The Golden Age is the third studio album by American alternative rock band Cracker, released on April 2, 1996. Three singles were released from the album: "I Hate My Generation," "Nothing to Believe in" and "Sweet Thistle Pi. All tracks written by David Lowery and Johnny Hickman, except where noted. I Hate My Generation" – 2:57. I'm a Little Rocket Ship" – 3:23. Big Dipper" (Lowery) – 5:40. Nothing to Believe In" (Lowery, Hickman, Bob Rupe) – 3:25. The Golden Age" – 3:44.
The Golden Age (CD, Album). Virgin, Virgin Music Canada. This is a very fine reflective album. It states facts and asks questions for which there may seem to be answers, but in the end, all they, and all we are left with is the music, a soundtrack for a life less certain. The music is rhythmic, dynamic, and solidly rooted. There is a great deal of Rock ‘N Roll blending effortlessly with the Blues and Country flavorings. to the point where all are so intermixed that it becomes impossible to distinguish one from the other.
The Golden Age. Cracker. Album The Golden Age. The Golden Age Lyrics. This is the Golden Age It's hard to imagine With the way I feel today That this is the Golden Age The Golden Age. Somewhere I failed Somewhere I lost you In a black crowd of crows And shiny things I can't remember. This is the Golden Age This is the Golden Age The Golden Age. It seems like I'm high But baby I'm crawling In the unbearable days I threw away But I should have savored The flaxen light Off of the dying wheat Your rye whiskey mouth And your dandelion teeth
Kerosene Hat, Cracker's second album, was an unexpected hit because of its off-kilter charm. Though Cracker rocked hard throughout the record, they also threw in fractured pop and country tunes that gave the album a broader appeal. The band's follow-up album, The Golden Age, tries to expand on that appeal by burying the weirdness inherent in David Lowery's songwriting with loud, grungy guitars and a more streamlined production. The change is evident from the record's leadoff track, "I Hate My Generation
All lyrics from The Golden Age album, popular Cracker songs with tracklist and information about album. Album The Golden Age (1996). Bob Rupe, David Lowery, Johnny Hickman.
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Is The Golden Age the best album by Cracker? BestEverAlbums. com brings together thousands of 'greatest ever album' charts and calculates an overall ranking. This album At A Glance. The Golden Age by Cracker (1996) Overall rank: 19,829th.