Category: Rock

Too Young - Tom Smith (2) / Don Fleming - Gin Blossoms (CD)


  1. Gin Blossoms, a Single by Tom Smith & Don Fleming. Released in October on Seminal Twang (catalog no. TWANG 7; Vinyl 7"). Genres: Noise Rock. Featured peformers: Tom Smith (performer), Don Fleming (performer, producer), Jim Waters (engineer), Jad Fair (aka_text artwork role_id aka_text).3/5(4).
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  4. Jan 29,  · Congratulations I’m Sorry was initially received as a sunny follow-up to the band’s breakthrough, and its best moments are earnestly good-natured. Its finest song, “Perfectly Still,” is an uptempo rocker with a winding bassline evidencing Gin Blossoms’ desert-rock roots. But too much of the writing devolves into sappy nonsense, such as the color-by-numbers ballad “Virginia,” and.
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  8. Jul 17,  · "Please don't request 'Breakfast at Tiffany's,'" the Gin Blossoms write on their Myspace page. "It's not even a Gin Blossoms song (it's by Deep Blue Something.)" So this is what it's come to. The Gin Blossoms were disciples of Big Star, R.E.M. and The Replacements, and for a time, they seemed capable of being nearly as significant as those acts.
  9. Gin Blossoms graduated from the college rock circuit to the pop charts in , when the singles "Hey Jealousy" and "Found Out About You" cracked the Billboard Top Compared to the waves of grunge produced in the wake of Nirvana's breakthrough, the Gin Blossoms evoked an earlier time -- specifically, the big jangle of the '80s, when the South was alive with bands who strove to replicate the.