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The 1990's
In this thread we reminisce about the 1990's.  Music, TV shows, movies, fads, etc.  Anything goes. 

Name a better rock album than this one right here....

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Or a better hip-hop album than this....

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#15 | 847 days ago
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#1 | 847 days ago
18packabs (+)

Pantera. cool
#2 | 847 days ago

(Edited by kobe_lova)
Awww.


Remember when...


and remember when Bruce Willis was dead! OMG.

(and I love this thread already. I shall be here all day)
#3 | 847 days ago

18packabs wrote:
Pantera. cool
What breed of snake is that? 
#4 | 847 days ago
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18packabs wrote:
Pantera. cool
It ain't a WHITESNAKE.....LOL
#5 | 847 days ago

kobe_lova wrote:
Awww.


Remember when...


and remember when Bruce Willis was dead! OMG.

(and I love this thread already. I shall be here all day)
Dear Mama.....seeing Pac reminds me of this movie and soundtrack.



My favorite track was # 4......the chorus.

I was at the park one day, that's when I saw her face
She looked kind of cavi to me
But when I take her home, and tap that a*s I'm gone
I'm just a dog don't blame me
#6 | 847 days ago

REM~Losing My Religion (91)
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#7 | 847 days ago

18packabs wrote:
It ain't a WHITESNAKE.....LOL
Meant to give you a funny there....great band....but "Here you Go Again" bringing up the 80's.  cool
#8 | 847 days ago
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(Edited by Nick__)
Well, the Counting Crows were definitely a great band back in the day, but, I can list at least 5 albums that I think were better than that one.




as for Hip Hop, the only album and band that comes to mind is



The 90's also exposed the world to thee greatest basketball player of all times!!




and 6 NBA Titles to the city of Chicago!!  yes
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#9 | 847 days ago

Nickelodeon was still showing real programs!
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#10 | 847 days ago
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#11 | 847 days ago

Nick, I see your albums and raise you...



#12 | 847 days ago

(Edited by kteacher)
  

  
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#13 | 847 days ago

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#14 | 847 days ago



Don't forget these....
#15 | 847 days ago
John_Daly (+)

1999-



#16 | 847 days ago
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jswol54 wrote:
Nick, I see your albums and raise you...



not sure if those are better, but, ok, I'm game!



    
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#17 | 847 days ago

beerstudk wrote:


Don't forget these....
Wu Tang is my sh*t....SFO 2009.


#18 | 847 days ago

Name a better move than this....

#19 | 847 days ago

jswol54 wrote:
Name a better move than this....

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#22 | 847 days ago

The_Real_Stoney wrote:
#23 | 847 days ago

kteacher wrote:
  
They (RATM) were at the same concert as above (Wu Tang).

#24 | 847 days ago

  
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#25 | 847 days ago
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jswol54 wrote:
Name a better move than this....

That's gonna be tough to beat, but, here are 2 that I think are just as good



  
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#26 | 847 days ago

File:Iron Maiden - Fear Of The Dark.jpg

sorry no rap for me, not my taste in music.

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#27 | 847 days ago

#28 | 847 days ago

(Edited by derms33)
davonthedl wrote:

File:Iron Maiden - Fear Of The Dark.jpg

sorry no rap for me, not my taste in music.

that Metallica Black cd is one of the greatest ever...not sure if I'd put Iron MAiden and Rush with it but nonetheless
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#29 | 847 days ago

(Edited by Lobotomy Jones)




I can't believe no one posted either of these yet.
#30 | 847 days ago

'Member when Joey chose the wrong person?

#31 | 847 days ago

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#32 | 847 days ago

Lobotomy Jones wrote:




I can't believe no one posted either of these yet.
Nirvana was posted early
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#33 | 847 days ago

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#34 | 847 days ago

(Edited by ms_hippie_queen)
august and everything after was my first album ever. i remember putting it into my boombox that had incense cone melt-holes burned into the top of it before i had a chance to lose the remote. i remember my favorite part of the 1996 olympics was wailing the theme song that year, "reach" by gloria estefan with my best friend amie. i also liked bonnie blair and the little gymnast who stuck the landing with a broken ankle. i spent three summers in a row camping in the ozarks with friends, learning important things like how to drive a four wheeler and how to tease boys. throughout the 90's, i had two pet iguanas (woody allen and michigan j. lizard, mitch for short) and one snake (bill) whose untimely death came from starvation because i couldn't bring myself to let him eat the feeder fish. i learned to struggle through a conversation with a native in both french and german in the 90's. i played probably over 100 hours of egyptian rat screw. i learned how to play the french horn and descended the social ladder through the 90's. my memorable crushes were david ray and adam bourns. i can still smell the glitter gel. i remember dinner one night when my dad was actually serious for once and he said "you remember today forever," and he explained the dissolution of the soviet union to me and my sisters. i remember when my parents seemed to like each other. i brought my ninja turtles action figures to christy ward's house on wednesday, because i had all four, but she had the pizza thrower. i remember spending at least a month in the computer lab during 6th-ish grade history class, because the teacher felt like the oregon trail game was better than learning from the text. and i remember the "orb." it was a spinning light the threw colored dots all over the walls. my first time getting ess-tea-oh-enn-eee-dee involved that and "under the table and dreaming..."

haha, wow...i didn't think i could remember much, but i guess i do.

oh my god. i had a pog collection. my slammer had this picture on it:


i remember my pink la gear hightops, and still wanting to go on a nickelodeon show to win another pair as a consolation prize, cause there was no way in hell my chubby ass would have ever gotten to the top of the agrocrag. the first episode i ever saw of seinfeld was the last episode of the show. my hot soccer coach / speech teacher made us watch his tape of it in class because he couldn't watch it the night before.
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#36 | 847 days ago

derms33 wrote:
Nirvana was posted early
You're right. Now that I look closer I see it in Nick's post.
#37 | 847 days ago

(Edited by richard_cranium)
Am I the only one that wonders this? If Left Eye hadn't been chasin' waterfalls would she still be alive?

What was the last thing to go through Kurt Cobain's brain? His teeth!
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#38 | 847 days ago
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derms33 wrote:
Nirvana was posted early
so was Metallica's black album  smiley
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#39 | 847 days ago
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richard_cranium wrote:
Am I the only one that wonders this? If Left Eye hadn't been chasin' waterfalls would she still be alive?

What was the last thing to go through Kurt Cobain's brain? His teeth!
10 yrs ago today!  

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#40 | 847 days ago
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Also ....



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#41 | 847 days ago

Sharp Square wrote:

Also ....



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Underrated mob flick imo....

#42 | 847 days ago
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Be safe, big man!

Thank god, Johnny isn't driving! 
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#43 | 847 days ago

If you get tired, stop and get a cup of ice.  Chewing ice helps keep you awake at the wheel.  Safe travels bro!   
#44 | 847 days ago

Do you really want this deleted?
#45 | 847 days ago

Who remembers doing this in school? 

  Pencil Pop  
 
A competition where 2 people take turns taking hits on each others pencils in an effort to break them. 1st person to break the other one's pencil in half wins. The defender holds pencil between thumb and 1st finger of both hands like a karate board. The attacker holds their pencils (eraser end) with thumb and 1st finger of one hand, and the thumb and middle finger of the other hand on the (writing end). The thumb should be slid further up on the pencil to push down, this generates the downward swing force to break your opponent's pencil. (Snap your fingers and while holding that position after the snap make a pencil touch your middle finger and bottom of thumb with the thumb pressing down make the pencil snap forward)
#46 | 847 days ago

jswol54 wrote:
Who remembers doing this in school? 

  Pencil Pop  
 
A competition where 2 people take turns taking hits on each others pencils in an effort to break them. 1st person to break the other one's pencil in half wins. The defender holds pencil between thumb and 1st finger of both hands like a karate board. The attacker holds their pencils (eraser end) with thumb and 1st finger of one hand, and the thumb and middle finger of the other hand on the (writing end). The thumb should be slid further up on the pencil to push down, this generates the downward swing force to break your opponent's pencil. (Snap your fingers and while holding that position after the snap make a pencil touch your middle finger and bottom of thumb with the thumb pressing down make the pencil snap forward)
No, we used to use rubber bands and fling staples at people....
#47 | 847 days ago

kobe_lova wrote:
'Member when Joey chose the wrong person?

#48 | 847 days ago

jswol54 wrote:
Who remembers doing this in school? 

  Pencil Pop  
 
A competition where 2 people take turns taking hits on each others pencils in an effort to break them. 1st person to break the other one's pencil in half wins. The defender holds pencil between thumb and 1st finger of both hands like a karate board. The attacker holds their pencils (eraser end) with thumb and 1st finger of one hand, and the thumb and middle finger of the other hand on the (writing end). The thumb should be slid further up on the pencil to push down, this generates the downward swing force to break your opponent's pencil. (Snap your fingers and while holding that position after the snap make a pencil touch your middle finger and bottom of thumb with the thumb pressing down make the pencil snap forward)
#49 | 847 days ago

Jason_ wrote:
Speaking of bada*s tees from 90's....remember Stussy tees? 

#50 | 847 days ago

(Edited by Jess)
I concur - August and Everything After was is fantastic. However, since I'm huge 90's music fan, I have a few that would rank right up there, this being one of them:


I will be back when I have more time. I'm gonna need a lot of it.
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#51 | 847 days ago

jswol54 wrote:
Speaking of bada*s tees from 90's....remember Stussy tees? 

That shirt needs these jeans to complete it...

#52 | 847 days ago

Jess wrote:
I concur - August and Everything After was is fantastic. However, since I'm huge 90's music fan, I have a few that would rank right up there, this being one of them:


I will be back when I have more time. I'm gonna need a lot of it.
VERY good album.  Comedown and Machinehead were my jams.

Another great album....



and...

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#54 | 847 days ago
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Some of, who was considered, the Sexiest women of the 90's

Carmen Electra, Pamela Anderson, Kathy Ireland, Tiffany Amber Thiesen, Elle MacPherson, Jenny McCarthy, Shania Twain & Shannen Doherty

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#55 | 847 days ago

ms_hippie_queen wrote:
Crack in a can! I bought one every morning with a bag of flaming hot cheetos. Omg.
#56 | 847 days ago


Like whoa.
#57 | 847 days ago

I think the 90's were really the "Golden Age" of motion pictures. I know we've covered this before, but just check out all these movies that came out in that decade. (Scroll down on left hand side for complete list after year by year stuff.) There is NO other 10 year period that stacks up. Just phenomenal. Compare last year's Oscars to the films of '99, a 'down' year in the decade. Yeesh.  My case is that '90's films compare to say '60's music and present TV as far as memorable decades go. 
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#58 | 847 days ago

please tell me someone else remembers this
#59 | 847 days ago

my first hickey was from one of these
Oh yeah! … these things!I’m not even gonna bother explaining how they work. You’d know if you were a kid in the 90s :D

and it was in the center of my forehead.
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#61 | 847 days ago

marcus_nyce wrote:
I think the 90's were really the "Golden Age" of motion pictures. I know we've covered this before, but just check out all these movies that came out in that decade. (Scroll down on left hand side for complete list after year by year stuff.) There is NO other 10 year period that stacks up. Just phenomenal. Compare last year's Oscars to the films of '99, a 'down' year in the decade. Yeesh.  My case is that '90's films compare to say '60's music and present TV as far as memorable decades go. 
How great is that site? My want list expanded to well over 2300 after going through there for a while.. And I still haven't got to a few decades.

Gems of note in the 90s that NOBODY talks about: Chungking Express, Fallen Angels, The Three Colors Movies (Red, White and Blue), Short Cuts, The Grifters,
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#63 | 847 days ago

The_Real_Stoney wrote:
How great is that site? My want list expanded to well over 2300 after going through there for a while.. And I still haven't got to a few decades.

Gems of note in the 90s that NOBODY talks about: Chungking Express, Fallen Angels, The Three Colors Movies (Red, White and Blue), Short Cuts, The Grifters,
It's on blogspot too. It could give bigger, heavier traffic, 'pro' sites a run for their money. Agreed on Fallen Angels. Hong Kong cinema was off the charts in the 90's.
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#64 | 847 days ago

marcus_nyce wrote:
It's on blogspot too. It could give bigger, heavier traffic, 'pro' sites a run for their money. Agreed on Fallen Angels. Hong Kong cinema was off the charts in the 90's.
Hong Kong, Korea and Brazil.. All they do is rollout unreal TRUE action movies
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#66 | 847 days ago

Other than some of the music and movies, the 90's are really a blur for me. People are posting things that were allegedly popular that I have never heard of or seen before in my life.

Here's what I remember about the 90's: Hardcore drug use.
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#68 | 847 days ago

jswol54 wrote:


I do remember the Ken Griffey Jr. rookie card.

I have it.

It's from 1989.
#69 | 847 days ago

Jason_ wrote:
This was probably posted in jest, but it made me think. I wasn't necessarily a "kid" in the 90's - late teens, early 20's - and it was probably the worst decade for me in terms of what was going on in my life. Maybe that's why I lost myself in music, movies, and video games in that decade. Rather than enjoying the nostalgia those things might bring, I think I love them because they were an escape for me. I definitely don't miss my life and what was going on in that respect from the decade, but I sure do miss the entertainment from that time. What am I saying... I still listen to the music and watch the movies frequently to come out of the 90's, and even pull out the SNES occasionally. This was actually taken just last week:

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#72 | 847 days ago

Jess wrote:
This was probably posted in jest, but it made me think. I wasn't necessarily a "kid" in the 90's - late teens, early 20's - and it was probably the worst decade for me in terms of what was going on in my life. Maybe that's why I lost myself in music, movies, and video games in that decade. Rather than enjoying the nostalgia those things might bring, I think I love them because they were an escape for me. I definitely don't miss my life and what was going on in that respect from the decade, but I sure do miss the entertainment from that time. What am I saying... I still listen to the music and watch the movies frequently to come out of the 90's, and even pull out the SNES occasionally. This was actually taken just last week:

Well a kid in terms of i was 12 when 1990 rolled around.   I wasnt in diapers or biting ankles in the 90s but i never considered myself a child of the 80s either.  I was too young in the 80s to really consider those fads, movies, and music my own.  When youre a kid in the single digits you're really still handcuffed by your parents  in terms of what they make you do and like.  Do i remember the 80's hair bands, Lauper, Madonna, the original Nintendo, tight rolled jeans, Swatches, etc...yes.  But that really wasnt MY choice.  It was just there
#73 | 847 days ago

Jason_ wrote:
Well a kid in terms of i was 12 when 1990 rolled around.   I wasnt in diapers or biting ankles in the 90s but i never considered myself a child of the 80s either.  I was too young in the 80s to really consider those fads, movies, and music my own.  When youre a kid in the single digits you're really still handcuffed by your parents  in terms of what they make you do and like.  Do i remember the 80's hair bands, Lauper, Madonna, the original Nintendo, tight rolled jeans, Swatches, etc...yes.  But that really wasnt MY choice.  It was just there
I never claimed the 80's either but I suppose I was technically an "80's" child - I was a teen by the time they were over, but I never got into the music really or anything else about them. I was too busy with my nose in a book to care what else was going on except maybe the cartoons. I didn't start paying much attention to pop culture, "style", etc until they were pretty much over and we were cruising into the 90's. 
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#74 | 847 days ago
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kobe_lova wrote:
Crack in a can! I bought one every morning with a bag of flaming hot cheetos. Omg.



wit some hot toothpick's (cinnamon toothpicks to non country folk)  enlightened
#75 | 845 days ago

Even college age kids had these in their dorms.
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