What Were the 90’s All About?: 1994

In 1994 we got punched in the face with Kurt Cobain taking his life, but music continued, despite the Don McLean lyrics. Johnny Cash re-emerged from the ashes and won over a whole new audience, Weezer defined power pop rock and haven’t apologized, and Jeff Buckley released what would ultimately be his only studio album that still brings chills.

1. Weezer (Blue Album), Weezer
2. Wildflowers, Tom Petty
3. American Recordings, Johnny Cash
4. Vitalogy, Pearl Jam
5. Grace, Jeff Buckley

Honorable Mention: Throwing Copper, Live; Definitely Maybe, Oasis; Dookie, Green Day; Mighty Joe Moon, Grant Lee Buffalo; Mellow Gold, Beck; Under the Table and Dreaming, Dave Matthews Band

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One Reply to “What Were the 90’s All About?: 1994”

  1. Throwing Copper! Vitalogy! Oh gosh. Throw in Ill Communication and it’s freshman year in the dorms all over again.

    I listened to the Crows while packing yesterday, now I have my line up for tonight. Thanks MK!

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