"Tonight Feels Like the 90's" Mix


21. Jul. 2007, 17:24

1990 - 1999.

The decade which, for some, ushered the way to more and more dismal excuses for music, but not for me. Being a child of this decade, it was the stretch where I would discover music, albeit being both good and bad, a passion that will stick with me up to this day. A homage to the past decade, made into a mix:

1. Radiohead - Black Star (The Bends, 1995)

2. Eraserheads - Huwag Mo Nang Itanong (Cutterpillow, 1995)

3. Neutral Milk Hotel - Two-Headed Boy Pt. Two (In The Aeroplane Over The Sea, 1998)

4. Jeff Buckley - Last Goodbye (Grace, 1994)

5. Elliott Smith - Bled White (XO, 1998)

6. Weezer - Across the Sea (Pinkerton, 1996)

7. Nirvana - In Bloom (Nevermind, 1991)

8. Slowdive - Alison (Souvlaki, 1993)

9. Pavement - Gold Soundz (Crooked Rain, Crooked Rain, 1994)

10. My Bloody Valentine - Only Shallow (Loveless, 1991)

11. Manic Street Preachers - This Is Yesterday (The Holy Bible, 1994)

12. Incubus - I Miss You (Make Yourself, 1999)

13. Jawbreaker - Accident Prone (Dear You, 1995)

14. Saves The Day - Rocks Tonic Juice Magic ( Through Being Cool, 1999)

That's it, thanks for reading.


  • Killing_Dawn

    Erm being a whole whopping five years your senior... Yes, it's sarcastic, but makes a notable difference... I lived my childhood pretty much right through the nineties (interestingly enough I turned 18 in the year 2000) So, I have an almost completely conscious memory of the happenings & what was going on around me... Your little mix isn't bad, however, it's not quite how I would've done it I'd leave Radiohead, Weezer, Nirvana, & maybe Incubus... I'd substitute with Green Day, Pearl Jam, Red Hot Chilli Peppers, The Cranberries, The Smashing Pumpkins, Bush, Garbage, No Doubt, The Offspring, Oasis, Gin Blossoms, Stone Temple Pilots, Tool, Live, R.E.M, Counting Crows, Hole, Placebo, EverClear, Soul Asylum, Goo Goo Dolls, Eve 6, Bon Jovi, Third Eye Blind, MatchBox 20... and, shoot my list is way too long by now...

    23. Jul. 2007, 11:27
  • luishernando

    Uh, thanks I guess. But this one's a mix of the songs from the 90's that I deemed as great and influential (to me and my present musical at least, although I wouldn't rule out a thousand other people sharing the same sentiment). A lot of people know most of these bands you listed and the unbelievably prevalent scenes they were a part of, but they didn't quite put a dent on me like the songs I listed above. This list provides a preview of how the 90's were important to me. I could make an all-90's shoegazer mix and it wouldn't matter if Oasis weren't included, it would be correct, if that;s how I want to remember the 90's by. There's no real lone objective musical path that occurred, you just highlighted the prevalent musical acts. So pardon my 'little' mix for being a little misguided. Rest assured, my 'five-years junior' heart will always have a place for grunge, britpop and a little Gin Blossoms. :P

    23. Jul. 2007, 15:18
  • ZimZum1290

    I was pretty little in the '90s (born in December 1990). I wish I remembered more of when this great music first came out instead of mostly the crappy Britney Spears/boy band stuff. :( I'll never forget seeing so many teenagers in flannel, though.

    3. Aug. 2007, 19:29
  • fakehand

    Agreed, born in 1988 and my recollection of 90s music includes Ace of Base, Aqua, Third Eye Blind, Matchbox Twenty, Eminem, Sugar Ray, and of course Hanson & the boy bands. I do, however, remember my friend's older brother had a Smashing Pumpkins poster of Tonight Tonight on his wall. I figured it was some scary shit.

    4. Aug. 2007, 20:17
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