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10,000,000 Maniacs

I have never been to a campfire in my whole life. Maybe once at camp in 5th grade, but that was decades ago! ...ha ha. ...but there are definitely some great songs, like "Verdi Cries," in this collection which I can imagine myself singing at a campfire. Make your own choice - maybe "Like the Weather? - which one's would YOU sing and there are plenty of options, such as "Hello In There" which I would love to sing and reminisce by a campfire with some friends. This collection has great, great songs sung and some written, also, by Natalie Merchant and her maniacs - her fans! - which, I reckon, were around 10,000,000 at some point. My summer of '89 was underscored with the sound of "Trouble Me" constantly rotating on MTV. These are all great songs for listening and singing at a campfire or while taking a shower. ...hey! She writes them and we get to sing them. There ya go!

Decent

Its a decent collection but i wish it included their cover of R.E.M.'s "Don't Go Back To Rockville."

Biography

Genre: Rock

An acclaimed, multi-platinum selling American alternative rock outfit whose agreeable blend of jangle pop and folk-rock helped to define college rock scene of the late 1980s and early 1990s, 10,000 Maniacs (named after the low-budget horror movie 2,000 Maniacs) were formed in Jamestown, New York, in 1981 by singer Natalie Merchant and guitarist John Lombardo. Other members of the sextet were Robert Buck (guitar), Steven Gustafson (bass), Dennis Drew (keyboards), and Jerry Augustyniak (drums). The...
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