Tue, 3 March 2015
Part 2 of my conversation with guest Brian Salvatore as we look back at the music of 1993.
- Recorded via Skype
- Check out Brian's radio show Unsolicited Mixtape
- Brian saw his first concert in '93, Paul McCartney
- Sir Paul dropped f-bombs galore on "Big Boys Bickering"
- Billy Joel hasn't released a new album since '93
- Jay: Saw Dino Jr., Mudhoney, Nirvana, Tragically Hip, Living Colour, Urge Overkill
- Saw Lollapalooza '93 in Rhode Island with Primus, Alice in Chains, Fishbone
- Jay: Became aware that 8-year-olds liked the same music I did
- Brian helped out at a record store as an 11-year-old
- Flaming Lips showed up on Beverly Hills 90210
- Jay: Saw Buffalo Tom on MTV's 120 Minutes
- Matthew Sweet's Altered Beast was underrated and depressing
- Brian: Got into Tribe Called Quest years later
- Morphine had a completely different sound
- Cracker had a quintessential '90s song in "Low"
- Radiohead's big rock debut
- Brian's #5
- Primus hit #7 on the charts with Pork Soda
- Jay's #5
- Urge Overkill got a lot of listens
- Brian's #4
- The Breeders broke through in '93
- "Cannonball" was another classic '90s tune
- Jay's #4
- Siamese Dream is a massive-sounding album
- Billy Corgan went for broke with guitar army sound
- To be continued
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