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Dec 02, 2014 · The 25 Best Alternative Rock Bands of the 1990s ... Some sleep aids make people gamble and eat without them even realizing it. ... The Lord of Darkness came into the ’90s with The Good Son and ...
- Rob O'connor
May 25, 2011 · A very long list of still-active alt-rock bands from our youth is after the jump. Larry Marano/Shutterstock. 1. 3 Doors Down. 2. 311. 3. Alice in Chains (reunited 2005) 4. American Music Club. 5.
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For Britain, it was Coldplay and less guitar driven acts taking over Gallagher’s classical brash and rock ‘n roll attitude. America on another hand saw the takeover of bubblegum pop over the cryptic and social commentary lyricism of Stephen Malkmus and Kurt Cobain. Here Are the Best 90s Alternative Bands
Although most would consider 1993’s Siamese Dream as the Smashing Pumpkins zenith, and an alternative rock iconic album, their debut recording Gish seems a more honest and less “professional” blast of heavy guitar psychedelia.
The Smashing Pumpkins is an American alternative rock band from Chicago. Formed in 1988 by frontman Billy Corgan (lead vocals, guitar), D'arcy… Stone Temple Pilots
- Slowdive - "Alison" (1993) British "shoegaze" pioneers Slowdive released their second album Souvlaki to mostly uneven reviews in 1993. It's a great example of an album that takes time to digest and appreciate.
- Live - "Lightning Crashes" (1994) Live's earnest brand of emotional rock is the kind that critics enjoy bashing, but there is no denying the power and impact of their 1994 smash "Lightning Crashes".
- Veruca Salt - "Seether" (1994) Veruca Salt was the hot band of the moment when they emerged from Chicago at the very peak of alternative rock's popularity in the mid-'90s.
- Whipping Boy - "We Don't Need Nobody Else" (1995) Irish rockers Whipping Boy are one of the great unsung bands of the '90s. Their 1995 album Heartworm, a seething collection of viscerally intense hard-edged rock, deserves a much wider audience than it received upon release.
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- T-Virus. I grew up in the 90s so I might be biased but alt rock in the 90s was incredible and the amazing thing is that...
- Fuchsia. That was a really great time for alternative rock. So much variety. I still go back and listen to a lot of the...
I'm pretty sure that was some bands quote in a VH1 show. I just skipped to the end of "When Metal Ruled The World". It wasn't that one. I do remember some quote like that. Even though it was the right age for it [teenager], I never really cared for the Alternative 90s rock. I was more fond of it then, than I even am now..