The KLF — 3 a.m. Eternal. 1989
The KLF were a curious case in the 90s as they were committed Discordians and topped the charts with their music. When formed as a band, they set out to ride the pop music wave with a very formulaic approach to make every record as popular as possible by listening to and ripping off of everything that was in the more
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Oxbow - The Geometry of Business. 2007
A very long-living band, considering that they play experimental rock and are usually in zero rush to release a new album. Formed in 1988 in San Francisco, they never cared about mass appeal.
Soul Coughing — Screenwriter's Blues. 1994
Mike Doughty, Soul Coughing's frontman, was a doorman at the Knitting Factory in the early 90s. The Knitting Factory was — well, it still is — a legendary nightclub in New York that was a hotbed for genre-transcending and experimental music. In 1992, Mike formed the band with other musicians who played more
Michael Jackson — Morphine. 1996
From a lesser known and the darkest Michael Jackon's album. It's also my favorite one. Who would have expected Michael Jackson to release a track in which he's open about his drug addiction? This album was a commercial failure.
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