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What is your favorite AOTY winner of the 1990’s? (POLL)
Back on the Block by Quincy Jones & Various Artists
Unforgettable...with Love by Natalie Cole
Unplugged by Eric Clapton
The Bodyguard - Original Soundtrack Album by Whitney Houston
MTV Unplugged by Tony Bennett
Jagged Little Pill by Alanis Morissette
Falling Into You by Celine Dion
Time Out of my Mind by Bob Dylan
The Miseducation of Lauryn Hill by Lauryn Hill
Supernatural by Santana
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    <p style=”text-align: center;”>What is your favorite AOTY winner of the 1990’s?</p>

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    Seven
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    Miseducation, by far

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    Miseducation of Lauryn Hill

    R.I.P Chadwick Boseman

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    Time out of my mind of bob dylan is the best one (by miles).

    Although this list is very strong, miseducation by lauryn hill and falling into you by celine dion are the weakest imo.

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    Jagged Little Pill.

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    Jagged Little Pill marked my early adolescence so I needed to pick that.

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    Miseducation, followed by Time Out of Mind(although OK Computer definitely should’ve won that year).

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    Its between The Bodyguard and Jagged Little Pill for me.

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    Time out of my mind of bob dylan is the best one (by miles).

    Although this list is very strong, miseducation by lauryn hill and falling into you by celine dion are the weakest imo.

    Imagine thinking Lauryn Hill gave one of the weakest winners..

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    The Bodyguard

    #howrudeofme

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    The Bodyguard

     

    PD: The Smashing Pumpkins should have won in 1997.

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    Hell yes, The Smashing Pumpkins definitely should have won in 1997. And while The Bodyguard’s soundtrack is incredible, I have to sadly disagree with you and say Automatic For The People by R.E.M. should have won Album Of The Year that year, because that is my all-time favorite album of the 1990s.

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    Ah the Grammys in the 90’s. The last decade I truly paid attention to the the general field. I voted for Lauryn Hill. I love Santana’s album but felt all the guest vocalists was kind of a cheat, Quincy Jones is the same thing. Also the two legends winning for live albums was also kind of a cheat too. Bob Dylan is a solid 2nd & Alanis Morrisette vies with Santana for 3rd. The rest I really don’t care much about. Cole has a lovely tribute to her father, but album of the year is a bit much. I love what Houston did with Dolly Parton’s masterpiece of songwriting but again album of the year??? No. Diva’s has always been a thing for me, but Dion is without a doubt the most annoying female vocalist to ever get that title. She is way, way dead last. Of the nominees some great work by Bonnie Raitt, Paul Simon, REM, Annie Lennox, kd lang, Sting, Beck, The Smashing Pumpkins, Sheryl Crow & Madonna were up there. Only Morrisette & Dylan were my fav choices from the nominees to win.

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