Can you identify the artists behind these classic 90s albums in just 3 minutes? 4 years ago

Can you identify the artists behind these classic 90s albums in just 3 minutes?

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How well do you know your 90s albums?

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Anyone who remembers the 90s will remember the music. You could argue that other decades produced better music but few decades produced such an entertaining mix.

We'd go so far as to call it a golden age of music.

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classic 90s albums

Think about it. You had grunge music killing off big-hair rock, a thriving indie scene and pop music that was drawing from all sorts of influences. Dance music would become part of the establishment and produce sub genres like house, trance, drum 'n' bass and more.

Meanwhile, rap music was maturing into what would become the dominant force in modern music and producing a whole new generation of hip-hop superstars. And metal music seemed to spawn a new sub-genre every couple of days back in the 90s.

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As if that wasn't enough, you had the Madchester scene and Britpop blowing up in the UK. Not to mention the emergence of musical offshoots like garage, trip-hop, industrial, rap-rock, neo-soul and more.

classic 90s albums

Bet you're feeling nostalgic now, right? Well, we have a perfect way for you to channel that 90s nostalgia and test yourself against your best friends.

How well do you remember the classic albums from that decade? We've come up with a quiz that will test whether you can match the artist to the 90s album. And just to make it interesting, you've only got three minutes to do so.

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Good luck!

Win tickets to Electric Picnic by tuning in to the ‘Electric Ireland Throwback Show’ Live on Facebook, featuring childhood legends Don Conroy and Dustin the Turkey, on 23 August at 8pm.

Electric Ireland is the official energy partner of Electric Picnic, and we'll be bringing 90s chart sensations 5ive and S Club Party, PLUS a whole lot more, to our ultimate Throwback Stage at Stradbally this September.


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