I assume you meant to reply to the Music thread?
Right now I am listening to Beverly Hills by Weezer
What are you listening to?
I hate to post this music video but. COME ON!
Don’t we have this?
So I feel like I didn't make the point of this topic clear enough originally, so I am editing this to be a little more clear: I want to build a list of songs that distinctly - almost to the point of stereotypifying - defined the common sounds heard in the 90s and early 2000's (early aughts) These would be chart toppers of that era among any other bands you think have built their sound strictly upon that era. I'm not limiting this by genre; so we can have our Grunge with Hip Hop and early days House, so long as they are all very distinct with that 90s feel. I realize "distinct 90s sound" is a vague and somewhat subjective opinion. So for an example, I would not consider "Massive Attack" distinctly 90s, even though they got their start in the 90s because their style is uniquely their own and therefore does not typify the common tonality that was predominantly present in any genre of the 90s. I am making a change to the bands section. Bands listed are bands that really only had their peak in the 90s/early aughts and ultimately disappeared there after. This will keep the list cleaner. BANDS: Alice In Chains (1987-2002) Backstreet Boys (1993-2000/Present) Britney Spears (1998-2005/Present) Cranberries (1989-2003) Culture Beat (1989-2001/Present) Nirvana (1987-1994) NSYNC (1995-2002) Pearl Jam (1990-Present) Soundgarden (1984-1997)
songs sorted by domain *read below to understand "domain" SONGS: Electronic: "No Limit" - 2Unlimited "Days Go By" - Dirty Vegas "Personal Jesus" - Depeche Mode "What is Love" - Haddaway "You Make Me Feel Alright" - Amadin "Mr. Vain" - Culture Beat "Hymn" - Moby "Porcelain" - Moby "Crucified" - Army of Lovers "Last Train to Trancentral" - The KLF "Power of American Natives" - Dance 2 Trance "Right In The Night" - Jam & Spoon "Out of the Blue" - System F "For an Angel" - Paul van Dyk "Delerium" - Silence
or maybe it's Tiesto or Paul Okenfold, I have conflicting sources "Blue" - Eiffel 65 "Scatman" - Scatman John "Everybody's Free" - Rozalla "…
Or is it strictly for the year 1999
I couldn’t resist.
Dodges thrown fruits and vegetables
NOT THIS SONG AGAIN! Oh god this song was a cancer for like 6 years.
I won’t post any new metal LOL.
All the music was really good coming out in 1999. It’s sad that hardcore rap and hiphop started to actually decline after that. Pink Eminem DMX and Missy Elliot were probably some of the best hip op artist at the end of the century. Oh yeah and TLC. Actually too many to count. From every genre. Yes even Britney spears with hit me baby one more time. That song was catchy.
What a time LOL…but I don’t want to take anything away from EDM and the world of Metal. Each Genre has peaks and valleys and hip-hop is in a valley right now. What you guys think?
It’s been their so long I was at it’s funeral.