Dosman's disc for…..Roger

November 1992 was a special time for me. It was the start of my senior year of high school. Grunge was on its way to taking over music as I knew it, but prog rock still held a special place for me and my cross-country teammates. And still yet, music we called pop was still there, doing it’s thing. Not nearly as prevalent as it had been, but still there. You could feel the churn in the music business from traditional pop to grunge/alternative. I worked for a record store chain called Sound Warehouse, and it exposed me to all kinds of music I would have never normally listened to. That job really broadened my musical horizons in the pre-Internet era. So, this is my trip back to November of 1992, a super exciting time and the beginning of what I feel is the last real revolution in music, from pop to grunge, a genre that occupied my musical tastes for the next 10 years or so.

Enjoy my trip down memory lane!


Track list:

  1. Alice In Chains – Would! (Soundtrack-Singles, 6/30/1992)
  2. Rush – Dreamline (Roll The Bones, 10/3/1991)
  3. Queensryche – Best I Can (Empire, 10/4/1990)
  4. The Heights – How Do You Talk To an Angel? (Soundtrack-The Heights 10/5/1992)
  5. Del Amitri – Always The Last To Know (Change Everything, 6/1/1992)
  6. Gin Blossoms – Until I Fall Away (New Miserable Experience, 8/4/1992)
  7. Rush – The Pass (Presto, 11/21/1989)
  8. Metallica – Nothing Else Matters (Metallica, 8/12/1991)
  9. Nirvana – Smells Like Teen Sprit (Nevermind, 9/24/1991)
  10. Eric Clapton – Tears In Heaven (Soundtrack-Rush, 1/14/1992)
  11. Brian May – Driven By You (Back To The Light, 9/28/1992)
  12. Sophie B. Hawkins – Damn I Wish I Was Your Lover (Tongues and Tails, 4/21/1992)
  13. Sonia Dada – You Don't Treat Me No Good (Sonia Dada, 9/22/1992)
  14. Inxs – Beautiful Girl (Welcome To Wherever You Are, 8/3/1992)
  15. Pearl Jam – Release, (Ten, 8/27/1991)

Shipping: Mine went into the USPS today, October 1. Roger should have it on Monday, October 3. Enjoy!

Recording Methodology: Rips from the CDs that I owned (and I owned a lot of them) to FLAC using XLD for Mac to Platinum MD to MZ-NF610 via USB.

Label: I'm a terrible artist (that's why I married one), so standard label with a picture I thought that captured the way I felt.

Notes: I lost These Are Days from 10,000 Maniacs because the album came out 11/14/1992. Wanted to squeeze it in, but rules are rules. The rest of this was super-fun to collect and a real trip down memory lane. Brought back all the fun memories of working in the record store and high school. I hope someone enjoys this list as much as I did in collecting it.


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