The second best era ever, the first being the 80s. In the 90s, Grunge was born, and men weren't afraid to wear ponytails. The infamous Furby doll was very popular in the 90s, as was the battle of the baggy pants rappers: MC Hammer Vs. Vanilla Ice.
I Love the nineties.
man, the nineties are the shit! Grunge was born, flannel shirts, dirty hair, and music one of a kind. It has something special. The nineties were the best and there will never ever be an era like that! It was so good, I'm obsessed. Music was different (as in good, and a hell of a lot better than now) and it brings back memories.
aha.. I LOVE the nineties!
the nineties fucking rock!
prep: ninties suck!
me: fuck u, how would u know?
prep: they did
me: I'll kick u r ass, run away before I strangle you with a flannel shirt!
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From the Calvin Harris song "Acceptable in the 80s", used to define something that is cool, because its retro. Can also be used in reverse as an insult
"I love the NES, That was acceptable in the 80s"
"Your face wasn't acceptable in the 80s"
Often intersecting with dadrock, VH1-core can be described as any artist that's practically worshipped on a VH1 special, such as I Love the 70s/80s/90s, or any Top 100 countdown. Bands in this genre often have merchandise sold in any and every popular clothing store.more...
Fans of VH1-core are people that listen to the most popular music from an era without realizing that the era (such as hair metal or grunge) is dead, there is still good music being made nowadays aside from the same ten artists mentioned, and that it can be found if they actually bothered to look for it instead of listening to the same rock radio stations until the end of time.
Though VH1-core is not synonymous with dadrock, many dadrock bands are revered by VH1 programming, inciting the comparison. Modern bands referred to as VH1-core can include Foo Fighters, Rob Zombie, Marilyn Manson, The White Stripes, Wolfmother, Audioslave, etc.
Related terms include JCPenney-c...
A gorgeous, conservative, Christian artist who sings and plays guitar, and was born during the very early 1960s in Augusta, Georgia. She began her career and ascent into the Contemporary Christian Music world in the late 1970s. By the early 80s, she was a superstar. Finally, in 1985, secular music record producers were forcing record companies to let her make a secular, mainstream album. It was a great success; Unguarded was released that year and spawned the hits "Find A Way" and "Everywhere I Go". The following year in 1986 saw the release of Amy's first compilation: Amy Grant - The Collection. It included two new secular songs and every other secular and Christian hit to date, including "My Father's Eyes", "El Shaddai", "Sing Your Praise To The Lord", "Emmanuel", "I Have Decided", "Thy Word", and "Angels".more...
Amy reverted back to Christian music in 1988's album Lead Me On, which produced a new hit of the same name. However, with the dawn of the 90s, Amy was once again encouraged and influenced to make more mainstream secular pop. In 1991, she released Heart In Motion, probably her most successful album ever. It produced FIVE incredible hit songs that ruled the airwaves.
Today she lives in Nashville, Tennessee with her husband, Vince Gill. With over a dozen albums and two compilations to call her own, she has been one of the greatest musicians ever in the history of the world, whether s...
A bhangramuffin is a person of Indian or Pakistani origin who speaks in an Estuary accent, wears sportswear or clothing that went out of fashion in the 90s and often has a taste for Asian girls, known as the 'rasmaloi', but is rarely rewarded for his efforts. First found in Goodness Gracious Me in the Bhangramuffin sketch.
"Why you going after them rasmaloi, man?"
"Because I'm absolute besty. I'm a bhangramuffin!"
A kick-ass game from back in the day. Crazy Taxi for:
1.) Being a kick-ass game
2.) Having great music such as The Offspring
I love the music on Crazy Taxi!