Episode 3: Top 5 Albums Of The Second Half Of The 90’s

In this episode, we welcome yet another twin, Brandon! We also count down the best albums of the often overlooked second half of the decade of our youth – the 1990’s! Ah, those were good Our indie spotlight returns and this time we’re featuring Minneapolis indie folk-rockers The Absent Arch. They’re fantastic, and if you’re reading this you need to check them out.

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You can read Brandon’s, Brian’s and Erik’s picks after the break. Leave a comment with your thoughts!

Erik’s Top 5

5. “Jagged Little Pill” by Alanis Morissette

4. “Mos Def And Talib Kweli Are Black Star” by Black Star

3. “Mezzanine” by Massive Attack

2. “Endtroducing…..” by DJ Shadow

1. “OK Computer” by Radiohead

Brandon’s Top 5

5. “Odelay” by Beck

4. “Frogstomp” by Silverchair

3. “S.C.I.E.N.C.E.” by Incubus

2. “The Colour And The Shape” by Foo Fighters

1. “Third Eye Blind” by Third Eye Blind

Brian’s Top 5

5. “Life Is Peachy” by Korn

4. “Odelay” by Beck

3. “Evil Empire” by Rage Against The Machine

2. “Aenima” by Tool

1. “Fashion Nugget” by Cake

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4 Responses to “Episode 3: Top 5 Albums Of The Second Half Of The 90’s”

  1. I have to say I am disappointed in some of the choices made on this episode. Anytime Cake is a Number 1 on anything, something has gone horribly wrong. (not to mention third eye blind, ew)

    If I were to put together a list for this one it would look like this:
    5. Odelay by Beck
    4. The Soft Bulletin by The Flaming Lips
    3. In The Airplane Over the Sea by Neutral Milk Hotel
    2. OK Computer by Radiohead
    1. The Score by The Fugees.

  2. Yeah, well… that’s like… your opinion, man.

  3. Actually I’d agree with your list for the most part. 2 in particular I didn’t know existed until about 3 years ago, so I couldn’t justify putting them on my personal list, since in the late ’90’s I was listening to the likes of Cake, Korn, Rage, Radiohead, etc. Just saying, I’m way more right.
    BTW thanks for the comment, hope to have you as a guest twin sometime soon 🙂

  4. No.

    Third Eye Blind’s “Third Eye Blind” was one of the best albums ever. Period.

    The person who included it on their list “gets it”.

    ESPECIALLY if you’re in your mid-twenties, when at the time that album was out alt-rock was a stepping stone into bigger, better things.

    “How’s It Gonna Be” was a pop masterpiece that managed to present dynamic brilliance as well as well-thought out allegorical lyrics.

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