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Let's Active
In Little Ways
Mitch Easter was right in the thick of the college rock scene that started to break out of the Southeast in the 80's....he also produced some great poppy indie rock along the way.
The Connells
Something To Say
Raleigh's Mike and David Connell could turn a melody and managed to have a nice little career including some overseas success as well.
Jesus & The Mary Chain
Head On
Scottish psychedelic rockers became Alternative icons with great tracks like "Head On"
Material Issue
Valerie Loves Me
Chicago power pop-rockers burst on to the scene in 1991 with this ditty that would be an influence on among others, Kurt Cobain.
The Godfathers
Birth School Work Death
This London band made some noise in the late 80's with this crowd participation rocker.
Baby Ran
These Canadians were often referred to as that country's answer to R.E.M. Although popular on college radio, they never had an American breakthrough. Their song 'I Go Blind" was covered by Hootie & The Blowfish for a Friends compilation.
The Housemartins
Happy Hour
This English band enjoyed some college radio success, but also never had that big breakout hit in the U.S. "Happy Hour" was the closest they got, reminding many of Madness.
Flesh For Lulu
I Go Crazy
This British band's big break came when "I Go Crazy" was used in the film Some Kind Of Wonderful. This hit allowed them to tour the US for the first time and build a decent cult following.
Guadalcanal Diary
Litany (Life Goes On)
Guadalcanal Diary was part of the jangle-pop sound that grew out of Georgia in the early 80's. Murray Attaway's talent for taking pop melodies and combining them with very twisted lyrics made them a campus favorite for years.
Inspiral Carpets
Two Worlds Collide
One of the many pychedelic guitar-driven bands to come out of England in the mid-80's. Their biggest hit in the U.S. was this 1992 song.


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