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List them here.

5/15/2020 12:21:47 AM

TKE-Teg
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Pearl Jam - Ten and Vs
Nirvana - Nevermind and In Utero
STP - Core and Purple
Weezer - Blue Album and Pinkerton
Soundgarden - Superunknown
Metallica - Black Album
Smashing Pumpkins - Siamese Dream & Mellon Collie and the Infinite Sadness
For Squirrels - Example

Off top of my head

[Edited on May 15, 2020 at 10:59 AM. Reason : ]

5/15/2020 10:58:51 AM

rjrumfel
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Basically ^, plus Green Day's Dookie, and Tool's Undertow

5/15/2020 11:09:55 AM

marko
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oh man... For Squirrels... been a hot minute

[Edited on May 15, 2020 at 1:13 PM. Reason : (obi wan meme of name i haven't heard in a long time)]

5/15/2020 1:13:11 PM

GreatGazoo
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Deep Purple: Made in Japan
Black Sabbath: Vol. 4
Rush: 2112

Headbanging for Life.

[Edited on May 15, 2020 at 2:24 PM. Reason : ..]

5/15/2020 2:23:02 PM

Boss DJ
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Pearl Jam - Ten
Nirvana - Nevermind and In Utero
Weezer - Blue Album
Metallica - Black Album
Smashing Pumpkins - Siamese Dream
Sublime - Sublime
Green Day - Dookie
Sepultura - Roots
Live - Throwing Copper
Radiohead - OK Computer

5/15/2020 5:31:56 PM

BanjoMan
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Facebook trends on my TWW?

5/16/2020 9:51:01 AM

prb185
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Pretty much all of TKE's post but I had never heard of For Squirrels. Looked them up. What a sad/interesting story. And the Mighty K.C. video was touching. They might have gotten lost in the mix of 90s alternative bands but who knows.

[Edited on May 17, 2020 at 2:30 AM. Reason : Asdf]

5/17/2020 2:29:12 AM

Geppetto
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The above plus

Stone Temple Pilots - Tiny music...Songs from the Vatican Gift Shop.
Oasis - what’s the story morning glory
Rage against the machine - evil empire

For fuck’s sake, I’d travel back to ‘94 - ‘00 right now just to enjoy sitting on my parents sofa, eating hot pockets, and watching MTV endlessly during summer days/nights just for the hope of seeing one of the videos I really enjoyed.

5/18/2020 11:31:41 AM

justinh524
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Y'all MFers old. All these albums came out well before I turned 13.

5/18/2020 1:09:47 PM

Geppetto
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Yet here you are

5/18/2020 1:44:59 PM

amac884
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Foo Fighters- The Colour and the Shape
Deftones- Around the Fur
Blink- Dude Ranch
Jimmy Eat World- Clarity
Thursday- Full Collapse (probably the most influential album for me)

[Edited on May 18, 2020 at 3:40 PM. Reason : ]

5/18/2020 3:36:06 PM

Bullet
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There's a ton, but to add to some already mentioned, in no particular order that span a lot of my early to mid-teenage years:

Jane's Addiction: Ritual De La Habitual
Primus: Sailing the Sees of Cheese
Dead Milkmen: Big Lizard in My Backyard
Circle Jerks: Wondeful
Pantera: Vulgar Display of Power
Metallica: And Justice for All and Master of the Puppets (I listed this as my favorite album in the 7th-grade year book)
De La Soul: 3 Feet High and Rising and De La Soul is Dead
Beastie Boys: License to Ill, Paul's Boutique and Check Your Head
Jawbreaker: 24-Hour Revenge Therapy
Rage Against the Machine: Self-Titled
Propaghandi: How To Clean Everything
Sex Pistols: Never Mind the Bollocks (this had probably been out for a decade or so before I heard it)

5/19/2020 4:47:53 PM

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