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Subject: When in 1997 did it start feeling like the actual late 90s?

Written By: 1997days on 01/08/19 at 8:42 am

I know as soon as 1997 hit it didn't just start feeling late 90s so there has to be an area of 1997 were things started feeling more y2k than mid 90s.

Subject: Re: When in 1997 did it start feeling like the actual late 90s?

Written By: violet_shy on 01/08/19 at 10:36 am

1997 didn't feel like the late 90s to me. It was more mid 90s-ish. Even the music was different than it was in 1998 or 99. 1998 felt more like the later 1990s.

Subject: Re: When in 1997 did it start feeling like the actual late 90s?

Written By: John Titor on 01/08/19 at 2:26 pm


I know as soon as 1997 hit it didn't just start feeling late 90s so there has to be an area of 1997 were things started feeling more y2k than mid 90s.


Jan 97 when the Spice girls first song debuted on MTV in the usa,  but if you want the  "REAL"
answer  September 97 when everything was in place

By September 97


- Playstation was more popular than n64
- Spice Girls were a house hold name
- 98 Degrees were on the radio
- Late 90s fashions were solidified
- Backstreet boys were a house hold name
- TRL had debuted on MTV as MTV live  (it would change to Total Request Live in 98)
- First year of 5th gen systems that overtook 16 bit gen
- Grunge was seen as washed up
- Disney channel debuted on Cable tv with no cost
- WWF debuted the Attitude era with RAW is WAr

Notes:

Britney Spears's album baby one more time was recorded during this time, the 97-98 school year she did mini mall tours

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Subject: Re: When in 1997 did it start feeling like the actual late 90s?

Written By: shadowcookie on 01/08/19 at 8:12 pm

23 October at 2:56:44 AM.

Subject: Re: When in 1997 did it start feeling like the actual late 90s?

Written By: John Titor on 01/08/19 at 9:28 pm

September 1997

Subject: Re: When in 1997 did it start feeling like the actual late 90s?

Written By: John Titor on 01/08/19 at 9:28 pm

whos alt is 1997 lol

Subject: Re: When in 1997 did it start feeling like the actual late 90s?

Written By: Jaydawg89 on 01/08/19 at 9:50 pm

Around May 1997, when Puff Daddy, The Spice Girls, Hanson and the Backstreet Boys were taking over the charts.

Subject: Re: When in 1997 did it start feeling like the actual late 90s?

Written By: Dundee on 01/09/19 at 7:47 am

February 14th since the world has never been a better place before that.

Subject: Re: When in 1997 did it start feeling like the actual late 90s?

Written By: John Titor on 01/09/19 at 12:06 pm


Around May 1997, when Puff Daddy, The Spice Girls, Hanson and the Backstreet Boys were taking over the charts.


thats also a good point as well, I was going say June 97

Subject: Re: When in 1997 did it start feeling like the actual late 90s?

Written By: fgbn on 01/19/19 at 1:06 pm

id say late 97, atleast thats when i remember the late 90s fashion started to appear
early-mid 97 still felt very mid 90s (atleast here in europe)

Subject: Re: When in 1997 did it start feeling like the actual late 90s?

Written By: 2001 on 01/19/19 at 4:43 pm

Omg if an actual argument comes about over whether it started in May 1997 or September 1997 ;D

All of 1997 is late '90s to me. Really fun year!


id say late 97, atleast thats when i remember the late 90s fashion started to appear
early-mid 97 still felt very mid 90s (atleast here in europe)


I went to Amsterdam in the summer of 1997! :D

Subject: Re: When in 1997 did it start feeling like the actual late 90s?

Written By: BornIn86 on 01/20/19 at 2:42 am

For me...somewhere in the summer. Is it me or were the pop culture changes during summers way more vivid and intense in the 90s?

1997 definitely did not feel y2k to me. I definitely think the y2k era truly kicked off this year but I think it wasn't really cemented and noticeable to most people until 1998.

Subject: Re: When in 1997 did it start feeling like the actual late 90s?

Written By: John Titor on 01/20/19 at 11:31 am


For me...somewhere in the summer. Is it me or were the pop culture changes during summers way more vivid and intense in the 90s?

1997 definitely did not feel y2k to me. I definitely think the y2k era truly kicked off this year but I think it wasn't really cemented and noticeable to most people until 1998.


Men in Black had a heavy y2k feel to it and that was in the Summer
I will say the whole y2k fashion started trickling more in late 97.

At the time I had no idea what y2k was, I thought it was the same 90s with some new changes, later in hindsight we can see that is where the y2k era started.

Subject: Re: When in 1997 did it start feeling like the actual late 90s?

Written By: mc98 on 01/20/19 at 6:22 pm

Around mid-1997 I guess? The song “Show Me Love” by Robyn sounds almost identical to “Baby One More Time” by Britney Spears.

Subject: Re: When in 1997 did it start feeling like the actual late 90s?

Written By: John Titor on 01/20/19 at 7:11 pm


Around mid-1997 I guess? The song “Show Me Love” by Robyn sounds almost identical to “Baby One More Time” by Britney Spears.


Refer to my June 97 thread

Subject: Re: When in 1997 did it start feeling like the actual late 90s?

Written By: JackSepton on 01/21/19 at 5:12 am

None of 97 really felt like your typical late 90s year, the start of that wouldve been 98

Subject: Re: When in 1997 did it start feeling like the actual late 90s?

Written By: John Titor on 01/21/19 at 11:16 am


None of 97 really felt like your typical late 90s year, the start of that wouldve been 98




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