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The Britpop wars defined '90s British alternative culture, peaking in with the release of Oasis's 'Definitely Maybe' and Blur's 'Parklife' - two records whose swagger captured the renewed hope of a nation emerging from a recession and entering a new political era thanks to Labour leader Tony Blair. After three centuries of white rule, Nelson Mandela became South Africa's first black president on May 10, Recorded in late but released in '94, 'Unplugged in New York' showed a hitherto unseen softer side of Nirvana - one usually obscured by guitar fuzz and throaty screams.
Found dead in his greenhouse from a shotgun blast to the head, the Nirvana man's death was '94 pop culture's darkest moment. Adam Horovitz of the Beastie Boys was sentenced to hours of community service in , for attacking a television cameraman during a funeral service for River Phoenix months earlier. The actor had collapsed and died of drug-induced heart failure on the sidewalk outside the West Hollywood nightclub The Viper Room, at the age of No legal case has quite shaken US culture like the trial of former professional football star and actor O.
Simpson, who was arrested on two counts of murder after the June deaths of his ex-wife, Nicole Brown Simpson, and a waiter, Ronald Lyle Goldman. In late Simpson was declared not guilty - but the controversy surrounding the case continued to echo for years after. Frank Darabont's adaptation of Stephen King's The Shawshank Redemption gave the '90s arguably its most enduring film.
Starring Tim Robbins and Morgan Freeman, the tale of a banker wrongly incarcerated for murder struck a chord with moviegoers, winning multiple awards. Fourteen uses of the word "fuck" and several attempts to make the host smell her underwear later, the pop star left the show's Manhattan set to uproar from censors and watchdogs. Those notorious rock trailblazers Aerosmith became the first major band to give away a song for free online, via CompuServe.
Over 10, subscribers downloaded the song 'Head First', which originally featured as the b-side to 'Cryin'. An estimated , showed up at Woodstock '94 in upstate New York, held to celebrate 25 years since the original festival. The Lion King hit cinema screens in With songs from Elton John, a hyena voiced by Whoopi Goldberg and the tear-jerking death of Mufasa, it was understandably one of the most successful Disney films of all-time.
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Marti Pellow has been a marked man ever since. They divorced in and sadly didn't have any kids together, thus depriving the world of the ultimate pop star. Forrest Gump was released in , turning Tom Hanks into one of the biggest names in the movies and making everyone else quote the 'life is like a box of chocolates line' until you were ready to hit them over the head with a box of Milk Tray. Blame them for every angry man with shit hair and a screechy voice from this moment onwards.
The fire spread throughout the mansion they shared, burning it to the ground.
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The internet got real in , with the founding of both Yahoo and Amazon. Not only could you chat to strangers thousands of miles way, but buying books would never be the same again.
Bernard Butler left Suede in July, following the fractious album sessions for 'Dog Man Star', which was one of the year's best. He later confessed that the move was a "stupid mistake". The Playstation was launched at the tail end of , thus giving people the world over an excuse to stay in on a Saturday night working on their repetitive strain injury. Less successful was the Sega Saturn, the early favourite for next generation console superiority following the popular Mega Drive. Despite popularity in Japan, Sega's machine couldn't compete with Sony's Playstation and eventually dropped out of production.
The lads mag boom was kicked into touch with the launch of Loaded, edited by former NME writer James Brown, who said the mag was "dedicated to life, liberty and the pursuit of sex, drink, football and less serious matters". The first issue, out in May , boasted a fag-smoking Gary Oldman on the cover. Then of course, there were all the great albums to be released in