Just a list of my favorite 90's emo/alternative bands (or at least bands
influenced by this genre).
|1||Jimmy Eat World|
The album speaks for itself, not a bad song on it.
|2||The Blacktop Cadence|
Chemistry For Changing Times
Raspy vocals, rough harmonies, pretty guitar parts, and catchy tunes. This band
has it all.
Very soothing songs with catchy guitar riffs at the same time. Each song sounds
different from the last.
You'd Prefer An Astronaut
Space rock at it's finest. Two really really catchy songs on it particularly: "Stars"
and "I Hate It Too".
This Conversation Is Ending
Very great album with simple melodies that go perfectly with the vocals.
The Power Of Falling
Gosh, can't even describe this album. You have to see for yourself.
|7||Sunny Day Real Estate|
Forgot to mention this band way up there at the top, but oh well. Catchy guitar,
drums, vocals, everything.
|8|| ||Sharks Keep Moving|
Old Minus The Bear pretty much, except way more emo less effects, which I
personally like as equally as MTB.
Amateurs And Professionals
Such a good album, with awesome clean guitar parts with a perfect amount of
great, raspy/"whiny" singing lol.
|10|| ||Audience of One|
Audience of One
Anthony Green's (Circa Survive) old band. Very catchy tunes with Anthony
Green's high pitch singing. Perfect combination.
Weird vocals with heavy (but melodic) guitar parts. Weird, but oddly accessible.
One song to look at: "Headacher".
This Afternoon's Malady
Girl vocals, guy harmonies, extremely pretty guitar parts. What more could you
|13||Joie de Vivre|
The North End
Don't hate me for this, I know it's not 90's, but it's one of the best emo-revival
albums I've ever heard. Perfectly depressing. This SHOULD be in the top 3 of my
|14||The Promise Ring|
30 Degrees Everywhere
I've listened to mainly "A Picture Postcard" by them, but that alone is worth
listing. Off-key singing, but it flows regardless.
|15|| ||Texas Is The Reason|
Very catchy/minimal guitar riffs. Definitely worth checking out.