik on there. Iremember first getting it, and then saying "This is the funkiest thing I've ever heard" And it was, until I got their earlier albums. (Which were all 80's)

And in utero by nirvana would get my credit. Simply because I believe it's nirvana's best.

And rage against the machine's debut. Brilliant stuff.

And yesterday went to soon by feeder. It was made before they got really popular, and it's not as commercial. It shows why a festival is not a festival without feeder though.
 

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I can't believe I left off Blind Melon.

Also, as I've been re-introducing hip hop to my daily rotation, I gotsta add two more:

Illmatic - Nas ('94)

Mecca & The Soul Brother - Pete Rock & CL Smooth ('92 - is this already on my list?)
 

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Rakim- The eighteenth letter

Raekwon- only built 4 cuban linx

RZA- the hits

De la soul- stakes is high

Common- One day it will all make sense

Erikah Badu- Baduizm

Mary J Blige- my life
 

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Blood Sugar Sex Magik--Red Hot Chili Peppers

Achtung Baby--U2

Woodface--Crowded House

Nevermind--Nirvana

Ten--Pearl Jam

I'm sure there's lots more, but I'm at work right now and am limited by my small at-work CD collection.
 
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