Discussion in 'Off-Topic' started by Kyriakos, Dec 10, 2020.
"We're in this together and ever"
It takes more than intellect to be a musician. Put your soul into it a little, ok?
(which, btw, is a quote from a rather cool movie)
They had one album, then turned to trash
Here's another good one ^_^
I'm getting too old to check the whole thread to see if this has been posted yet, but even if it has then yeah lets post it again cuz it was a pretty stoopid hit, but man is it catchy!
back to 90s
More good '90s music:
Soul Coughing - Ruby Vroom - "Blue-Eyed Devil"
Paris - The Devil Made Me Do It - "Scarface Groove"
And one '90s gargantuan mega-hit that I can't stand: The Spice Girls - "Wannabe"
Wannabe is definitely a candidate for the title.
Dee-Lite's Groove is in the Heart - another one of those stupid but catchy tunes (and man could Lady Miss Kier dance!):
I liked Dee-Lite. I was about to say that World Clique was from '89, but no, it was 1990. Glad I checked.
Here's another song that I still like: The Prodigy's remix of Method Man's "Release Yo'delf" (1994)
Not sure if it's been posted already, here's my pick.
Most discoordinated thing I have ever seen.
Technically 90s too:
I'm kinda amazed that we made it this far into the thread without anyone posting anything from the Spice Girls until now.
Although admittedly I made a conscious choice not to post that ******* stupid song myself, on principle: I really ******* hate it.
Gee thanks, Egon...
Can't forget such songs:
Beware what stalks you in the night.
Gothy gothica gothique
These two belong on any goth playlist, imo: "Monsters" by The Cruxshadows, from Telemetry of a Fallen Angel (1995) and "Jasmine and Rose" by Clan of Xymox, from Creatures (1999)
Also: Coil - Love's Secret Domain (1991); Switchblade Symphony - Serpentine Gallery (1995); Lycia - The Burning Circle and Then Dust (1995); and Type O Negative - Bloody Kisses (1993).
I owned that one album, "Frogstomp" in college. Israel's Son was my jam.
A prescient little number from Australia.
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