NOTHING BUT 90s Playlist: Sept 3rd – 6th

NOTHING BUT 90s Playlist: Sept 3rd – 6th

Monday, September 2nd  sponsored by Marseilles Sheet Metal

  • No show — Labor Day

Tuesday, September 3rd  sponsored by All About Personnel

  • I Will Always Love You – Whitney Houston (I finally got around to seeing Spider-Man: Far from Home, and this song opens the film)
  • There She Goes – The La’s
  • All I Wanna Do – Sheryl Crow
  • Then the Morning Comes – Smash Mouth
  • Outshined – Soundgarden **
  • Something’s Always Wrong – Toad the Wet Sprocket
  • Mysterious Ways – U2
  • You’re a God – Vertical Horizon
  • No Scrubs – TLC
  • Joy Ride – Roxette
  • Somebody to Shove – Soul Asylum
  • Disarm – Smashing Pumpkins
  • In the Garage – Weezer
  • I Burn – Toadies

** Soundgarden is embroiled in a lawsuit with Universal Music Group over destroyed masters from the massive vault fire.

Wednesday, August 28th  sponsored by Rosati’s Pizza of Mendota

  • Jumpin’ Jumpin’ – Destiny’s Child (Beyonce is 38 today!)
  • The Day I Tried to Live – Soundgarden (guitarist Kim Thayil is 59)
  • Plush – Stone Temple Pilots
  • One (featuring the San Francisco Orchestra) – Metallica**
  • You Drive Me Crazy – Britney Spears
  • How Do You Want It – 2Pac
  • All Mixed Up – 311
  • To Be With You – Mr. Big
  • Sliver – Nirvana^^
  • Buddy Holly – Weezer^^
  • Here and Now – Letters to Cleo
  • 100% Pure Love – Crystal Waters
  • Closer – Nine Inch Nails

** Metallica are joining up with the San Francisco symphony for 2 shows to open the new Chase Center, the new home of the Golden State Warriors this weekend.  Then they’ll release it in movie theaters (see below)!  The original S&M happened in 1999.

** the song that made Rivers Cuomo go in the direction he went with for Weezer.  Prior to that, he was the lead guitarist for a metal band!

Thursday, August 29th sponsored by Electronics Junkyard

Mike Clay from the Junkyard made a wager with me about tonight’s Bears/Packers Game.  Looks like I’ll have to pay up later this season.

  • Return of the Mack – Mark Morrison  (Khalil Mack and the Bears are back tonight!)
  • I’m Gonna Be (500 Miles) – Proclaimers
  • Bohemian Rhapsody – Queen (Freddie Mercury would’ve been 74 today)
  • I Don’t Wanna Miss a Thing – Aerosmith (their only #1 single — this date in 1998)
  • I’m Too Sexy – Right Said Fred (a song that borrow from Jimi Hendrix!)
  • Killing in the Name – Rage Against the Machine (drummer Brad Wilk is 51)
  • You Outta Know – Alanis Morissette
  • The Dope Show – Marilyn Manson (his ex Rose McGowan is 46 today)
  • Losing My Religion – R.E.M. **
  • My Friends – Red Hot Chili Peppers (on this date in 1993 Dave Navarro joined the Peppers)
  • What It’s Like – Everlast

**On this date in 1991 at the MTV VMAs, R.E.M. took home a few Moonmen, Michael Stipe removed T-shirts for a cause (many still issues today), and a guest cameo from Bill Berry’s unibrow!

Friday, August 30th sponsored by Norway Kennels Dog & Cat Boarding

  • Too Much – Dave Matthews Band (song co-written by Sax man LeRoi Moore would’ve been 58 today)
  • Zombie – Cranberries (Dolores O’Riordan would’ve been 48 today)
  • Lovefool – Cardigans (singer Nina Persson is 45 today)
  • I Need to Know – Marc Anthony (is 50 today!)
  • I Try – Macy Gray (is also 50 today!)
  • I’ll Stand By You – Pretenders (Chrissie Hynde is 68 today)
  • You Could Be Mine – Guns n’ Roses**
  • Criminal – Fiona Apple
  • Machinehead – Bush>>
  • Lakini’s Juice – Live>>
  • Starseed – Our Lady Peace>>
  • Pets – Pornos for Pyros
  • Silver Springs (live) – Fleetwood Mac ++

>>a Triple-Bill tonight at Hollywood Casino Ampitheater in Tinley Park, Live/Bush/Our Lady Peace.  Tickets are still available!

**reports that Guns n’ Roses are working on finishing up a new song for Terminator: Dark Fate, which comes out November 1st and reunites the cast from T2: Judgement Day.  GnR did a song for that soundtrack too.

++on this date in 1997, Fleetwood Mac returned to the top of the charts with their live/unpluggedish release The Dance.

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