Top 11 Albums of the 1990s

This is a list of my vote for the Top 11 albums released in 1990.

1. Everything Sucks
Descendents
Released in September 1996 by Epitaph Records.
Produced by Bill Stevenson & Stephen Egerton.
Highlights:
Everything Sucks. I’m the One. Rotting Out. Sick-O-Me. When I Get Old. She Loves Me. We. Thank You.

2. Angel Dust
Faith No More
Released in June 1992 by Slash.
Produced by Matt Wallace & Faith No More.
Highlights:
Land of Sunshine. Caffeine. Midlife Crisis. Smaller and Smaller. Everything’s Ruined. Be Aggressive. Jizzlobber.

3. Weezer
Weezer
Released in May 1994 by Geffen Records.
Produced by Ric Ocasek.
Highlights:
My Name is Jonas. The World Has Turned and Left Me Here. Surf Wax America. Say It Ain’t So. In the Garage. Only in Dreams.

4. Pummel
All
Released in April 1995 by Interscope.
Produced by Bill Stevenson & Stephen Egerton.
Highlights:
Self-Righteous. Miranda. Long Distance. Breakin Up. Broken.

5. Mass Nerder
All
Released in May 1998 by Epitaph Records.
Produced by Bill Stevenson, Stephen Egerton & Jason Livermore.
Highlights:
Until I Say So. Think the World. Honey Peeps. Refrain. Until Then. Silence.

6. My Brain Hurts
Screeching Weasel
Released in 1991 by Lookout!
Produced by Screeching Weasel.
Highlights:
Making You Cry. Guest List. Veronica Hates Me. Cindy’s on Methadone. The Science of Myth. My Brain Hurts.

7. Stranger than Fiction
Bad Religion
Released in September 1994 by Atlantic Records.
Produced by Andy Wallace & Bad Religion.
Highlights:
Stranger Than Fiction. Infected. Marked. Inner Logic.

8. Recipe for Hate
Bad Religion
Released in September 1993 by Epitaph.
Produced by Bad Religion.
Highlights:
American Jesus. All Good Soldiers. Struck a Nerve. Modern Day Catastrophists.

9. Aftertaste
Helmet
Released in March 1997 by Interscope.
Produced by Dave Sardy & Helmet.
Highlights:
Pure. Exactly What You Wanted. Driving Nowhere. Broadcast Emotion.

10. Bark Like a Dog
Screeching Weasel
Released in 1996 by Fat Wreck Chords.
Produced by Mass Giorgini & Ben Weasel.
Highlights:
Cool Kids. First Day of Summer. You’ll Be in My Dreams. I Will Always Be There. Your Name is Tattooed on My Heart.

11. Flood
They Might Be Giants
Released in January 1990 by Elektra.
Produced by They Might Be Giants, Alan Winstanley & Clive Langer.
Highlights:
Birdhouse in Your Soul. Istanbul. Particle Man. Road Movie to Berlin.

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