I sure do love to make lists, and here's another one. Best albums of the '90s. I'm sure to miss a few, but here's a stab (some of these are covered in the DIDs list I did a year or so ago). Note that this is not necessarily a critical list, but my favorite albums of the '90s. I have even -- get this -- attempted to rank them! Yes, absurd, I know. I came up with a lot of them though, so it would seem that despite what everyone says, the '90s weren't such a bad time for music.

30. The Jesus and Mary Chain, Honey's Dead (1992)
29. Teenage Fanclub, Bandwagonesque (1991)
28. Beck, One Foot in the Grave (1994)
27. Pulp, This Is Hardcore (1998)
26. Jonathan Fire Eater, Tremble Under Boom Lights EP (1997)
25. The Vaselines, The Way of the Vaselines (1992)
24. Radiohead, The Bends (1995)
23. Yo La Tengo, Painful (1993)
22. Blur, Leisure (1991)
21. Sonic Youth, Goo (1990)
20. Spiritualized, Ladies and Gentlemen, We Are Floating in Space (1997)
19. Boards of Canada, Music Has a Right to Children (1998)
18. Mercury Rev, Deserters' Songs (1998)
17. Tom Waits, Bone Machine (1992)
16. Sleater-Kinney, Call the Doctor (1996)
15. The Olivia Tremor Control, Black Foliage (1999)
14. The Pharcyde, Bizarre Ride II the Pharcyde (1992)
13. Helium, The Magic City (1998)
12. Palace Brothers, Lost Blues and Other Songs (1997) 11. Nirvana, In Utero (1993)
10. Galaxie 500, This Is Our Music (1990)
9. The Pixies, Bossanova (1990)
8. Cat Power, Moon Pix (1998)
7. My Bloody Valentine, Loveless (1991)
6. Neil Young, Ragged Glory (1991)
5. PJ Harvey, To Bring You My Love (1995)
4. Pulp, Different Class (1995)
3. Neutral Milk Hotel, In the Airplane Over the Sea (1998)
2. Blur, The Great Escape (1995)
1. The Flaming Lips, The Soft Bulletin (1999)