You know all of the words but do you know all of this?
1995 was a hell of a year for music.
*’80s babies everywhere do a collective spit-take*
Lyrics were pretty weird back then.
It turns out 1994 was the greatest year for music, ever.
No one quite understood you until they did.
In the last 14 years, the 21st century has already offered some incredible additions to the musical theater pantheon. These are the best new musicals, both on and off-Broadway.
Can you prove you lived through the most fetch time to be a teen: the early ’00s?!
Some of these are the greatest records you’ve ever heard. Others, not so much.
Malaysia-based Lego fan Adly Syairi Ramly created these delightful images using an iPhone 5.
Are you angsty, very angsty, or extremely angsty?
The songs really aren’t thaaat old, but you are. And yes, Kanye West really has been around for a solid decade.
Was 1994 actually the best year for music ever? Probably, yeah.
Some complementary, some confusing, all classic. Whitney Houston and The Smiths?!
Now if only there was a way to display these in your bedroom…
Grab the tissues. SPOILERS: Only watch this if you’re caught up. (via Daps.tv)
These were the best days of our lives.
And with my one last gasping breath, I’d apologize for bleeding on your shirt.
In a rough chronological order, these are the most ’90s hits of the ’90s.
Welcome to Warped Tour season, dudes.
After 24 seasons, it’d be easier to list who HASN’T been on the show. It’s still unclear whether or not Michael Jackson counts, though.
Fanfiction_img is a Tumblr that makes comics out of some of the internet’s worst fan fiction and it’s maybe the funniest thing on the internet right now.
Because if you’re tone-deaf, no one wants to hear you belt out Aretha. Here are some of the best picks from the one genre of music that literally anyone can sing.
Can I be young again now, please?
Wait, THAT’S what “ride it, my pony” really meant?!
Imitation is flattery, or something like that. Or influence? That’s the nice word for it.
“The Forgotten” is a piano ballad from the Breaking Dawn - Part 2 soundtrack. It’s kinda like their answer to “November Rain.”
Billie Joe Armstrong is having a hard time lately, so Alanis played a very sad version of one of his biggest hits on Jimmy Kimmel Live.
Coming a day after a YouTube of video of Armstrong having an on-stage meltdown hit the web, the band is now saying he “is seeking treatment for substance abuse.”