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    Default Re: Favorite 90's Music. Fess Up

    Daisy Chainsaw - 'Love Your Money' live on The Word

    The Word was a semi-controversial popular music programme that achieved a certain notoriety, but, was almost a 'must-see' back in the day as you'd never be quite certain what sort of shenanigans was likely to occur - I don't think the producers believed in editing, or post-production, of any kind, much or even at all for that matter.

    The programme had an endearing lack of class; charmingly rough-and-ready.

    In those days, live television really was LIVE. Here's the mighty Katie Jane Garside and the chaps performing their very first television performance. This had me in raptures and grabbing the remote to activate full throttle on the volume.

    Raw and unadulterated energy - they really don't make 'em like they used to.

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    One of Kurt Cobain's Final Interviews - Incl. Extremely Rare Footage

    https://tvclip.biz/video/3CTsGievjMU...e-footage.html

    If you've landed on this thread then there is every chance that you have (probably) lived through your twenties, and survived them, hopefully largely terribly unscathed, I hope.

    Kurt didn't make it out to the other side of that most challenging and turbulent of decades for most of us, as we wrestle with abandoning the last vestiges of childhood and start the often painful journey to maturity.

    This charming interview that took place in 1993, and as the video title states, would have been recorded really not terribly long before his death.

    In it you see a young man who appears to have found a little inner peace and looking forward to a future that was likely to offer much. Sadly that was not to be.

    I'm sharing the liner notes to this interview as published on TVClip.biz, and in case anyone is curious as to why I've not linked to where this is mirrored on YouTube? For the simple reasons that I'm mindful of the very recent YouTube interferences (which wouldn't necessarily render TVClip.biz immune either I guess), but may provide an alternative source.

    And, as I've done many times before on the forum already, TVClip.biz provides a handy download button that makes it dead simple to grab video footage that you could archive and hopefully enjoy for quite some time yet.

    I loved Kurt's work, and if you are similarly touched and moved by it, you may well enjoy this really quite charming interview. (And the interviewer herself deserves great credit for clearly making him feel at ease.)

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    One of Kurt Cobain's final interviews before his tragic death, this WatchMojo Presents video From the MUCH Vaults is an incredible look into the man and artist that we present on the day that would have been his 50th birthday. This raw video from 1993 features 6 minutes of very rarely seen footage from the original interview that was not aired on television. Nirvana's legacy still burns bright and their music continues to influence and inspire people to this day. We hope that you enjoy this thoughtful and engaged interview with a man who meant so much to so many people.

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    11:48 9) Have you ever had second thoughts about bringing a child into the world, despite being able to see the world for what it is?

    13:38 10) “Grunge”: where did the term come from?

    17:19 11) One of the interesting things about Nirvana that you don’t talk about much is that you seem very concerned about sexism. How do you make people aware of that problem?

    21:21 12) We’re doing a special on The Replacements, did they have any influence n you on as a songwriter or any of the music you did?

    23:58 13) Did you get to meet anyone that you would consider your musical hero?

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    Default Re: Favorite 90's Music. Fess Up

    Pictures of You - The Cure.

    Gorgeous.

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    "Another can of worms"

    The mighty Sonic Youth: Youth Against Fascism

    Always loved the way the guitars seemed to disappear into a vacuum cleaner, and come out the other side.
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    Chunky, with extra large chunks: Alice in Chains. An accompaniment to my younger me - thank you Layne.

    Sounds as good today as it did back then.

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    My wife often jokes that I'm stuck in the 90's and my reply is "I would have it no other way, for it twas the coolest decade a man could have ever hoped to have lived in".

    We had the best hip-hop music, the best rock music and the best electronica music.

    It wasn't so complicated, cell phones were rare until the end of the nineties, social media didn't exist yet and concerts were events you did your best not to miss.

    Spellbound posted that Tori Amos album "Little Earthquakes" oh man did that get me through one of my worst all time break ups.

    God just seeing the album cover for that album puts a tinge of excitement and fear through me.

    I was a big Rage fan MuxFolder, amazing concerts, it's funny because I was a dreamtheater fan until I saw them in concert, too funny.

    Tintin I freaking loved the Beastie Boys in the 90's, they were more than musicians they were avatars of "what was cool".

    Mike I really dug Beck, I remember going to this mosh pit club that would play songs from Suicidal Tendencies and Prong, and they would play Beck's "Loser" song and I would start hip hop dancing to these amazing club speakers, to go from a mosh circle to being able to hip hop in the same club really stood out to me, good times.
    Akasha I actually liked The Jesus and Mary Chain, they picked up where your precious Echo and the Bunnymen left off.












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    Default Re: Favorite 90's Music. Fess Up

    I loved the Beastie Boys too! I only recently discovered "flute loop". That one was a bit before my time, I never even knew it existed. Flute Rap.... who would have thunk it lol.

    Can't say the same about Stone Roses tho! I used to like them but now they give me the creeps. "Shoot You Down" sounds like a threat, and "Elizabeth my Dear" sounds like a threat too. "The time has come to shoot you down, elizabeth, my dear!". There's probably something that they know, which we do not

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    Radiohead: "Paranoid Android" from arguably the greatest album of the 90s (Ok, even I don't believe that, totally, but,.......)

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    One could argue for it.... but I won't. Still, good stuff.
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    Default Re: Favorite 90's Music. Fess Up

    if one wants to indulge one's misery after a brutal break up, what better way than listening to this? technically, this song came out in 89, but i still consider it a 90's song


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    Quote Posted by Mike (here)
    if one wants to indulge one's misery after a brutal break up, what better way than listening to this? technically, this song came out in 89, but i still consider it a 90's song

    Oh boy, how right you are....
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    Not quite sure of the date of this but it sure is iconic and in denial.
    They had some amazing songs and harmonies

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    For Keith's sake, another Prodigy:


    Rip Keith

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    Quote Posted by Tintin (here)
    Quote Posted by Mike (here)
    if one wants to indulge one's misery after a brutal break up, what better way than listening to this? technically, this song came out in 89, but i still consider it a 90's song

    Oh boy, how right you are....
    And then for when he’s moved on already...





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    Chose that vid for the crowd, here’s a link for if you want to hear him better: https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=fm0eqPJwQDo
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