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Anyone see i love the 90s 1996

On VH1s I love the 90s
There is a part in there where they show old people doing the macarena.....I work there....isn't tha funny?

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I think most of the guys here, like me, went through our teenage years during the 80s and EARLY EARLY 90's, during the days of rolled up pant leg cuffs, and neon Vaurnet jackets.

The Macarena is too recent...

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ya i grew up in the 90s. Damn I remember pokemon, i was in the 6th grade. hahaha, not as cool as when the playstation came out. God it was heaven.


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I remember the 90's for the end of good music as we know it...seems like there is almost nothing good coming out anymore, same old bubble gum shit music being written by songwriters for people who perform them. No more "pure" muscisians, and the ones that write there own stuff usually have some pretty terrible music to go along with it.

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I agree. Music now sucks .

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I used to like that bubblegum shit. You are looking at a person who went to see the spice girls june 21st 1997 or 8 One of those lol I still have the ticket stub.....
Music is kinda crapy now. Alternative was good back in the early 90s

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I used to like that bubblegum shit. You are looking at a person who went to see the spice girls june 21st 1997 or 8 One of those lol I still have the ticket stub.....
Music is kinda crapy now. Alternative was good back in the early 90s
Alternative rock, with few exceptions, sucked to my ears. But at least it was truely alternative back in the early 90's. The whole genere cashed off from the "garage band" sound. The lead singer from these bands sometimes sounded like his balls hadn't dropped yet. I guess that's why they took the place of boys bands. Speaking of which, who is writting Justin Timberlake's songs these days, what happened to the concepts of rhythm and carrying a tune?

It's grating, annoying, and with altnerative being no longer alternative, somewhat disingenuous.

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I agree that "modern" music in general has gone into the crapper. There are a lot of artists I still like though. I listen to them and only them pretty much. That's why I got an MP3 player. Not only can I carry around my entire CD collection in my pocket, but It's like listening to the radio except they don't have any commercials, and they only play music you like!

Having been born in '79, the 80's for me were all about Nintendo vs. Sega, Lego's, tunes from Billy Joel, and hiding from girls. The 90's were my adolescent years that were all about Nintendo vs. Sony, in-line skating, discovering Metallica (heavy metal in general), and chasing after the girls. This decade... the 00's... have been all about new house vs. new cars, expanding my resume, disliking anything hip-hop related, and doing my damndest not to piss the wife off.

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The 90's were awesome because of Nirvana, G & R, and rap in the 90's was actually good, now its all the same stuff too. Of course there was other bands I liked too, and when I was younger I liked all the bubble gum shit too, but I have since lost any appreciation for that music.

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I remember the 90's for the end of good music as we know it...seems like there is almost nothing good coming out anymore, same old bubble gum shit music being written by songwriters for people who perform them. No more "pure" muscisians, and the ones that write there own stuff usually have some pretty terrible music to go along with it.

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I second that. I can't even listen to the radio anymore it all sounds the same. Now all I listen to is the Reverend Horton Heat, Johny Cash, Rock-a-billy from the 40's and, 50's and 60's (including Elvis), and a lot of old blues music. I've been listening to the Beach Boys, Sublime, and Rage Against The Machine as well.

I can't beleive how downhill music has gone. There needs to be another Nirvana to break out and do something different and start a revolution.

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