I'll start with one of my favorites: Pearl Jam's Ten.
a few favorites that I still love
Downward Spiral/Nine Inch Nails
Miseducation of Lauryn Hill
The Miseducation of Lauryn Hill truly deserves a spot in this list.
100% agree - although never was a radiohead fan - still massively influential
I still listen to that Lauryn Hill album pretty regularly..
Nirvana Unplugged (if I had to pick a N album, that would win)
weezer - weezer (blue album)
TEn - Pearl Jam
more personally - ANY Sublime album
Rage Against The Machine | RATM
Green DAy - Dookie
You took Dookie right from me. First time I heard these guys they reminded me of The Police. Dookie was a very monumental record. Man, so was that Doggystyle.
I have to admit, though, that while A Tribe Called Quest's, Midnight Marauders , didn't sell nearly as much as Doggystyle I liked it way better.
OK Computer - Radiohead
Goo - Sonic Youth
Loveless - My Bloody Valentine
American Water - Silver Jews
Down Colorful Hill - Red House Painters
Spiderland - Slint
Dummy - Portishead
Windowlicker - Aphex Twin
Endtroducing... - DJ Shadow
A Tribe Called Quest-The Low End Theory
A Tribe Called Quest-Midnight Marauders
Big L- Lifestylez ov da Poor & Dangerous
Mos Def & Talib Kweli Are Black Star
Eminem-The Slim Shady LP
Donnell Jones -Where i wanna be
Warrior Soul - "Last Decade Dead Century" and "Salutations from the Ghetto Nation"
I'll try to chime in with a few albums...NOT being biased to any particular genre.
Yourself or Someone Like You (1996) - Matchbox 20
II (1994) - Boyz II Men
Core (1992) - Stone Temple Pilots
Stakes is High (1996) - De La Soul
Crazy, Sexy, Cool (1994) - TLC
Under the Table Dreaming (1994) - Dave Matthews Band
I wanted to throw Nevermind and Ten in there but "Mighty Mom" and "rebekahELLE" beat me to it.
I'm going to throw in
Oasis' What's the Story Morning Glory.
The Cranberries Everybody Else Is Doing It, So Why Can't We?
Duran Duran's The Wedding Album
Erykah Badu's Live
Madonna's Ray of Light
All of these are still on my heavy rotation. Although STP, TLC, Nirvana, DMB, and Pearl Jam are up there too.
Good choice in Ray of Light
Duran Duran still had good stuff in the '90s? Wow.
Indeed, let me turn you on to Duran Duran's Wedding Album which features Come Undone, Ordinary World, Breath After Breath and Too Much Information.
And if you haven't heard of Red Carpet Massacre it has a slew of great songs including the title track, Box Full of Honey, Tempted, Nite Runner and Falling Down feat. Justin Timberlake as well as Skin Divers featuring Timbaland are all badass tracks. That CD came out a few years back, though, so not quite in this era...but thought I'd let you know.
I would like to add "Mule Variations"(1999) by Tom Waits
and "Unplugged"(1996) by Alice in Chains
Mellon Collie and the Infinite Sadness (1995) - The Smashing Pumpkins
You think this double disc qualifies?
The Bodyguard (1992) soundtrack - Various artists
Q's Jook Joint (1995) - Quincy Jones
Mission to Please (1996) - The Isley Brothers
I wasn't really into the whole Grunge scene but...
OK Computer - Radiohead
Weezer [Blue Album] - Weezer
Dummy - Portishead
MTV Unplugged in New York - Nirvana
The Soft Bulletin - The Flaming Lips
Beck - Odelay
Entroducing... - DJ Shadow
Ace of Base - The Sign
Backstreet Boys - Backstreet's Back
Roxette - Tourism
Whigfield - Whigfield
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