Today we will discuss something very interesting and here you can relate to your very childhood. We hope that all of us have a very memorable childhood and this time we need some facts about what we will bring out in this article. We can always relate the thing that is attached to our nostalgic days. Here in this article, we have arranged 20 versatile things that will take you to your childhood and remind some special moments. Actually, this is the things that were available in the ’90s. We decorated this article with these uncommon things and we hope this will give you pleasure. So, Let’s have a look at this.
Here Are 20 Things From The 90s That No Longer Exist
1. ‘90s Hip-Hop
Lucky we are that we have a chance to talk about music at the very first time. All music lovers who are reading this post are aware of the hip-hop music we hope. This semi-rock music is almost nowhere in these days. You just can surf youtube to listen to this type of music.
Bandana was a very common thing back on those days. Almost every people had tried it. This thing used for fashion. From college students to all, the bandana was a great thing to wear, many rock stars have used this thing when performing in the stage.
3. Beverly Hills, 90210
It was an American teen drama, which started in 1990 and continued till 2000. This was the longest running show by Spelling. This series had a poor rating on their first season but after the first season it has come back to business and it grows over the TV series back on that time.
4. Boy Bands
These boy bands were very famous back at that time. There were almost 15 famous boy bands who were very famous worldwide. Music lovers could never forget about those bands such as Back Street Boys, Jackson 5, BOYZ II MEN, New Edition and so on.
This was a UK based culture and music movement, the tag line, and the proving moto was “Britishness”. They wanted to produce bright, catchy, alternative rock in reaction to darker lyrical themes of the music. This movement was very popular to all the young peoples all over the world.
This was Sony’s first portable CD player and got very famous back at that time. Music heals people all of we know this and when this device came people get another taste of music with ear-phone and this was amazing at that time.
7. Game Boy
The 8 boy was a hand-held 8-bit gaming console and produced and created by the famous game company Nintendo. The processor was a very low-end built-in system but this amazing device was the heaven for us back on that time.
The Seattle sound is a rock music genre that emerged in the early 1980s and it was a very famous movement. This movement happened in Seattle and rushed up in the whole US. This proved that music is life for many people.
9. Hard Rock Was Still Breathing
Do you know, Hard rock entered the ‘90s as one of the supreme forms of commercial music in both album sales and live concerts, while the genre was experiencing a revolution that started during the ‘80s with Glam metal? There were bands such as Guns n’ Roses, Metallica, Aerosmith, Bon Jovi, AC/DC, and Van Halen overlooked the charts and arenas for the first years of the ‘90s but with the tremendous success of grunge in the US and Britpop in the UK, as well as other genres unrelated to rock such as Electronica and Hip-Hop, hard rock began losing its popularity to the point where nowadays it’s hard to find it on mainstream radio.
All hard-core sci-fi geeks of the ‘90s will always reminisce with love over the adventures of Duncan MacLeod from the classic ‘90s Highlander series. This ultimate show was based on the 1986 film of the same name starring Christopher Lambert and the legendary Sean Connery and that explored the good and bad sides of being an immortal. Especially the highlights of the show were without a doubt the special effects every time an immortal was decapitated and Duncan sucked out his power.
11. Light-Up Sneakers
In the early ‘90s, this became the most favorite accessory for every kid under the age of thirteen who frantically tried to impress his friends and simply had kind or flush parents who could buy them a pair of LA Gear light-up sneakers. Notwithstanding the fact that they were absurdly expensive and the batteries died before you could even say your name five times fast, and some kids loved them more than their own life.
12. Married with Children
The Serial named Married with Children (first started in 1987) has got to be one of the greatest TV shows ever and an instant ‘90s classic. there was never has so many negative stereotypes regarding a lower-middle-class American family been portrayed in such a lighthearted, intelligent, and comical fashion. Although there were those who took offense, the vast majority of the audience responded with tons of laughter.
There are some kids of today who refer to Internet Explorer and Firefox as “old school” browsers and that is so wrong. The ultimate Netscape Navigator is the truly old school browser, and for that matter, this year it celebrated its twentieth anniversary. This used to be the dominant browser software before Internet Explorer’s reign, but by the early 2000s, its use had almost disappeared from the face of the earth.
I know you have watched this for sure, so Mew can control time, destroy mountains, and form the universe; Garchomp is the ferocious archetype of a dragon Pokémon, and finally, Metagross was born as the ultimate combo of brains and brawn.
15. Power Rangers
Back on that time, I was something like ten years old and thus a little too old to follow Power Rangers when they debuted in 1993, but then I still managed to get hooked in it. And for some reason, I had a huge crush on Rita Repulsa when most of my friends and other kids were in love with Kimberly, Aisha, and Kat.
16. Real Pop Stars
What about Katy Perry who we adore, Miley Cyrus, Rihanna, Lady Gaga, Justin Bieber , Beyoncé, and Taylor Swift, but during the ‘90s the music charts were still fascinated by Michael Jackson, Madonna, George Michael, Celine Dion, Cher, the Spice Girls, Whitney Houston, a prime Britney Spears, and a classy, in-shape Mariah Carey.
Though you won’t find many things that were made in the ‘90s that you can still use or wear today without people looking at you like you came from another planet. You should give thanks to Casio, G-Shock is as popular now as it was back in our favorite decade but that is, of course, only if you don’t pick one that comes in pink, orange, yellow, and other “bright” colors that you were allowed to wear only back then when you were a kid.
18. The Chicago Bulls
Who doesn’t know that the NBA became incredibly popular internationally for the first time during the ‘90s mainly because of the best team that ever played the game, the Chicago Bulls? Well, maybe the likes of Larry Bird and Magic J. laid the foundations for the NBA’s international reign during the ‘80s, and no one’s name will ever sell as many shoes and jerseys as Michael Jordan’s did during the ‘90s. Also, last time we checked, Michael Jordan is THE only basketball player in history; the rest just pretend to play basketball!
19. The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air
Let’s talk about the real ’90s now. There are very few things can be considered more ‘90s than The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air. Story plot of this series was really catchy and smart, while a young, talented Will Smith made sure to execute his role perfectly: A boy who was born and raised in the inner city of Philadelphia has sent by his mother to live with his rich aunt, uncle and their children.
20. The X-Files
Who can deny the unquestionable influence of The X-Files on some of the coolest and famous shows of the last decade such as Lost, Supernatural, and Warehouse 13 among others? This series is simply incredible how ahead of its time. Because The X-Files was perfect in its direction, storylines, special effects, and acting, and if you take into account that we’re talking about a show made in the ‘90s.