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After the second half of the 1980s had been dominated by commercial pop and cheap dance acts, the 1990s started highly promising. AC/DC’s The Razor’s Edge, Nirvana’s Nevermind, Metallica’s Black Album, Guns N’ Roses’ Use Your Illusion I & II, and U2’s Achtung Baby marked the return of great handmade music and greatly produced albums.

But the positive momentum rapidly vanished, and the 1990s will finally be remembered for teen pop, dance, techno, boy bands and girl groups, as well as for vocal driven songs. If we take a look at the numbers from the Rolling Stone Magazine’s Top 500 once more, then we’ll see another drop from 11.4% to only 4.4%, which means that music quality again went down, this time by a factor of about 2.6 within only 10 years, which is even worse than the previous drop in the 80s.

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