Rolling Stone - 40 Best Records of 1994

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Rolling Stone - 40 Best Records of 1994

Postby Bang Jan » Tue Nov 18, 2014 5:49 pm

The 40 Best Records From Mainstream Alternative's Greatest Year from April 17th 2014

"At no point between "Smells Like Teen Spirit" and "Nookie" was the alternative bubble more booming than 1994. A record breaking eight alt-rock albums topped Billboard that year, and Lisa Loeb's "Stay" let alternative nation plant a rare flag atop the singles charts. The Offspring sold more of their indie label record than Pink Floyd did on their major label record. Green Day stole Woodstock '94 from Bob Dylan. New Kids on the Block broke up and Earl Sweatshirt was born. Here's the 40 best albums from the year where the losers finally won."

http://www.rollingstone.com/music/lists ... r-20140417

40 Live, 'Throwing Copper'
39 Bush, 'Sixteen Stone'
38 The Cranberries, 'No Need to Argue'
37 Various Artists, 'The Crow: Original Motion Picture Soundtrack'
36 Tori Amos, 'Under the Pink'
35 Toadies, 'Rubberneck'
34 Neil Young and Crazy Horse, 'Sleeps With Angels'
33 Soul Coughing, 'Ruby Vroom'
32 Dinosaur Jr., 'Without a Sound'
31 Corrosion of Conformity, 'Deliverance'
30 Various Artists, 'Reality Bites: Original Motion Picture Soundtrack'
29 Smashing Pumpkins, 'Pisces Iscariot'
28 Bad Religion, 'Stranger Than Fiction'
27 Sugar, 'File Under Easy Listening'
26 Frank Black, 'Teenager of the Year'
25 Rollins Band, 'Weight'
24 Rancid, 'Let's Go'
23 Korn, 'Korn'
22 Stone Temple Pilots, 'Purple'
21 Veruca Salt, 'American Thighs'
20 Helmet, 'Betty'
19 Oasis, 'Definitely Maybe'
18 Liz Phair, 'Whip-Smart'
17 Offspring, 'Smash'
16 Blur, 'Parklife'
15 R.E.M., 'Monster'
14 Sonic Youth, 'Experimental Jet Set, Trash and No Star'
13 Meat Puppets, 'Too High to Die'
12 Alice in Chains, 'Jar of Flies EP'
11 Beck, 'Mellow Gold'
10 Beastie Boys, 'Ill Communication'
09 Pearl Jam, 'Vitalogy'
08 Hole, 'Live Through This'
07 Johnny Cash, 'American Recordings'
06 Soundgarden, 'Superunknown'
05 Nirvana, 'MTV Unplugged in New York'
04 Jeff Buckley, 'Grace'
03 Weezer, 'Weezer (Blue Album)'
02 Nine Inch Nails, 'The Downward Spiral'
01 Green Day, 'Dookie'
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