The main foreign rock bands of the nineties

We have collected for you the 10 most influential rock bands from the nineties. The peak of their popularity came at the end of the last century, but now they are still pleasant to listen to.

Top 10 foreign rock bands from the nineties: history of creation, members, influence on music

The nineties are peak of development rock music. Due to growth popularity rock, hundreds of young bands tried themselves in this genre. Each of the groups tried to bring something new into the music, and sometimes this led to the fact that new directions appeared in rock music.

By the end of the 90s, there were so many genres in rock that it makes no sense to list them. But we will name popular rock bandswho made a significant contribution to the music of the end of the last century.

Nirvana (1987)


Nirvana is an American group formed in 1987 in Seattle, one of the most influential musical groups in the history of rock music. Kurt Cobain, the founder of the team, still remains one of the most recognizable musicians in the world.

Thanks to Nirvana alternative music is gaining popularity. Second album titled "Nevermind" literally changed the attitude of mankind towards music. abstract Texts, real spirit punk rock - it was liked by the tired of the life of the youth of the 90s. Even in the 21st century, the compositions of the group do not lose their popularity and influence on young people.

Oasis (1991)


The most influential English rock band of the 90s. The band was formed in Manchester by brothers Noel and Liam Gallagher.

The group's music combined melodiousness "The Beatles" carelessness "The Stone Roses" was like sound on the Sex Pistols at its best. This attracted the attention of rock music lovers to the group, and the group quickly managed to become popular.

In 1997, Oasis were at their peak. They gave a concert in Knebworth Park, which was attended by 250 thousand listeners. It was a success.

Radiohead (1985)


Another British rock band, but from Oxfordshire. Throughout the existence of the group, the composition did not change, but the style of the group was subject to constant changes. The group is believed to have performed alternative rock, but sometimes the sound was more like britpop or art rock.

The group gains popularity in the 90s with the release of two albums: "Pablo Honey" and "The Bends". "Pablo honey" included the group's already classic composition - Creep.

True, the album itself was criticized for its excessive grunge sound. But the rest of the group's albums were warmly received by fans and critics alike.

Blur (1988)


British rock band from London. The band consists of vocalist Damon Albarn, guitarist Graham Coxon, bassist Alex James and drummer Dave Rowntree.

Blur are known as the premier Britpop group in the world. Because of rivalry with "Oasis" the band gained worldwide popularity. But most of all, Blur's music was loved at home.

Garbage (1994)


The name of the group translates as "trash". But the number of fans and the quality of Garbage's music do not confirm the veracity of this name.

This is one of the most listened to American rock bands. The popularity of "Garbage" came in thanks to the expressive sound, frequent experiments with sound and voice vocalist Shirley Manson. In addition to Manson, the group includes Steve Marker, Duke Erickson and Butch Vig.

Green Day (1986)

green day
"Green Day"

Punk rock band from America, the largest popularizers punk music not only in the US, but also in the rest of the world.

For the rise of interest in punk caused by their work and for the contribution of the group to its development in 2011, Rolling Stone magazine recognized Green Day as the most best punk rock band in the world. The already popular team became even more famous. Green Day now has millions of fans, some of whom have been listening to the band since the 90s.

Pearl Jam (1990)

Pearl Jam
"Pearl Jam"

Another American band that played music in the style grunge. In the first half of the 90s, grunge was one of the most popular trends in rock music, which doomed the group to a rapid rise in popularity.

"Pearl Jam" found fans after the release of the first album, and the next two came out even more successfully. Thereby success the group is considered one of the most popular American bands of the 90s.

Foo Fighters (1995)

foo fighters
"Foo Fighters"

After the death of Kurt Cobain former drummer Nirvana decided to create his own group. This drummer was Dave Grohl, and the group he created, as you might guess, was the Foo Fighters.

Dave Grohl originally planned enter to another group as a drummer, but at the last moment changed his mind and went to the studio write down songs. Grohl's music caught the attention of studios, and he soon formed the Foo Fighters. The band's music style ranged from grunge to hardrock.

Korn (1993)


"Korn.", or "KoYan", is an American nu metal band from California. The band is primarily known as a popularizer of nu metal in America. Thanks to this group, nu metal entered the mainstream, both in the US and later in the rest of the world.

Korn was founded by former LAPD members James Shafer, Reginald Arvizu and David Silveria. Brian Welch would later join them.

Vocalist Jonathan Davis became the last member of Korn. When the group was formed, he sang in bars in the group "SexArt", one of his performances was seen by James Schafer and Brian Welch. At first they did not like it, but then they decided that Jonathan sang well, and invited him to join the group. Davis agreed, and so began the Korn success story.

Three Days Grace (1997)

Three Days Grace
"Three days Grace"

Possibly the most famous Canadian rock band in existence. Group style - post-grunge.

Initially, created in 1992, the group was called "Groundswell", then in 1997 was renamed "Three Days Grace". It is believed that then the group was created. In 1997 the group was of vocalist-guitarist Adam Gontier, drummer Neil Sanderson and bassist Brad Walst.

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