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Nintendo 64 Controller

Nintendo 64 Controller

Peak Nintendo 64 fun consisted of a full game of Mario Kart 64 with friends and family huddled around the TV. Having four controllers definitely added to the split screen fun, and instantly made you the cool kid on the block.

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The Chronic by Dr. Dre

The Chronic by Dr. Dre

If you don't already have Dr. Dre's debut studio album, you should get it right now. The Chronic has been recognized as one of the most influential albums of the 1990s, and is responsible for popularizing the G-funk subgenre of gangtsa rap.

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Saved By The Bell

Saved By The Bell

Watching Saved By The Bell in the morning while getting ready for school was a common routine for many kids in the ‘90s. Grab this series for your collection and roam the halls of Bayside High School with your old crew all over again. And, once school gets out, be sure to swing by for a burger at The Max.

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Blood Sugar Sex Magik by Red Hot Chili Peppers

Blood Sugar Sex Magik by Red Hot Chili Peppers

Sometimes I feel like I don't have a partner... but then I just put this CD in and life is good again. "Blood Sex Sugar Magik" is an album that still brings back '90s memories through high-energy rhythm and wonderfully nonsensical lyrics.

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Full House

Full House

Want to binge watch every episode of one of the most essential nineties sit-coms? You got it, dude. The exploits of the Tanner family in San Francisco captured the hearts and souls of families across America. The show is best known for the iconic...

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Rocko’s Modern Life

Rocko’s Modern Life

Nineties kids truly lived in the Renaissance era of animated cartoon programming. When you take into account that we were raised on a TV diet of Ren and Stimpy, Beavis and Butt-Head, and Doug, it’s amazing we all ended up on the right side of sane....

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The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air

The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air

Starring Will Smith, The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air is a television sitcom that aired on NBC from 1990 until 1996. It was created by Quincy Jones, an American record, film, and television producer, with Andy Borowitz and Susan Borowitz.  Playing a...

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Falling Up by Shel Silverstein

Falling Up by Shel Silverstein

Falling Up is a charming children’s poetry collection written and illustrated by the esteemed American writer Shel Silverstein. It was first published in 1996 by HarperCollins. Falling Up is Silverstein’s third collection of children’s...

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Rainbow Art Kit

Rainbow Art Kit

Do you remember seeing those repetitive rainbow art kit commercials as a kid? The way they painted flawless rainbows on those cards was enough to make you want a kit immediately. It’s never too late to awaken your inner 1990s childhood artist and put a rainbow on all the things!

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Glow in The Dark Stars - Wall Stickers

Glow in The Dark Stars - Wall Stickers

Having glowing star stickers on your wall was very popular as a '90s kid. Whether you got them as a prize from Chuck-E-Cheese, or found some in the dollar store - it was cool to sleep under the stars every night of the week. In fact, it’s still cool!

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August And Everything After by Counting Crows

August And Everything After by Counting Crows

August and Everything After is the multi-platinum selling debut album by the Berkley, California rock group The Counting Crows. It was released on September 14th, 1993 and went on to sell over 7 million copies in the United States. Rolling Stone...

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Tech Deck Fingerboards

Tech Deck Fingerboards

Another example of nineties toymakers going HAM on miniatures. Tech Deck fingerboards are small skateboards that can be manipulated and “ridden” using your fingers. Fingerboards were initially produced as keychains for skate shops but evolved...

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The Rainbow Fish by Marcus Pfister

The Rainbow Fish by Marcus Pfister

The Rainbow Fish is a beautifully illustrated modern classic, and is still the perfect bedtime story.Its popularity spurred the creation of a book series, short film, and television series. But, '90s kids know where it all began.

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Yomega Brain Yo-Yo

Yomega Brain Yo-Yo

Sleeping, walking the dog, and rocking the cradle may sound like a boring list of chores. Still, if you were raised in the nineties, you’d immediately recognize these as tricks you could perform with your Yomega Brain yo-yo. While yo-yo toys have...

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Sega Dreamcast

Sega Dreamcast

The Dreamcast is Sega's fourth and final home video game console. It marked the end of 18 years of hardware development by the Japanese electronics and video game titan. With its orange spiral logo and futuristic name, Sega saw the Dreamcast as the...

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