Welcome to Virtuoso Junction!

Welcome to Virtuoso Junction!
Virtuoso Junction is the platform for music lovers and musicians to connect, share, talk, explore and promote Music. We all know, there are a lot of awesome low-profile bands out there which need to be recognized. Blog about your favorite Band, Musician and post any question related to Music. This is where you'll find the right song, for the right mood. Feeling down? Need songs for an upcoming Dance party? Need songs you need to play in the gym when you're working out? Need to expand your Music library? Need a background theme song for the movie you're editing? You'll get the list of the endless possibilities and songs here. We work really hard in compiling songs and artists. Choosing songs of the month and aim a really big future for Virtuoso Junction. As things progress, our viewers will see a lot of changes and improvements. Enjoy!

Sunday, June 5, 2011

The Beautiful 90’s – Part 1

90’s, along with the 80’s, is considered music’s golden era. There were some bands which made memorable music still listened to by today. The most interesting thing about 90’s was it’s variety. From pop to country, from grunge rock to rap, the 90’s had something for everyone.

Smells Like Teen Spirit by Nirvana. This song is the identity of the grunge scene. It’s a song that defines a genre and believe me, these songs don’t come around often. It’s a beautiful, beautiful song and dare I say, the best from the 90’s.

Disarm by Smashing Pumpkins. The first song I ever heard by Smashing Pumpkins. Used to spend hours just listening to this song on repeat. Billy Corgan’s voice is irreplaceable.

Even Flow - Pearl Jam. My uncle (who introduced me to Nirvana and Western Music in general) loves this band. Although I didn’t like their songs at first, I eventually grew to like them a lot. Eddie Vedder is a genius.

Can You Feel The Love Tonight? by Elton John. Does he need any introduction? Anyways, this song was the soundtrack to the Lion King movie (the best thing Disney ever made, compared to today) and shows Mr. John’s genius right off the bat. This song is an example for all trying to make a soft love ballad.

Frozen by Madonna. Amidst all the controversy surrounding the music video, which is super creepy, one does not realize how great the song is. It’s a gem of a song.

Show Me The Meaning Of Being Lonely by Backstreet Boys. I remember this song playing on my brother’s tape recorder when I was six or seven. He used to love this song. Backstreet Boys were one of the 90’s most successful boy bands.
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  1. Awesome playlist, do a 70's tribute, I want to see that. Thanks. :)

  2. On it's way. Thank you for your appreciation.

  3. Get some more music from underground artists man ... great work ... keep it up