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January 1, 1995Mighty Mighty Bosstones
January 15, 1995Luscious Jackson
January 22, 1995Bettie Serveert
January 29, 1995Bush (1st appearance)
February 5, 1995Belly
February ?, 1995Hole
February ?, 1995Bush (2nd appearance)
March 5, 1995Ween
March 12, 1995The Cranberries
New March 19, 1995Sarah McLachlan, Sebadoh
March 26, 1995Goo Goo Dolls
April 2, 1995Matthew Sweet, Wax
April 9, 1995Juliana Hatfield
April 16, 1995Letters to Cleo
April 23, 1995Donal Logue
April 30, 1995Mike Watt
May 7, 1995Ned’s Atomic Dustbin
May 14, 1995Faith No More
May 21, 1995Henry Rollins, Jerry Lee Lewis
May 28, 1995Peter Murphy
June 4, 1995Better Than Ezra
June 11, 1995WHFS Festival
June 18, 1995Jeff Buckley, Michael Tighe
June 25, 1995Catherine Wheel
July 2, 1995Live performances
July 9, 1995Babes in Toyland
July 16, 1995Buffalo Tom
July 23, 1995Jill Sobule, Brad Jones
July 30, 1995Filter
August 6, 1995Matt Sharp and Pat Wilson of Weezer
August 13, 1995Spearhead
August 20, 1995Tripping Daisy
August 27, 1995Soul Asylum
September 3, 1995Reading Festival
September 10, 1995Alanis Morissette
September 17, 1995David Bowie, Trent Reznor
September 24, 1995Blind Melon
October 1, 1995Charlatans UK
October 8, 1995Everclear
October 15, 1995Oasis (Matt Pinfield’s official debut)
October 22, 1995Lisa Loeb
October 29, 1995host Matt Pinfield
November 5, 1995Urge Overkill
November 12, 1995Meat Puppets, Jerry Cantrell
November 19, 1995Rancid
November 26, 1995Rocket from the Crypt
December 10, 1995Superchunk
December 17, 1995Best of 1995
New December 24, 1995Best of live performances
 March 5, 1995
Source for this playlist: Dr. Rock
Hosts: Ween
(partial/incomplete playlist)

Ween "Push Th' Little Daisies"
Beastie Boys "Sure Shot"
Ween "Freedom Of '76" live in studio
Ween "Voodoo Lady"
Soul Coughing "Down To This"
Peter Murphy "All Night Long"
 March 19, 1995
Sources for this playlist: Rokin Robin, Tom A.
Guests: Sarah McLachlan, Sebadoh

Sarah McLachlan - "Ice Cream" (Live 120 Minutes)
Hole - "Violet"
Sebadoh - "Give Up" (Live 120 Minutes)
Sky Cries Mary - "Scapegoat"
(partial playlist only)
 May 7, 1995
Source for this comment: Rokin Robin

We don't yet have the playlist for this episode, but according to the 7-2-95 all live performances show, Ned’s Atomic Dustbin performed live on this show date.
 May 14, 1995
Source for this playlist: Chris E.
Hosted by Mike Patton and Roddy Bottum of Faith No More

Oasis- "Rock 'n' Roll Star"
Weezer- "Say It Ain't So"
Wax- "Who is Next"
Smashing Pumpkins- "Rhinocerous"
Faith No More- "Midlife Crisis"
Belly- "Superconnected"
All- "Million Bucks"

Top Ten Albums on Alternative Radio
10. Green Day- Dookie
9. Live- Throwing Copper
8. Adam Ant- Wonderful
7. Nine Inch Nails- The Downward Spiral
6. Mad Season- Above
5. Bush- Sixteen Stone
4. Juliana Hatfield- Only Everything
3. Matthew Sweet- 100% Fun
2. Elastica- Elastica
1. Better Than Ezra- Deluxe

Morphine- "Super Sex"
Monster Magnet- "Negasonic Teenage Warhead"
Sublime- "Date Rape"
Bjork- "Army of Me"
Pavement- "Rattled By the Rush"
Faith No More- "Diggin' the Grave"
Love and Rockets- "No New Tale to Tell"
Wilco- "Boxful of Letters"
Filter- "Hey Man, Nice Shot"
The Stone Roses- "Ten Storey Love Song"
Stabbing Westward- "Nothing" (version 2)
Matthew Sweet- "Sick of Myself"
Mudhoney- "Generation Spokesmodel"

[MTV Dreamtime follow-ups]
Collective Soul- "Shine"
and then some MTV show where a girl is shooting up heroin and talking with a British accent... and so it goes.
 May 21, 1995
Source for this playlist: Chris E.
Hosted by Henry Rollins & Jerry Lee Lewis

Might have missed the first video, which was supposed to be by Soul Asylum, though they played the wrong track. A multiple performer hip-hop, R&B, soul song.

Various Artists- "Freedom (Theme from 'Panther')"
Bush- "Little Things"
Sublime- "Date Rape"
Jennifer Trynin- "Happier"
Bad Religion- "American Jesus"
No Use for a Name- "Soulmate"
Yo La Tengo- "Tom Courtenay"
Oasis- "Rock 'n' Roll Star"
Rollins Band- "What Am I Doing Here?"
(there is an extended play of Jerry Lee Lewis' "new" single, unnamed, featured intro)
 
Beastie Boys- "Root Down"
Shudder to Think- "X-French Tee Shirt"
Sponge- "Molly"
Catherine Wheel- "Waydown"
Bjork- "Army of Me"
Sugar Ray- "Mean Machine"
Babes in Toyland- "Sweet '69"
Radiohead- "Fake Plastic Trees"
Bad Brains- "God of Love"
 June 11, 1995
Source for this playlist: Rokin Robin
WHFS Festival at RFK Stadium in Washington, D.C.

Veruca Salt - All Hail Me
Yo La Tengo - Tom Courtenay
PJ Harvey interview by Lewis Largent
PJ Harvey - C'mon Billy
Shudder To Think interview
Shudder To Think - X French Tee Shirt
Catherine Wheel - Waydown
Archers of Loaf - Harnessed In Slums
Archers of Loaf interview
Juliana Hatfield interview
Juliana Hatfield - What A Life
Wilco - Box Full Of Letters
Primus interview
Primus - Wynona's Big Brown Beaver
Mike Watt interview
Mike Watt w/ Evan Dando - Piss Bottle Man (120 live taped)
Skiploader - N20
Better Than Ezra interview
Better Than Ezra - Good
Bush interview
Bush - Little Things
Drugstore - Solitary Party Groover
Thurston Moore - Ono Soul
Soul Asylum interview
Wax - Who Is Next
The Ramones interview
The Ramones - Rock N Roll High School
Hole - Doll Parts (live snip)
 December 24, 1995
Watch the full episode on YouTube
Source for this playlist: Michael T.
Host: Henry Rollins

This airing started with a 30 minute special called "120 Minutes: Decade on the Edge" and was followed by a 1 hour special called "120 Minutes: Best of Live".

Oasis - Supersonic (10/30/94)
Henry Rollins Band - Liar (5/15/94)
Green Day - Chump (3/20/94)
Live - Selling the Drama (3/20/94)
Bush - Come Down (1/29/95)
Concrete Blonde - Everybody Knows (10/10/93)
Nirvana - Drain You (1/10/92)
Violent Femmes - Blister in the Sun (10/10/93)
Alanis Morissette - Hand in my Pocket (9/10/95)

120 Minutes did not air December 31, 1995.

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