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SOTW: For the children of the 90's!

Post in 'The Inglenook' started by MasterMech, Aug 9, 2013.

  1. MasterMech

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    I was dusting off some old Pandora stations lately while cleaning the shop and really got to rockin' out to tunes that were released while I was in school. We did a similar thread a couple months ago but I want to twist it a little.

    For the under 40 crowd, post a song or two ( or three or four, knock yourself out!) that you rocked out to back in the day and/or you have heard recently and it took you back.

    For everybody else..... Got a favorite song from this era? Fire away!


    This era defined as 1994ish to 2005 or something like that.

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  2. Joful

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    My apologies in advance...

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    ;lol;lol;lol
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    That is a brilliant video, MasterMech!
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    And



    Alanis Morissette hit the summer I went to College. It was played all the time for the first year....
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    i dig the drums on this one.
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    Well, I am the big 4-0 now.....I was a partier back in the 90's though. And in the mid-90's I worked in Camp Hill, PA. The band Fuel was the house band on Thursday nights at Wanda's Night Club (Schmack Pappy's Wharf) outside of Mechanicsburg, saw them many times playing this song and others long before they became big. Love a lot of their music!

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    Big 40 this year myself but back in the day, this is what I turned up....





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    You guys are SO OLD!

    <-- hanging onto 39. (for a few more months)
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    well I just turned the big 50 last week, If we are talkin 90's music I have to go with early 90's grunge, being from the Seattle area and all

    sorry its a few years earlier than your requirements




  12. MasterMech

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    That's quite alright. Grunge counts even tho I have a grudge with Nirvana for killing Hair Metal. ;lol
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  13. MasterMech

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    *bump* ==c







    C'mon guys, surely there are more of us that remember the 90's?
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    I'm 33 and this is my favorite music video ever.
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    Vevo wouldn't let me watch that on my phone..... ;lol
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    A "good taste" filter?
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    Won't let me play it on my iPad either....You know I don't have a "good taste" filter if you've seen some of the other videos I've posted on other threads ;)
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    Weird. Google "Primus Wynona Beaver". Definitely worth a watch / listen, if you have any sense of humor.
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    Oh, I know the song, just funny my iPad wouldn't play it :)
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    Here's one that came to mind.

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    90s music. I was dating a bassist from a grunge band. These songs always take me back to that time. Mistress reminded me of those years in another thread.




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    Download the YouTube app and it will work. Works fine on my iPad. More and more videos are being switched to app play only it seems.
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    Yes. That link came with a warning that it must be watched in YouTube. I forgot that iPhones/iPads didn't come with that app pre-loaded!
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    Saw them in concert, amazing. Any musician has to respect Tool's ability to play (although they may not like the music).....
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