Gin Blossoms – Follow You Down. Another throwback from the year of 1996. If you didn’t like these guys back in the day then you suck.
Tags » 90s Alternative
In the 1990s, there wasn’t exactly a shortage of interesting rock bands being signed to major labels. After the surprise success of Nirvana, every A&R rep in the industry was trying to finagle contracts that would make his or her label the proud owners and distributors of music that they didn’t necessarily understand. 367 more words
Way back in March 2013, Chicago alternative outfit Veruca Salt blew up their Facebook page with news that the original lineup would soon reunite, writing: “for now let’s just say this: hatchets buried, axes exhumed.” As promised, the band announced a tour earlier this year and released new material — specifically, songs “It’s Holy” and “The Museum of Broken Relationships” — as a 10″ for Record Store Day back in April. 242 more words
My next song selection is Follow You Down by the Gin Blossoms. It was released in 1996 and reached the 9th spot in the Billboard HOT 100 that same year. 295 more words