I have a friend who started displaying this incredibly embarrassing and annoying habit. When behind the wheel, he started putting on nothing but 90's
pop music--blasting out the open windows for everyone to hear at the stoplight. We're both classic rock junkies, so you can imagine my shock and
But after taking a few long drives with him, I got a bit of the nostalgia bug right between my teeth and developed a taste for it.
Please post those nostalgic 90's tunes that you love (or preferably, the ones you hate to love!)
Rule: please post only 90's music!
edit on 2-7-2013 by NarcolepticBuddha because: (no reason given)
Hope you dont mind but here's something with meaning from a little earlier.
Compare the lyrics to that of the 90's poo.
Don't let them fool ya,
Or even try to school ya! Oh, no!
We've got a mind of our own,
So go to hell if what you're thinking is not right!
Love would never leave us alone,
Against the darkness there must come out the light.
Could you be loved... and be loved...
Could you be loved...wo yeah... and be loved...
(The road of life is rocky and you may stumble too,
So while you point your fingers someone else is judging you)
Love your brotherman!
(Could you be - could you be - could you be loved?
Could you be - could you be loved?
Could you be - could you be - could you be loved?
Could you be - could you be loved?)
Don't let them change ya, oh! -
Or even rearrange ya! Oh, no!
We've got a life to live. (ooh, ooh, ooh)
They say: only - only -
only the fittest of the fittest shall survive -
Stay alive! Eh!
I lived in the epicenter of Grunge central in Seattle in 93 and love all those bands surrounding it...but were they pop?
I kinda think Kim Deal would punch you in the throat for saying Cannonball was a pop song...
Tinker you did redeem yourself with Dee lite!
edit on 2-7-2013 by abeverage because: (no reason given)
It was popular if you were an obscure dork. Plus it was featured in one of the best The State sketches ever (told you I was a 90's child!)
Don't make me start posting Portishead. =]
Ok you get points cause it was popular I guess, still think she would kick you in the Junk. My buddies were in a band that opened for them at the
Fenix Underground she was cool but still took no Sh*ttake and she out drank us poor boys. Met a lot of cool musicians in that scene, some are even
still alive LOL
Now Pixies was not pop... and I liked portishead too but again not pop.
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