November 11, 2013 11:08
'NME Presents The 90s' compilation album released today
Blur, Oasis, Radiohead and Sleeper appear on the three-CD bumper set
The three-CD collection features over 50 of the decade's most influential artists, handpicked by NME, including tracks from definitive '90s bands including Radiohead, Ash, The Verve, Happy Mondays, Primal Scream and The Cure.
The '90s was a decade that saw a vast number of genres change the face of music forever. Oasis, Blur and Pulp helped turn Britpop into a cultural phenomenon, Radiohead reinvented not just themselves but modern pop music, hip-hop entered a new golden age via Wu-Tang Clan and The Notorious BIG, while The Prodigy, Underworld and Fatboy Slim led a dance music revolution.
NME Editor Mike Williams says: "You only need to look at how influential these artists are in 2013 to understand why the '90s were such a big deal for music, and such a big deal for NME. Every single artist on this album still resonates today, every single artist still matters."
'NME Presents The 90s' is available to order now from iTunes and Amazon.
'NME Presents The 90s'
Oasis – 'Some Might Say'
Blur – 'Parklife'
Pulp – 'Common People'
Manic Street Preachers – 'A Design For Life'
The Verve – 'Lucky Man'
Radiohead – 'Paranoid Android'
Ash – 'Girl From Mars'
Suede – 'Stay Together'
Mansun – 'Wide Open Space'
The Charlatans – 'The Only One I Know'
Supergrass – 'Caught By The Fuzz'
Cornershop – 'Brimful of Asha (Norman Cook Remix)'
Sleeper – 'Sale Of The Century'
Space – 'Female Of The Species'
Bluetones – 'Slight Return'
Lush – 'Single Girl'
Paul Weller – 'The Changingman'
The Chemical Brothers – 'Setting Sun'
Fatboy Slim – 'Right Here Right Now'
Groove Armada – 'If Everybody Looked The Same'
The Prodigy – 'Firestarter'
Underworld – 'Born Slippy'
Leftfield – 'Release The Pressure'
Saint Etienne – 'Only Love Can Break Your Heart'
New Order – 'Regret'
Happy Mondays – 'Step On'
Black Grape – 'Reverend Black Grape'
The Stone Roses – 'Fools Gold'
Run DMC v Jason Nevins – 'It's Like That'
A Tribe Called Quest – 'Can I Kick It?' (Boilerhouse Edit)
Cypress Hill – 'Insane In The Brain' (explicit album version)
Wu-Tang Clan – 'Protect Ya Neck' (explicit album version)
The Notorious BIG – 'Hypnotize' (explicit album version)
Jay-Z – 'Hard Knock Life (Ghetto Anthem)' (explicit album version)
REM – 'What's The Frequency, Kenneth?'
The Cure – 'Friday I'm In Love'
Placebo – 'Nancy Boy'
Primal Scream – 'Rocks'
Catatonia – 'Road Rage'
Spiritualized – 'Ladies And Gentlemen We Are Floating In Space'
Jeff Buckley – 'Grace'
The Lemonheads – 'It's A Shame About Ray'
Kenickie – 'Punka'
Teenage Fanclub – 'Sparky's Dream'
Echo & The Bunnymen – 'Nothing Lasts Forever'
Inspiral Carpets – 'This Is How It Feels'
Longpigs – 'She Said'
Ian Brown – 'Corpses'
The Boo Radleys – 'Lazarus'
The La's – 'There She Goes'
The Wonder Stuff – 'Welcome To The Cheap Seats'
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