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Discussion in 'Music Discussion (BAM'S Bieberverse)' started by cedented, Mar 9, 2017.

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Greatest Band of the 90's?

  1. Alice in Chains

    22.5%
  2. Green Day

    0 vote(s)
    0.0%
  3. Metallica

    7.5%
  4. Nirvana

    5.0%
  5. Oasis

    2.5%
  6. Pearl Jam

    7.5%
  7. Radiohead

    7.5%
  8. Rage Against the Machine

    2.5%
  9. Red Hot Chili Peppers

    5.0%
  10. The Smashing Pumpkins

    2.5%
  11. Soundgarden

    5.0%
  12. Stone Temple Pilots

    0 vote(s)
    0.0%
  13. U2

    5.0%
  14. Weezer

    2.5%
  15. Other

    25.0%
  1. Overpressure Gold Belt

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    The re-formed King Crimson double- trio.
    Two bass/ Chapman Stick players
    Two drummers
    Two lead guitars

    They could rip your ear hair out with the sound they generated.
    As far as musicianship, there's no contest, really
     
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  2. SenorFranko Green Belt

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    Need to have a listen to some Alice in Chains stuff. They get a lot of mentions on this forum but as far as I know were not well known in the UK in the 90's.

    Great list though. I chose Radionhead but was also a big Prodigy and Massive Attack fan in the 90's.
     
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  3. Crimson Glory TMMAC

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    Listen too the entire Dirt album, a ton of gems on there.
     
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  4. SenorFranko Green Belt

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    Ah nice one mate. I will certainly do that
     
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  5. OneManOrgy Yellow Belt

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    If I gotta choose one, it's

     
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    Modest Mouse, Sonic Youth, or Stereolab
     
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    That list sucks theres like no punk ska bands in it at all
     
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  8. isor The White Wolf

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    Soundgarden is my favourite of those, but objectively I would say Nirvana was the most significant.
     
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  9. Anung Un Rama The Right Hand of Doom

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    Pearl Jam released FIVE albums in the 90s.
    You can argue who your favorite is, but PJ wins this contest.
     
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  10. Daverisimo Brown Belt

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    I voted Radiohead, but I don't think they really released their best stuff until the 00's
     
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    Tool, Faith no more
     
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    I'll throw in a Modest Mouse protest vote. They released so much music in the 90's, much of it pretty strange, but The Lonesome Crowded West was an indie gem and The Moon and Antarctica is probably my favorite album of all time. Their most listenable music came in the 2000's but their most interesting stuff was all 90's.
     
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  13. lakersfan45 That's sardo! No mr, accent on the do!

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    For me it's between faith no more and smashing pumpkins

    Faith no more had the real thing (89 but still heavily played in early 90s), angel dust (one of the greatest albums of all time), king for a day, and album of the year. That's four great albums, two of which I would argue are seminal and highly influential (real thing and angel dust)

    Smashing pumpkins had gish, Siamese, Mellon collie, and adore. People say that Siamese is their greatest work but I think it's Mellon collie. Mellon collie took on the same quality song for song but expanded their sound and expanded it to two albums. Not to mention a ton of amazing b-sides that are still just being uncovered now. I can only imagine would it would be like seeing a prime corgan, iha, and jimmy in concert would be like. I was at the recent reunion show when Iha joined billy and jimmy for the first time in years and it was awesome.
     
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    Bush is also one of my favorite 90s bands. Any fans?

    My favorite song by them

    Who could forget this song?
     
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