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10 Favorite Albums Of The 90's

My 10 favorite 90's albums both as i was growing up as a teenager, and now
10Rage Against the Machine
Rage Against the Machine


Angry, powerful, and politically charged, Rage Against the Machine's debut album sees the sweet of rapped lyrics, awesome riffs, and some inventive guitar work from Tom Morello.
9Red Hot Chili Peppers
Californication


After some time in rehab, a drug free Frusciante returned to the chili peppers to take them in a new direction. Californication saw a melodic focus combined with less rap and more singing: a huge departure from the ever so funky Blood Sugar Sex Magik, although it wasn't a bad thing.
8U2
Achtung Baby


In my eyes, this is U2's magnum opus, not The Joshua Tree. A collection of great songs, with, of course, the mega hit, "One"
7Muse
Showbiz


I don't see why this album gets a lot of flak from Muse fans; in my opinion, it didn't really get much better than this. The first two tracks are awesome, and it stays consistently great throughout.
6Radiohead
The Bends


While Pablo Honey was a perfectly decent alt rock album, The Bends just completely blows it away with some stadium sized riffs, personalized lyrics and everyone's favorite girly falsetto from Thom Yorke.
5Nirvana
Nevermind


Despite the fact that this album is absolutely overpraised, and hated for being overpraised, I can't deny that I still love it. I don't think it's the quintessential album like it's often made out to be, but that doesn't mean it's not a really great album, because it is.
4The Smashing Pumpkins
Siamese Dream


Corgan, with his unconventional songwriting, manages to launch the pumpkins into alt rock stardom with the guitar driven Siamese Dream; look no further than the ambitious "Disarm", the complex "Geek USA" and the lush guitar riffs behind "Quiet", among others for justification of this.
3Red Hot Chili Peppers
Blood Sugar Sex Magik


I've played this album an obscene amount of times, and it somehow always seems to be fresh. Flea's funky bass playing and Frusciante's precise guitar work in this album broke down a lot of walls, considering the music being made during the time.
2Pearl Jam
Ten


As the album that introduced me to grunge, Ten holds a lot of nostalgic value for me, but it wouldn't be so high if it weren't also an outstanding album, which it certainly is.
1Radiohead
OK Computer


While this album receives a ridiculous amount of praise, it deserves every bit of it. Something extraordinary, really
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