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Artist: Candlebox

Title: Lucy

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Category: Modern Hard Rock

Year: 1995

Label: Maverick

Catalog Number: 9 45962-2

Personnel

Kevin Martin vocals, backing guitar
Bardi Martin bass, guitars
Scott Mercado drums, dulcimer
Peter Klett guitars

Randy Gaine piano
Kelly Gray rhythm guitar, producer

Tracks

1.  Simple Lessons  
2.  Drowned  
3.  Lucy  
4.  Best Friend  
5.  Become (To Tell)  
6.  Understanding  
7.  Crooked Halo  
8.  Bothered  
9.  Butterfly  
10.  It's Amazing  
11.  Vulgar Before Me  
12.  Butterfly Reprise  

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From: Doghouse Reilly Date: May 13, 2016 at 21:13
Lucy was a very underwhelming follow-up to Candlebox's very successful first album. "Simple Lessons' was the first single, and while it's quite heavy by Candlebox standards (while using that slow, lurching beat they used so often--see "You" and "Mother's Dream" off the debut), but it just never stuck. There was no hook. The rest of the songs pretty much all follow suit, whether they're soft or heavy. And it has that same shitty production sound Kelly Gray puts on EVERYTHING he touches, whether it's Brother Cane or Nevermore. As an aside, I don't necessarily have a problem with Candlebox being on HH--after all, Blackboard Jungle is on here and they have some musical similarity to Candlebox although they looked glam. But I think it opens the door for a lot of mid-'90's alternative-rock bands that really have nothing to do with what I always thought HH stood for. If Candlebox is in, what about Sponge or Spacehog? Maybe Collective Soul or the Gin Blossoms are really AOR bands. Know what I

From: Doghouse Reilly Date: May 13, 2016 at 21:16
... mean? Hell, the Nixons used to be on this site at one time, but weere removed for some reason. (I even resubmitted them once but they didn't make the cut.) I guess it all points up the relative meaninglessness of labels, but I think it's a fair discussion. Is Matchbox 20 next?


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