The CDP’s Top 150 Albums Of The 90’s (#100-71).

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100
. U2 – Achtung Baby (1991)
99. Goldfinger – Hang-Ups (1997)
98. Green Day – Nimrod (1997)
97. New Found Glory – Nothing Gold Can Stay (1999)
96. Brainiac – Hissing Prigs In Static Couture (1996)

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95. Dillinger Four – Midwestern Songs Of The Americas (1998)
94. Pavement – Slanted And Enchanted (1992)
93. The La’s – The La’s (1990)
92. Less Than Jake – Pezcore (1995)
91. The Promise Ring – Nothing Feels Good (1997)

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90. Smashing Pumpkins – Gish (1991)
89. Mazzy Star – So Tonight That I Might See (1993)
88. Ash – Nu-Clear Sounds (1998)
87. Mustard Plug – Pray For Mojo (1999)
86. Face To Face – Don’t Turn Away (1992)

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85. Counting Crows – August & Everything After (1993)
84. Sublime – 40 Oz. To Freedom (1992)
83. Pearl Jam – Ten (1991)
82. The Offspring – Smash (1994)
81. Samiam – Billy (1992)

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80. They Might Be Giants – Flood (1990)
79. Rage Against The Machine – Evil Empire (1996)
78. The Figgs – Lo-Fi At Society High (1994)
77. The Queers – Don’t Back Down (1996)
76. Soul Coughing – Irresistible Bliss (1996)

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75. Reel Big Fish – Why Do They Rock So Hard? (1998)
74. Nada Surf – The Proximity Effect (1998)
73. Radiohead – The Bends (1995)
72. Rancid – …And Out Come The Wolves (1995)
71. Ben Folds Five – Ben Folds Five (1995)

Thanks for reading. Sound off in the comments section, enjoy your day and check back tomorrow, as the countdown continues.

One thought on “The CDP’s Top 150 Albums Of The 90’s (#100-71).

  1. wow — some powerful albums on this list.

    I think I listened to Achtung Baby in it's every day, in it's entirety, for at least a year. It's U2's second-best album, imho (after War).

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