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    nobody is talking crap about alice in chains, reading is fundamental

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    The sentence was in a negative tone. That was enough to piss a Chains fan off.

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    Quote Originally Posted by koldjerky View Post
    This.

    I liked me some Soul Coughing.

    My tastes ranged for 90s music. Like Smashing Pumpkins, Third Eye Blind, Oasis, Everclear, Everlast, Green Day, Offspring, Rage, Presidents of the USA, STP, Weezer.

    So much good stuff from the 90s. Hell Less Than Jake's best stuff was from the 90s.
    Yes, I enjoy all of those bands listed.

    Add in Bad Religion, Rancid, Pennywise, 311, Collective Soul, Nine Inch Nails, Blues Traveler, Bush, Sublime, Jane's Addiction, Catharine Wheel, etc.

    So many good 90's bands.

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    it was at the fans more than the bands

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    no worries. I was sort of joking....sort of....

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    Quote Originally Posted by spliff(TONE) View Post
    I wasn't.
    Me neither....

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    Any Ugly Kid Joe, Jackyl or Brother Cane fans? I think these 3 are underrated bands that just unfortunately, started out at the wrong time because of the Seattle scene.

    Also heavily underrated, Blind Melon. "No Rain" doesn't do them justice.

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    Quote Originally Posted by One Nut Kruk View Post
    Any Ugly Kid Joe, Jackyl or Brother Cane fans? I think these 3 are underrated bands that just unfortunately, started out at the wrong time because of the Seattle scene.

    Also heavily underrated, Blind Melon. "No Rain" doesn't do them justice.
    I played a show with them in '91. They were terrible.
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    Parity is about equality of opportunity, not equality of results.

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    My Bloody Valentine
    Pavement
    Built to Spill
    Guided by Voices
    Sebadoh
    Fugazi
    Pixes
    Soundgarden
    Belly
    Throwing Muses
    Letters to Cleo
    Half Japanese
    Superchunk
    Dinosaur Jr
    Yo La Tengo
    Slint
    The Apples in Stereo
    Neutral Milk Hotel
    Bettie Serveert
    Sonic Youth
    Screaming Trees
    Juliana Hatfield
    Modest Mouse
    Ride
    Blonde Redhead
    The Jesus and Mary Chain
    Swervedriver
    Spiritualized
    Smashing Pumpkins (Gish)
    White Collar Crime

    Honestly, I could go on forever.

    Some of these late 90's bands you all are listing is the reason why Alternative became Mainstream. Alternative to what?
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    Parity is about equality of opportunity, not equality of results.

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    Quote Originally Posted by spliff(TONE) View Post
    Alternative was a ******** *** made up genre in the first place. All popular music is basically garbage these days whether it has a cool, trendy name or not. It's the dumbing down of American culture. No one is willing to take risks on artists that dare to try something different.
    Alternative was actually a term proudly used in the 80's, the days of hair & shredder metal and Mallrat music.
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    Parity is about equality of opportunity, not equality of results.

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    Love me some Modest Mouse.

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    Who called in the music nazi?

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    Funny I just saw this thread...within he past month I have really gotten into 90s-00s alternative rock. I was born in 95. Some bands:

    Weezer
    Third Eye Blind
    Blink 182
    The Offspring
    The Verve
    Oasis
    Incubus
    Sugar Ray
    OAR
    Matchbox 20
    The Killers

    I know some of these bands were more so 2000s then 90s.

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    Quote Originally Posted by One Nut Kruk View Post
    Who called in the music nazi?
    Snob would be better. You can listen to whatever want. I realized after the 90's it is better most people do.

    I saw Radiohead once on the Pablo Honey tour for $3 with only 30-50 other people in the audience. Though they do everything right as far as their integrity & business side of things, I can't even imagine seeing them today with how huge their audience is now. These are the same people that would probably go see a Coldplay show or like Soundgarden & Stone Temple Pilots equally.

    If you think I'm bad, you should hear what comes out of the mouths of some of the people in my scene.
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    Parity is about equality of opportunity, not equality of results.

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    I just got done listening to this song.
    "...more talking went on between us all until [Roethlisberger and his entourage] left the bar. Then I seperated with [name redacted] and the other girls and went with another group, and everything else happened, and I was told about it this morning and felt I needed to give my statement. Looking back and hearing all of the details, it seems to me that it was a set-up, and so I think this needed to be told."

    -Victoria Garofalo, Zeta Tau Alpha sorority sister, in a statement to the GBI

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