Progrography

Cracker
CVB split into two camps after Key Lime Pie, but only one of them got a major-label deal. Cracker featured the signature voice and absurd songcraft of David Lowery, and scored early alt-rock hits with "Teen Angst" and "Low." Although less experimental than CVB, Cracker was hardly a commercial band; their modest success (more than CVB enjoyed in its brief lifetime) was due to audiences "catching up" with the alt-rock movement. Even when CVB re-formed, Cracker didn't crumble, releasing new albums and joining CVB on tour.

Date ALBUMS / Singles
1992 March Teen Angst (What The World Needs Now)
1992 March 10 CRACKER
1992 Happy Birthday To Me
1992 This Is Cracker Soul
1992 TUCSON (EP)
1992 I Ride My Bike
1993 August 24 KEROSENE HAT
1994 May Low
1994 July Get Off This
1994 THE VIRGIN YEARS (Promo)
1994 Movie Star
1994 Let's Go For A Ride
1994 Euro-Trash Girl
1996 April 2 THE GOLDEN AGE
1996 I Hate My Generation
1996 Nothing To Believe In
1996 Sweet Thistle Pie
1998 August 25 GENTLEMANS BLUES
1998 The Good Life
1998 The World Is Mine
2000 March 14 GARAGE D'OR
2001 Merry Christmas Emily
2001 Shine
2001 Don't Bring Us Down
2002 January 29 FOREVER
2002 Guarded By Monkeys
2002 HELLO, CLEVELAND! LIVE FROM THE METRO
2003 October 14 COUNTRYSIDES
2003 Up Against The Wall
2006 February 21 THE BEST OF CRACKER: GET ON WITH IT
2006 February 21 GREATEST HITS REDUX
2006 Something You Ain't Got
2006 June 6 GREENLAND
2006 Everybody Gets One For Free
2009 May 5 SUNRISE IN THE LAND OF MILK AND HONEY

SEE ALSO...
CRACKER discography (unsalted)
CAMPER VAN BEETHOVEN discography

 

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