Tim Tan Huynh

1990s tag

Jamiroquai – “Virtual Insanity”

19 Aug 2016 — This music video is timeless because of its visual trickery. The minimalist set and the improvised dancing are memorable, too. The song turns 20 today, but its message never grows old. Read

The Fugees – “Killing Me Softly”

1 Jun 2016 — Twenty years later, the sights and sounds are still great. Read

Chris Isaak – “Wicked Game”

8 Nov 2015 — It's the perfect song and video for daydreaming. Read

Smashing Pumpkins – “Thirty-Three”

9 Aug 2015 — This ethereal song and its artsy video warrant a post on my personal blog on this particular date. Read

Bush – Sixteen Stone

26 Jun 2015 — Almost 19 years ago, I got Sixteen Stone. It's the first album I've ever owned and I can still see and hear it, in more ways than one. Read

Green Day – “When I Come Around”

5 Jun 2015 — Two score and however many days ago, I listened to and then wrote about a song that sort of changed my life. Read

George Michael – “Freedom ’90”

15 May 2015 — The artist being absent is bold and the supermodels lip-syncing in his place is clever. The style of its now-famous Hollywood director and the message of its then-closeted gay superstar add to the aura of this video. Read