Deconstructing Leo 2.0 - 1992 Nominations - Best New Artist

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Postby leomedar » Sat Jul 23, 2016 3:06 pm

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As I am secretly updating a lot of links in my Deconstructing Leo thread, planning to restart it, and inspired by this, here I create this thread for slowly sharing my personal faves from 1980 - nowadays... so it will include my whole life as i was born sept 1979.

It will be presented in an award style but the results will be in a ranking style. IT will take time, but in a couple of minutes I'll post 1990 finalists.

Genres: Electronic&Dance, Latin, Alt&Rock, Rap&Hip-Hop, R&B, Country, Rock, Pop, New Artist
Fileds: Songs and Album of each genre, then from all the #1s I'll choose the Song and Album of the year

Hope some of you enjoy it as much as I will.

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1990 Winners

Best Dance Recording: Depeche Mode - Enjoy the Silence
Best Dance Album: Depeche Mode - Violator
Best Latin Recording: Kaoma - Lambada
Best Latin Album: Soda Stereo - Canción Animal
Best Alternative Recording: Kate Bush - This Woman's Work
Best Alternative Album: Kate Bush - The Sensual World
Best Country Recording: Alan Jackson - Blue Blooded Woman
Best Country Album: Travis Tritt - Country Club
Best Rap/Hip Hop Recording: Ice Cube - AmeriKKKa's Most Wanted
Best Rap/Hip Hop Album: Ice Cube - AmeriKKKa's Most Wanted
Best R&B Recording: En Vogue - Hold On
Best R&B Album: Quincy Jones - Back on the Block
Best Rock Recording: Iggy Pop with Kate Pierson - Candy
Best Rock Album: INXS - X
Best Pop Recording: Roxette - It Must Have Been Love
Best Pop Album: Sinéad O'Connor - I Do Not Want What I Haven't Got
Best New Artist: Mariah Carey

Record Of The Year: Roxette - It Must Have Been Love
Album Of The Year: Sinéad O'Connor - I Do Not Want What I Haven't Got

1991 Winners

Best Dance Recording: Massive Attack - Unfinished Sympathy
Best Dance Album: Massive Attack - Blue Lines
Best Latin Recording: Ricardo Montaner - Déjame Llorar
Best Latin Album: Fabiana Cantilo - Algo Mejor
Best Alternative Recording: R.E.M. - Losing My Religion
Best Alternative Album: Metallica - Metallica ("The Black Album")
Best Country Recording: Rosanne Cash - What We Really Want
Best Country Album: Alan Jackson - Don't Rock the Jukebox
Best Rap/Hip Hop Recording: Cypress Hill - How I Could Just Kill a Man
Best Rap/Hip Hop Album: Cypress Hill - Cypress Hill
Best R&B Recording: Natalie Cole duet with Nat King Cole - Unforgettable
Best R&B Album: Natalie Cole - Unforgettable... with Love
Best Rock Recording: Lenny Kravitz - It Ain't Over 'til It's Over
Best Rock Album: Bryan Adams - Waking Up the Neighbours
Best Pop Recording: Bonnie Raitt - I Can't Make You Love Me
Best Pop Album: Roxette - Joyride
Best New Artist: Pearl Jam

Record Of The Year: R.E.M. - Losing My Religion
Album Of The Year: Metallica - Metallica ("The Black Album")

1992 Winners

Best Dance Recording:
Best Dance Album:
Best Latin Recording:
Best Latin Album:
Best Alternative Recording:
Best Alternative Album:
Best Country Recording:
Best Country Album:
Best Rap/Hip Hop Recording:
Best Rap/Hip Hop Album:
Best R&B Recording:
Best R&B Album:
Best Rock Recording:
Best Rock Album:
Best Pop Recording:
Best Pop Album:
Best New Artist:

Record Of The Year:
Album Of The Year:

2016 Winners

Best Dance Recording: Chemical Brothers feat. Beck - Wide Open
Best Dance Album: Primal Scream - Chaosmosis
Best Latin Recording: Carlos Vives & Shakira - La Bicicleta
Best Latin Album: Bebe - Cambio De Piel
Best Alternative Recording: David Bowie - Blackstar
Best Alternative Album: David Bowie - Blackstar
Best Country Recording: Colvin & Earle - Come What May
Best Country Album: Colvin & Earle - Colvin & Earle
Best Rap/Hip Hop Recording: De La Soul feat. Snoop Dogg - Pain
Best Rap/Hip Hop Album: De La Soul - and the Anonymous Nobody...
Best R&B Recording: Beyoncé - Formation
Best R&B Album: Beyoncé - Lemonade
Best Rock Recording: Laurence Fox - Rise Again
Best Rock Album: PJ Harvey - The Hope Six Demolition Project
Best Pop Recording: 1975 - The Sound
Best Pop Album: Coldplay - A Head Full of Dreams
Best Song Made for a Movie: Justin Timberlake - Can't Stop The Feeling
Best Video: Beyoncé - Formation
Outstanding Collaboration: Beyoncé feat. Jack White - Don't Hurt Yourself
Best New Artist: Laurence Fox

Record Of The Year: David Bowie - Blackstar
Album Of The Year: David Bowie - Blackstar
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Ice Cube - AmeriKKKa's Most Wanted
Ice-T - Lethal Weapon
LL Cool J - The Boomin' System
Master Ace - Me & The Biz
MC Hammer - U Can't Touch This
Public Enemy - 911 Is a Joke
Queen Latifah feat. De La Soul - Mama Gave Birth to the Soul Children
Salt-N-Pepa - Expression
Too Short - The Ghetto
Vanilla Ice- Ice Ice Baby

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Ice Cube - AmeriKKKa's Most Wanted
Ice-T - The Iceberg/Freedom of Speech...Just Watch What You Say
LL Cool J - Mama Said Knock You Out
Master Ace - Take a Look Around
Queen Latifah - All Hail the Queen
Salt-N-Pepa - Blacks' Magic
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Angelo Badalamenti - Twin Peaks Theme
Bette Midler - From a Distance
Celine Dion - Where Does My Heart Beat Now
Duran Duran - Serious
Linda Ronstadt feat. Aaron Neville - Don't Know Much
Madonna - Vogue
Mariah Carey - Vision of Love
Phil Collins - Another Day in Paradise
Roxette - It Must Have Been Love
Sinéad O'Connor - Nothing Compares 2 U

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Angelo Badalamenti - Soundtrack from Twin Peaks
Bette Midler - Some People's Lives
George Michael - Listen Without Prejudice Vol. 1
Madonna - I'm Breathless
Mariah Carey - Mariah Carey
Sinéad O'Connor - I Do Not Want What I Haven't Got
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Alice in Chains
En Vogue
Ice Cube
Mariah Carey
Master Ace
Nine Inch Nails
The Beautiful South
The Black Crowes
The Sundays
Wilson Phillips
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Postby leomedar » Mon Jul 25, 2016 12:42 am

Note: 1990 awards relates to music released between Oct 1st 1989 until Sep 30th 1990
My noms result after an intenserevision of what wilipedia announce as the Year in Music. I check songs on Spotify/You Tube and try to highlight the best for me. I try to think about that particular year.

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10. Kylie Minogue - Never Too Late
9. Dusty Springfield - Reputation
8. Soul II Soul feat. Marcia Lewis - Get a Life

I was introduced to them in an Artist League, and as I was revisiting each year, I found their music worth to mention

7. Cocteau Twins - Iceblink Luck
6. D-Mob - C mon And Get My Love
5. Janet Jackson - Rhythm Nation

The album was not eligible as it was released prior to Oct 1st 1989, but this single was eligible and worth a top 5 placing.

4. Black Box - Everybody Everybody
Great track!

3. Deee-Lite - Groove Is In The Heart / What Is Love
The video is so reminiscent of the 90s!!! This track was everywhere back then.

2. Lisa Stansfield - All Around the World
Fantastic song, radio played this to death

1. Depeche Mode - Enjoy the Silence
Undoubtly the winner here. I used to go dancing to a place where this song was a MUST, and it was way into the 2000s!

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6. Kylie Minogue - Enjoy Yourself
5. Dusty Springfield - Reputation
4. Cocteau Twins - Heaven or Las Vegas


3. Soul II Soul - Vol. II: 1990 - A New Decade

2. Lisa Stansfield - Affection

1. Depeche Mode - Violator
Key songs: World In My Eyes, Personal Jesus, Halo, Waiting for the Night and Enjoy The Silence
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Postby navi » Wed Jul 27, 2016 11:46 am

Interesting concept,
and such a great variety of music styles.
Admire you for that :wink:
(around this time i stop listening anything that weren't indie/alternative)

Best dance/electronic song
7. Cocteau Twins - Iceblink Luck
Never considered Cocteau twins as a dance act
discogs wrote:Profile: Scottish post-punk/ethereal/dream pop band formed in 1981 in Grangemouth, Falkirk and disbanded in 1997.
(nevertheless great song),
also your # 1 is a classic 8-)

Some of the best dance/guitar songs (for me) from 1990
My bloody Valetine - Soon
the Charlatans - Then
Happy mondays - Step on
Primal scream - Loaded
the Soup dragons - Mother Universe
Flowered Up - It's on
the Shamen - Move any mountain
Saint Etienne - Only love can break your heart

Enjoy
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Postby leomedar » Sat Jul 30, 2016 11:42 pm

navi wrote:Never considered Cocteau twins as a dance act
Dance-Alt and Alt-Rock will probably have some cross-nominations. I had a lot of doubts but in the end just followed my own interpretation on genres :lol:
I went dancing all my teen years to a place where this style of songs would be on and I can see them as non dance but then I danced to this!

Regarding the tracks your share:
My bloody Valentine - Soon: good, first time hearing this
the Charlatans - Then: ok, this was very good, great for this saturday afternoon
Happy mondays - Step on: another good track
Primal scream - Loaded: PS will be around sometime in the future... in the Dance category. This was GREAT, my fav so far
the Soup dragons - Mother Universe: mmmm not sure but maybe because it was after PS
Flowered Up - It's on great track, nice video!
the Shamen - Move any mountain: ok, this was def dance!
Saint Etienne - Only love can break your heart second fav of this list after PS

I can tell you that 1991 will find one nominee that was originally introduced to me by you...

Thanks for always be around and try&share. Really appretiate that!
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10. Xuxa - Lua De Cristal
This was a guilty pleasure to nominate. Fond memories of my childhood.

9. Azucar Moreno - Ven Devorame Otra Vez
They became very popular in LatAm with this.

8. Eros Ramazzotti - Se Bastasse Una Canzone
Powerful ballad

7. Rata Blanca - Mujer Amante
An argentinian act that became very popular with this track

6. Luis Miguel - Entrégate
Should have been higher, but there were stronger tracks. LM was BIG back then.

5. Mana - Rayando El Sol
4. Joaquín Sabina - Mentiras Piadosas

Two artists that will def be around in future editions.

3. Charly Garcia - De Mí
Beautiful song.

2. Soda Stereo - De Música Ligera
That guitar... a MUST in every party here in Argentina. Miss Soda/Gustavo Cerati.

1. Kaoma - Lambada
Hot as fire!

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6. Xuxa - Xuxa 5
Pinel por voce, Tempero da lambada, Trem fantasma, E ou nao e, Lua de cristal, I love u xuxu, Twistxuxa, Leitura... massive, those summer days in Brazil were really fun.

5. Eros Ramazzotti - In Ogni Senso
4. Mana - Falta Amor


3. Joaquín Sabina - Mentiras Piadosas
Good lyrics, raspy voice, cool combination.

2. Luis Miguel - 20 Años
Entregate, Tengo Todo Excepto A Ti, Sera Que No Me Amas... classics

1. Soda Stereo - Canción Animal
A highlight in their discography, with amazaing tracks such as Canción Animal, Entre Caníbales and De Música Ligera
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Postby Wardo » Sun Jul 31, 2016 1:56 pm

Xuxa! :o :lol: :lol:

I need to check Canción Animal - Ceratti is missed.
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Postby leomedar » Sun Jul 31, 2016 2:26 pm

Wardo wrote:Xuxa! :o :lol: :lol:

I need to check Canción Animal - Ceratti is missed.
:lol: I know! But revisiting her gave me a lot of memories of my childhood years! That album in particular was my fav back then. We won't find her around anymore as in 1990 I somehow grew up musically and started to like "grown-up" music :D But cheers to childhood!

Cerati forever <3
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Postby Wardo » Mon Aug 01, 2016 9:52 pm

I guess I was never into her music (I actually hate what she represented in the 90s in Brazil), but yeah, childhood always bring tones of guilty pleasures.

I love that you nominated Soda Stereo for the FSC, can't wait to check it out.

Oh and that Violator and Enjoy the Silence wins are awesome! Also, Badalamenti's nom is AMAZING, I'll obviously be rooting for him!
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Postby trebor » Mon Aug 01, 2016 10:14 pm

Great project, Leandro! This is a treasure trove!
Will love to check out all the Latin sections. Used to listen to tons of it when I was learning (sort of :x ) the language. :wink:
PS: Also, lifted an eyebrow (both actually) when I spotted Xuxa! 8-) :lol: :lol: :lol:
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Wardo wrote:I love that you nominated Soda Stereo for the FSC, can't wait to check it out.

Oh and that Violator and Enjoy the Silence wins are awesome! Also, Badalamenti's nom is AMAZING, I'll obviously be rooting for him!
I think it was impossible for Depeche Mode to lose that award! What a song & album! Strong contenders for Song and Album of the Year!
Glad you enjoy Badalamenti! Great album, probably as I loved season 1 of Twin Peaks!

Zoom is a good SS track, but I went to their poppiest sound in order to have at least a chance to score 30 points this month! :lol:

trebor wrote:Great project, Leandro! This is a treasure trove!
Will love to check out all the Latin sections. Used to listen to tons of it when I was learning (sort of :x ) the language. :wink:
PS: Also, lifted an eyebrow (both actually) when I spotted Xuxa! 8-) :lol: :lol: :lol:
So cool to see my real name there :D I think u had a really good level of spanish! You'll probably like Mana!
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We were three brothers growing up at home, and each of us had a clear & different taste in music. CDs were all around the place! My big brother (I am the youngest) was very into rock&roll and alternative, so many of these nominees were already known by me. He had like 1000+ cds, and when I was a little younger I visited his discography a lot. My other brother was more into 50s-60s music, I was pop oriented.

10. Rush - Show Don't Tell
9. The Black Crowes - Jealous Again
8. Jane's Addiction - Been Caught Stealing
7. Alice in Chains - We Die Young
6. Sonic Youth - Kool Thing
5. Nine Inch Nails - Head Like a Hole
4. Nick Cave and the Bad Seeds - The Ship Song
It was very hard to rank them, all good, but eventually I favour female-oriented alt music.

3. All About Eve - Road to Your Soul
Behind me, a caravan weighed down
With bad dreams and ghosts of apologies
There's no room, no room inside
For a hitcher with a suitcase of pride


2. Suzanne Vega - Book of Dreams
1. Kate Bush - This Woman's Work
The song and video is heartbreaking. Very beautiful. No doubt about it being #1.

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6. Jane's Addiction - Ritual de lo Habitual
5. Alice in Chains - Facelift
4. Nine Inch Nails - Pretty Hate Machine
3. Sonic Youth - Goo
Consisiten set of songs, with highlights: Dirty Boots, Tunic, Kool Thing, Disappearer and Cinderella's Big Score.

2. Suzanne Vega - Days of Open Hand
Tired of Sleeping, Book of Dreams, Those Whole Girls (Run in Grace) and Pilgrimaje are highlights.

1. Kate Bush - The Sensual World
This Woman's Work alone makes this the best album! But other great tracks such as The Sensual World, The Fog (fantastic), Reaching Out and Deeper Understanding
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Postby Carbon » Fri Aug 19, 2016 4:54 pm

Love Kate and Suzanne's albums, and YES to Pilgrimage!! what a brilliant tune

does this mean that you'll continue the other deconstructing leo artist-by-artist? :cry:
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Само на веѓите ми се гледа
дека мислам на тебе.


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Postby leomedar » Sun Aug 21, 2016 1:44 am

Carbon wrote:Love Kate and Suzanne's albums, and YES to Pilgrimage!! what a brilliant tune

does this mean that you'll continue the other deconstructing leo artist-by-artist? :cry:
Pilgrimage is great! And yes, Ill continue, but right now I am more into diving the 90s
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Postby CrazyCrazy » Sun Aug 21, 2016 1:49 am

Some I'll need to hear!! Kate, Suzanne, Sonic Youth, Rush, Nick Cave, NIN...all great. 8-)
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10. Vanilla Ice - Ice Ice Baby
9. MC Hammer - U Can't Touch This

Two songs that were guilty pleasures nominees.

8. Public Enemy - 911 Is a Joke
Flavor Flav may be a joke after his reality show, but many PE tunes and albums were hot.

7. Queen Latifah feat. De La Soul - Mama Gave Birth to the Soul Children
6. Master Ace - Me & The Biz

Two good songs.

5. LL Cool J - The Boomin' System
4. Ice-T - Lethal Weapon

They both kind of depart from their 90s coolness now, but back then they were great. Ice-T was one of my brother's fav.

3. Salt-N-Pepa - Expression
I am not very into their discography, so checking this here was a good experience and they deserve at least a bronze medal

2. Too Short - The Ghetto
Great tune.

1. Ice Cube - AmeriKKKa's Most Wanted
Outstanding song, and album. Great discovery here.

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6. Master Ace - Take a Look Around
5. Queen Latifah - All Hail the Queen

4. Ice-T - The Iceberg/Freedom of Speech...Just Watch What You Say
Worth the mention but not medal worthy.

3. LL Cool J - Mama Said Knock You Out
Very 90s kind of Rap/HH, but cool enough to get a bronze medal. Some highlights: Around The Way Girl, Eat Em Up L Chill (chiiiilll), Mama Said Knock You Out, Jingling Baby, 6 Minutes Of Pleasure and The Power Of God.

2. Salt-N-Pepa - Blacks' Magic
Highlights: Expression, Negro Wit' An Ego, You Showed Me, Do You Want Me, Start The Party and I Don't Know

1. Ice Cube - AmeriKKKa's Most Wanted
A very powerful set, from start to finish. The **** Ya Love To Hate, AmeriKKKa's Most Wanted, Once Upon A Time In The Projects (great!), A Gangsta's Fairytale, Rollin' Wit The Lench Mob and Who's The Mack.
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10. Cameo - I Want It Now
9. Tony! Toni! Toné! - Feels Good
These two songs sound quite alike.

8. Surface - You Are My Everything
7. Anita Baker - Talk To Me
These two are more aligned to the 90s R&B I prefer. Sweet listening.

6. Robert Cray - The Forecast (Calls for Pain)
Probably one of the nominees that aged the better.

5. Quincy Jones, Ray Charles & Chaka Khan - I'll Be Good To You
Ray was great.

4. Luther Vandross - Here And Now
What a voice. Clean and effortless.

3. Regina Belle - Baby Come To Me
2. Janet Jackson - Escapade
1. En Vogue - Hold On
Very tight top 3. Kept changing places but somehow decided that En Vogue deserved the song. The first part of the song is fantastic

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6. Cameo - Real Men... Wear Black
5. Tony! Toni! Toné! - The Revival
4. Anita Baker - Compositions
Three fine albums but not as strong as the top 3

3. Robert Cray - Midnight Stroll
Blues all over the place. Aside for The Forecast, These Things is cool, and also Bouncin' Back, Consequences and Move A Mountain.

2. En Vogue - Born to Sing
Hit&Miss group for me, but this album has highlights: Lies, Hold On, Part Of Me, Just Can't Stay Away and Don't Go.

1. Quincy Jones - Back on the Block
I am not very into Quincy's work, so this album was a discovery: I Don't Go For That, I'll Be Good To You, The Places You Find Love, Setembro and Tomorrow
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10. Fleetwood Mac - Save Me
9. Heart - All I Wanna Do Is Make Love to You
8. Billy Idol - Cradle of Love

Heart and Billy are classics

7. Jon Bon Jovi - Blaze of Glory
A good song, this was my first ever cd alongside Joyride by Roxette.

6. Tracy Chapman - Crossroads
5. Billy Joel - We Didn't Start the Fire
4. Eric Clapton - Bad Love

Probably one of Tracy's favorite of mine. Billy and Eric are big and almost medal worthy.

3. AC/DC - Thunderstruck
They are great. This song is fantastic.

2. INXS - Suicide Blonde
Revisiting this early 90s music made me rediscover this great band

1. Iggy Pop with Kate Pierson - Candy
Kate Pierson delivers here and connects with Iggy to produce a gem.

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6. Billy Joel - Storm Front
5. Jon Bon Jovi - Blaze of Glory
4. Iggy Pop - Brick by Brick

Three good albums! But not as good as the following ones.

3. Tracy Chapman - Crossroads
Crossroads open the album in a peak point, then some other peaks: Bridges, Freedom Now, Subcity, A Hundred Years and themarvellous All That You Have Is Your Soul.

2. Eric Clapton - Journeyman
Great journey! Pretending, Anything For Your Love, Bad Love, Running ON Faith, No Alibis (best) and Lead Me On

1. INXS - X
After a fantastic start with Suicide Blonde, Disappear just blows my mind. By My Side, Lately.
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