Ah, Windows 95. It was the operating system that first showed the world that using your computer could become an all-inclusive experience. And whether that experience was generally good or bad, there are still a few things that those who grew up with Microsoft's first mainstream OS are never going to forget.
1. Weezer's Buddy Holly video
It was always a bit odd that a band that traded mostly on emo and alt rock sensibilities would sell out and join Uncle Bill's gravy train. Oh well, it's a decent song with a nice Spike Jonze video and yours for free when streaming such a thing would have taken hours.
Media-wise, the disk also included Edie Brickell's Good Times and a trailer for Michael Caton-Jones' forgotten (and pretty bad) Scottish history flick Rob Roy starring Liam Neeson and Jessica Lange.
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