1994 Edition: The Future of Music Arrives

1994 is the year the nineties comes into its own. The World Wide Web is starting to finally take off and the mainstream music scene will never look the same again. 
Rock and Pop shall no longer dominate the charts, as music tastes diversify and the musical electicism of the ipod generation starts to take right of place in the mainstream instead.
Crazy electronic dance from the Prodigy in the UK, to the jilted grunge of Soundgarden in the US and the Swedish pop of Ace of Base, were all on the airwaves, forming the global, frenetic random sound that would define the music of the future. 


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