Ok, this is the third installment of videos of my favorite groups from the 1990′s. You can check back here and here for my previous picks. This week, Henry Rollins, the Crystal Method and a bunch more from the 1990′s.
First, Henry Rollins, formerly of the 1980′s Hardcore band Black Flag went solo in the 1990′s and gave himself a name for his spoken word tours. But he always stayed close to his musical roots and this is one of my favorite songs, “Low Self Opinion”.
One of my favorite from the 1990′s has to be White Zombie. This is “More Human Than Human”. This totally rocks.
Time for some electronic music and we go to The Crystal Method with “Name of the Game”.
Here’s The Chemical Brothers with “Block Rockin Beats”.
Here’s 2:01 of pure ecstasy, at least for me. Blur and “Song 2″.
Now I’ll slow it down a bit with The Verve and the cover of the Rolling Stones’ “Bittersweet Symphony”. You may remember this was used in the great movie “Cruel Intentions”.
I’ve been downhearted baby. Yes, it’s Primitive Radio Gods sampling B.B. King in “Standing Outside a Broken Phone Booth (with money in my pocket)”.
Let’s go to Jewel whom I saw in Providence at the old Lupo’s (and I have the picture from the meet & greet with her to prove it). This is so much different from “Intuition”. This is what made her famous, her folksy “Who Will Save Your Soul”.
And that will do it. I’ll have more videos next week including the Offspring, Red Hot Chili Peppers, Blink 182 and a bunch more.