Hunger Strike by Temple of the Dog (and company) is,..well,..the only song I know of them. Yep, I like the tune, but haven’t heard anything else by the group.
Radiohead’s “Creep” is just awesome. I will say that I did the “clean” version, so,..sorry traditionalists. Creep is a song I can relate to and it’s pretty obvious why, for those who knew me back in my single days. How I felt about myself and how I put women that […]
Dead and Bloated, another great song from Stone Temple Pilots from their debut and best album “Core”. Yeah, I’m singing 90s stuff again. Dead and Bloated was a song that tricked me when I first heard it. For those of you who have heard the song, the very first part […]
One of Us is a simple little song performed by Joan Osborne in the 90s. A good song that posed a question, what if God was one of us. One of us,..I remember hearing this song for the first time turning onto Broadway in Kansas City back in the 90s […]
“Would” is a signature song from the album “Dirt” by Alice In Chains. They were, and are, my favorite group. 100 days to go after today. I first heard “Would” in passing from this new band called Alice In Chains. Little did I know that they would become my favorite […]
Sex and Candy, this tune from Marcy Playground, was another favorite of mine from the 90s. It’s still groovy. Sex and Candy, I must admit that I almost didn’t do this one simply because of the “sex” part. Kinda stupid, but there are limits as to the songs I will […]
Plush,..man, does this song take me back. Stone Temple Pilots, along with a myriad of other groups from the 90s made that decade my favorite to date. Plush was a song from the album “Core” by Stone Temple Pilots has a Ragtime type of feel with regard to the chord […]
No offense to Johnny Cash, but I took Rusty Cage from the group that pulled it off, Soundgarden. Soundgarden’s “Rusty Cage” was just one of many great songs from this band. I may have been in high school during the 80s, but I call the 90s my music. I love […]
Chris Cornell is a vocal god and “Birth Ritual” was a challenge.
Lake of Fire was one of the first ones I really enjoyed.