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Praise You  performed by Fat Boy Slim  1993
Recommended by falicon [profile]

It's just pure fun baby, pure fun! Yes, the music itself isn't anything special, and the lyrics are very repetative and lame, but it's still a hit. Anytime you're feeling a little drained of energy, pop this baby in and watch yourself go!

from You've come a long way, baby, available on CD

MMM MMM MMM MMM  performed by Crash Test Dummies  1993
Recommended by falicon [profile]

I just like the deep voice, the song gets old fast, but it's fun while it lasts...

from God Shuffled His Feet, available on CD

  01 Jun 08 ·Mike: I'm wondering whether you meant that the song seems particularly dated for its time (which I would not agree with) or whether you find you get sick of it after only a few plays, which might be true!
Radio Orchid  performed by Fury in the Slaughterhouse  1993
Recommended by Vagina Man [profile]

The music itself is sort of like a darker Live, the group Live. Fury.. really didn't catch on to the alternative scene but that doesn't take away from its amazing music. Radio Orchid is by far their best song, melodic and serene. This song will make you want to buy their album. The voclas are a soothing mix to its already unique sound. It both relaxes and invigorates the soul. Hey if the song can't get to your soul then its just not that good. Also the lyrics play a big part in the song, not only are they good but they make you think. This was their second and last album, and eventhough they are relativley unknown, they are still alternative kings in my eyes.

from Mono (RCA)

  31 Jan 02 ·meatball: that is fuckin gay! damn!
Gravity Grave  performed by Verve  1993
Recommended by LawrenceM [profile]

a fantastic 8 minute trip. loose, completely unstructured with neither verse nor chorus to be found. just fantastic vibes and a sense that this is like nothing you've ever heard before. this song works amazingly well if you're driving down a country road in the middle of the night, when the road is covered in fog.

from Gravity Grave EP (Hut)
available on CD - The Verve EP (Vernon Yard)

Anna's Garden  performed by Louis Philippe  1993
Recommended by bobbyspacetroup [profile]

I don't like all of Louis' stuff. Some of it I can't stand. His cover of "Witchi Tai To" from this album really makes me gag. Sorry. But Louis has made more than a handful of wondrous, timeless pop songs. This one captures Louis at his most Beach Boys-influenced. It doesnt sound JUST LIKE the Beach Boys, but, yeah, the influence is there. A stunning track.

available on CD - Sunshine/Delta Kiss (Cherry Red (UK))

  27 Nov 02 ·bobbyspacetroup: Just for the record, I'm starting to come to terms with "Witchi Tai To."
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