This year marks the 20th anniversary of two of the most celebrated albums of our generation: Nirvana's Nevermind, which many regard as "The album that changed everything", and Pearl Jam's Ten, the touchstone modern rock album. I am thankful that I am old enough to me in my young prime when this enormous rush of the music scene came in. It wasn't just the grunge from Seattle, though. KRS One, NWA and Public Enemy brought in a flood of amazing rap, and Dr. Dre's golden touch would go on to introduce us to Snoop, Nate Dogg (RIP), Eminem and 50 Cent amongst many other successes. Rave Culture and dance music exploded internationally. Industrial, Country, even eventually fucking SWING music, all hugely popular. Even my own music put out shitloads of great music I loved. There were even music videos on TV. LOTS of 'em. Music influenced the way almost everybody dressed: Grunge kids, headbangers, homies, goths, new hippies, all influenced by their favourite artists. It was a pretty cool time. Focus:Feel free to celebrate the rebirth of the music scene in the 90's, or whatever music made you first truly love music.