Julie Delpy Where Were You in 1995 Throwback Thursday Lyriquediscorde

Where were you in 1995?

Throwback Thursday Playlist Lyriquediscorde

Where were you in 1995?
A Throwback Thursday Playlist

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Julie Delpy Where Were You in 1995 Throwback Thursday Lyriquediscorde

“Champagne Supernova” by Oasis
“The Changingman” by Paul Weller
“Country House” by Blur
“Need You Around” by Smoking Popes
“Hand In My Pocket” by Alanis Morissette
“It’s Oh So Quiet” by Björk
“Down By the Water” by PJ Harvey
“Tonight, Tonight” by The Smashing Pumpkins
“Solitary Party Groover” by Drugstore
“Bright Yellow Gun” by Throwing Muses
“Stutter” by Elastica
“Disco 2000” by Pulp
“Fake Plastic Trees” by Radiohead
“Not a Pretty Girl” by Ani DiFranco
“My Darling” by Juliana Hatfield
“We’re the Same” by Matthew Sweet
“Misery” by Soul Asylum
“Cowboy Romance” by Natalie Merchant
“Rain” by Madonna
“Bombastic” by Shaggy
“Enough” by Dance Hall Crashers
“Spiderwebs” by No Doubt
“I Wish” by Skee-Lo
“Friends of P.” by The Rentals
“Graduation Day” by Chris Isaak
“Big Me” by Foo Fighters
“Queer” by Garbage
“Hell Is Round the Corner” Tricky
“Do You Sleep?” by Lisa Loeb And Nine Stories
“No More ‘I Love You’s'” by Annie Lennox

Where were you in 1995?

6 thoughts on “Where were you in 1995?

  1. Wow what a year that was. In college with the world waiting for me. Post grunge post Lilith Faire. Confusi g times indeed.
    Anyhow love the Oasis, Smashing Pumpkins, Smoking Popes, and Big Me. To this day I cringe hearing Shaggy. That song was beyond overkill along with that Highstepper song. It was a viral overkill for both of them. That would make the sanest person grab a rifle and climb the tower so to speak.
    And I honestly thought Morrissey was singing the first time I heard the Smoking Popes. Lol oh and you Could’ve included Soul Coughing “The Screenwriters Blues” and Catherine Wheels “Judy Staring at the Sun”. Great list and memories

    1. Oh wow…I LOVE “Screenwriters Blues” so much! And “Judy”, too. Love Tanya!

      I agree on Shaggy, but I was going for representative of the time, and familiar to my experience with what was playing around me, and in my life, too. Shaggy was in a lot of friends cars, and elsewhere.

  2. Hi again,
    Hope you don’t mind but I kind-of answer this in my own blog post which turned into a 50 track playlist so I just got a tiny little carried away! I might do this every week if can for whatever year you do because it’s so much fun! I did pingback you but should just leave a reply and say something but i don’t know what to say other than i love your blog and it’s really cool! 🙂

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