- Plankeye - The Spark. Grungy, whiny 90s alternative. Still break it out and sing as loud as I can in my car on a regular basis.
- Poor old lu - Sin or Picture of the 8th Wonder (or both). To even narrow it down to 2 poor old lu albums is a shame. Seattle grunge. Good stuff.
- Five Iron Frenzy - Proof that the Youth are Revolting. Live album that allows you to enjoy the best of the best of their earlier stuff.
- Prayer Chain - Shawl.
- Ghoti Hook - Sumo Surprise. Absolutely fun, rockin' 90s punk.
- Steve Taylor - Liver. It's actually live 90s grunged up versions of several 80s tunes along with some great 90s tunes. God literally spoke to me through this album.
- The 77s - Echoes o' Faith Live. Hard one to find, but 90s unplugged versions of the several of the band's 70s & 80s tunes.
- Sarah Masen - Carry Us Through. Eclectic Coffee House solo tunes back at the beginning of coffee house music.
- Model Engine - The Lean Years Tradition. Potentially the most obscure album, but some great rockin' duets on this album.
- Dime Store Prophets - Love is Against the Grain. Rockabilly. Probably the second most obscure band, but I loved 'em.
Saturday, April 09, 2011
Ten 90s Christian Albums Everyone Should Own
Was looking through my I-pod and became heart-broken over the fact that you may not own the following albums.