The CDP’s Top 150 Albums Of The 90’s (#40-21).

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40. Radiohead – OK Computer (1997)
39. ALL – Allroy Saves (1990)
38. Beastie Boys – Ill Communication (1994)
37. The Weakerthans – Fallow (1997)

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36. Metallica – Metallica (1991)
35. The Ataris – Anywhere But Here (1997)
34. The Smashing Pumpkins – Mellon Collie And The Infinite Sadness (1995)
33. The Sundays – Reading, Writing And Arithmetic (1990)

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32. Foo Fighters – The Colour And The Shape (1997)
31. Lifetime – Jersey’s Best Dancers (1997)
30. Dr. Dre – The Chronic (1992)
29. Ben Folds Five – Whatever & Ever Amen (1997)

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28. Cake – Fashion Nugget (1996)
27. Ash – 1977 (1996)
26. Nine Inch Nails – The Downward Spiral (1994)
25. The Promise Ring – Very Emergency (1999)

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24. Rage Against The Machine – Rage Against The Machine (1992)
23. The Suicide Machines – Destruction By Definition (1996)
22. Bone Thugs-N-Harmony – E.1999/Eternal (1995)
21. Algebra One – Earn Your Halo (1996)

Thanks for reading. Sound off in the comments section, enjoy your day and check back tomorrow, as we conclude the Top 150 Albums Of The 90’s.

3 thoughts on “The CDP’s Top 150 Albums Of The 90’s (#40-21).

  1. I had a 4' x 6' poster of the Destruction by Definition cover for most of college. It sadly was torn in two during a party when a friend of mine tripped and tried to catch himself.

    My #1 choice for an entrance song would be “Hey” – I'd slow-walk the intro then bust into a wicked skank 40 seconds in. I don't know when, but I am going to make that happen someday…

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  2. It almost wants to make you be a pro wrestler for just one night.

    I have a couple more ska albums in the Top 20; it's 100% my opinion of course, but I hope you all enjoy.

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