The 90s were a great time for punk rock music; many albums are still popular to this day. Here are five albums from this beloved decade that we all loved so much.


5) Nevermind (1991) by Nirvana

Nevermind was the band’s second studio album released in September of 1991. The album has won numerous awards, specifically for its song “Smells Like Teen Spirit”. Awards include the Grammy Award for “Best Rock Song”, MTV Video Music Award for “Video of the Year”, and MTV Video Music Award for”Viewer’s Choice Song”.


4) Dookie (1994) by Green Day

Dated back to February of 1994 is Green Day’s third album, Dookie. With the band being younger and full of energy, being rambunctious and a little immature lead to the creation of Dookie.


3) White Trash, Two Heebs and a Bean (1992) by NOFX

After a few title changes, NOFX finalized the name of their fourth album right before the release.


2) Losing Streak (1996) by Less Than Jake

Losing Streak is the second studio album by Less Than Jake and was released in November of 1996. The best part about this album is its hidden track, which can be found a minute and forty seconds before the first track plays.


1) Enema of the State (1999) by Blink-182

After being famously known from Vans Warped Tour and their song “Dammit” causing their fame on radio, Enema of the State was very welcomed by punk music fans. The track “All the Small Things” is perhaps the most known song of the band’s entire career.