10. TLC – CrazySexyCool
Forget about the Spice Girls and their easy pop tunes. TLC was the girl band that marked the ’90s, if not by commercial success, at least by its importance. After the group’s debut album that featured more pop sound, 1994’s “CrazySexyCool” was a refreshing change. It set the ground for modern R&B and was the first album to combine R&B with hip hop. If you think that Rihanna mixing with Eminem is groundbreaking, think again. This album planted that idea.