By Christopher Munroe
I’m white, male, and from the ‘90s.
As such, in high school I owned one album each by Moby, Weezer and The Offspring.
You know the ones.
They were ubiquitous pieces of music at the time. Everyone owned and loved them, they were inescapable.
For women my age it was the first Jewel album and Alanis Morrisette. Every girl I dated in university had them both.
I’m at best lukewarm on the artists nowadays, but I’ll admit, I still smile when I hear those particular records.
They’re the soundtrack of my youth.
And I need that reminder now and again…