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    Quote Originally Posted by Dardeau View Post
    Duh.
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    im all about fox confessor beings the flood.

    against me!-as the eternal cowboy
    interpol-our love to admire
    gang starr-moment of truth
    blood brothers-young machetes
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    1996
    Sublime
    Tool aenima
    2pac all eyes on me
    Rage. Evil empire
    Sepultura. Roots
    Bad brains. Black dots
    Butthole surfers. Electriclarryland
    The descendents. Everything sucks
    Rasputina
    Porno for pyros
    Bloodhound gang. One fierce beer coaster
    Screeching weezil. Bark like a dog
    Pogues. Pogue mahone

    All the main stream ones for 96. Pogues didn't have the best that year but I got the album from unclaimed baggage so it sticks out to me.
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    Quote Originally Posted by apicius9 View Post
    I counted, there are 7/70+ artists mentioned so far who's name I heard before, of four of them I remember hearing a song. For me, new classic albums after 1995 would be greatest hits compilations from songs that were recorded before 1975. I guess I am old...

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    Quote Originally Posted by labor of love View Post
    im all about fox confessor beings the flood.

    against me!-as the eternal cowboy
    interpol-our love to admire
    gang starr-moment of truth
    blood brothers-young machetes
    tragedy-nerve damage
    That Blood Brothers album is SUPERB.
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    I like albums by female vocalists. I imagine you would get laughed at in a pro kitchen if you played them but any album by Patty Griffin or Tift Merritt. Favorite album by PG would be Flaming Red, by TM would be Another Country.
    In a totally different vein I am a huge fan of the Velvet Underground and in 2013 they re-issued White Light/White Heat as a 45 anniversary celebration. The second disc has 7 live songs recorded at the Gymnasium in NY 1967. This group is the genesis of grunge so if you like your music heavy and dense this is where it started.

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    The Evens self titled album. Ian MacKaye's (post-Fugazi) duo band. Saw them a while back in DC and I still love that album.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mr drinky View Post
    The Evens self titled album. Ian MacKaye's (post-Fugazi) duo band. Saw them a while back in DC and I still love that album.

    k.
    steve albini originally recorded fugazis in on the kill taker album, but the band decided against using the material and just rerecorded the album. but now the old albini recordings are available, i found them on youtube.

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    90s was the best generation for music!

    off the top of my head in 95

    oasis - what's the story morning glory
    smashing pumpkins - mellon collie
    hootie & the blowfish - cracked rear view

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    I'll just put this here....

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    Quote Originally Posted by ThEoRy View Post
    I'll just put this here....

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