90′s at 9 Tuesday 10/25 – Rage Against The Machine, Stabbing Westward, Alice In Chains [VIDEOS]
The 90s rocked! If you can’t remember the 90s, that’s alright…three in a row from the 90′s – 90′s @ 9 weekday mornings and night. Tuesday Mornings 90′s Recap:
Alice In Chains - Again
Off their third self-titled album, Alice In Chains, Released in 1995.
The song was nominated for the Grammy Award for Best Hard Rock Performance in 1997.
Save Yourself - Stabbing Westward
Off their third album, Darkest Days, released in 1998.
Darkest Days is a concept album made up of 4 acts, each portraying a different emotional phase gone through after a break-up. The first act (Tracks 1-4) is about sabotaging the relationship. The second act (Tracks 5-9) is about lust, hope, and longing. The third act (Tracks 10-12) is about hitting rock bottom after it's all over. The fourth act (13-16) is about recovery and self-respect.
Bulls On Parade - Rage Against The Machine
Off their second album, Evil Empire, released in 1996.
The album's title is taken from the phrase "evil empire", which was used by former U.S. President Ronald Reagan and many conservatives in describing the former Soviet Union.