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idrapethat 01:20 PM 09-12-2020
Any 90s kids who find themselves coming back to this music all the time like I do? This thread is just to list albums that aren't incredibly famous like Dirt, Nevermind, Ten, etc...I want to find more obscure gems from this era. Any suggestions?
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ChiefBlueCFC 10:08 AM 09-25-2020
one of my favorites of all time


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ChiefBlueCFC 10:14 AM 09-25-2020
Another great one from 311's grassroots album

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CoMoChief 11:46 AM 09-25-2020
Michael Bolton, greatest singer who ever lived.
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Third Eye 01:14 PM 09-25-2020
Originally Posted by htismaqe:
Deftones I can do. Tool, I cannot.
The you’ll hate it when I tell you that their cover of No Quarter is better than the original.
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htismaqe 01:17 PM 09-25-2020
Originally Posted by Third Eye:
The you’ll hate it when I tell you that their cover of No Quarter is better than the original.
Unpossible.
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DaneMcCloud 01:21 PM 09-25-2020
If you guys are into Tool and A Perfect Circle, check out Failure, which was a HUGE influence on both bands and all of their musicians. Ken Andrews was brilliant but before his time.




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PurpleJesus28 01:22 PM 09-25-2020
Originally Posted by SuperChief:
Deftones kicks ass. Most of my friends who like the same kind of music I do aren't into Deftones at all (I think mostly because of Chino and his "style"), but I cant' get enough of the band. They're gold. And the collab w/ Maynard? Perfection.
Yeah there was just something about that song 7 Words that drew me in,Bored was also good.They do kind of get unfairly lumped in with nu metal bands when thats really not at all what they are.Passenger was the song with Maynard wasnt it?White Pony is probably my favorite album of theirs,but i like them all.Great live band as well,as i'm sure you know.
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DaneMcCloud 01:25 PM 09-25-2020
A Perfect Circle covered this Failure song on 13 Steps.


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SuperChief 06:01 PM 09-25-2020
Originally Posted by DaneMcCloud:
If you guys are into Tool and A Perfect Circle, check out Failure, which was a HUGE influence on both bands and all of their musicians. Ken Andrews was brilliant but before his time.



Dude....that was dope. Never heard of this band. Thanks for the share!
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Third Eye 06:23 PM 09-25-2020
Originally Posted by SuperChief:
Dude....that was dope. Never heard of this band. Thanks for the share!
Since you are a Tool fan, once upon a time there was a group of friends that made an album full of covers for fun. They called themselves Replicants and were made up of two members of Failure, Paul D’Amour (the original bassist from Tool), and another guy. Maynard provides vocals on this cover of Wings’ Silly Love Songs (sorry, I can never remember how to embed from my phone):

https://youtu.be/kM77X4IknlA

As an aside, Failure and Tool toured together a lot in the early 90s.
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Third Eye 09-25-2020, 06:25 PM
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Gadzooks 11:39 PM 10-01-2020
Here's something from the 90's you guys probably haven't heard, (BTW - It involves a 'Chapman Stick' and horns):

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Cheater5 09:21 AM 10-02-2020
Holy shit this thread takes me back to some awesome times...I had a Supersuckers 'Smoke of Hell' t-shirt that pretty much got me laid once, lol.

Here's some oldies...


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Cheater5 09:23 AM 10-02-2020
I used to jam to NewFAD


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Cheater5 09:26 AM 10-02-2020
Saw these guys in concert a long, long time ago...



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Cheater5 09:31 AM 10-02-2020



Gotta throw some PJ Harvey in here.
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