In no particular order: Nirvana Nevermind- Come on, who doesnt own this? If you went to high school in the 90's, it was a must own. Grunge Rock. Pearl Jam- Pick one, you know you heard way too much of this band, but some of the songs were pretty good. Go, EvenFlow, Daughter etc. Beatles Anthology 3- This album was a revolution. I remember picking this album up back when I only had one Beatles boot. Eric Clapton From The Cradle- God plays the blues. A full album of blues covers, and I can't imagine the originals being any better. Counting Crows August and Everything After- Classics like Mr. Jones and Me and Perfect Blue Buildings. Good, mellow rock. Hootie and The Blowfish Cracked Rear View- Who didn't roll the windows down and fly down the highway with this album cranked up on a hot spring day? They may have been a one album wonder, but it's not a bad album, at least 4 or 5 hits. Smashing Pumpkins The double album I cant remember the name of with all the cool songs. You know the one. R.E.M. Monster- This album is a bit underrated, but it is the best album R.E.M. has put out in quite a while. Tom Petty Wildflowers- This album IS mellow rock on a sunny day. The whole album is perfect. It's good to be king. Alanis Morrisette Jagged Little Pill- I am sure I will get shot down for picking this album, but there really is not a bad song on the whole album. One of the first times I heard her first hit, I was sitting in the car with some friends and we just sat quietly, in shock. A woman with balls. Let see your list of favorites from the 90's. Try to pick albums that defined the 90's or introduced a new sound. Almost all of the songs on all these albums bring back memories of something cool.