Let’s Look Back on Our Awesome Memories of the ’90s

'90s Memorabilia

'90s Music CD Collection
Remember when compact discs were the cutting-edge way to listen to music? By the early '90s, the sound quality, ease-of-use, and affordability of audio CD's caused them to explode in popularity. Portable CD players made it easy to listen to music on the go, and by the mid-'90s, vinyl records and cassette tapes were nearly ...
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Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles Action Figure Collection
Reviews & Memories With the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles cartoon soaring in popularity, Playmates Toys began producing action figures in 1988. The line of figures released that year included most of the main characters on the show, and would eventually expand as the years went on. The figures continued being produced all the way through ...
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90's Wrestling Magazine Collection
The '90s really was the golden age for wrestling. The larger than life superstars from the '80s like Hulk Hogan and "Macho Man" Randy Savage were still hanging around, while younger wrestlers like Bret Hart and Shawn Michaels began to shine. WWF, WCW, and ECW were in heavy competition, and pushing each other to put ...
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Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles Collection
Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles MemorabiliaAlong with a hit TV show, popular movies, and a huge line of action figures, the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles also had enough merchandise, accessories & toys to last a lifetime. Everything from clothing to food to hygiene products had the faces of the Ninja Turtles on them in the late ...
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Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles 2003 Cartoon Collection
In 2003, a brand new Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles cartoon debuted. Most kids that watched the original cartoon were now in college, and ready to fully embrace the nostalgia. Much like in the '80s and '90s, this cartoon series spawned action figures, merchandise, toys, and a variety of other items. Here is the third part ...
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'90s TV Shows

Dr. Vink
For us kids who grew up in the '90s, there was nothing scarier than Are You Afraid of the Dark?. With terrifying tales that covered everything from supernatural beings to aliens to creepy magicians, it was like The Twilight Zone for a younger generation. To this day, there are episodes that still haunt our dreams ...
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Saved By The Bell - Episode 5
Screech's Woman is the first Screech-centric episode of the series, and also the first to feature a member of the cast (Zack) dressing up as someone of the opposite gender. In this episode, Screech gets discouraged by his constant failed attempts at pursuing Lisa, and comes to the realization that there's not a single girl ...
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All That Reunion
Looking Back on Memories - One of the most memorable Nickelodeon shows from the '90s was All That, which was on the air for more than a decade, and an integral part of the SNICK lineup for the majority of its run. The sketch comedy show was basically Saturday Night Live for kids. The jokes ...
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Adventures of Pete and Pete - Episode 1
There aren't too many shows from the '90s that have achieved "cult classic" status the way that the Adventures of Pete and Pete has. While it was an averagely popular Nickelodeon show when it originally aired, the great writing, creative storylines, and unique characters have helped Pete and Pete to stay strong in the minds ...
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Saved By The Bell - Episode 4
Fatal Distraction is the first episode since Dancing to the Max to focus on Zack and Slater fighting over Kelly, as they each try to get her to go with them to a school dance. Based on Kelly's reactions and facial expressions, it's quite obvious that she loves every ...
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'90s Music

Spice Girls
In the mind of a boy growing up in the '90s, there really wasn't anything hotter than the Spice Girls. Five beautiful girls in their 20s, who generally wore skimpy clothes was enough to catch the attention of any guy from age 12 to age 85. No matter what a person's taste in women was, ...
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Backstreet Boys
Boy bands ruled the popular music scene in the late '90s, and the Backstreet Boys were arguably the biggest. With huge hits off of their self titled album, including "Quit Playing Games (with My Heart)", "Everybody (Backstreet's Back)", and "All I Have to Give", BSB seemed like they couldn't get much bigger. Then, Millennium happened ...
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Christina Aguilera - Genie In A Bottle
I recently made a discovery that might be bigger than locating some old buried treasure, or uncovering an ancient historical artifact...I found my VHS tape with TRL's SoCal Summer Top 40 Countdown! Total Request Live, also known as TRL, was one of the most memorable music shows in the late '90s and early 2000s. It ...
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Britney Spears - Baby One More Time
Britney Spears is one of the most popular singers of all time, one of the greatest female artists in history, and one of the biggest pop culture icons ever. She's had a career that's spanned multiple decades, with some of the most memorable hits pop music has ever known. It all started in 1998 with ...
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Jagged Little Pill
"Edgy and angry" would be a great way to describe Jagged Little Pill, which was the album that helped launch Alanis Morissette into superstardom. With her shrieking and intense vocals on "You Oughta Know", and the catchy chorus on "Ironic", it’s easy to see why this is remembered as one of the greatest albums of ...
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'90s Music

Christina Aguilera - Genie In A Bottle
I recently made a discovery that might be bigger than locating some old buried treasure, or uncovering an ancient historical artifact...I found my VHS tape with TRL's SoCal Summer Top 40 Countdown! Total Request Live, ...
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Britney Spears - Baby One More Time
Britney Spears is one of the most popular singers of all time, one of the greatest female artists in history, and one of the biggest pop culture icons ever. She's had a career that's spanned ...
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Jagged Little Pill
"Edgy and angry" would be a great way to describe Jagged Little Pill, which was the album that helped launch Alanis Morissette into superstardom. With her shrieking and intense vocals on "You Oughta Know", and ...
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