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I'm diggin' it.

CTD is a largely overlooked band. I've listened to some of their records literally hundreds of times. Others have been sorely disappointing.

This collection was unexpected as it's more of the CTD that I love best. The second and third records represented what I liked best about the band. This material sounds a lot like that mood and style of music (as most of it was recorded around that time frame). It's great getting to hear more from my favorite time period in the band's career. If you really liked "A Worm's Life", you'll probably like most of the tunes on this one.

Biography

Formed: 1988 in Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada

Genre: Rock

Years Active: '80s, '90s, '00s, '10s

With their clever lyrics and folk-tinged melodies, the Crash Test Dummies were a perfect rock band for affluent '90s college students and yuppies. Their first album was a multi-platinum hit in their native Canada, but only gained a small cult following in other parts of the world. Thanks to former Talking Head Jerry Harrison's clean, radio-friendly production, the follow-up album, God Shuffled His Feet (1993), broke big in the States and, in turn, Europe. The first single from the record, "MMM MMM...
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