Top 10 albums of the 90's

A Listmania! list by Wee Jimmy (Tring, Hertfordshire United Kingdom)
 
OK Computer
1.  OK Computer by Radiohead
The list author says:
  "An absolute masterpiece, Radiohead's blackly humorous look at the modern world has to come top."
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Achtung Baby
2.  Achtung Baby by U2
The list author says:
  "Anticipating many musical trends of the decade, U2 successfully reinvented themselves - with dazzling results."
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Nevermind
3.  Nevermind by Nirvana
The list author says:
  "Choons - Check, riffs - check, angst - check! This album was a template for many poor imitators (I'm talking to you, Scantlin), but the original is really, really cool."
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Mellon Collie And The Infinite Sadness
4.  Mellon Collie And The Infinite Sadness by Smashing Pumpkins
The list author says:
  "Wow. Whatever these guys were on, I don't want any. Possibly the most ambitious album ever made, when it delivers, it stuns (and when it doesn't, it's piss-funny)."
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Automatic for the People
5.  Automatic for the People by R.E.M.
The list author says:
  "I don't say 'spectral beauty' a lot, because it makes me sound like a pretentious idiot, but perhaps I can make an exception for this..."
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The Holy Bible
6.  The Holy Bible by Manic Street Preachers
The list author says:
  "Thin, bleak, and very, very, dark, but with such amazing melodies that you keep coming back for more, this is a true alternative classic."
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(What's the Story) Morning Glory?
7.  (What's the Story) Morning Glory? by Oasis
The list author says:
  "I often sneer at Oasis, but here they really were as good as they still think they are. Combining swagger and pathos, every song is a classic (no, really)."
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Californication
8.  Californication by Red Hot Chili Peppers
The list author says:
  "I cannot think of anybody who dislikes this album. With less of the funk and more of the tunes, RHCP made their first undisputed classic. And they've just surpassed it. What a cool band."
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Different Class
9.  Different Class by Pulp
The list author says:
  "Jarvis Cocker is the MAN, as all those who went to the Carling festival will testify. With Common People, Disco 2000 and Sorted for E's and Wizz, this album really is in a 'Different Class' (geddit?)."
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Aenima
10.  Aenima by Tool
The list author says:
  "He he he he... Pretentious? Yes, but you have to admire the musicianship... and the heaviness... and that recipe for the cake in German chanted over the industrial soundscape."
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