Second batch of albums from the 1990s is picked for week 2 which covers 8 to 14 April.
The Holy Bible – Manic Street Preachers (1994)
The tortured soul of Richie Edwards. Not exactly easy listening but a masterpiece.
Die in the Summertime
— Paul Clarke (@clarke371) April 8, 2021
In Utero – Nirvana (1993)
How do you follow up Nevermind? You release an album that showcases both extremes of Nirvana’s sound.
Last album and a classic.
Heart Shaped Box
Serve The Servants
All Apologies pic.twitter.com/TCvKAkZ6qo
— Paul Clarke (@clarke371) April 9, 2021
Judgment Night soundtrack (1993)
Just Another Victim – Helmet/House of Pain
Fallin’ – Teenage Fanclub/De La Soul
Come and Die – Therapy?/Fatal
Another Body Murdered – Faith No More/Boo-Yaa T.R.I.B.E pic.twitter.com/i7DSPcLP1s
— Paul Clarke (@clarke371) April 10, 2021
Kerbdog – Kerbdog (1994)
End of Green
— Paul Clarke (@clarke371) April 11, 2021
Day L The Breeders
Last Splash – The Breeders (1993)
No Aloha pic.twitter.com/7qqt3EyyUb
— Paul Clarke (@clarke371) April 12, 2021
Monster – REM (1994)
The album that finally got me into the band.
What’s The Frequency, Kenneth?
Crush With Eyeliner
Circus Envy pic.twitter.com/fKskYJAPeW
— Paul Clarke (@clarke371) April 13, 2021
Nevermind – Nirvana (1991)
The album that changed everything for me.
Come As You Are
— Paul Clarke (@clarke371) April 14, 2021