#1 on the original list
Nirvana Rock music, Grunge, Alternative rock Revolutionize the Music industry in the 90's. Unique sound that was transparent. Inspiring millons to buy Nevermind. Kurt Cobain left his mark.
#69 on the original list
The Notorious B.I.G. Hip hop music, Hardcore hip hop, East Coast hip hop Greatest Rapper of All Time, and if he's not. He's damn Close. Murdered way too young and the 1995 Album Ready To Die is one of the Best of All Time!
#2 on the original list
Red Hot Chili Peppers Classic rock, Jazz-funk, Rock music Give It Away Now, off the Album Blood Sugar Sex Magic was pure gold. Not to mention 1992 Record of the Year Nominee Under the Bridge. Pure classic.
#3 on the original list
Pearl Jam Rock music, Grunge, Post-grunge Eddie Vedder and company stormed into public view with 1992's Jeremy Video. Ironically they stop making videos after that. In 1994 their Hit Daughter made a lasting impact. A Better Man was Good Too!
#34 on the original list
Alanis Morissette Pop music, Rock music, Experimental rock With the 1995 Album "Jagged Little Pill" and hit single " You outta Know" Alanis Morissette Secured her place on this List. The Greatest ALBUM of the decade.
#78 on the original list
Hootie & the Blowfish Jangle pop, Heartland rock, Rock music 1995's Cracked Rear View Album , Sold Millons and with the bonified Hit "Hold My Hand" they had the Record of the Year.
#89 on the original list
Elton John Pop music, Rock music, Piano rock A True Timeless Classic, Elton Jonh never stop Loving, or makeing great music. 1990's "Sacrifice" was the Best Song he ever did. Along with 1994's " Can You Feel the Love Tonight",
Babyface Urban contemporary, Adult contemporary music, Pop music
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