Top albums of the 90s #80-71

In case you missed #100-81..

#80 Blur, Parklife (1994)

#79 Poison, Flesh and Blood (1991)

#78 KLF, The White Room (1992)
The tammy Wynette verson of “Justified and Ancient” is to die for.

#77 Queensryche, Empire (1991)

#76 Love Spit Love, Love Spit Love (1995)
How did they not achieve commercial success?

#75 Backstreet Boys, Millenium (1999)
Pop came back with a vengeance in the late nineties, and I thought BB were better than N’Sync. Deal with it.

#74 Neutral Milk Hotel, In the Aeroplane Over the Sea (1998)
Most bands from today steal their sound.

#73 Soundgarden, Superunknown (1991)

#72 Blonde Redhead, Fake Can Be Just as Good (1997)

#71 Wilco, A.M. (1995)


2 thoughts on “Top albums of the 90s #80-71

  1. 80. I liked the Pet Shop Boys’ remix of “Girls and Boys.” Wasn’t Parklife supposed to be the epitome of British life in the early ’90s?

    79. Is that the one with “Unskinny Bop?” Didn’t that come out in 1990?

    78. I’d love to get my hands on the “Justified and Ancient” version with Tammy Wynette, but unfortunately, I haven’t come across it yet.

    75. I completely agree that Millennium was the best American boyband album from the late 90s/early 00s boyband period. The first half is basically flawless Swedish/American pop, especially “I Want It That Way,” which was the best boyband song ever made (even if it did sound almost just like their prior hit “As Long as You Love Me”).

    72. Wow-they go back that far do they?

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