Spin Doctors Pocket Full of Kryptonite
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- Released: February 1, 2008
- Originally Released: 2008
- Label: Sbme Special Mkts.
Q - 1/94, p.83Included in Q's list of 'The 50 Best Albums Of 1993.'
Q - 4/93, p.884 Stars - Excellent - "...will surely delight anyone with their head in the '90s and a chunk of their heart still in the late '60s....hangs together perfectly....this album is full of dynamite..."
- 1.Jimmy Olsen's Blues
- 2.What Time Is It?
- 3.Little Miss Can't Be Wrong
- 4.Forty Or Fifty
- 5.Refrigerator Car
- 6.More Than She Knows
- 7.Two Princes
- 8.Off My Line
- 9.How Could You Want Him (When You Know You Could Have Me?)
- 10.Shinbone Alley / Hard To Exist
Spin Doctors: Christopher Barron (vocals); Eric Schinkman (piano, guitar, background vocals); Aaron Comess (keyboards, drums, percussion, background vocals); Mark White (bass).
Additional personnel: John Popper (harmonica, background vocals); John Bush (congas, tambourine).
Producers include: Spin Doctors, Peter Denenberg, Frankie LaRocka.
Recorded at the Power Station & RPM Studios, New York; Acme Recording Studios, Mamaroneck, New York in August & December 1990.
The Steve Miller Band of the 90s has made a small impression with this irresistible package. Crammed full of great riffs and licks, tight playing and singing with enthusiasm. The title track together with the wry 'Little Miss Can't Be Wrong' were both hit singles in the wake of the excellent 'Two Princes', one of the few occasions where the cliche of rhyming 'baby' with 'maybe' was completely acceptable. Unpretentious rock music for the 90s and a memorable debut, that they could never come near again.
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- Sales Rank: 14,790
- UPC: 886972332925
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