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What are your top ten favorite albums from the 90s?

    By: Rob
    • 10. Ryde or Die Vol. 1 by Ruff Ryders
    • 9. Nirvana by Nevermind
    • 8. Foo Fighters by The Colour and the Shape
    • 7. So Much for the Afterglow by Everclear
    • 6. Mellon Collie and the Infinite Sadness by Smashing Pumpkins
    • 5. 2pac's Greatest Hits by 2pac
      Both CD 1 & 2 of his Greatest Hits are awesome
    • 4. Kid Rock by Devil Without a Cause
    • 3. Sublime by Sublime
    • 2. Rage Against the Machine by Rage Against the Machine
    • 1. Enema of the State by Blink 182

    Honorable Mention:Third Eye Blind-Third Eye Blind,Beck-Odelay,Oasis-What's the Story (Morning Glory)?,311-311,Greenday-Dookie
    By: Ryan Hoover
    • 10. Makivelli by Tupac
    • 9. E-40 by Hall of Game
    • 8. Doggstyle by Snoop Doggy Dog
    • 7. Greatest Hits by Tupac
    • 6. B-Legit by Hemp Museum
    • 5. Celly Cel by Killa Kila
    • 4. E-40 by Element of Suprise
    • 3. The Chronic 2001 by Dr. Dre
    • 2. The Chronic by Dr. Dre
    • 1. All Eyes On Me by Tupac

    Just listen to the cds and you'll understand!
    By: Ash
    • 10. jagged little pill by alanis morisette
      a simply gorgeous album
    • 9. everything must go by manic street preachers
      musically and lyrically excellent!!!
    • 8. spit by kittie
      how many times have i listened to this album??? if i got a pound for every time i listened to it i would be a millionaire by now!!
    • 7. celebrity skin by hole
      reasons to be beautiful is one of the best songs aver and this album rules!
    • 6. generation terroists by manic street preachers
      brilliant rebellion punk rock
    • 5. dookie by green day
    • 4. nevermind by nirvana
      one of the first albums i ever heard. still rocks after hearing it 10000 times
    • 3. blood sugar sex magic by red hot chili peppers
      amazing abum by an amazing band.
    • 2. ok computer by radiohead
      amazing. a work of sheer genius.
    • 1. Holy Bible by Manic Street Preachers
      dark, deep, suicidal...wow! really shows richey's lyrical talent

    the 90s was a fab decade for music. lets hope that this decade proves to be the same!!
    By: Ben
    • 10. Dave Matthews Band by Crash
      A great mellow album. "Crash into Me" is the greatest horny song of all time. Fun to listen to.
    • 9. Human Clay by Creed
      A newer band that has yet to stand the test of time. Pretty much every song is catchy.
    • 8. Siamese Dream by The Smashing Pumpkins
      Definitely a classic. Another album great to listen to the entire way through.
    • 7. Nevermind by Nirvana
      The album that started it all in the 90s. It changed the face of rock for the better.
    • 6. Live On by The Kenny Wayne Shepherd Band
      This is a great album, every track is awesome, especially "In 2 Deep" and "Last Goodbye"
    • 5. Machina: The Machines of God by The Smashing Pumpkins
      Definately the most underrated album of the decade. Its 1999 release was perhaps a little too late for most people to consider this album as great, especially in the age of the emerging "Rap-Rock"
    • 4. Dirt by Alice in Chains
      The grungiest, coolest sounding. Totally Bitchin.
    • 3. Ten by Pearl Jam
      Perhaps the greatest band of the 90s, their debut was still the best.
    • 2. Metallica by Metallica
      Definately a great album, and Metallica's best. My favorite band, this album will one day be a classic.
    • 1. Mellon Collie and the Infinite Sadness by The Smashing Pumpkins
      The album that defined the decade. The music is great. Period.

    By: Ryan
    • 10. The Living End by The Living End
      Wicked band, Save the Day and Second Solution push it into the top 10
    • 9. Are You Gonna Go my Way by Lenny Kravitz
      This man oozes funk, and this is one of his best.
    • 8. Dookie by Green Day
      Fast and furious
    • 7. The Colour and the Shape by Foo Fighters
      Not a bad song on the album, Grohl is fantastic
    • 6. Frogstomp by Silverchair
      Nirvana wannabees? I think not
    • 5. One Hot Minute by Red Hot Chile Peppers
      Warped, Aeroplane, Deep Kick- You cant get a funkier start to any album!
    • 4. Vs by Pearl Jam
      Animal is the song that makes this puppy
    • 3. Ten by Pearl Jam
    • 2. Californication by Red Hot Chile Peppers
      As good as Blood Sugar its greatness will be appreciated in years to come. Otherside, Californication, Scar Tissue show the Chiles are one of the greatest bands of all time
    • 1. Blood Sugar Sex Majik by Red Hot Chile Peppers
      One of the greatest albums ever, If you have to Ask, Sir Psycho Sexy-Pure funk!

    By: Que
    • 10. The Heat by Toni Braxton
      YOU GO GIRL!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
    • 9. Marshall Mathers by Eminem
      He's white, he is mad and he is rich! What more could you ask for?
    • 8. The Notorious K.I.M. by Lil Kim
      "Suck My D*ck!"
    • 7. Ruff Ryders Vol.2 by Ruff Ryders
      Reconize, reconize, reconize, reconize, Ruff Ryders, dont get it twisted yall!!!!
    • 6. Young World by Lil Zane
      Abs of steel baby, u go boy!!!!!!!!!!
    • 5. My Way by Usher
      That is my boo!
    • 4. The Life and Times of S.Carter by Jay-Z
      The album is like WHOA!!!!!!!!!!!!
    • 3. 100 % Ginuwine by Ginuwine
      He is sexy, talented, and single!!!!!!!!!!
    • 2. Unleash The Dragon by Sisqo
      The platnium haired millionare just unleashed the dragon on you, so beware!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
    • 1. And Then There Was X by DMX
      With his rough voice and pitt bulls, DMX can snatch up any broad of his pick.

    By: cecilia
    • 10. 12 Play by R. Kelly
    • 9. Faith (1995) by Faith Evans
    • 8. Toni Braxton (1993) by Toni Braxton
    • 7. Supa Dupa Fly by Missy Elliot
    • 6. Extinction Level Event by Busta Rhymes
    • 5. Nu Nation Project by Kirk Franklin
    • 4. Mary by Mary J. Blige
    • 3. Share My World by Mary J. Blige
    • 2. My Life by Mary J. Blige
    • 1. What's The 411 by Mary J. Blige

    By: Nelson
    • 10. Metallica by Metallica
    • 9. Antichrist superstar by Marylin Manson
    • 8. Neon Ballroom by Silverchair
    • 7. 12 Bar Blues by Scott Weiland
    • 6. Inuendo by Queen
    • 5. Ten by Pearl Jam
    • 4. Mellon Collie & the Infinite Sadness by Smashing Pumpkins
    • 3. Ok Computer by Radiohead
      The best album in 1997
    • 2. Nevermind by Nirvana
      the secund best album
    • 1. Use your illusion l y ll by Guns n' Roses

    By: Zach
    • 10. Pop by U2
      A album about your lost faith in God.
    • 9. OK Computer by Radiohead
      Thom Yorke just rocks.
    • 8. I Do Not Want What I Haven't Got by Sinead O'Connor
      It's hard to believe, but this is a great album.
    • 7. Violator by Depeche Mode
      Great Songs. Great Music.
    • 6. Ill communication by Beastie Boys
      The best beats I've ever heard on an album.
    • 5. Nigga Please by Ol' Dirty Bastard
      Ol' Dirty just might be the craziest man on earth.
    • 4. Wildflowers by Tom Petty
      In his second solo album, he bears all his soul.
    • 3. Out of Time by R.E.M
      R.E.M's best album to date.
    • 2. The Bends by Radiohead
      "Fake Plastic Trees" Need I say more.
    • 1. Achtung Baby by u2
      Most likely the best album of all time. Ever song will get stuck in your head, but you'll be glad they are.

    By: zach
    • 10. OK Computer by Radiohead
    • 9. What's the Story (Morning Glory) by Oasis
    • 8. Pop by u2
    • 7. Nigga Please by Ol' Dirty Bastard
    • 6. Violator by Depehe Mode
    • 5. Wish by The Cure
    • 4. Ill Communication by Beastie Boys
    • 3. Wildflowers by Tom Petty
    • 2. The Bends by Radiohead
    • 1. Achtung Baby by u2

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