Prodigy - "Breathe (Edit)" Blur - "Song 2" Third Eye Blind - "Semi-Charmed Life" Smash Mouth - "Walkin' on the Sun" Sugar Ray - "Fly" (featuring Supercat) Bran Van 3000 - "Drinking in L.A." Marilyn Manson - "The Beautiful People" Holly McNarland - "Numb" Bush - "Swallowed" Matchbox 20 - "Push" Collective Soul - "Precious Declaration (Remix)" The Tea Party - "Temptation (Edit) (Tom Lord-Alge Mix)" The Chemical Brothers - "Block Rockin' Beats (Radio Edit)" Wide Mouth Mason - "My Old Self" Radiohead - "Paranoid Android" The Age of Electric - "Remote Control" Stone Temple Pilots - "Lady Picture Show"
Wow, that is a really good (and totally weird) compilation. It just goes to show how much 'smaller' music was in the 90's. A comp today with a list that disparate wouldn't exist. So many people have narrowed their field of taste down so far that the equivalent of a Chemical Brothers fan wouldn't go anywhere near the equivalent of a Manson fan.
Also: 'The Beautiful People' is an incredible song, but I wouldn't go so far as to call it 'big and shiny'.
Did anyone own the Dracula 2000 soundtrack? It was my first introduction to Slayer and Pantera, and pretty much my point of no return into the realms of metal. I still think the opening of Slayer's Bloodline is one of the most sinister sounding riffs ever written.
"Ultra Mega" (Powerman 5000) "A Welcome Burden" (Disturbed) "Bloodline" (Slayer) "Metro" (System of a Down) "Heads Explode" (Monster Magnet) "Break You Down" (Godhead feat. Marilyn Manson) "One Step Closer" (Linkin Park) "Avoid the Light" (Pantera) "Otsego Undead" (Static-X) "Swan Dive" ((hed)p.e.) "Day by Day" (Taproot) "Malice" (Endo) "Blind World" (Flybanger) "Sober" (Half Cocked) "Your Disease" (Saliva)
It's crazy that so many people had Tubthumper but were never compelled to find any other Chumba records.
I owned Tubthumper for like six months before I realized that the song 'Tubthumping' was a thing and that people were already over it. By that time, I was fucking obsessed with that record and I was all over it when they released their follow-up.