Tag: Popdose Flashback ’89

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Popdose Flashback: John Cougar Mellencamp, “Big Daddy”

This week on Popdose Flashback, Mojo Flucke recalls the beautiful, yet challenging final album by the man known as John Cougar Mellencamp,...

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Popdose Flashback: The Cult, “Sonic Temple”

Things should have been going swimmingly for The Cult. Their album Electric had succeeded in becoming the biker-rock record they hoped it...

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Popdose Flashback: Peter Gabriel, “Passion”

For this week's installment of Popdose Flashback, Jack Feerick takes the reins and leads us through a celebration of Peter Gabriel's...

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Popdose Flashback: The B-52’s, “Cosmic Thing”

For this week's Popdose Flashback, Bob Cashill reminisces about the B-52s' Cosmic Thing -- and a certain very, very friendly young...

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Popdose Flashback: Terence Trent D’Arby, “Neither Fish Nor Flesh”

A couple years after 12 million buyers signed their name across his heart, Terence Trent D'Arby got sophomore jinxed but good -- and in...

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Popdose Flashback: The Stone Roses, “The Stone Roses”

For this week's Popdose Flashback, Mojo Flucke talks about Madchester, the Stone Roses' much-loved debut, and one very special denim...

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Popdose Flashback: Georgia Satellites, “In the Land of Salvation and Sin”

It’s been forever and a day since I felt like this I want a fifth of Wild Turkey and one little kiss And I don’t miss that...

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Popdose Flashback: Shawn Colvin, “Steady On”

Our yearlong flashback to 1989 continues with Jon Cummings' reappraisal of Shawn Colvin's Steady On....

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Popdose Flashback: Jazzy David Foster With a Snappy Beat

I was a pretty confused kid in 1989. Well, not a kid, really — I was 17 going on 18. I had a couple of hundred vinyl records, and...

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Popdose Flashback: Paul McCartney, “Flowers in the Dirt”

For much of his solo career, it was Paul McCartney’s peculiar fate to seem perpetually in need of a creative comeback. Chafing...

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Popdose Flashback: Pixies, “Doolittle”

Pixies – Doolittle (1989, 4AD) purchase this album (Amazon) To a certain extent, Doolittle – the Pixies’ most...

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Popdose Flashback: Beastie Boys, “Paul’s Boutique”

When Licensed to Ill shocked everyone by becoming the biggest-selling rap album of all time (until MC Hammer snatched the title a couple...

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Popdose Flashback: Rush, “Presto”

It wasn’t their best album. It wasn’t even much like what people consider their best album. Yet the mighty Canadian power trio...