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Subject: Things that defined the short-lived late 90s era

Written By: Early2010sGuy on 10/19/19 at 8:39 pm

This is mainly for September 1996 to August 1998. If there are some that I missed, let me know. What do you guys think of this short era?

-Space Jam
-Titanic
-Men In Black
-A Bug's Life
-Scream
-Daria
-Dexter's Laboratory
-South Park
-King of the hill
-Hey Arnold
-Hip Hop R&B songs like No Diggity and Too Close
-Post Grunge/Soft-Rock Songs like Semi-Charmed Life, Torn, MMMBop, and Iris
-Murder of 2Pac, shift in Hip Hop to the East Coast
-Spice Girls
-NSync
-Backstreet Boys
-Nintendo 64
-Playstation 1
-Tomb Raider
-Crash Bandicoot

Extend this list, c'mon guys!  :D

Subject: Re: Things that defined the short-lived late 90s era

Written By: yelimsexa on 10/21/19 at 6:41 am

Kenan N' Kel
3rd Rock From The Sun
Spin City
Cosby (late '90s version)
Figure It Out
All That still in its golden age
Kablam!
Power Rangers Zeo, Power Rangers Turbo, and Power Rangers: In Space
Big Bad Beetleborgs and Beetleborgs Metallix
Beanie Babies
Shania Twain's peak of popularity as a crossover country pop artist
Third Eye Blind
Virtual pocket pets
Zoog Disney (continues into the Y2K era)
Riverdance
28.8K modems
Zip floppy disk drives (continues into Y2K era)
The first DVDs, but VHS still rules

Subject: Re: Things that defined the short-lived late 90s era

Written By: Early2010sGuy on 10/21/19 at 5:17 pm


Kenan N' Kel
3rd Rock From The Sun
Spin City
Cosby (late '90s version)
Figure It Out
All That still in its golden age
Kablam!
Power Rangers Zeo, Power Rangers Turbo, and Power Rangers: In Space
Big Bad Beetleborgs and Beetleborgs Metallix
Beanie Babies
Shania Twain's peak of popularity as a crossover country pop artist
Third Eye Blind
Virtual pocket pets
Zoog Disney (continues into the Y2K era)
Riverdance
28.8K modems
Zip floppy disk drives (continues into Y2K era)
The first DVDs, but VHS still rules


Nice, btw, what did you enjoy more, the Late 90s or Y2K era?

Subject: Re: Things that defined the short-lived late 90s era

Written By: wagonman76 on 10/22/19 at 12:43 am

ICQ, chatrooms
AOL, Lycos, Excite, Angelfire, Hotmail, Yahoo.  Google wasn't quite here yet.
Tubthumpin
OBD2 becomes standard in cars, also major redesign/retirement of many lines due to the new requirement of side door beams.
On a local level, a fireworks launch area exploded into the crowd in 1997, and pretty much all the fireworks events around here changed how they did things after that.
Amazon was just a bookstore

Subject: Re: Things that defined the short-lived late 90s era

Written By: MichaelBurton69 on 10/22/19 at 12:15 pm

AOL and Yahoo
PS1/N64 Era
Dial up Internet
Bill Clinton/Monica Lewinsky Scandal
Last era where VHS were clearly the standard
One of the last era where Cells Phones weren't that common
The beginning of Cartoon Network prime years/ last years of the Golden age era for Nickelodeon
The last years during the Disney Renaissance era
The era of Economic prosperity and peace
The transition from the Gangster Rap/Grunge era to the teen pop/band era

Subject: Re: Things that defined the short-lived late 90s era

Written By: Early2010sGuy on 10/22/19 at 6:17 pm

Great lists! So what did you guys enjoy more? This short lived era or the Y2K era?

Subject: Re: Things that defined the short-lived late 90s era

Written By: Philip Eno on 10/24/19 at 3:43 am

In August and September 1997, the sad demise of Princess Diana in a car crash in Paris, France, and on the same day of her funeral in London, England, Mother Teresa died in India.

Subject: Re: Things that defined the short-lived late 90s era

Written By: DisneysRetro on 10/25/19 at 1:38 pm

https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=bC7V9dn1rC8 This sound started to be the pinnacle of late 90’s and early 2000’s rnb. I think this sound in rnb started the y2k rnb pop sound This was released March of 1998

https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=h4mjAOgHLvU
R.I.P Natina Reed.

Subject: Re: Things that defined the short-lived late 90s era

Written By: Early2010sGuy on 10/25/19 at 5:51 pm


In August and September 1997, the sad demise of Princess Diana in a car crash in Paris, France, and on the same day of her funeral in London, England, Mother Teresa died in India.


Damn that's sad  :\'(

Subject: Re: Things that defined the short-lived late 90s era

Written By: Early2010sGuy on 11/02/19 at 12:05 pm

Also, before Britney or Christina, we had Robyn!  :D Her 1997 song Show Me Love was awesome!

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