Tuesday, December 08, 2015

Completely Conspicuous 401: Reeling in the Years, 1992 (Part 3)

Part 3 of my conversation with guest Brian Salvatore as we look back at the music of 1992. Listen to the episode below or download directly (right click and "save as").
Show notes:
- Recorded via Skype
- Jay: Rollins Band broke out with The End of Silence
- Jay's #5
- The best album from The Tragically Hip
- Brian's #5 and Jay's #4
- Pavement's first stab at greatness
- The Pavement reunion was disappointing
- Brian's #4 and Jay's #2
- Brian's #3
- 1992 was a banner year for Alice in Chains
- Dirt was unrelentingly dark
- Jay's #3
- Jay: The album that got me into Buffalo Tom
- Saw them play Let Me Come Over front to back earlier this year
- Brian's #2
- Found at CMJ conference: Balanescu Quartet does Kraftwerk
- Sugar was a great combination of Bob Mould's worlds
- Came out at the right time as alt-rock was hitting
- Brian's #1
- With Kerplunk, Green Day laid blueprint for future success
- Jay's #1
- The Afghan Whigs set up a great decade melding rock with R&B
- A few others we missed
- Next year to tackle: 1983

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The opening and closing theme of Completely Conspicuous is "Theme to Big F'in Pants" by Jay Breitling. Find out more about Senor Breitling at his fine music blog Clicky Clicky. Voiceover work is courtesy of James Gralian.

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