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90s Kid (Justin Miller)

On Episode #251 of Wesam’s World, we are joined by Justin Miller (aka. 90skid4lyfe)! Justin’s Instagram, consisting of over 1 Million Followers, will take you on a nostalgic trip back to your childhood. From TV shows, games, music, commercials, he’s got everything to take you back in time! Together, our duo will talk about what it was like growing up in the 90’s, how Justin started his Instagram page, and more!


The 90s – Part 2

Fire up the time machine, we’re headed back to the 90’s in a new episode of Man Of The Hour. Last week they talked life, culture and what it was like living in the age of dial up internet. This week, they’re chatting about one of the best things the decade had to offer: Music.

Listen in as Pat and Seb reminisce on all the bands they loved (and the ones they didn’t, too.) From copy cat hairstyles to movie soundtracks, they’ll tell us how the tunes of the 90’s led to their love of music.


The 90s

Jump in the delorean and head back to the 90s with Seb and Pat on the latest episode of Man Of The Hour.

This week the guys take a journey to the land before internet. Listen in as they discuss what life was like for them during the 90s. From baggy pants and band t-shirts to Hotmail and call waiting, the nostalgia is strong in this one.


HR #6: 90s Metal

Sit down… and listen as the very best of 90s Thrash and Groove Metal bands attack your ear drums. These eight bands bands had a way of getting your attention. One track from each band and you’ll know why they are the undisputed masters of metal!… enjoy!


The Radical 90s: The Ultimate 90s Mixtape

We’ve arrived at the final article of The Radical 90s. Throughout the series, we’ve revisited our favorite trends, contemplated the family lineage between the best bands of today and the kings of the 90s, chatted about our most loved TV shows, and poked more than a little fun at the eccentric qualities of the decade.


The Radical 90s: Picture Perfect

The 90s were the era of innovation. Change came quickly, and there were enough fads to fill three decades. The fashion of the day sometimes meant colorful, eccentric patterns, and at other times meant dark hues and oversized fits. Wherever you were, it never took long to come across somewhere wearing alarmingly thick makeup of the richest colors, in pursuit of being compared to Jennifer Anniston or Cindy Crawford. Leather became the fabric to beat. Music videos were in the process of killing the radio star with MTV rising to power. It almost seemed as if the visual trends of… Read more »


The Radical 90s: Sons of the Bling Age

Now more than ever, we’re feeling the impact of the 90s on our species, whether that’s due to our fondness for nostalgia or the fact that we’re just now catching onto the ideas set forth in the time. Last week, we dove into the overall influence the tectonic decade had on our species. This week, we’ll pay homage the best aspect of those ten years: the music. Because 90’s music ruled so much, many of today’s bands and artists are following in the footsteps of the legends of the decade. Genres were created and innovation was the status quo, so… Read more »


The Radical 90s: Under The Influence

Twenty-four years ago, the human race entered the 90’s. With the neon fishnets and mile-high hair of the 80’s still lingering in the distance, we didn’t have any clue about the epicness that was to ensue. The 90’s were a time for growth, expansion, and learning. Countless ideas came to fruition and many aspects of our society reached peaks we hadn’t imagined.


Punk Goes 90s Volume 2 release date, tracklisting revealed

Fearless Records have announced Punk Goes 90s Volume 2, the next installment of their Punk Goes… series, will be released on April 1. Get Scared’s cover of Lit’s “My Own Worst Enemy” was released January 7 as the album’s first single. Check out the full tracklisting! 1. Get Scared – “My Own Worst Enemy Originally performed by Lit 2. Memphis May Fire – “Interstate Love Song” Originally performed by Stone Temple Pilots 3. Asking Alexandria – “Closer” Originally performed by Nine Inch Nails 4. The Color Morale – “Everlong” Originally performed by Foo Fighters 5. Chunk! No, Captain Chunk! –

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