… and there’s Cowboy Junkies’ Sweet Jane at #54 in Spin’s list of the 100 best alternative songs of 1994.
You know, their cover that came out in 1988.
Oh, but it was in Natural Born Killers in 1994, when, according to Spin, it ‘hit its peak.’
Because no one wrote about or bought it in, you know, 1988.
This is pure comedic gold.
…and there’s Sheryl Crow in Spin’s list of the 100 best alternative songs of 1994…
yeah, they’re straight up buggin’.
A little over ten entries into Spin’s list of the best alternative songs of 1994 and have seen Toad the Wet Sprocket, Dishwalla and ICP and I think I am being trolled.
The joy of living a long life is that you get to see so many things that were derided undergo a critical reappraisal.
Found a bunch of socks that were missing so I have that going for me, as Bill Murray would say.
I watched a video of a guy fixing a scratched record with, among other things, sandpaper and Goo Gone and am amazed at the lengths people will go to preserve a piece of vinyl.
The most crazy thing I ever did was a Magic Eraser to a junk LP.
But not sandpaper.
I couldn’t even sand down wood.
When he wasn’t throwing things at me, my industrial arts teacher was smashing my projects because I was that inept.
I should probably recommend some more summer listening to you, but it all seems so anticlimactic now.