Bumping this thread
. . . and the acoustic version of "Ball and Chain"
Man this thread brought back some memories. My dad dated a few Linda Perry-esque women in those days.
<a href="https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6NXnxTNIWkc&feature=kp" target="_blank">https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6NXnxTNIWkc&feature=kp
Can't forget this classic weird one
<a href="https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vIbcqgXh5-4" target="_blank">https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vIbcqgXh5-4
Jules Shear, 1992. One of my favorite songwriters since he first popped on to the music scene here in Los Angeles with a group known as 'Jules and the Polar Bears'. I still have their vinyl debut album:
[QUOTE=BenzFanatic;16746564]Man this thread brought back some memories. My dad dated a few Linda Perry-esque women in those days.
Can't forget this classic weird one QUOTE]
2 good songs BenzFan. What a unique voice from the CTD's singer, here's another song from them that got some radio play :
Posting this late on Friday since I'll be gone on Saturday. From 1992, my idea of a true 'super group'. Too bad they only made one album:
A little harder cover of Blue Monday from Orgy - '99
End of the decade, but a memorable one.
And another good one from Oasis
This'll put a smile on your face:
I dared a couple who were both marrying for the second time (bet a case of Guiness) to play this at their wedding. They used it as their 'first dance' song. I think we all won that bet!
Love bands with more than 1 singer. Just a little past 90's
Ah this thread gets me every time. Before I had even thought about "90's music saturday," I heard 2 radiohead and a cranberries song.