Your Top Ten Albums of the 1990s? Watch

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Better than Issues? :eek:
Yes!!! Much better!!! Most people would probably say "FOLLOW THE LEADER OVER KORN?!?!?"

EVERY SINGLE track on Follow The Leader is just stunning! I believe it represents Korn at their prime.
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lolz yeah. They are both really strong albums but Spiceworld is just...perfect!!! <3
I think I prefer Spice because it came first, and I've had more time to love it... if that makes sense. Spiceworld is fantastic throughout but so is Spice. :p:
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Yes!!! Much better!!! Most people would probably say "FOLLOW THE LEADER OVER KORN?!?!?"

EVERY SINGLE track on Follow The Leader is just stunning! I believe it represents Korn at their prime.
Yeah, a lot of people think Korn was their best album but I think that it sounded a mess at some points. :p:

I didn't really get into Follow The Leader. There are a few really strong tracks on there but the others sound like filler to me. On Issues it's just one good track after another... even the in-between short tracks are fantastic.
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Wrong and controversial aren't the same thing.

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LOL, bring it b*tch!
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Yeah I already brung it and you got owned.

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Ok. Off the top of my head, my top 10 of the 90's looks something like this:

1. Queens of the Stone Age - Queens of the Stone Age (1998)
Avon

2. Masters of Reality - Sunrise on the Sufferbus (1993)
Gimme Water

3. Screaming Trees - Dust (1996)
Gospel Plow

4. Kyuss - Welcome To Sky Valley (1994)
Gardenia

5. Desert Sessions I & II (1998)
Johnny the Boy

6. PJ Harvey - Rid Of Me (1993)
Yuri-G

7. Nine Inch Nails - Broken (1992)
Suck
- And I know it's an EP rather than a full length album, but it's going on the list anyways.

8. Soundgarden - Badmotorfinger (1991)
Slaves & Bulldozers
- I wanted to choose Louder Than Love, but that was released in '89

9. Temple of the Dog - Temple of the Dog (1991)
Wooden Jesus

10. Marilyn Manson - Portrait Of An American Family (1994)
Misery Machine
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Pearl Jam - Ten (1993)
Black

Nirvana - Nevermind (1994)
Come As You Are

Screaming Trees - Dust (1996)
Sworn and Broken

Rage Against The Machine - Rage Against The Machine (1994)
Bombtrack

3 Doors Down - The Better Life (1999)
Smack

Candlebox - Candlebox (1993)
Far Behind

Soundgarden - Superunknown (1994)
4th Of July

Foo Fighters - The Colour and the Shape (1997)
Hey, Johnny Park!


Green Day - Nimrod (1997)
Good Riddance (Time Of Your Life)


The Flaming Lips - The Soft Bulletin (1999)
The Spark That Bled


Was desperate to get Linkin Park in there, but was found out it was released in 2000, not 1999 like I thought
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Linkin Park's Hybrid Theory was 2000, I believe.
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Cool, cool.

Nice to see Rage Against The Machine's debut in there.
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Hybrid Theory... such an excellent album from them, then they kinda messed it all up with "Re-animation" which is still good.. but not as good as HT....
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1. cap n jazz - analphabetapolothology (or 'burrito point...' if discogs aren't allowed.)
2. kid dynamite - s/t
3. hot water music - forever and counting
4. alkaline trio - goddamnit/various ep's
5. against me! - vivada vis!
6. american nightmare - various ep's, collected as 'year one', but not in the 90's.
7. converge - petitioning the empty sky
8. hot water music - no division
9. Jay Z - reasonable doubt
10. lifetime - hello *******s

that was quite hard...i don't listen to a lot of stuff from the 90's...plus it depends what sort of mood i'm in, fugazi's '13 songs', embrace and indian summer might have made it in otherwise...
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