Thursday, October 31, 2013

The 11 Best Songs By Live of the 90s

It may be Halloween but it's also throwback Thursday.  So a little treat for you, let's go back to Live (the band) in their heyday.  Throwing Copper is easily the most underrated album of the decade.  When it came out many people thought Live might actually become bigger than Pearl Jam because of it.  It does hold up and it was a struggle to not have an entire top 11 with just Throwing Copper songs...and honestly, would anyone have argued against it?

Here are the 11 Best Songs By Live of the 90s:
  1. White, Discussion (Throwing Copper)
  2. I Alone (Throwing Copper)
  3. Operation Spirit (Mental Jewelry)
  4. Lakini's Juice (Secret Samadhi)
  5. Pillars of Davidson (Throwing Copper)
  6. Lightning Crashes (Throwing Copper)
  7. Waitress (Throwing Copper)
  8. Heropsychodreamer (Secret Samadhi)
  9. Pains Lies on the Riverside (Mental Jewelry)
  10. Iris (Throwing Copper)
  11. The Dolphin's Cry (The Distance to Here)
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ostjohn said...

Wow. You're not kidding that it's hard to pick... but oddly, my absolute top three Live songs from that era are entirely absent from your list... those being 'Brothers Unaware', 'Selling The Drama' and 'The Beauty Of Grey'.

acompleteunknown said...

Selling The Drama and Beaut Of Grey are great songs and were just on the edge of making the list. Good Pain was right there with them, too.