A couple of weeks ago, I made what I think is a pretty damn good case for why 1992 was the single best year for music in at least the past three decades or so. (Listening Post: Last Decade, Dead Century Edition/2.1.08)
A couple of readers, however, were quick to point out a huge oversight on my part; I negected to mention an album that not only goes a long way in proving my theory, it stands as the best rock record of the 90s.
Faith No More's Angel Dust.
Here now, two reasons why it's become a modern classic -- starting with Midlife Crisis.
And, A Small Victory.
Friday, February 22, 2008
Posted by Chez at 8:12 AM