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My Favorite Albums Of The '90s

Growing up in the '90s was awesome.
15Porcupine Tree
Stupid Dream


I loved 8th grade, this was pretty much why. Blasting this in the car on the way to school brings back so many awesome memories.
14Nirvana
In Utero


Heavier, sludgier and definitely BETTER than Nevermind. A true work of art.
13Nas
Illmatic


While most rappers bragged about how much money or bitches they had, Nas sat back and reflected on his life, and it turned him into a music superstar.
12Red Hot Chili Peppers
Blood Sugar Sex Magik


Funkier than their new releases, and more polished than their previous works. The perfect mix of funk and rock.
11Radiohead
The Bends


The album that catapulted everyone's favorite electronic-alt-rock band into stardom.
10Opeth
Still Life


My favorite death-metal album, and with reason.
9System of a Down
System of a Down


This album has absolutely no filler. It's just 40 minutes of pure rage and that's what gets it into the top 10.
8Pearl Jam
Vs.


Pearl Jam was the grunge band that could, sending out 3 great albums in a row as opposed to only 1 or 2. This is by far their best work.
7Alice in Chains
Jar of Flies


It can be graceful and majestic, or downright fucking scary. Kind of like a fly, in a sense.
6The Notorious B.I.G.
Ready to Die


Biggie's amazing sense of rhythm and rhyme goes well with his east coast hip hop attitude. That movie about him sucked, though.
5Nine Inch Nails
The Downward Spiral


Epic, frightening, extremely profane, and never lets up. Could it get any better?
4 Beck
Odelay


My first foray into a new type of music, and I was hooked from the start.
3Smashing Pumpkins
Mellon Collie and the Infinite Sadness


I've got a weakness for double albums.
2Radiohead
OK Computer


Radiohead's crowning achievement. A musical experience like this can only be felt here.
1Tool
Aenima


This is the album that changed my perspective on music. I realized music was ours to change, we could do anything we wanted with it, whether it was 10 minutes of charging metal or 60-second goofy keyboard transition.
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