Tag Archives: 90s

Joseph Gordon-Levitt on Jeopardy 1997

He looks like one of the Hanson twins.

Other funny Jeopardy moments.

Rave like it’s 1997

God! Raves were so retarded! Glad I NEVER went to one. No much of a dancer. From the looks of this video though, being a dancer wasn’t a prerequisite. Yikes!


Music bores me today


Nirvana Live at the Paramount – Halloween 1991
Nirvana baby all grown up
Casting call for the “Smells Like Teen Spirit” video
Kurt Cobain – The Reluctant Rock Star

Breaking Malcom

I had no idea how much I would enjoy watching Bryan Cranston act later in life.

Breaking Malcom
(via ruined childhood)

Monday Music Rewind: Maxi Priest

Max Alfred “Maxi” Elliot (born 10 June 1961) is a British reggae vocalist of Jamaican descent. He is best known for singing reggae music with a R&B influence, otherwise known as reggae fusion, and became one of the first international successes who regularly dabbled in the genre as well as being one of the most successful reggae fusion acts of all-time.

He is one of only two British reggae acts (along with UB40) to have an American Billboard number one: “Close to You” in 1990. A duet with Roberta Flack, “Set the Night to Music”, reached the American Top Ten in 1991. His duet with Shaggy in 1996, “That Girl”, was also a hit in the United States, peaking at number twenty.

The song “Close to you” reminds me of Junior High dances.

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Saved by the Bell Bath Products

Saved by the smell. 

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Remember OK Soda?

From the FW: Back in 1993, Coke attempted to connect with the disaffected members of Generation X through a soda that was just as snarky and “over it” as they were. With a trendy can designed by graphic novelists Charles Burns and Daniel Clowes, a pithy catchphrase (“Things Are Going to Be OK”) and a vaguely citrus-y taste, OK Soda was unleashed on a few markets around the country. The soda even came with a “manifesto,” with phrases like “What’s the point of OK? Well, what’s the point of anything?” printed on the can. Unsurprisingly, a soda featuring sad-looking Gen X-ers staring you down while you guzzle failed to connect with the public. Coke discontinued the beverage, but it has achieved something of a cult following on the Web.

I always thought it tasted like mop water. Not that I know what mop water tastes like. Shut up.

(via The FW)

Casting call for the “Smells Like Teen Spirit” video

Here is a vintage flyer from Nirvana asking people to show up to be in their video for “Smells Like Teen Spirit.”

Casting call for the “Smells Like Teen Spirit” video

Casting call for the “Smells Like Teen Spirit” video

(via A House of Lies)