Yeah I do kinda like Silverchair sometimes, when in the right 90s nostalgia mood. They have some alright songs. Neon Ballroom is worth hearing at least once too.
Yeah claymation seemed big in the 90s. Tool did do the Sober video as claymation if I remember right. Which seemed like all at the same time weirdly, like 1993 or 1994.
My parents spun the Counting Crows record a lot as a kid. I think my dad really liked Mr Jones when it came out. The whole album soaked in my head over time and it's a personal classic for me knowing it from front to back so well. I picked up their 2nd album "Recovering the Satellites" in the late 90s sometime too and it might be even better for me some days, although a lot longer. That one holds up very well too.
Can only imagine the Maxwell's dance. Sounds funny.
Yeah I never really liked No Doubt but they don't annoy me as much these days for some reason. Was never a fan of that faux -reggae ska shit either although I do like Sublime a lot for some reason..maybe one of those "guilty pleasures" as I wouldn't wanna hang around Sublime fans or anything.
Weird Al's parody =
Tag Team is so dumb but for some reason so fun and cool to listen to nowadays anyways. Not sure what it is but yeah it makes me laugh with joy hearing that one
Blues Traveler - yeah it is interesting how they didn't fit the typical 90s trends . Then again Hootie was also huge in the 90s and it perplexes me how they were so popular because they were just really generic roots college rock that also didn't fit in any regular 90s subgenres/trends.
Courtney does always sound like a drunk trashy girl at a karaoke bar usually but for some reason I like her voice in a weird way I can't explain.
Interesting tidbit about Smack My bitch Up. Never heard that.
Glad I made I'm Too Sexy better for you! Always loved Third Stone, one of my fave Hendrix tunes so I couldn't unhear it since the moment I revisited the song several years ago. Same thing usually happens when I hear the You still Believe in Me piano motif from Pet Sounds.