If you’re a 90’s kids, you surely will remember these bands! We all love music and in some way music has been the integral part of our lives.

Popular music in the 90s saw a continuation of teen pop and dance pop which emerged as trends all the way from 1970s and 1980s. This was the era where hip hop grew and caught up apart from R&B, contemporary, rap and urban music.

Here are a few bands that we all remember!

What’s more stunning: that ’90s teen-grunge act Silverchair has broken up or that they had been nonetheless collectively? Either manner, at present introduced the news of the band’s “indefinite hibernation” after almost two many years. The revelation — and the reunion announcements regularly flooding our inbox — received us questioning about what number of different bands that have been lumped together under the ’90s replacement umbrella nonetheless exist in some type in these days. As far as we can inform, more of them continue to play than have (permanently) referred to as it quits, from stalwarts like Pearl Jam and pink sizzling Chili Peppers to one-hit wonders similar to Dishwalla and Primitive Radio Gods. An extraordinarily long record of nonetheless-active alt-rock bands from our early life is after the bounce.

1. 3 Doors Down
2. 311
3. Alice in Chains (reunited 2005)
4. American Music Club
5. Archers of Loaf (reunited 2011)
6. Ash
7. Better Than Ezra
8. Blind Melon (reunited 2006)
9. Bloodhound Gang
10. Blur (reunited 2009)
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11. The Breeders
12. Bush (reunited 2010)
13. Butthole Surfers
14. Cake
15. Candlebox (reunited 2006)
16. The Charlatans
17. Collective Soul
18. Concrete Blonde (reunited 1997, 2001, and 2010)
19. Cornershop
20. Counting Crows
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21. Cowboy Junkies
22. The Cranberries (reunited 2009)
23. Cracker
24. The Dandy Warhols
25. Days of the New
26. Dinosaur Jr. (reunited 2005)
27. Dishwalla
28. The Donnas
29. Eels
30. Everclear
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31. Eve 6 (reunited 2007)
32. Faith No More (reunited 2009)
33. Fastball
34. Feeder
35. Filter
36. The Flaming Lips
37. Fuel
38. Garbage
39. Green Day
40. Guided by Voices (reunited 2010)
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41. Guster
42. Helmet (reunited 2004)
43. Hole (reunited, sort of, 2010)
44. Incubus
45. James (reunited 2007)
46. Jane’s Addiction (reunited 1997, 2008)
47. The Jesus and Mary Chain (reunited 2007)
48. The Jesus Lizard (reunited 2006)
49. Kula Shaker (reunited 2004)
50. Kyuss (reunited 2010)
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51. The Lemonheads (reunited 2005)
52. Lit
53. Local H
54. Manic Street Preachers
55. Marcy Playground
56. Meat Puppets (reunited 2006)
57. The Melvins
58. Mercury Rev
59. Mudhoney
60. My Bloody Valentine (reunited 2007)
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61. Nada Surf
62. Nerf Herder
63. Nine Inch Nails
64. No Doubt
65. The Offspring
66. Our Lady Peace
67. Pavement (reunited 2009)
68. Pearl Jam
69. A Perfect Circle
70. Placebo
71. Pop Will Eat Itself (reunited 2005)
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72. Portishead
73. The Posies
74. The Presidents of the United States of America (reunited 2000, 2004)
75. Primal Scream
76. Primitive Radio Gods
77. Pulp (reunited 2011)
78. Radiohead
79. The Red Hot Chili Peppers
80. Red Kross (reunited 2006)
81. Reef (reunited 2010)
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82. The Rentals
83. Republica (reunited 2010)
84. Sebadoh (reunited 2007)
85. Shellac
86. Sister Hazel
87. Skunk Anansie (reunited 2009)
88. Sloan
89. The Smashing Pumpkins (reunited 2005; Billy Corgan currently the only original member)
90. Soul Asylum
91. Soundgarden (reunited 2010)
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92. Spiritualized
93. Sponge
94. Stone Temple Pilots (reunited 2008)
95. Suede (reunited 2010)
96. Teenage Fanclub
97. Throwing Muses
98. Toadies (reunited 2006)
99. Tonic (reunited 2008)
100. Travis
101. Urge Overkill (reunited 2004)
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