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Disco 2000  performed by Pulp  1995
Recommended by chris kane [profile]

Britpop classic from the mid 90's. Bits of every great pop record ever





  26 Mar 11 ·daniela_por: I love this song. Have you heard keane's cover? It's not as good as the original, but it's nice :)
  28 Mar 11 ·delicado: There's a Nick Cave cover that I think is pretty cool.
Name  performed by Goo Goo Dolls  1995
Recommended by Carrie [profile]

And now we're grown up orphans,
That never knew their names,
We don't belong to no one,
That's a shame


Said to be about the singer's past. His parents died when he was young.

from A Boy Named Goo, available on CD


Jack Names the Planets  performed by Ash  1995
Recommended by hedgehog [profile]

Sweet lyrics about a teenage crush, with spiky bursts of guitars. Quite lovely.


available on CD - Trailer (Reprise)


Rockets  performed by Cat Power  1995
Recommended by spinspin [profile]

Driving and discordant, bittersweet, sad. This song is the most beautiful thing I've heard this week. In the mixtape of my head this comes right before Johnny Cash's "Don't bring your guns to town." A song you should listen to after you watch the evening news tonight... (released free as part of the protest records project: http://www.protest-records.com/ which is somehow associated with sonic youth.)


available on CD - Dear Sir (Runt)


Triste  performed by Pizzicato Five  1995
Recommended by johannp [profile]

This song has a simple but effective instrumentation; piano, drums and bass for the most part, and brass here and there. It manages to be catchy and interesting because of the melody and chords in my opinion. It's hard to point at something specific, yet the song in its entirety just has a certain, very definitive appeal, especially the ending where it almost has an improvised feel.

This song is from what one could think of as the 'middle period' of Pizzicato Five; they had acquired Maki Nomiya as a singer, and not yet ventured into the experimental things they did in the late 90's. Another, shorter version of it is on "Big Hits & Jet Lags '94-'97'", and that's about the only difference between the two.

from Romantique '96, available on CD


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