Forgotten Songs of the 90's

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Cracker!

I'm an old fart playing old fart '60's Classic Rock but really loved a lot of '90's music.

I remember maybe around '94-'95 our bass player and I went to a great Concert, with the Gin Blossoms>Cracker> and the Spin Doctors were the headliners .
Everyone was good ( we stuck around for just 2-3 Spin Doctors songs)

But we were there to hear Cracker, and they just crushed the place!

Hearing "Low" live (also "Eurotrash Girl" and "Get Off This") was thrilling!
I have seen them many times along with Camper Van Beethoven . I have tickets for Cracker in August.
 

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Forgotten = subjective.

Well, to be forgotten it must have at one time been very top of mind. Esoteric songs not many have ever heard don't really count.
You kind of contradicted yourself there because forgotten does equal subjective, but esoteric is also subjective. For example, Metallica is esoteric to me because I wouldn’t know one of their songs if it hit me in the face. And let goes for all other metal bands and their intrusive music.

 
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That Soul Coughing song is BAAAAAAD!!!
What a great groove!

I don't remember which one, but it was used in an episode of Homicide, which we watched back in the day

That Soul Coughing song is BAAAAAAD!!!
What a great groove!

I don't remember which one, but it was used in an episode of Homicide, which we watched back in the day
Love them. Saw them back in '99 or 2000.
 




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