Best release year of the nineties

Tyler Evans
Tyler Evans

Came across this top 50 list and realized how much I loved from this year. Is there a better year?

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Brody Ward
Brody Ward

forgot link
guitarworld.com/features/superunknown-50-iconic-albums-defined-1994

Henry Collins
Henry Collins

No question '97

Brody Hernandez
Brody Hernandez

Great year for Rock.

Daniel Bailey
Daniel Bailey

i don't know but jar of flies and their unplugged album are really really great i don't even like the vocal style but it really works well in this setting

Caleb Cox
Caleb Cox

Alice in Chains is one of my top guilty pleasures

Tyler Cruz
Tyler Cruz

another beaut from 94

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Carson Gutierrez
Carson Gutierrez

Alice In Chains
guilty pleasure

Kys

Hunter Scott
Hunter Scott

wtf Around the Fur came out same year as FA∞
fineyeearindeed

Brandon Parker
Brandon Parker

Alice in Chains is solidly butt rock but an excellent group nonetheless

Jack Butler
Jack Butler

1998 for me

Massive Attack - Mezzanine
Boards of Canada - Music Has the Right to Children
The Smashing Pumpkins - Adore
Placebo - Without You I'm Nothing
System of a Down - System of a Down
Bad Sector - Dolmen Factory
Cat Power - Moon Pix
Pole - CD 1
Korn - Follow the Leader
Hole - Celebrity Skin
Hooverphonic - Blue Wonder Power Milk
AIR - Moon Safari
Garbage - Version 2.0
Gas - Zauberberg

David Jones
David Jones

1994

Benjamin Thompson
Benjamin Thompson

This, although that's the year I was born so I'm strangely bias towards it. I'm sure the OP prolly would have been born in 94

Blake Bell
Blake Bell

kys pls

Jaxson Hall
Jaxson Hall

They aren't solidly buttrock though, you're being too careless with that term, it's like you don't know what makes a rock band a buttrock band.

Michael Butler
Michael Butler

HEY AH NA NAH

Dominic Reyes
Dominic Reyes

I like '94 most overall but 1995 is arguably the best year for hip-hop.

Eli Martinez
Eli Martinez

I'm a /shugazi/ fag so 91, 93, and 96 are my fav years

Robert Morgan
Robert Morgan

No, they're proto-butt rock, just like Faith No More are proto-nu metal but not actually nu metal

Noah Johnson
Noah Johnson

92, 93 and 94 were peak years in music

Julian Jones
Julian Jones

but, buttrock is just post grunge,

Kevin Ortiz
Kevin Ortiz

That's pretty spot on actually

Nolan Campbell
Nolan Campbell

1985
dunno what I like from that year

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