Top 3 guitar CDs of the 90s

The 90s is considered to be the magical phase of music. Music reached people all over the world through cable-connected TVs. It seems that the music industry woke up with new energy. Heavy metal, hip hop, punk, rock n roll, etc. were gaining popularity. The influence of guitar on music increased. Here are the top 3 guitar CDs of the 90s.

1“The Black Album”, 1991 (Metallica)

This album was considered the band’s high point. There was a special depth and warm in their music which never existed before. The tempos were slowed down and the arrangements were streamlined. The tunes ‘Enter Sandman’, ‘Wherever I May Roam’, and ‘Sad But True’ are truly masterpieces. The album was incredibly successful and Metallica became the most famous band in the world.

2Badmotorfinger, 1991 (Soundgarden)

The songs were hard rock, but had atonal guitar noic, different chord choics and odd time signatures. Kim Thyil of the band became one of the best guitarists in the world. The rhythm section of the band was unforgettable.

3Mellon Collie and the Infinite Sadness, 1995 (The Smashing Pumpkins)

It was a double CD with 28 songs. The album was purely guitar-driven metal and quiet lullabies. Notable songs were ‘Tales of a Scorched Earth’ and ‘Jellybelly’. There are lots of creativity in their songs and people really appreciated it. The Smashing Pumpkins rose to fame after the release of this album.

If you are a guitar fan and want to learn guitar styles, then these albums have a lot to offer you. Each of these albums has used very different tones and chords of guitar. The CDs are just great to hear and it will be on the list of favorits for those who love guitar.