I'm British. I remember British 90s music which is some of the best music I've ever heard. Going from the bands you've listed I'm going to say you're American. Or focussing on American music so I'll give you a list of Britpop and other 90s British stuff
- Oasis - Up in the Sky, Rock N Roll Star, Bring it on Down, Slide Away, Underneath the Sky, Going Nowhere, Who Feels Love, Gas Panic, Roll it Over, Hey Now, Morning Glory
- Pulp- Razzmatazz, Do You Remember the First Time, Babies, Disco 2000, Common People, The Fear, She's a Lady, Sorted for Es and Wizz
- Blur - Beetlebum, On Your Own, The Universal, Charmless Man, Country House, Girls and Boys, This is Low
- Shed Seven - Stand Up and Be Counted, She Left Me on Friday, Let it Ride
- The Stone Roses - Love Spreads, Begging You, Your Star Will Shine, Driving South, Breaking into Heaven (their first album is widely regarded as better and spawned the Britpop movement and Oasis but wasn't released in the 90s. I'm sticking to the rules ;)
- Suede - Trash, Beautiful Ones, Animal Nitrate, The Wild Ones, Electricity
- Manic Street Preachers - Of Walking Abortion, Mausoleum, 4st 7lb, The Girl Who Wanted to Be God, You Stole the Sun From my Heart, Australia
- The Verve - Bittersweet Symphony, The Drugs Don't Work, Sonnet, Love is Noise
Etc. There's a lot more I'd like to put but isn't 90s- In the 80s we have The Stone Roses and Cast to start of Britpop.
And Oasis were massive in the 00s as were Manic Street Preachers. Arctic Monkeys, The Coral, The Libertines, Elbow and Kasabian all turned up.
And we got the ever confusing question of how Liam Gallagher's voice could change so much between Dig Out Your Soul and Beady Eye