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Alice in Chains – Would?

Posted in 1992 Songs, Alice in Chains, Alternative Rock, Grunge Rock, Hard Rock on December 3, 2008 by pelicancup

Would? was a 1992 single by Alice in Chains. It was on their ’92 album Dirt as well as appeared on the soundtrack to the movie Singles. Guitarist/vocalist Jerry Cantrell wrote the song about the late Mother Love Bone lead singer, Andrew Wood.

Here is what Jerry said about the song, “I was thinking a lot about Andrew Wood at the time. We always had a great time when we did hang out, much like Chris Cornell and I do. There was never really a serious moment or conversation, it was all fun. Andy was a hilarious guy, full of life and it was really sad to lose him. But I always hate people who judge the decisions others make. So it was also directed towards people who pass judgments.”

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Pearl Jam – Given To Fly (Live)

Posted in #1 Mainstream Rock Charts, 1998 Songs, Grunge Rock, Hard Rock, Pearl Jam on October 8, 2008 by pelicancup

Given To Fly was a #1 hit for six weeks on the Billboard Mainstream Rock charts for Pearl Jam in 1998. It also went to #3 on the Billboard Modern Rock charts and #21 on the Hot 100 charts. This is a cool video of the band performing the song live at a concert in St. Louis. Eddie is enchanted by a girl who is on stage signing everything he sings. Enjoy!

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Live – Lightning Crashes

Posted in #1 Mainstream Rock Charts, #1 Modern Rock Charts, 1995 Songs, Alternative Rock, Grunge Rock, Hard Rock, Live on June 3, 2008 by pelicancup

Lightning Crashes is Live’s biggest hit of their career so far. Back in 1995, it was #1 on the Billboard Mainstream Rock charts for ten weeks and the Modern Rock charts for nine weeks. It was the third single released from their 8x-Platinum Throwing Copper album. Most of Live’s recent albums have moved more towards the adult contemporary audience rather than the mainstream rock audience.

Unfortunately for them, it’s showing in their CD sales. Their last album, 2006’s Songs from Black Mountain, has only sold 90,000 copies so far. The lead single from the CD, The River, was a good song, but it was shunned by the rock charts. Enjoy!

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Days of the New – Touch, Peel and Stand

Posted in #1 Mainstream Rock Charts, 1997 Songs, Alternative Rock, Days of the New, Grunge Rock, Hard Rock on May 23, 2008 by pelicancup

Touch, Peel and Stand was the first single released by Days of the New from their self-titled debut album in 1997. It spent 16 weeks atop the Billboard Mainstream Rock charts, and is the band’s biggest hit. They have a new album called Days of the New IV that is supposed to be released sometime this year, and they’re also rumored to be going out on tour with the original lineup. Enjoy!

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Stone Temple Pilots – Interstate Love Song

Posted in #1 Mainstream Rock Charts, 1994 Songs, Alternative Rock, Grunge Rock, Hard Rock, Stone Temple Pilots, Uncategorized on May 22, 2008 by pelicancup

Interstate Love Song is one of Stone Temple Pilots’ biggest hits. Back in 1994, it was #1 on the Billboard Mainstream Rock charts for 15 weeks, and it peaked at #2 on the Billboard Modern Rock charts. STP recently reunited with Scott Weiland, and they’re going back out on tour this year. You can catch them at one of these concerts this summer and fall. Enjoy!

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Green Day – Longview Official Music Video

Posted in #1 Modern Rock Charts, 1994 Songs, Alternative Rock, Green Day, Grunge Rock, Punk Rock on April 29, 2008 by pelicancup

Green Day’s first official major-label single was 1994’s Longview from their Dookie album. It was also their first #1 hit on the Billboard Modern Rock charts. It also peaked at #13 on the Mainstream Rock charts. Enjoy!

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Soul Asylum – Runaway Train

Posted in 1993 Songs, Alternative Rock, Grunge Rock, Pop Rock, Soul Asylum on January 26, 2008 by pelicancup

Runaway Train was Soul Asylum’s biggest hit. It was a top five hit on both the Billboard Hot 100 charts (#5) and the Billboard Mainstream Rock charts (#3) in 1993. My problem with this song was that radio played it so much, that to this day, it’s hard for me to listen to the whole song without getting tired of it. I loved it when it first came out, and it’s still a good song, but it’s a perfect example of radio killing a song. Enjoy!

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