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1 minute ago, Al_4_ISU said:

I love 90's Neil.  Never been able to get into 90's Dylan as much as others.

He had a string of four or five records there that were as good as any of his late 60s/70s stuff, and it felt relevant at the time since so many younger acts were pointing to him as an influence.  Hell, Pearl Jam did a whole record with him.  

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Just now, Chad Fuck said:

He had a string of four or five records there that were as good as any of his late 60s/70s stuff, and it felt relevant at the time since so many younger acts were pointing to him as an influence.  Hell, Pearl Jam did a whole record with him.  

I agree completely.  "Fuckin' Up" is in my Neil Young Top 5.

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12 minutes ago, Al_4_ISU said:

I agree completely.  "Fuckin' Up" is in my Neil Young Top 5.

Word.  Followed closely by this one:

 

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8 minutes ago, smuggs said:

Fun fact - 90's Bob Dylan co-wrote this Michael Bolton song:

https://bob-dylan.org.uk/archives/8221

 

 

Oof.  I heard those Casio keyboards and I gotta take a Lactaid to deal with the overdose of cheese.

That aside, I think "To Make You Feel My Love" was a fantastic song.  

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John Frusciante - Ants

 

 

Hoop There It Is - Rockets Championship Remix

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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5 hours ago, Chad Fuck said:

He had a string of four or five records there that were as good as any of his late 60s/70s stuff, and it felt relevant at the time since so many younger acts were pointing to him as an influence.  Hell, Pearl Jam did a whole record with him.  

i have that Mirror Ball CD. A couple of really good songs on there. Problem is the recording was so poorly done. These two are my favorites, but again poor recording.

 

 

Edited by Dolemite

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54 minutes ago, Patricio Swayze said:

Goddamnit y’all. This isn’t the “put 90s songs here” thread. Best does not include 311, amongst others. 311? Godfuckingdamnit.

You have to admit that's the best 311 song.

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54 minutes ago, Patricio Swayze said:

Goddamnit y’all. This isn’t the “put 90s songs here” thread. Best does not include 311, amongst others. 311? Godfuckingdamnit.

I second the motion!

In all fairness, I had a fucking gorgeous stripper tell me all about the reasons she liked to dance to 311's cover of "Love Song".  I can't hear that song without seeing her, a lot of her.  In very specific ways.

 

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Also mea culpa I posted a Bloodhound Gang song....  let's try to be a little less judgmental.   There are a couple of songs I saw on this thread I checked out....  not a genre I was into....   

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Also mea culpa I posted a Bloodhound Gang song....  let's try to be a little less judgmental.   There are a couple of songs I saw on this thread I checked out....  not a genre I was into....   

I only recognize two genres: good and bad. 311 is bad. The frat rock probably belongs in the Cowboys being kicked off campus thread.

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2 minutes ago, Patricio Swayze said:


I only recognize two genres: good and bad. 311 is bad. 

 

I heard somewhere that 311 is better than Fugazi.  Is that true?

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Just now, PRONG HORN said:

 

I heard somewhere that 311 is better than Fugazi.  Is that true?

Ever seen a hot chick strip to Fugazi...   if so, we need to hang out

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All BS aside I always felt like Fugazi was a commercialized version of The Dead Milkmen....  but this isn't an 80s thread

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Ever seen a hot chick strip to Fugazi...   if so, we need to hang out

This brings up a good question - what is the best stripper song...

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It's not this one... but this is a great 90's song imho....  last gasp of 80's punk....  very Rockabilly

 

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3 minutes ago, tbone_ said:


This brings up a good question - what is the best stripper song...

Asked and answered counselor!

See the spoiler...  also not 90's

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11 minutes ago, Loco said:

It's not this one... but this is a great 90's song imho....  last gasp of 80's punk....  very Rockabilly

 

The Stones did "Dead Flowers" much better.

 

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1 minute ago, Deej said:

The Stones did "Dead Flowers" much better.

But not in the 90'S

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My friend's band does a nice mash-up of the two songs.

Because it's the same song.

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9 minutes ago, Deej said:

My friend's band does a nice mash-up of the two songs.

Because it's the same song.

Like the Social D version better...  which seems crazy, but there it is

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Thanks for clearing that up for me, I didn't like the Social D version after all....   who knew?

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I remember the Social Distortion version coming out, and it bothered me for awhile. "I know this song."

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This brings up a good question - what is the best stripper song...


I could answer but it’s not a 90s song and Patricia might get mad at me.

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52 minutes ago, Ogie Ogilthorpe said:

Also an 80s cover - 1987

Yeah no kidding.  That was a thoroughly 80s cover featured in a thoroughly 80s movie soundtrack.  

I do love it, though.  Almost as much as I loved Jami Gertz at the time.

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Ball and Chain is pretty much Dead Flowers, but so are a lot of songs that kick ass (Used to Love Her by GNR comes to mind).

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