Ah the ’90s: when bennies, scrunchies, flannels, soft verses, loud choruses and Luke Perry ruled the world. Such then-trending eyesores still haunt the memories of anyone old enough to remember a time when MTV actually played music videos. If you observe the circle game that is pop culture, it’s clear that each generation grows to fetishize the one that came two decades before it — ’90s rockers wore the influence of the ’70s on their sleeves, and retro ’80s aesthetics were all the rage in The Aughts. Now, less than six months into 2010, the ’90s have returned to Nashville. A local supergroup of unabashed children of the ’90s — bassist Keith Lowen (De Novo Dahl, The Privates), ace drummer Sam Smith (Ben Folds), guitarist Josh Watson (Feable Weiner) and Privates frontman Dave Paulson — My So-Called Band cherry-pick some of the best (and most of the worst) time-capsule hits of the Clinton Era in their effort to give nostalgia-craving Gen-Xers “the ultimate ’90s experience” — all the way down to hosting their official site on Angelfire, web-counter and all. Mere months after forming, MSCB are already packing out 500-capacity rooms and commanding large guarantees to do so, crowning them heirs-apparent to Guilty Pleasures’ throne. While their repertoire is virtually indistinguishable from the track lists of Now That’s What I Call Music! volumes 17-44, they do, at least, know where to draw the line: Allegedly, they have a “no Dave Matthews or no Matchbox 20” rule.