The 1970s were full of huge rock star tragedies. The ’80s were full of band breakups, huge accidents and the Satanic Panic. But the ’90s as a decade was a whole different monster on its own.
Of course there were other huge deaths and band breakups, singers leaving in the midst of a group’s success and drama. But there were also some major riots, huge artists trying to battle the unfairness of the music industry, rockers being blamed for catastrophes and an entire subgenre of metal spreading, ahem, mayhem, throughout Europe.
The ’90s did away with the colored spandex, the big hair and the party anthems. Seattle was now the music capital of the country, not Los Angeles. It was cooler to do less than do more, and writing songs about social issues and the world were a lot more appealing than sex, drugs and rock ‘n’ roll.
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