Top 10 Most Underrated Rock Albums of the 1990s

Trompe le Monde" by Pixies (1991: While not as celebrated as their earlier albums, "Trompe le Monde" showcases Pixies' signature blend of punk.

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Villains" by The Verve Pipe (1996: This album features catchy hooks, memorable melodies, and introspective lyrics.

The Holy Bible" by Manic Street Preachers (1994: This album is a raw and introspective exploration of themes like politics, consumerism.

Ruby Vroom" by Soul Coughing (1994: This genre-defying album combines elements of alternative rock, jazz, and hip-hop.

OK Computer" by Radiohead (1997: While critically acclaimed, "OK Computer" is often overshadowed by Radiohead's later works.

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Ladies and Gentlemen We Are Floating in Space" by Spiritualized (1997: This ambitious album is a sprawling sonic journey that blends rock, gospel.

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In the Aeroplane Over the Sea" by Neutral Milk Hotel (1998: Though now considered a cult classic, this album initially received mixed reviews upon its release.

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Gish" by Smashing Pumpkins (1991: While often overshadowed by the band's later releases, "Gish.

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Gentlemen" by The Afghan Whigs (1993: The Afghan Whigs' dark and soulful sound shines on this album.

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Bakesale" by Sebadoh (1994: Sebadoh's lo-fi masterpiece "Bakesale" is a raw and honest portrayal of '90s indie rock, with its gritty production.

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