Sweet memories to remember. Train of thoughts flowing across your mind. You can vividly see in your mind those clothes that are in fashion and the music of that era still hums in your ear. The jokes and laughter of friends that made an impact in your life.
The emergence of great authors and titles flooded America and even the whole world! One such book is the Harry Potter by J.K. Rowling.
J. K. Rowling wrote her first novel. She wrote Harry Potter and the Philosopher’s Stone on 26 June 1997. This book became popular worldwide and achieved commercial success. It attracted a wide range of both adult and younger readers.
The list of music of the 90’s would be a long one, but there are some chosen ones that resonate in one’s ear, and it wouldn’t matter whatever age you are in.
Deep in your memory, a song is playing. It would be difficult to forget the soundtrack etched in that mind during your days of youth.
Bitter Sweet Symphony
A very ambitious Britpop hit of the late 90s by the British alternative rock band The Verve. Absolutely everywhere, this 6 minute long amazing lyrics became so popular.
Ednaswap was a rock band (1993-1998) from Los Angeles, United States. The band released four major labels in over a span of five years, ‘Torn’ is a song written by Scott Cutler, Anne Preven and Phil Thornalley in 1993.
Popularized by Danish dance-pop group, Aqua. The song was released in May 1997. It was the first United Kingdom release that is included on the Aquarium Album. Soren Rasted, Claus Noreen, Rene Dif and Lene Nystrom wrote the song.
This song was number one hit for three weeks worldwide! It reached No.7 in the U.S. Billboard September 6, 1997. This song is the group’s most popular song. But this song became the subject of the Lawsuit Mattel vs MCA Records.
Smells like teen spirit
A very popular song by the American rock band Nirvana as its opening track and the lead single from their second album Nevermind (1991). DGC Records release this album.
U Can’t Touch This
A hit song performed by MC Hammer that he produced and co-written. Very popular song from the album “Please Hammer, Don’t Hurt ‘Em”.
Generally loose fitting and colorful was the fashion trend of the early 1990s. If pants weren’t tapered, one will taper it a fold and couple of flips! Every sweater has a turtleneck under it.
Boys and girls wore baseball caps in so many ways.
So awesome, whether you wear it with one strap down or two straps down.
And if you wanted to be cool, you wore no shirt underneath.
Teenagers everywhere know that in school, you’re only as cool as brands you wear. In the 90s, your denim had to be Girbaud. Fancy fly required.
Was it was Kurt Colbain or was it, Axl Rose? Maybe Anthony Kiedis! Who knows who started it?
There is nothing fresher than a new pair of 6-inch wheat, and you are really a pro if you clean them with your pencil eraser.
The year 1990 was the beginning of a new decade
that had survived the neon excesses of the 80s. Then came the 90s, the generation had some of the last great multi-camera sitcoms, the best kids shows and groundbreaking dramas that were aired on network TV.
1994-2004 Friends is an American sitcom, created by David and
Martha Kauffman That was originally aired on NBC from
September 22,1994 to May 6,2004.
Pinky and the Brain
Pinky and the brain. Kids just love this animated television series.
Animaniacs is a child’s favorite animated television series.
The Golden Girls
An American sitcom created by Susan Harris and originally aired on NBC from September 14, 1985, to May 9, 1992.
the Teenage Witch. Sabrina the Teenage Witch. Another American sitcom based on the Archie comic book series. The show premiered on ABC.
Films have been made since the 1890s, while children movies that feature kids or relating to kids were made since 1930s.
Titanic is the gigantic elephant in the room, or rather, the entire 1990s. Film nerds are hesitant to put it on a “Best of List”.
Kevin McAllister taught us how to dream and scheme. He turned his toys into an effective protection device.
Dumb & Dumber
The title says it all. Dumb & Dumber is the ultimate moron comedy, a loosely series of doofus
episodes and idiotic dialogs that, ironically, achieves a sort of genius aura.
Learning from mysterious rebels about the true nature of his reality, a computer hacker discovered his role in the war against its controllers.
“The Mask”, is a movie based on a comic book that was published by Dark Horse comics.
The characters Stanley Ipkiss and The Mask are all impersonated or just
played by Jim Carrey.
The Pro Football Hall of Fame’s Selection Committee is the one that determines the National Football League’s All-Decade Teams.
Once again the Pro Football Hall of Fame’s the Committee was asked to come up with a Team of the Decade. This time around, it was clearly stated in the criteria that the only player’s performance during 1990 could be taken into consideration. The team was announced in the late July of 200 as the NFL prepared for its upcoming 81st season.
So there you are folks, the events, and happenings of the 90s,
presented in a way that touched our thoughts and sentiments.
Oh, how sweet it is to remember memories of yesterday.