You can probably find Superunknown in a clearance bin at your local used CD store. It's one of the best albums of the 90s, no question.
I was going to buy Badmotorfinger back in the day, but I missed my chance to get the SOMMS version. It had a Devo cover song!
The last few days I've "rediscovered" the Garden State soundtrack.
Fantastic from beginning to end. Even the Coldplay song doesn't suck.
You're the first person I've ever heard express that sentiment. Even people who don't like hard rock seem to like Superunknown.
Ah well, to each his own.
After hearing Soul Coughing's "$300" on House last night, I listened to their album El Oso tonight. That is Spanish for "The Bear". Chux, aren't you the one that said bears make everything better?
Last night I also discovered that Shuttered Room, the first album by The Fixx, is now on iTunes. So, next time I purchase songs from there, I will get "Stand or Fall" and "Red Skies at Night". I have their greatest hits, but it has live versions of those songs instead. Before adding this album, the only versions of those songs on iTunes were either live or re-recorded versions. I'm guessing this was due to the fact that Shuttered Room was on a different label.
Psychoticbumpschool, Bootsy Collins. Part of my 3.2hr "funk" playlist.
Was that its title in quotes? Or are you saying Mr. Collins is only "quote-unquote" funk? ;)
Heard two different Cake songs yesterday on the radio. When do you normally hear any Cake these days? (BTW, they were, of course, "The Distance" and "Never There" )