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The 90's
Song Title
Merchants Of Venus
Say Ahhh
Just as this brilliant debut started to catch fire (Rolling Stone tapped "Say Ahh" for their 1991 New Music Compilation), Shane Fontayne was tapped for to play on Bruce Springsteen's tour and Merchants Of Venus was done. If you like Crowded House, you'll love this.
Wire Train
Should She Cry
This band got started in the early 80's, but it was after Jeff Trott (Sheryl Crow) joined the band that they enjoyed some success. "Should She Cry" received the most airplay and they were asked to open for Bob Dylan in 1990. Sadly, they would only release one more record.
Maggie's Dream
Love And Tears
Another one-album band that featued a blend of great harmonies and poignant lyrics. "Love And Tears" was the one single to get any attention.
On And On
Longpigs were a British band who recorded for U2's Mother Record label. Brit-Pop came and went, but this song was a highlight of the era
Shine It All On
Mark Everett has been know as E, or Mr. E, front man for Eels. As of late he has been contributing songs to the Shrek movies. Broken Toy Shop featured "Shine It All On", which was a brilliant recording that borrows from numerous influences including The Beatles.
Tasmin Archer
Sleeping Satellites
Tasmin Archer was a British Pop singer who got into the game later than most. Nearly 30 when she signed her first recording contract, and hitting #1 on the British charts with her debut single "Sleeping Satellites".
Let's Make A Deal
Dangerman blended Rock, Latin, Hip Hop and other musical styles to create a unique sound that was right for 1999. Think War meets Sublime.
Into The Ocean
Fretblanket was a British band that had more success in the US than in England. "Into The Ocean" was their biggest hit. They were one of the first British bands to cite Nirvana as a major influence.
Remy Zero
Remy Zero's first break came when Radiohead invited them to open their US tour for The Bends after hearing their demo tape. "Prophecy" was used in several movies and TV shows and their song "Save Me" became the theme to Smallville. A nice slice of 90's power pop.
Paper Dolls
This Washington DC indie group broke up in 1999, but before that, released a series of singles and an album that featured sugary power pop vocals from Melissa Farris and Margaret McCartney. "Paper Dolls" was the closest they got to any radio success.


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