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I Love the 90s MC thread

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by JJandJanice, Jul 20, 2008.

  1. The Shoe Fairy

    The Shoe Fairy Active Member

    All this Nogastalgia I get out of the 90s I find is often activated via music. Esp. The Who, Aerosmith, Lou Reed / The Velvet Underground, Daft Punk, Pet Shop Boys,Cher, The Cure and most of all Leonard Cohen. These artists tend to remind me of my childhood in the 90s, despite very few came out of the 90s. But they embody the atmospher of how I felt then, and where I used to live. I think watching SST did something for me too. Everytime I think of the 90s, I can't help but think of New York. The 90s SST I saw I think really influenced me in the way that I will always see New York, Esp. The Bronx/ Brooklyn / Manhattan are all inside of me, and I shall always see ALL of NYC as an idylic place because of that. And of that, I am forever greatful. The Tv is the other thing that really does me in. Watching SST does that, as does some other shows I remember from when I was little.

    Maybe I wrote all of my feelings just then because I am listening to Leonard Cohen.:cool:
  2. Kiki

    Kiki Active Member

    Yeah, I mean, I'm the exact same. During the 1990s, I actually never listened to 90s music (there's some good stuff, but there's quite a bit that just didn't appeal to me I guess), I listened to the stuff my folks prolly listened to at my age (or a little older in their case, I s'pose). I grew up listening to a bit of classical, movie scores (like John Williams' stuff), some 80s (esp. Spandau Ballet), a little bit of 70s (Pink Floyd, Rick Wakeman), but mostly 1960s music, during the mod/flower-power era (...that explains a lot!), like: Jimi Hendrix, The Who, The Doors, Scot Mac The Small Faces... stuff like that, good stuff. And still whenever I hear them it still Takes Me Back. =D The weird thing is, I may hear a song and go, "This song reminds me of the time..." and I only heard it last year. And, even weirder yet, I may hear a song I've never heard in my life (and "oldish" song) and I'll think, wow... this song really brings back memories... it's really odd, as though somebody else's memories are imprinted in my brains, gah. Sorry if I'm confusing anyone. XD

    Yeah, I did watch a lot of TV as a kid, but I think it inspired me a lot, with my art and the like. Even if it's just 10 yeas old, it's still interesting to see how far we've come since then, and the culture at the time and the like.
  3. bazooka_beak

    bazooka_beak Active Member

    I know I listened to Alanis Moriesette (probably spelled that wrong :p) and No Doubt, but I don't have huge memories of going out and buying tons of CDs. I was really more about movies and such. But I was a 90s teen, and still watched cartoons. I wasn't so much into "teen culture" at that time.
  4. Kiki

    Kiki Active Member

    Actually, I quite like Alanis Morrisette (dunno I ya spell it! XD) and No Doubt. They were good artists from the 90s. I didn't mind the grunge stuff, either.
  5. ryhoyarbie

    ryhoyarbie Well-Known Member

    There's some 90's bands/singers that wre great. Ace Of Base was really popular, along with MC Hammer (the man had some great hits), Green Day, Duran Duran, and others.
  6. The Shoe Fairy

    The Shoe Fairy Active Member

    I swear, I must be the biggest Green Day fan ever, I have all their albums, most of the singles and heaps of live misc. stuff. I can't wait for the new album in about a months time.
  7. Nick22

    Nick22 Active Member

    i wasnt alive for too much of the 90s, but i have an extremely good memory and i can remember so much, and it was such a fun time in my life. those 3 years were awesome. i didnt have too many friends, but i was happy anyway. i LOVED sesame street. i remember a couple years ago i was going through all my old stuff and there was so many sesame street tapes and stuff. my dad said that me and my brother used to listen to the hanson brothers.
  8. bazooka_beak

    bazooka_beak Active Member

    LOL! Hanson, my sister loved those guys. To this day I can still get "Mmbop" stuck in my head.
  9. Kiki

    Kiki Active Member

    Hmm, here are some 90s(/early-2000's, I'm young) memories. They might not apply to everyone though, because I'm Australian and we have different products and such..

    1. Being jealous of friends because they owned a Gameboy, even before the colour ones (..but I got one :D)

    2. Remembering when Pokemon was on prime-time on channel 10 (It was also on Cheez TV, though).

    3. Watching Cheez TV (now called Toasted) or The Cool Zone.

    4. Thinking putting body-glitter all over your face and "sticker" earrings on the side of your eyes were cool (I still do. Sorta XP).

    5. Having a Dollarmites account (I didn't have one, actually. But my friends did. Although I do remember the mascots).

    6. Card collecting!

    7. Simpsons comics. =D

    8. Eating Bubble-O-Bills (an icecream in the shape of a cowboy's face, and his nose was a ball of bubblegum).

    9. Eating as many Warheads as you can.

    10. The health-ed bus would visit your school, and they had a puppet Giraffe called Harold. Who never spoke.

    11. Space Jam! =D

    12. ..And Furbys!

    13. The Nesquik ads where the bunny was drinking Nesquick from a pool.

    14. Trolls dolls were popular (even though they've been around forever..)

    15. There was a Burger King very briefly in Aus.

    16. Goosbumps books and the TV show (the dummy scared me soooo much)

    17. Terry Denton illustrations in books. =D

    18. All the old shows they showed on ABC: Sesame Street, The Secret Life of Toys, The Storyteller, Widget, Lizzie's Library, Lift Off! The Ferals... and Nicktoons. :D

    19. Those slap braclets that had animals faces on them.

    20. Tamagotchi's... and, later on, Digimons.

    21. DOOZIES!

    22. Yowies and Kinder Surprises.

    23. "Cartoon gansta" tops (usually Loony Toons).

    25. "Jelly" shoes.

    26. Agro!

    27. TMNT! And Power Rangers. =D

    28. Sonic the Hedgehog and Sailor Moon.

    29. "...NOT!"

    30. Glow in the dark stickers.

    31. Disney Adventures mags. =D

    32. Push-Pops!

    33. "Hey-Hey It's Saturday" (...I remember the last ep!)

    34. Saved by the Bell!

    35. Tazos... esp. Loony Tunes and The Simpsons. ^^
  10. The Shoe Fairy

    The Shoe Fairy Active Member

    Woah. Just woahmg. Deja vu to the extreme. Was Lizzie's Library that "every day's a happy library day" theme song show? Ihave been wondering for ages.
  11. The Shoe Fairy

    The Shoe Fairy Active Member

    I think you may love the 90s if you absolutley LOVE 90s alt. music, like Sonic Youth, Placebo, Jane's Addiction, Nirvana, Green Day, Spin Doctors and the synthpop stuff like Pet Shop Boys and Cher's 90s releases. And If you are slowly covering a brand new pair of chucks with Sonic Youth motives, and Brian Molko is your biggest idol.

    EDIT: And the Beastie Boys And Blur AND The Verve ^^
  12. bazooka_beak

    bazooka_beak Active Member

    1. Yep, I had one. Got it for either my birthday or Christmas. Still have it somewhere.

    11. Boy, I do remember the hype around this one! I believe I saw it in theaters.

    12. The furby craze was CRAZY, wasn't it? Just nuts, and I still don't get why XD

    14. I had a whole bunch of those, there was a store near my house that had them all over the place.

    16. I was too old by then but my sister loved these books. I also remember going to Disney World and having my picture taken with my cousins in a "mock" Goosebumps cover (I believe it was the dummy one).

    20. I had a few of those... they didn't last long XD

    25. "Jelly" shoes are from the 90s? Must've been very early 90s, because I had those as a kid. Either that or they made some kind of comeback.

    31. Collected those :) Too bad it's long gone.

    34. Watched it every Saturday at a friend's house. Came on at either 11 am or noon, can't remember.
  13. Nick22

    Nick22 Active Member

    when i was little, which was like early 2000s but ya know, close enough to the 90s right?

    1. Tamagochies (sp?) everybody had one. everybody. i even had like 3.
    2. Beanie Babies, me and my friends had a club, and u HAD to have a beanie baby to be in it.
    3.Webkinz, which was rully recent but i thought id mention it.
    4. Full House, everybody loved that show. one of my all time favorite shows still, and im still not sick of the episodes :)
    5. Salt and Vinegar chips were the "cool" chips.
    6. American Idol, again, recent, but thought it is an honorable mention.
    7. Gameboys, ended up getting banned from school cause so many people brought them in, and then lost the games.
    8. Pajamas, everybody wore them for gym.
    9. Crocs and Jibits, the ugliest shoes in existence, but everybody loved them. and if you had them, you had to have the jibits on em.
    10. Bratz dolls, barbie turned whore, and again, recent.
    11. American Girl Dolls, nuff said
    12. Hillary Duff
    13. Jesse McCartney
    14. Backstreet Boys
    15. Troll dolls, im not gonna lie, i had tons.
    16. Goosebumps, but i never understood why, cause i wasnt too interested
    17. Pokemon, Yugioh, Dragon Ball, all those kinda shows and cards.
    18. Miniclip.com
    19. AddictingGames.com
    20. Spicy Chips they had at my school, you were cool if you could eat more than one bag without a drink.
    21. Tire Swings :) everyone loved them.
    22. Disney Channel
    23. Polly Pockets
    24. Most girls wanted to be teachers, most boys wanted to be pro football players, and who ever didnt wanted to be an artist.
    25. Everyone scared each other by telling them that Mothman was real :)
    26. Hating Barney was a wonderful thing to do

    i know i know, most of this stuff was early 2000s, but i thought id share anyway
  14. bazooka_beak

    bazooka_beak Active Member

    Oh for heaven's sake, you younglings are making me feel so old XD
  15. ryhoyarbie

    ryhoyarbie Well-Known Member

    They're making me feel old too.

    Anytime I see late 90's/2000's on there, that's past me.
  16. bazooka_beak

    bazooka_beak Active Member

    ^ We should probably both invest in a walker or wheelchair, because the same babies who were born around when I graduated high school will be teens in a few years. Then they'll say, "Ah, 2007, that was the year when... wasn't it so nostalgic? Those were the good old days". ACK.
  17. ryhoyarbie

    ryhoyarbie Well-Known Member

    I actually can't think of anything nostaglic from the late 90's all the way to now.

    Early 90's and 80's is when things were good.
  18. JJandJanice

    JJandJanice Well-Known Member

    1995 was the year we got probably one of the best animated movies of all time...

    Talking about Disney Pixar's Toy Story of course
  19. bazooka_beak

    bazooka_beak Active Member

    ^ Was it really that long ago? Geez.
  20. Pork

    Pork Active Member

    WOW...the memories that come flooding back from reading this thread!

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