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Guitar Anthems of the '90s

Artist Song Buy
Pearl Jam  Alive   buy on itunes
Metallica  Enter Sandman   buy on itunes
Soundgarden  Rusty Cage   buy on itunes
Lenny Kravitz  Are You Gonna Go My Way   buy on itunes
Rage Against the Machine  Bulls On Parade   buy on itunes
Green Day  Longview   buy on itunes
Red Hot Chili Peppers  Suck My Kiss   buy on itunes
Smashing Pumpkins  Bullet With Butterfly Wings   buy on itunes
Alice In Chains  Man In the Box   buy on itunes
Stone Temple Pilots  Plush   buy on itunes
Weezer  Buddy Holly   buy on itunes
Marilyn Manson  The Beautiful People   buy on itunes
Oasis  Champagne Supernova   buy on itunes
Radiohead  Just   buy on itunes
Limp Bizkit  Nookie   buy on itunes
blur  Song 2   buy on itunes
Korn  Freak on a Leash   buy on itunes
Sublime  Santeria   buy on itunes
Hole  Celebrity Skin   buy on itunes
The Offspring  Self Esteem   buy on itunes
White Zombie  More Human Than Human   buy on itunes
Anthrax  Bring the Noise   buy on itunes
Foo Fighters  This Is a Call   buy on itunes
U2  The Fly   buy on itunes
Pantera  Walk   buy on itunes
Bush  Machinehead   buy on itunes
Blink-182  What's My Age Again?   buy on itunes
Creed  Higher   buy on itunes
Faith No More  Epic   buy on itunes
Nine Inch Nails  March of the Pigs   buy on itunes
Veruca Salt  Seether   buy on itunes
The Black Crowes  Remedy   buy on itunes
Phish  Down With Disease   buy on itunes
Ministry  Jesus Built My Hotrod   buy on itunes
Steve Vai  For the Love of God   buy on itunes
L7  Pretend We're Dead   buy on itunes
Sonic Youth  Kool Thing   buy on itunes
Everclear  Santa Monica   buy on itunes
Filter  Hey Man, Nice Shot   buy on itunes
Godsmack  Whatever   buy on itunes
Collective Soul  Shine   buy on itunes
My Bloody Valentine  Only Shallow   buy on itunes
Babes In Toyland  Bruise Violet   buy on itunes
Silverchair  Tomorrow   buy on itunes
Powerman 5000  When Worlds Collide   buy on itunes
Deftones  My Own Summer (Shove It)   buy on itunes
Rancid  Ruby Soho   buy on itunes
Danzig  How the Gods Kill   buy on itunes
Slipknot  Wait and Bleed   buy on itunes
Orgy  Blue Monday   buy on itunes
Butthole Surfers  Pepper   buy on itunes
Static-X  Push It   buy on itunes
Helmet  In the Meantime   buy on itunes
Sepultura  Refuse / Resist   buy on itunes
Type O Negative  Black No. 1   buy on itunes
Buckcherry  Lit Up   buy on itunes
Screaming Trees  Nearly Lost You   buy on itunes
NOFX  Bob   buy on itunes
Monster Magnet  Powertrip   buy on itunes
Fu Manchu  Evil Eye   buy on itunes
Kyuss  Green Machine   buy on itunes
Pavement  Summer Babe (Winter Version)   buy on itunes
The Jesus Lizard  Nub   buy on itunes
Guided By Voices  Watch Me Jumpstart   buy on itunes
Unsane  Committed   buy on itunes
Superchunk  Hyper Enough   buy on itunes
Slowdive  Alison   buy on itunes
Spacemen 3  Take Me to the Other Side   buy on itunes
Seven Mary Three  Cumbersome   buy on itunes
Sleep  Dragonaut   buy on itunes
Neurosis  Locust Star   buy on itunes
The Go  Meet Me at the Movies   buy on itunes
Man or Astro-man?  Interstellar Hardrive   buy on itunes
Tom Petty & The Heartbreakers  Mary Jane's Last Dance   buy on itunes

Comment:

As the media and self-anointed "slackers" christened Generation X at the start of the '90s, hair-metal and new wave acts all but disappeared in favor of an alternative nation that elected Kurt Cobain to office. Self-loathing and scathing riffs were so prominent post-"Smells Like Teen Spirit" that [i]Time[/i] magazine printed a 1993 cover story with the headline "All the Rage: Angry young rockers like Pearl Jam give voice to the passions and fears of a generation." The twist was just how different all this huffing and puffing sounded. Spin your radio dial to a rock station at any given hour and you could hear everything from the spacey Britpop of "Champagne Supernova" to the P-funk punk of "S**k My Kiss," with traces of B-movie metal ("More Human Than Human"), rap-rock ("Bring the Noise," "Epic"), and grunge, glorious grunge (Alice in Chains, Stone Temple Pilots) somewhere in between.
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