pesco — 2013-10-07T14:07:00-04:00 — #1
mindysan33 — 2013-10-07T14:11:58-04:00 — #2
Welp... grandma needs a nap now. :-/
ratel — 2013-10-07T14:43:37-04:00 — #3
File under: news that does not make me happy.
knoxblox — 2013-10-07T15:44:52-04:00 — #4
Also file under: Best Albums that I secretly slip to my grand-niece-or-nephew while her/his vapid friends are "discovering" Oasis and Celine Dion.
metal_falsetto — 2013-10-07T16:50:28-04:00 — #5
One of the best albums of the 90s, without a doubt.
hyperlax — 2013-10-07T18:15:54-04:00 — #6
On 4 February 1994, I asked a pretty girl at university out to see their concert at the Jazzhaus in Freiburg, Germany. We're still going strong almost 20 years later.
chdorr55 — 2013-10-07T18:37:07-04:00 — #7
I'll take Up In It and Congregation, personally.
boundegar — 2013-10-07T19:45:03-04:00 — #8
Yea, when music that's after my time becomes "oldies..."
radioplum — 2013-10-07T19:58:54-04:00 — #9
mmm Greg Dully. I had the BIGGEST crush then. Great record. Thanks for the memory, BB!
gprimosch — 2013-10-07T21:44:19-04:00 — #10
Jumped the shark with 1965, but can still listen to the others all the way through. The import with the TLC Creep cover was worth the money.
technogeekagain — 2013-10-07T22:35:27-04:00 — #11
This is the sort of thing enjoyed by people who enjoy this sort of thing. If it works for you... well, I'm a bit worried, but de gustibus.
(Personally, I'd like it better without the lyrics and without the visuals. Both are annoying. I'm willing to tolerate the voice as appropriate to the style.)
bart — 2013-10-08T10:37:13-04:00 — #12
One of my top 5 favorite albums, ever.
pesco — 2013-10-12T14:07:09-04:00 — #13
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