How do you talk to an angel? It's like trying to catch a falling star.
Um, the album was The White Room not 3am Eternal.
There was a maxi-single. Remember those? A CD full of five remixes of the same song and maybe two b-sides?
|The Townleybomb |
Note for you young'uns: Nobody considered Vanilla Ice legendary, even back then. Jesus Jones, on the other hand....
They were dripping with sarcasm during the Vanilla Ice part.
I have to agree. Vanilla Ice is very much a legend.
"When it comes to the music of the 90's, anything goes."
(Cut to Fresh Prince.)
I never noticed until now how ahead of their time the Proclaimers were with their hipster look.
This entire compilation is dripping with '80s residue. This is living in the '90s if the '90s was the tail end of 1989 to right before Nevermind came out.
My point still stands, those nerds were ahead of their time.
Now! Music that was released during this decade! Order today!
No thanks....I went to high school 90-94....I had enough of this shit to last me a few lifetimes.....
You Oughta Know you're Tearin' Up My Heart. I'm not sure I can Shine like a Genie in a Bottle with all of these Good Vibrations. If I don't get outta here I'll be a Freak on a Leash in a state of Virtual Insanity. No more Run Around. This is How We Do It. You Get What You Give. I'll not Linger any longer.
What? No Israel Kamakawiwo'ole? This album is bullshit, my friend.
NONE of these artists are lyrical gangsters.
Big Shaq. Can we rock? What's up doc.
five stars for including Rico Suave on the cd
The sound of Cypress Hill has aged well, I'd say.
"Songs you just can't live without" - cuts to MC Hammer.
Of all of the performers on this list I only bought one CD of any of them.
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