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John Prine, The Missing Years
A fine effort from the treasured songwriter. "Jesus: The Missing Years" is a fan-favorite; "Everything Is Cool" is among Prine's prettiest tunes.
I daresay Tribe's second record—jam-packed with classics like "Buggin' Out" and "What?"—was the best album released this day.
The first effort from Blur didn't make a huge splash in the U.S., but it did feature standout single "She's So High" and other shoegazey gems.
This disc sounded a bit outdated even in '91, and it is not considered the Cult's best work. Still, Ian Astbury goes nuts—David Lee Roth-style—on "Heart and Soul."
The famed hip-hop duo tried best to remain positive on the eve of
, promoting marriage, anti-violence and black unity with easy-to-understand raps. Alas, the tide was changing:
would be Kid 'n Play's last album together.