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8-bit Alternative 90s Music Videos

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The 90s: what a time to be alive: the breakup of the Soviet Union, England's second and third best football tournament performances, and the golden era of alternative rock.

Now the good people at Filthy Frackers have followed up their computerised version of the Twin Peaks intro with this tremendous medley of classic 90s alt-rock music videos.

Can you name them all? Watch below and see if you can tell your Blind Melon from your Beastie Boys (we've given you a hand there).

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