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- Smells Like Teen Spirit’ – Nirvana. All the cool kids will tell you that they were into Nirvana back in ’89 when they released ‘Bleach’ on Sub Pop. All the cool kids are lying.
- Waterfalls’ – TLC. Twenty years before Kanye West cottoned on to the abiding genius of Paul McCartney, badass R&B crew TLC were all over it. They took a Macca ballad from 1980 about the dangerous sport of waterfall-jumping and totally transformed it into a heartrending urban drama with a killer chorus.
- Rid of Me’ – PJ Harvey. Nirvana weren’t the only ’90s act to thumb their noses at the mainstream after releasing a breakthrough album. Like the Seattle superstars on ‘In Utero’, Dorset’s very own Polly Jean Harvey turned to punk rock recording engineer Steve Albini (known for his raw, unvarnished sound) for her second album ‘Rid of Me’.
- Unfinished Sympathy’ – Massive Attack. For better or worse Massive Attack will forever be known as trip hop pioneers, but by far their most important contribution didn’t really fall into that category.
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- “Just Like Heaven” by the Cure. That drumbeat. That simple bass progression. Those deliciously decade-appropriate synths. That infectious, descending lead guitar line.
- “Modern Love” by David Bowie. Bowie was all over the place during the ’80s: duetting with Jagger, clambering into spandex for Labyrinth, getting buried alive for Merry Christmas, Mr. Lawrence and ultimately embarking on a midlife crisis that resulted in a worrying beard and Tin Machine.
- “I Wanna Dance with Somebody” by Whitney Houston. In 1987, Houston was still very much a fresh-faced siren with the crystal-clear voice and a world of possibilities at her feet.
- “Free Fallin’” by Tom Petty. Is there anyone who doesn’t like this song? The famously cantankerous Lou Reed loved it, as did Tom Cruise’s go-get-’em titular character in Jerry Maguire (who, no disrespect, doesn’t seem like the most scrutinizing music listener).
NOTE: the "10's" playlist has 60 songs because we are at 6/10 of the decade. The "00's" has 98 songs because the Radiohead's album "In Rainbows" is not available on Spotify. Follow me