Obscure songs from the '90s that you love to share with people

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  1. bvb1123

    bvb1123 Rock and Roll Martian

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    Dream Warriors - My Definition Of A Boombastic Jazz Style
     
  2. Dopey

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  3. Rosskolnikov

    Rosskolnikov Designated Cloud Yeller

    One of the greatest and most creatively-written movie tie-ins of all time: Jellyfish "Ignorance Is Bliss"

     
  4. bvb1123

    bvb1123 Rock and Roll Martian

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    Soul Asylum - Just Like Anyone ( #19 Alt chart, #11 US Main Rock chart)
     
  5. Rocketdog

    Rocketdog Forum Resident

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    Great tune, but the title 0f the thread asks for obscure songs. As you even pointed out in your post, this was a Top 20 radio hit, as well as reaching #54 in Canada and #52 in the U.K. That hardly makes it obscure. See the post about five back from yours for a better example of a tune that fits the bill from Soul Asylum.
     
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  6. Rocketdog

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    That whole album is amazing.
     
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  7. bvb1123

    bvb1123 Rock and Roll Martian

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    I consider it obscure because, aside from alternative radio for about a month in 94 or 95 this song has been completely erased from radio's memory. You actually have to actively seek this song out to hear it. It's obscure as far as most top 100 songs ever get.
     
  8. Django

    Django Forum Resident

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    Bawl from finglas in Dublin. A cool slice of noisey indie pop.

     
  9. therunner

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  10. Yannick

    Yannick Forum Resident

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  11. Rocketdog

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    Maybe so, but the fact it was a hit, as well as got radio airplay in the first place, pretty much negates it being referred to as "Obscure". That would be a song that probably didn't get any airplay, or never reached hit status, even if it was released as a single.

    Your other choices have been solid, though.
     
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  12. c-eling

    c-eling Forum Resident

    Dink-Green Mind, 1994
    Picked the single up back in 94 because 'Sascha' KMFDM did a mix on it. :laugh:
    No clue if it's parent album is any good or not.
     
  13. Beatnik_Daddyo'73

    Beatnik_Daddyo'73 Music Addiction Personified

    Meester Bungle - “Carousel” (1991 self titled album)

     
  14. Dopey

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  15. Dopey

    Dopey Well-Known Member

    Tell that to the guy who posted Sabotage by the Beastie Boys
     
  16. anth67

    anth67 Purveyor of Hogwash

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  17. stefane

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    Wagon - Burden Back

    Folk/country rock band from St. Louis/Missouri.
    They emerged in 1996 with "No Kinder Room", produced by Lloyd Maines and released on HighTone; this album was followed by "Anniversary", released in 1997 on the German label Glitterhouse.
    "Burden Back" is a track from their final album "Beauty Angel Queen", released in 1999, once again on Glitterhouse.

     
  18. Uncle Ernie

    Uncle Ernie Forum Resident

    Sounds like a hit, but no. Chris Stamey with a jangle rock classic.

     
  19. rancher

    rancher Unmade Bed

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    Just about anything from Stereolab, nobody I play it for has ever heard the songs
     
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  20. Echoes71

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    A hard rock tribute to The Wizard of Oz, courtesy of Boston local heroes The Bags:

     
  21. team2

    team2 Forum Resident

    Heard this one a lot on modern rock radio in 1995:
     
  22. stefane

    stefane Forum Resident

    Simon Bonney - Ravenswood

    Simon Bonney, the Australian leader of Crime & The City Solution, released his wonderful solo debut album "Forever" on Mute Records in 1992. A stripped-down, low-key, mystic, modest and gentle affair.
    "Ravenswood" is one of the best tracks from this album. Great bunch of musicians on this track: J.D. Foster on guitar, Jon Dee Graham on lap steel, and Carla Bozulich with the backing vocals.

     

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