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Album Review

Apart from David Lowery's tendency to slip in some smug, self-serving lyrics, Cracker's debut is a terrific rock & roll record, full of energetic three-chord bashers and surprisingly moving ballads.

Customer Reviews

Classic must own album

If you don't own this album you are dumb. That's all.


Seriously people? One of the seminal albums of 90s rock and not one review? Breaks my heart...

One of the few great

This is one of the few great album from the 90's that I still love now. Awesome group who stays within their genre. Love this album.


Formed: 1991 in Redlands, CA

Genre: Rock

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

During Cracker's heyday in the 1990s, the Virginia-based band molded elements of alternative pop/rock and country into several irreverent, buzzworthy anthems. Singer/guitarist David Lowery made no attempt to mask his affinity for traditional roots music, but his own background was far from traditional, as he spent the '80s fronting the quirky alternative outfit Camper Van Beethoven. Shortly after Camper Van Beethoven embarked on a long hiatus in 1990, Lowery began demoing new material with guitarist...
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Cracker, Cracker
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  • $5.99
  • Genres: Rock, Music, Hard Rock, Adult Alternative, American Trad Rock
  • Released: Jun 29, 1992

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