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Semper Fi - 1775
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Originally posted by Balzé Halzé:

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).


Similar to how Nirvana and grunge kicked the shit out of 80’s glam metal, the early 2k’s brought us a more intense and brooding rock. The Black Keys were early 2000 and System of a Down really took off around 2001 with the Toxicity album. Five-Finger Death Punch didn’t hit the scene until the mid 2k’s.

There are probably more, but one thing I find really interesting is that songs that I listened to and love now I am off and shocked to see that they are from the late 90s or early 2000s.

I guess I’d have to do some googling, but I don’t know if there is anything current in regards to rock or metal that I knowingly listen to.


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Everlong, Definitely one of my favorites, even better live. Was about 6ft from Grohl during a solo Cool




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1988 release but close enough Smile
In that case...

1989. The late, great, the one and only SRV.

Shredding in three, two, one...

 
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This is my favorite from sixteen stone.

This thread is incredible. I am loving this. I never expected to see Parabellum post up a song from Bush. Awesome! Cool





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In the 90s and first decade of the millennium I was still able to work out hard, and I did. Six days a week on the rock pile, light and heavy bags, and various PT exercises. A lot of the music posted here was dimed in the room where I worked out: Bush, Chevelle, The Pumpkins and…





Finally, R.L. Burnside can only be considered a north Mississippi, hill country Blues man, but in ‘98 he hooked up with a producer an engineer who worked with artists like Beck. This is pretty good workout music too.



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This thread is incredible. I am loving this. I never expected to see Parabellum post up a song from Bush.
What am I, some kinda cott damn square?

 
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Great Thread Para!
Here are my favorites from the Era!







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I just had pour myself a drink. And I have a head cold.

Para ripping tracks off Sixteen Stone !!! Yeah - it's Saturday Night !
 
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Here's a couple for those familiar with the Georgia music scene in the 1980s and 90s.



 
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Love this thread; got me taking a walk through the 90’s and remembering my twenties.

Pearl Jam’s Jeremy caught my attention and I watched the video again. For those who do not know, the song is based on a real “Jeremy”.

Jeremy - Wiki


More than anything else, the one thing that stood out to me in this article is that classes continued through the day.

Richardson teen-ager kills himself in front of classmates



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This is a good time. The party continues!! Big Grin


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2007


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I'll piggyback one from another post.



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[QUOTE]Originally posted by dsiets:
This is the first Smashing Pumpkins that got me to realize they are better than what I might think.
[/FLASH_VIDEO][/QUOTE] That's a remix. Their actual song is call "The End of the Beginning is the End." [FLASH_VIDEO]
 
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I missed out on the 90’s. Kids, work, school, deployments. Now that I’m in my 60’s, I can rock out like the 80’s.


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Always enjoyed this from a distance.



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