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Worst songs of the 90s?

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  1. RastaRocket

    RastaRocket Sanka, Ya Dead Mon? Ya Mon.

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    Red Hot Chili Peppers - Californication (1999)
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    Outkast - Aquemini (1998)
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    Outkast - ATLiens (1996)
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    Sublime - Sublime (1996)
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    Green Day - Insomniac (1995)
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    Green Day - Nimrod (1997)
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    Eminem - The Slim Shady LP (1999)
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    Fugees - The Score (1996)
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    2Pac - Me Against The World (1995)
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    2Pac - All Eyez On Me (1996)
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  2. RastaRocket

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    The Offspring - Americana (1998)
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    Weezer - Pinkerton (1996)
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    Blink-182 - Enema of the State (1999)
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    Rage Against The Machine - Evil Empire (1996)
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    Rage Against The Machine - The Battle of Los Angeles (1999)
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    Notorious B.I.G - Life After Death (1997)
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    Bone Thugs-N-Harmony - E.1999 Eternal (1995)
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    The Smashing Pumpkins - Mellon Collie and Infinite Sadness (1995)
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    The Flaming Lips - The Soft Bulletin (1999)
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    The Flaming Lips - Zaireeka (1997)
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    Jay-Z - Reasonable Doubt (1996)
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    Jay-Z - Hard Knock Life (1998)
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    You should be able to find something in there you like from the late 90's... Plenty more out there as well.
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  3. Future

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    Oh cool, you're so unique :D
  4. BigStar

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  5. RastaRocket

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    Haha, and that's only 1995-2000!
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  6. BigStar

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    I was born in 84, so that is the msucial decade I grew up in as well. Good look on repping the 90's scene ;)
  7. RastaRocket

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    These guys formed in 1997 as well.
  8. RastaRocket

    RastaRocket Sanka, Ya Dead Mon? Ya Mon.

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    I was born in 1990, but I love my 90's music.
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  9. BigStar

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    I know rap doesn't get a lot of love on this forum, but it really thrived in the 90s. On top of the bigger names like Nas, Big, 2pac, Wu, Mobb Deep, Bone, etc. but some of the true gems came from the Memphis underground scene (TW3, Skinny Pimp, Playa Fly, Project Pat just to name a few) and Scarface out of Houston.
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  10. FiveRings

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    And so we've turned a "worst songs of the 90s" thread into a best 90s song thread. Well done guys haha
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  11. Ntegrase96

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    Most of these are hits for me. Except Sublime, Green Day and RHCP.

    I didn't strictly listen to hip hop or anything either. But like I said I can't think of many songs I like from that era.

    RHCP. Just can't stand RHCP. But I can respect that those guys are musicians and have a great following. Also Californication was a pretty big album.

    Green Day? Never really liked them. Those guys exploded with "Dookie" (wow that's a funny sentence), but the two albums you listed were pretty 'meh'. I really just don't remember them making an impression around that time until American Idiot came out in the early to mid 2000s and suddenly everyone was all over Green Day like they were legendary for some reason. But they were somewhat dormant from what I remember. I could be wrong.

    Sublime, I just don't like. I don't even really respect the musicianship either... sorry Sublime fans.

    The Fugees were great. Also might be worth mentioning Lauryn Hill's solo album.
  12. BigStar

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    Naw, Green Day was the premier band (last band to play the inner stage) in the big "HFS Fesitval" in DC/Baltimore in 1998. They were very big in the 90's. I didn't remember much about that day but do remember that ;)
  13. RastaRocket

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    As for Green Day, I just listed their albums released between 1995-2000 for "late 90's". I'm a big fan of both of those albums. Green Day became worse in the 2000's once American Idiot was released. Kerplunk and Dookie were awesome albums but those were released in 1992 and 1994 respectively. It's also worth mentioning the RHCP released Blood Sugar Sex Magik in 1991. I realize most of those albums are "hits", but they are not the pop garbage of the 90's like Smashmouth and some other things mentioned in this thread.
  14. Ntegrase96

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    I didn't mean 'hits' as in they were popular. I meant, they were 'hits' as in I like them. Green Day did get worse in the 2000s, but for some reason I think people flocked to them even more then. Like they were to be respected for being around more than 10 years because there weren't really many bands like that at the time (in the spotlight, at least)

    "American Idiot" (the single) is awful, noise. But it was their biggest hit to date.

    Anyway, don't get me wrong. There are a lot of songs that I like that I've probably forgotten, but what stands out are things like Alanis Morisette and Limp Bizkit doing it all for the nookie.
  15. RastaRocket

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    I don't even think American Idiot (song) is the biggest hit on the American Idiot album, let alone all time. I would say that goes to Boulevard of Broken Dreams (for the American Idiot album).
  16. Ntegrase96

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    Boulevard and September were bigger songs. But American Idiot was their biggest song up until that point, which is what I meant.

    Edi: They released that song first and led with that to launch the new album.
  17. RastaRocket

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    I disagree that American Idiot made them big though. They released their International Superhits album 3 years before American Idiot was released.
  18. RastaRocket

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    Worst is something along the lines of Backstreet Boys, N'Sync, Macarena, etc...
  19. CowboyStar88

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    Well I'm glad you knew it was an 80's I was 13 when it was released in the 90's
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    A good friend is married to AJ now.
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