Happy 3rd Anniversary!

I can’t believe I started this blog 3 years ago. I remember for the first two years I updated this blog very often. Then I had to overkill it by posting 10 post in a row about Christmas. After that my regular updates declined. I think it’s also because I ran out of things to talk about and the excitement of a new blog. It’s actually a huge deal that I haven’t given up on this because you have no idea how many blogs and websites I’ve created and just left them in the corner collecting cyber dust. I created this blog because I did not know any places that was dedicated to the 90s, and gosh how much do I love the 90s. These days, there’s plenty. Just check the side bar for the blogroll!

Here’s a list of my favourite posts:

There are some posts that I dread to read and can’t believe I published them. What was I thinking?

I will continue posting mainly because I enjoy it. Thanks for stopping by!

I’m a Savage

So here I am, being a guest blogger on my friend’s blog. When it comes to blogging about Savage Garden, I am, of course, the best person to be chosen to do it. Savage Garden began in 1997, when I was in year 3. I didn’t know about them until I was in year 6. From that time onwards, I became a huge fan.

Well, when Savage Garden is mentioned, people will immediately relate them to their best-selling songs, ‘Truly Madly Deeply’ and/or ‘To the Moon and Back’. Little did they know that Savage Garden’s first album, ‘Savage Garden’, picked up 8 ARIAs in 1997 and also won a variety of awards internationally. Savage Garden is by far, the most successful Australian band thus far.

The album mostly encompasses the theme of love, made comparable to the natural environment and situations we see in everyday life. It explains how love can be so hard to resist and the passion in which we love will draw us to do things beyond our wildest dreams.

Unfortunately, the band broke up in 2001, with Darren Hayes starting his own solo music career. Darren’s songs still cover pretty much the same themes as Savage Garden, but with a much more modern musical genre.

I’ll probably review the album next time.