90s music sucks!

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    I don't care what you think, but 90s music sucked ever since Nirvana made that crappy song. Alternative music was nothing more of a whinefest. Lollipoloozer was the epitome of it.

    The pop music was boring lame crap like Sarah Crow, the Wallflowers, Goo Goo Dolls, etc. And don't get me started about Henson.

    At the same time, Rap music went from partying and informing people to celebrating gangsta life, degrading women, and glorifying mass-consumerism, and it still hasn't changed much. Good that 2-Pac and Biggie is no longer around, I never liked either of them. Then there's Puff Daddy, aka P. Diddy, aka Punk-@$$ Douchebag. Enough said.

    R&B wasn't much better. Three words: New-Jack Swing. There were a few good artist such as Boys II Men and from the Neo-Soul camp like D'Angelo, but for the most part, New Jack-Crap ruined it.

    Country was going back to it's roots, meaning it was becoming boring again. Garth Brooks and Billy Ray Cyrus brought back the boring aspect of country, setting country back when Kenny Rogers, Dolly Parton, Crystal Gayle, Eddie Rabbit, Alabama, and the others were making it good back in the 70s and 80s.

    The there was that stupid house and techno music, the crap from Chicago and Detroit respectively. It's heydays were in the 90s as well, bringing back that terrible music from the 70s called Disco. Speaking of disco, that crap came back in style during that decade. There was so many other types of music in the 70s that was way[b/] better than Disco.

    And don't get me started with the fashion, hairstyle, TV shows, movies, culture, fads, etc. Besides the WWW, the TV show "In Living Color", and the Clinton Presidency, nothing was good about the 90s.

    God, I ABSOLUTELY HATED the 90s.
     
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    You clearly were not listening to the right stuff:

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    There were good bands in the 90s.

    Red Hot Chili Peppers
    Beastie Boys
    Alice In Chains
    U2
    Rush
    Metallica
    Iron Maiden
    Guns and Roses
    Queensryche
    Pantera
    Sublime
    Eric Clapton
    Black Crows
    Megadeath
    Slayer
    John Mellencamp
    Eric Johnson
    Steve Vai
    Grateful Dead
    White Zombie
    Black Label Society
    Sevendust
    Joe Satriani
     
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    The only good thing on that list was RATM. I love their music and their message. The rest I couldn't stand. I really hate metal, even during the 80s.
     
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    I do like U2 and Beasties, but U2 best years were by far in the 80s. Beasties were good, but they never really had that zany magic they had when they were with Def Jam for License to Ill. As for John Mellencamp, I never like his music, even during the 80s. I like the message in some of the songs, but I never could get into it. Same with Bruce Springsteen.

    The rest can stuff it.
     
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    There was music in the 90's?

    Why am I always the last one to know this kind of thing?

    I have no sense of what's good for decades ...usually after most people have discovered the new sound and moved on to something newer.

    Even though I lived though the MOTOWN era of the 60s (hell I was in HS!) I really didn't like it until the 80s.

    Seriously, the last time I was in front of musical development was the early 60s back when Dylan was first making the scene.


    Well there's on thing to be said for being late to the musical trend...by the time you start listening to a genre, its usually only the best of that genre that is still being played.

    Saves me having to listen to all the ME TOO music that comes with every new style.

    Right now I'm enamoured with Be-Bop from the 50s and early 60's.

    Now I know I heard that music back when it was new but I wasn't ready for it.

    When it comes to music, I guess I am somewhat retarded.
     
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    You seem to have covered everything except the instrumental underground which has been cooking in every decade. :eusa_shhh:
    I guess you missed it.
     
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