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The 90's Thread!


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You know this shit still gets your hips rocking. In my opinion, R and B was the dominating genre of the decade.

Boyz to Men
Babyface
Maxwell
Brian Mcknight
Silk
IMX
Dru Hill
Toni Braxton
Janet Jackson
Blackstreet
Di ngelo
The Fugees
Aaliyah
TLC

......................can ramble on

but this thread isnt strictly for RandB

no no no it is not!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Throw me all your 90's jams-any genre...TV, Movies,Commercials...whatever!!!!!

Only 90's slang is allowed here....anything is is wiggity wack, yo!!

PHRESH!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!


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Vh1 already beat you to this except they called it "I Love the 90's"

Thanks for playing :wink:

(PS - Saved by the Bell is the quintessential 90's show followed by Beverly Hills 90210)


#5

The 90's started with Nirvana and then thinks went down from there...cannot tell you who was big at the end of the decade, nothing left a big impression.


#6

I can ... Limp Bizkit :frowning:

Yea shit went down hill quick


#7

yeah, forgot about them...which says a lot...we did get Kid Rock in the late 90's, that first album was damn good.

The 90's brought us the growth of the Internet to what it is now..Porn of every species and flavor, just a click away


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I remember chicks in baggy ugly non-ass hugging jeans...dark period in history for sure.

I also remember sporting a mullet...a dark period in history for sure.


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I will confess I had a mullet around 91-92...please forgive me for my crimes


#15

awwww, reliving my youth! :slight_smile:


#16

Mullets were 90s?

I recall 80's... when I had one in '82.


#17

Turn it up!!


#18

in response to Metallica - Enter Sandman ... 90's to mid 2000's was a dark dark time in Metallica's lives


#19

the mullet I am afraid has become timeless. I see them more and more these days, male and female.


#20

80's in the states, 90's in Canadia