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Old 04-02-2008, 10:26 PM   #16
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This video always creeped me out to no end. All these years later, I'm still completely tired of the song and don't care to hear it ever, ever again.
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Old 04-02-2008, 10:45 PM   #17
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This video always creeped me out to no end. All these years later, I'm still completely tired of the song and don't care to hear it ever, ever again.
It was seriously overplayed, but there's something kind of intriguing and psychedelic about the guitar parts between the chorus.
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Old 04-02-2008, 10:58 PM   #18
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Such amazing guitar work cannot be found in a mainstream rock song anymore. The mainstream used to be better in the 90s.
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Such amazing guitar work cannot be found in a mainstream rock song anymore. The mainstream used to be better in the 90s.
Yeah, it was better then. In what other decade would artists as strange as Beck and Cyprus Hill sell millions?
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Old 04-02-2008, 11:04 PM   #20
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Such amazing guitar work cannot be found in a mainstream rock song anymore. The mainstream used to be better in the 90s.
That's so true. Even the Gin Blossoms look like geniuses compared to today's crap on the radio. There's so much sameness now, for lack of a better word. Teenybopper sameness.
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There were some great songs that year.

Hole's 'Doll Parts' and the Connells' '74/75' are two others that spring to mind.
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That's so true. Even the Gin Blossoms look like geniuses compared to today's crap on the radio. There's so much sameness now, for lack of a better word. Teenybopper sameness.

So true. When I think back to what was played in the top 40 in the 90s, you had everything from Nirvana to Soundgarden to Pearl Jam to Hootie to the Gin Blossoms to Blues Traveler to Rusted Root to U2 to REM and more. Like the bands or not, there's such variety in there! Now it seems like Top 40 stations are really Top 10 stations, and there are only really 3 or so varieties----Daughtry-like, chick-rock, and guys with falsettos and pianos.
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Standard silly early-mid 90s grunge clip fare, really. I've always liked the clip more than the song.
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Standard silly early-mid 90s grunge clip fare, really.



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Come on, how can you not find that clip silly?
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