Post a song by a Nineties artist whom you feel has been deeply forgotten.

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  1. StrangerNY

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    Best song Warrant ever wrote, right there. The vocals, solos, arrangement - everything just works.

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    I really enjoyed that, thanks for sharing it.
     
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    I don't think the Levellers are forgotten.

    They're headlining a local festival in 10 days time. There will be thousands attending.

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    aging_rocker Friend of Leo's

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    That's a great lineup! Are you going?
     
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    I think anything by Fiona Apple would do here.
     
  7. Nubs

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    Toad anyone?



     
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    1989 but close enough. Henley and Axle Rose ya'll
     
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  10. El Tele Lobo

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    Loved this song since the first time I heard it. Instant classic!
     
  11. El Tele Lobo

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    This song was an instant hook for me too. They crossed over to mainstream rock radio even though they were more alternative. The whole album this comes from is killer too. Everything. Hard rock meets psychedelia. Just awesome.

     
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    Unknown but incredibly good. My wife is all about music theory and when she heard The Raymond Brake, she said they were obviously a bunch of band nerds.
     
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    Shine was a good tune...had totally forgotten about them!
     
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    I thought these guys would get a lot bigger than they did...a lot of great songs

     
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    This was a very well written and recorded album
     
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    Super catchy band...Space Is The Place!
     
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    Nah, this song was killer. I always thought it sounded like something Lucinda Williams and Tom Petty would have loved. And she gets style points for playing a Guild M-75 in the video!



    Here's her more recently covering a terrific song (by a terrific artist).

     
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