Posts tagged with 90s
Reuniting with Brian Eno for the first time since the 70s, David Bowie created ‘1. Outside’, a complex work in which murder becomes an ‘art’.
A gloriously spacey trip, Tori Amos’ ‘To Venus And Back’ album found the singer exploring ‘the conscious and unconscious feminine’.
An evocative picture of life in 90s New York City, The Notorious B.I.G.’s debut album, ‘Ready To Die’, introduced a vital voice in hip-hop.
With ‘Bilingual’, Pet Shop Boys took their time and looked further afield for the most diverse album of their career to date.
Refined and more accessible than the band’s debut album, ‘Tin Machine II’ deserves far greater recognition among David Bowie’s work.
The Blur vs Oasis battle became one of pop music’s greatest ever skirmishes. But who won the “Battle Of Britpop”?
Released years after his dispute with Warner Bros, ‘The Vault… Old Friends 4 Sale’ hinted at some of the paths Prince could have taken.
Raw, confessional and heartfelt, the best Tori Amos songs take the listener on emotional journeys through the weightiest subjects.
Though the ‘Graffiti Bridge’ movie found Prince revisiting his ‘Purple Rain’ era, its soundtrack album offered a path to what lay ahead.
Released after Prince changed his name to the ‘Love Symbol’, the ‘Come’ album stands as a misunderstood highlight from his 90s output.
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