10 Best Rock Bands Of The ’90s

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1. Nirvana

Their raw, angst-ridden sound spearheaded the grunge movement, with anthems like "Smells Like Teen Spirit" influencing countless musicians.

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2. Pearl Jam

Eddie Vedder's powerful vocals and socially conscious lyrics resonated deeply, making them one of the most commercially successful grunge bands.

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3. Alice in Chains

Layne Staley's haunting vocals and Jerry Cantrell's heavy riffs created a dark and atmospheric soundscape that was both beautiful and brutal.

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4. Soundgarden

Chris Cornell's soaring vocals and the band's intricate musicianship pushed the boundaries of grunge, earning them critical acclaim.

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5. Radiohead

From the experimental sounds of "OK Computer" to the melodic beauty of "Kid A," Radiohead constantly reinvented themselves, becoming one of the most innovative bands of the era.

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6. R.E.M.

Michael Stipe's cryptic lyrics and the band's jangly guitars created a unique soundscape that was both introspective and anthemic.

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7. The Smashing Pumpkins

Billy Corgan's larger-than-life persona and the band's ambitious concept albums made them a true rock spectacle.

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8. Weezer

Rivers Cuomo's catchy melodies and self-deprecating humor resonated with teenagers, making Weezer one of the most beloved alternative bands of the '90s.

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9. Red Hot Chili Peppers

Blending funk, punk, and rock, the Chili Peppers brought infectious energy and undeniable talent to the scene.

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10. Green Day

From their early punk roots to their later stadium anthems, Green Day proved their punk spirit could conquer the mainstream.

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