Rock America 90s

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Rock America 90s

JOURNEY THROUGH 400 AMERICAN ROCK SONGS

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Rock AMERICA 90s

Rock USA 90s

During the 90s, the Red Hot Chili Peppers went mainstream, female musicians released great rock and trip hop matured and flourished. Meanwhile, the worldwide success of Nirvana and the grunge genre in late 1991 changed rock music forever. Countless new forms of alternative rock emerged, reached wide audiences and spawned the indie rock wave along with new genres of psychedelia, power pop and metal music.

(RnB rock 90s.. cf  RnB SOUL)

POP ROCK  ∙  1992  ∙  These are days (10'000 Maniacs )  ∙  1993  ∙  ‘74-75 (Connells)  ∙  1996  ∙  Mmmbop (Hanson)  ∙  On nights like this (Soraya)  ∙  1998  ∙  Freed from desire (Gala)  ∙  Lullaby (Shawn Mullins)  ∙  Unbound (Robbie Robertson)  ∙  1999  ∙  Kiss me (Sixpence None The Richer)  ∙  Goodnight moon (Shivaree)   

ROCK  ∙  1990  ∙  Set sail free (Origin)  ∙  1991  ∙  Losing my religion (R.E.M.)  ∙  1992  ∙  Under the bridge (RED HOT CHILI PEPPERS)  ∙  RunawayTrain (Soul Asylum)  ∙  Soldier (Calvin Russel)  ∙  It's a shame about Ray (Lemonheads)  ∙  ‘24 (Red House Painters)  ∙  1993  ∙  Fuzzy (Grant Lee Buffalo)  ∙  Mmm, mmm, mmm (Crash Test Dummies)  ∙  1996  ∙  What I got (Sublime)  ∙  One headlight (The Wallflowers)  ∙  1997  ∙  Ocean man (Ween)  ∙  1998  ∙  The way (Fastball)  ∙  Fly away (Lenny Krawitz)  ∙  Don't drink the water (Dave Matthews Band)  ∙ 

FEMALE ROCKERS  ∙  1992  ∙  Crucify (Tori Amos)  ∙  1993  ∙  Cannonball (The Breeders)    1994  ∙  Your ghost (Kristin Hersh)  ∙  As I am (Joan Jett)  ∙  Feel what you want (Kristine W)  ∙  Every little thing he does is magic (Shawn Colvin)  ∙  Walk this world (Heather Nova)  ∙  1995  ∙  One of Us (Joan Osborne)  ∙  Hand in my pocket (Alanis Morissette)  ∙  Hello (Poe)  ∙  1996  ∙  Nude as the news (CAT POWER)  ∙  Criminal (FIONA APPLE)  ∙   1997  ∙  The bright light (Tanya Donelly )  ∙  Bitch (Meredith Brooks)  ∙  Where have all the cowboys gone? (Paula Cole)  ∙  1998  ∙  Can't let go (Lucinda Williams)  ∙  1999  ∙  Into the dark (Melissa Etheridge) 

GRUNGE  ∙  1991  ∙  Smells like teen spirit (NIRVANA)  ∙  Alive (Pearl Jam)  ∙  1992  ∙  Would (Alice in Chains  ∙  1993  ∙  Plush (Stone Temple Pilot)  ∙  Today (The Smashing Pumplkins)  ∙  1994  ∙  Doll parts (Hole)  ∙  Black hole sun (Soundgarden)  ∙  1997  ∙  Everlong (Foo Fighters)  ∙  1998  ∙  Iris (Goo Goo Dolls)  ∙  1999  ∙  Can't change me (Chris Cornell) 

INDIE ROCK  ∙  1992  ∙  No rain (Blind Melon)  ∙  1993  ∙  Loser (Beck)  ∙  Fade into you (Mazzy Star)  ∙  1994  ∙  Grace (Jeff Buckley)  ∙  I am a scientist (Guided By Voices)  ∙  Cut your hair (Pavement)  ∙  1995  ∙  ‘1979 (The Smashing Pumpkins)  ∙  Just a girl (No Doubt)  ∙  1996  ∙  Stupid girl  (Garbage)   ∙  Naked eye (Luscious Jackson)  ∙  Novocaine for the soul (Eels)  ∙  1997  ∙  Mercedes (JOSEPH ARTHUR)  ∙  Not if you were the last junkie on Earth (Dandy Warhols)  ∙  Free to go (The Folk Implosion)  ∙  1998  ∙  AM 180 (Grandaddy )  ∙  Wishlist (Pearl Jam)  ∙  Ava Adore (The Smashing Pumpkins)  ∙  1999  ∙  The night (Morphine)  ∙  Whiteout (Boss Hog) 

NEW WAVE  ∙  1990  ∙  Skin (Oingo Boingo)  ∙  Birdhouse in your soul (They Might Be Giants)  ∙  1993  ∙  Mr Jones (Counting Crows)  ∙  1994  ∙  It's over now (Cause and effect) 

TRIP HOP  ∙  1992  ∙  Hail hail rock 'n roll (Garland Jeffreys)  ∙  1994  ∙  Fu-gee-La (The Fugees)  ∙  1996  ∙  Jack in the box (Elysian Fields)  ∙  King of New-York (Fun Lovin' Criminals)  ∙  1998  ∙  Respiration (Mos Def Blackstar ft. Common)  ∙  1999  ∙  The truth (Handsome Boy Modeling School ft Roisin Murphy)  ∙  Butterfly (Crazy Town)  ∙  You got me (The Roots ft Eryka Badu)  ∙  I changed my mind (Lyrics Born)  ∙  Porcelain (Moby)

NEO PSYCHEDELIA  ∙  1993  ∙  She don't use jelly (The Flaming Lips)  ∙  1996  ∙  Anemone (The Brian Jonestown Massacre)  ∙  1998  ∙  Goddess on a highway (Mercury Rev)  ∙  1999  ∙  So happy (Lakuna) 

POWER POP, METAL ROCK, POST PUNK, INDUSTRIAL, NOISE ROCK, HARDCORE  ∙  1990  ∙  Dirty boots (Sonic Youth)  ∙  Velouria (Pixies)  ∙  1991  ∙  Joyride (Tribe)  ∙  1992  ∙  Midlife crisis (Faith No More)  ∙  Black flag (King's X)  ∙  1993  ∙  Out there (Dynosaur Jr)  ∙  1994  ∙  The first part (Superchunk)  ∙  Come out and play (Offspring)  ∙  Closer (Nine Inch Nails)  ∙  The sweater song (Weezer)  ∙  Sabotage (Beastie Boys)  ∙  1995  ∙  Torn (Ednaswap)  ∙  1996  ∙  Until it sleeps (Metallica)  ∙  Popular (Nada Surf)  ∙  1997  ∙  Sentimental education (Free Kitten)  ∙  1998  ∙  The kids aren't alright (The Offspring)  ∙  1999  ∙  Take a picture (Filter) 

Rock America 90s

JOURNEY THROUGH 400 AMERICAN ROCK SONGS

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