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It's Friday night. Time to rock.





The Beastie Boys? Yes, it's rock and roll.







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Gee thanks Para. You have sent me on yet another 5 hour youtube music trail! See you all sometime tomorrow Big Grin


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Sabotage is probably their best song, and the gratuitous use of it to kill aliens in Star Trek Beyond was a fitting tribute. I didn't really pay much attention to the Beastie Boys after License to Ill, which to me was more of a novelty album with cheesy songs and cheesier videos. But this one stood out.

Watch the 2 surviving members standup stage show if you get a chance. I got a new sense or respect for these guys and all they went through after watching it.

Foo Fighters sort of slipped under the radar until a while later. Dave's recent Dee Gee's bit is funny, and brings back a lot of memories of being a little kid during the disco era.
 
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Sabotage has to be one of the best music videos ever produced.

The 90's were the pinnacle of just about everything.


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^^ yup



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Hell yes…to toss in the mix:

Limp Bizkit - Break Stuff

Weezer - Buddy Holly

Nirvana - pick one…

Eve 6 - Inside Out

Metallica - No Leaf Clover


Don’t break your neck head banging!


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This is the first Smashing Pumpkins that got me to realize they are better than what I might think.
 
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Love it!


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Love it!

Yeah, it's hard to top Chris.
So I'm going a bit more old school.

I'm deleting this video as it's origin is pre 90's.

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Gotta have some Alice In Chains as well?!?


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Gotta have some Alice In Chains as well?!?

From 2009's Black Gives Way to Blue:

 
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Those are some good songs.

I always liked the Santana Smooth song with Rob Thomas.

 
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You forgot Social Distortion and Flogging Molly.






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1988 release but close enough Smile
 
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Was visiting some friends in Chicago and saw the Pumpkins live at Metro in 93. Had no idea who they were. Singer - OK. Lyrics - pretty good. Drums and guitar work were incredible.
 
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Possibly more funk than rock, but classic 90's:




 
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Hello nostalgia. The 90’s and early 2000’s man....what a time.


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The 90's were the pinnacle of just about everything.


It was the last time when any decent Rock (on average) was produced.
IMO R&R died in the mid 90's but alas I am an old school rocker from the seventies (with appreciation of some great eighties rock).
 
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