Songs of the 90s
#26

Lemon Jelly were firmly a 90s band
"Soft" is a masterpiece of soft sampling
Not sure when this came out
Samples Chicago - If you leave me now. 
Which was a fudging great 70s Soul track.
Edit: damn it, came out 14 years later!
A little history lesson for all of us right there.
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#27

1992...Jon Secada - Just Another Day

https://youtu.be/Z193UHZnhB4

I remember growing up and this being on the radio...quietly singing to myself through a large cemetry walkway became an epicurean past time.
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#28

1998

Bomb20's "Field Manual" was released.  Many thoughts originally, and STILL come to mind - Crass, The Bomb Squad / Public Enemy of course, Suburban Base vibes, Jack Dangers caught in a meat grinder, Whitehouse,  ACEN,  Mariah Carey records played backwards...  

I still get it.

"Field Manual" might say a lot about me personally. At the time, it was like.. my sonic history to that point - from Run DMC cassettes, Neubauten, Bad Brains, Jeff Mills, Wax Trax! Recs 12"s, Industrial Strength Records jams,  et all -  all sort of met here for a bit.


fuck it, you know what?  20 years later (!!!), I'll still say that "Field Manual" is hip-hop done right.  






01 The Fall
02 Burn The Shit Down
03 Don't You Know
04 Ultimate Supremacy
05 You Killed Me First
06 Anyday
07 We Can Fuck
08 Donutz + Blood
09 Innocent Bystanders
10 Lory Vs Bomb 20
11 No Left
12 If I Go Down
13 Round 2
14 Made Of Shit
15 La Belle
16 Just Came Close
17 Edutainment Break
18 Dumb
19 Hoover Boogie
20 Wonda What It Takes
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#29

but I mean.. for dichotomy,   1998, "Sincere" was released. And BOTCH ripped us all a new one.    Cool?  


https://www.discogs.com/Botch-American-N...ster/72847

https://botch.bandcamp.com/album/america...d-re-issue











01. [00:00] Hutton's Great Heat Engine
02. [
04:25] John Woo
03. [
07:40] Dali's Praying Mantis
04. [
10:19] Dead For a Minute
05. [
14:06] Oma
06. [
18:47] Thank God for Worker Bees
07. [
22:45] Rejection Spoken Softly
08. [
26:29] Spitting Black
09. [
29:37] Hives
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#30

1999


https://www.discogs.com/Palatka-The-End-...ter/401496

https://www.discogs.com/Invisibl-Skratch...ase/122789







1. The State of 6pm*
2. If You're Not Satisfied with the Current Arrangement...
3. Cheering Section
4. Where the Teachers Go to Learn
5. Rate x Time = Distance
6. Palatka Kills Young Republicans
7. Matured? You Bet!
8. "Let's Have a Kid." "Sure, Why Not?"
9. Another Kind of Blacklist
10. Mark's Shit
11. Voice of the Actors
12. The Current Definition of Friendship is Sorely Lacking










01  Hip Hop Slam Intro  0:00
02  Kan't Skratch  
1:48
03  King Tut Toad Kut  
6:14
04  Woo Hah! Come On Hit. Yeah  
10:15
05  Whaddyawant?  
13:58
06  Fight Wars  
16:20
07  Wrist Wreckin' Skratch  
19:03
08  Flare Fresh Flare  
20:03
09  Very Good  
24:08
10  Tone Mind Zone  
27:51
11  Disk Disses  
31:57
12  Q-Bert Kut  
33:43
13  Hey Bro (Subliminal Message)  
34:50
14  Five Turntables, Four DJs  
41:14
15  Play It Funky  
45:06
16  Come In Doctor Benson  
47:55
17  Get Stoopid Y'all  
48:55
18  Hold It  
51:26
19  Shiggafraggatalllica  
53:17
20  King Of Rock  
55:22
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