Flashback Friday

The Cardigans

Flashback Friday: The Cardigans, "My Favorite Game"

I have Game of Thrones on the brain, I admit.
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Kurt Cobain

Flashback Friday: Nirvana "Smells Like Teen Spirit"

Back in the day when after-school TV meant lots of music videos, there were a few MTV offerings that stood out from the rest.
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Live

Flashback Friday: Live "Lakini's Juice"

Bush and Live are touring together this fall, celebrating the 25th anniversaries of Sixteen Stone and Throwing Copper . "Lakini's Juice" is not on either of those albums.
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Pamela Anderson

Flashback Friday: Lit "Miserable"

There are a bunch of albums turning 20 this weekend.
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Flashback Friday: Interpol "Slow Hands"

Interpol is playing the Garden tomorrow, so it makes sense to have one of their tracks get some FBF love. And since Antics turns 15 later this year, let's make it "Slow Hands" - a song that makes us dance AND think: I DO want to pick up a guitar and celebrate the myriad ways that I love you,...
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Adam Yauch of Beastie Boys

Flashback Friday: Beastie Boys "Body Movin'"

The long-awaited release of the Beastie Boys Book late last year, celebrating both the group's history and the life of Adam "MCA" Yauch, reminded all of us how vital their music still is. Twenty years ago, Beastie Boys won the Best Alternative Music Album Grammy for Hello Nasty: like so much of...
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Cage the Elephant

Flashback Friday: Cage the Elephant "Shake Me Down"

A different musical memory every Friday
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Jim Adkins of Jimmy Eat World

Flashback Friday: Jimmy Eat World "For Me This Is Heaven"

We just announced that Jimmy Eat World will be on tour with Third Eye Blind this summer
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Spider's Web on Red Background

Flashback Friday: The Ramones "Spider-Man"

Hear The Ramones do whatever a spider can. If that spider was in a band.
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Michael Stipe

Flashback Friday: R.E.M. "Leave"

Today is Michael Stipe's birthday: let's celebrate with an underrated R.E.M. track from New Adventures in Hi-Fi.
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