I know, I know. We've been AWOL for a while. It's been a busy summer. But we're back. And we aren't leaving for a long time.
The opening track to the 1991 debut album (God Fodder) by Ned's Atomic Dustbin originally started life as a song that had nothing to do with television.... until Alex Griffin saw a sticker in Mystic, Connecticut. Why he was in Mystic, I'm not sure - but that changed his album and his song for good.
The shoegaze genre, which was so damned popular among the kids whose parents just didn't understand them, was set on its ear with this album, which took the genre and turned up the amps. This song - and in fact the whole album - was somewhat groundbreaking.
By the way, they're still around, still touring, and still killing televisions.
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