#775 Hole – Live Through This

Finally an album that I was a huge fan of in 1994. Hole‘s Live Through This was one of my favourite albums of the 90s. It was released one week after lead singer Courtney Love‘s husband Kurt Cobain killed himself. The critics loved the album and it made the band into a huge success. It […]

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#739 The Afghan Whigs – Gentlemen

I have never heard anything from The Afghan Whigs. Supposedly they were influence in music, especially their fourth album Gentlemen. They disbanded in 2001, but since have reunited in 2014. Never say never. Singer Greg Dulli has a decent voice at times, but sometimes he sounds strained and I find it irritating. The music is […]

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#729 Alice in Chains – Dirt

Alice in Chains is one of those groups I have heard of more than I have actual heard. They were one of the biggest selling acts of the 90s and their second album Dirt is their biggest selling album to date. I was more into Nirvana for my grunge fix. I would say that this […]

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#686 Nirvana – Nevermind

I think everybody remembers when they discovered Nirvana and heard their second studio album Nevermind, which slowly exploded into our lives in 1991. It was released in 1991, but it peaked at number one on January 11, 1992. It was like a bride’s list of “Something Old, Something New, Something Borrowed, Something Blue.” It had that feeling […]

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1001 Albums #49

The Sonics‘ !!!Here Are The Sonics!!! is the original grunge and punk band album of the 60s. I have never heard of them, but many punk bands and grunge bands named them as an influence. Kurt Cobain was influenced by them. Both bands are from the Washington state. The difference is one band hit it big […]

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