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    Default Rolling Stone's Worst songs of the 90's

    Never thought Rolling Stone would ever put out a list I'd agree with 100%.

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    I agree, but I still likes me some Ice, Ice Baby.

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    I believe the term is "target rich environment"

    I'm not sure it would be even possible to put together a list of the worst songs of the '00s without it being encyclopedia sized.

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    Didn't read the whole list, but didn't have to. I'm hard-pressed to come up the
    ten best songs of the 90s.

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    The one I highly disagree with is 4 Non Blondes. To me, that song reads like an anthem for the disgruntled children of the hippie generation who were sick and tired of the happy-go-lucky hair metal days, done in the ever-popular folk rock style that seemed to be so prevalent in the musical choice of many gen-x'ers. I liked it back then, and still like it today.

    As a side note, one of the things I find ironic about that song and 4 Non Blondes in general is the fact What's Up was pretty much it for them, yet Linda Perry to this day writes some of the top pop hits for other artists.
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    Comment:Ice Ice Baby" was the first hip hop song to top the Billboard charts. The song was great and the hook was infectious. This makes one question the credibility of this poll and its respondents.


    Uhhhhhh.... Maybe because Under Pressure's whole "infectious" riff was looped for the whole damn song ya goof!

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    I disagree with putting MmmBop on there.

    Try not tapping your foot to that sucker, and they were just kids at the the time they wrote. It's good bubblegum pop, nothing to be ashamed of.
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    mmmmBop sticks in your head like PTSD

    but in a good way I think


    you have to remember who it was aimed at, and I have to say that kids nowadays have much better quality pop music produced for them than most of the stuff that was produced for us.....does anyone remember the Defranco family? Robby Benson's recording career? Kristy and Jimmy MacNichol?

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    Quote Originally Posted by VivaVH View Post
    The one I highly disagree with is 4 Non Blondes. To me, that song reads like an anthem for the disgruntled children of the hippie generation who were sick and tired of the happy-go-lucky hair metal days, done in the ever-popular folk rock style that seemed to be so prevalent in the musical choice of many gen-x'ers. I liked it back then, and still like it today.

    As a side note, one of the things I find ironic about that song and 4 Non Blondes in general is the fact What's Up was pretty much it for them, yet Linda Perry to this day writes some of the top pop hits for other artists.
    I agree......and it's not because I'm a 31-year die-hard Steeler fan. Although it is nice to have a fellow fan on the VH Links.
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    Quote Originally Posted by VivaVH View Post
    The one I highly disagree with is 4 Non Blondes. To me, that song reads like an anthem for the disgruntled children of the hippie generation who were sick and tired of the happy-go-lucky hair metal days, done in the ever-popular folk rock style that seemed to be so prevalent in the musical choice of many gen-x'ers. I liked it back then, and still like it today.

    As a side note, one of the things I find ironic about that song and 4 Non Blondes in general is the fact What's Up was pretty much it for them, yet Linda Perry to this day writes some of the top pop hits for other artists.
    I liked that CD...



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    Quote Originally Posted by Dave's Dreidel View Post
    I disagree with putting MmmBop on there.

    Try not tapping your foot to that sucker, and they were just kids at the the time they wrote. It's good bubblegum pop, nothing to be ashamed of.
    +1. The only choice on that list I disagreed with.

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    Quote Originally Posted by VivaVH View Post
    The one I highly disagree with is 4 Non Blondes. To me, that song reads like an anthem for the disgruntled children of the hippie generation who were sick and tired of the happy-go-lucky hair metal days, done in the ever-popular folk rock style that seemed to be so prevalent in the musical choice of many gen-x'ers. I liked it back then, and still like it today.

    As a side note, one of the things I find ironic about that song and 4 Non Blondes in general is the fact What's Up was pretty much it for them, yet Linda Perry to this day writes some of the top pop hits for other artists.
    Her voice was amazing. One of the best thing about the 90's is that we started getting some solid female vocal performances were hitting the mainstream. Linda Perry, Alanis Morrisette, Fiona Apple, Tori Amos, etc. These women sang with passion and, dare I say, balls.

    Today's music needs more woman like these.

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    Quote Originally Posted by E-roc View Post
    Didn't read the whole list, but didn't have to. I'm hard-pressed to come up the
    ten best songs of the 90s.
    Come on. That's not true.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Wildman View Post
    Her voice was amazing. One of the best thing about the 90's is that we started getting some solid female vocal performances were hitting the mainstream. Linda Perry, Alanis Morrisette, Fiona Apple, Tori Amos, etc. These women sang with passion and, dare I say, balls.

    Today's music needs more woman like these.
    should've been there in the '70s when we had gals like Rondstadt, Heart, Ross, and towards the end of the decade Benatar and Blondie (among others).

 

 

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