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1994 > You

1994 Had it all. Britpop was at its height with the infamous Blur and Oasis 'feud', while the Manics let rip one of the best British Rock N' Roll Albums since forever. Meanwhile, the Black Metal scene had Burzum and Emperor releasing the two albums that pretty much defined the genre and would pave the way for most modern BM. Pop-punk fared no worse, with Greenday and NOFX also putting out massive albums, while Grunge went to town with Alice in Chains and the Stone Temple Pilots putting out some of the biggest releases in the genre outside of Nirvana. And that isn't all of them either... 1994, I salute you.
1Manic Street Preachers
The Holy Bible
2Oasis
Definitely Maybe
3Blur
Parklife
4Emperor
In the Nightside Eclipse
5Burzum
Hvis Lyset Tar Oss
6NOFX
Punk In Drublic
7Green Day
Dookie
8Alice In Chains
Jar Of Flies
9Stone Temple Pilots
Purple
10Jeff Buckley
Grace
11Nine Inch Nails
The Downward Spiral
12Nas
Illmatic
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