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Wednesday, 9th November 2016
While most of you were in nappies in 1994, some of us were out cutting shapes in wild prints and discovering trashed denim. Grunge was king and kids would actually line up on the street for concert tickets or Soundgarden’s newest stuff. Who’s got time to play line ride these days?
Over here at GP, we take major inspo from the 90s, a decade that definitely had it all goin’ on. Check out our best of the best from ‘94.
Green Day - Dookie
The blue print for every snot nosed skate and pop punk record that followed. Billy Joe and Co. knocked out 40 minutes of palm muted electricity inspired by a lil’ bit of Mary Jane and a whole lotta boredom.
Big Day Out #3
The third instalment of Australia’s iconic touring fest was headlined by Soundgarden, Bjork and The Ramones. Seriously, where’s our time machine.
Pulp Fiction - Quentin Tarantino
It resurrected Travolta’s career, gave every girl with a white Tee a go-to Halloween costume, made QT a household name and it’s the last time we can remember Bruce Willis having hair. This movie is a total classic.
Onto the serious farshuuuuun business now. We need to talk about how the 1994 Smashing Pumpkins are nailing 2016 trends. Billy and the crew are ahead of their time in dad caps, printed shirts and summer dresses.
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Kill it. Kill it with fire.
The Oasis frontman has the fastest selling debut record in the UK, becomes the fav of Britpop and brings back giving people the forks.
Also Liam Gallagher
Dude derails Oasis’ American debut tour by abusing the crowd, forces brother Noel to quit the band (for the first time), gives a lot of people the forks.