The Early 90’s – an exciting time in music

When people get nostalgic about music, they love talking about the pure carefree pop of the 50’s or the experimental psychedelic rock of the 60’s. While I do enjoy a lot of music from those eras, nothing beats the early 90’s for me. It was the start of my teenage years, the growing-up years. We got satellite television in 1991 and I was suddenly exposed to a ton of interesting music videos on MTV, back when it was still music television! So here’s a list of some of my favourite albums from the early 90’s…

1991:

U2 – Achtung Baby

Tori Amos – Little Earthquakes

R. E. M. – Out Of Time

Guns n’ Roses – Use Your Illusion I & II

Michael Jackson – Dangerous

Pearl Jam – Ten

Soundgarden – Badmotorfinger

Nirvana – Nevermind

Metallica – The Black Album

 

1992:

R. E. M. – Automatic For The People

Annie Lennox – Diva

Deep Forest – Deep Forest

Alice In Chains – Dirt

Bon Jovi – Keep The Faith

 

1993:

Smashing Pumpkins – Siamese Dream

U2 – Zooropa

Depeche Mode – Songs Of Faith And Devotion

Enigma – The Cross Of Changes

 

1994:

Alice In Chains – Jar Of Flies

Soundgarden – Superunknown

Tori Amos – Under The Pink

Live – Throwing Copper

Oasis – Definitely Maybe

Pink Floyd – The Division Bell

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Posted on September 2, 2012, in Music and tagged , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. 2 Comments.

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