How Big Were the Hit Songs Spoofed on Apoplectic?
Wed., Nov. 12. 2014 11:32am EST
Our Apoplectic CD (now available for download and coming soon on CD), features 13 songs from the 1990's. Some of you were either too young, too old, or too disinterested to follow the music scene at the time, but every song we spoofed was a #1 or #2 hit on the Billboard music charts. Here's a list of the songs and what positions they reached:
1. Come for Some (Cumbersome by Seven Mary Three)
#1 Mainstream, #7 Modern (1996)
2. Proving My Religion (Losing My Religion by REM)
#1 Mainstream, #1 Modern, #4 Pop (1991)
3. God's Own Son (Black Hole Sun by Soundgarden)
#1 Mainstream, #2 Modern (1994)
4. Aaronic (Ironic by Alanis Morisette)
#1 Modern, #4 Pop (1996)
5. Better Than Exorcism (Good by Better Than Ezra)
#1 Modern, #3 Mainstream (1995)
6. One More Wall (Wonderwall by Oasis)
#1 Modern, #9 Mainstream, #8 Pop (1995)
7. Bathwater (Backwater by The Meat Puppets)
#2 Mainstream, #11 Modern (1994)
8. This is from Paul (This is a Call by The Foo Fighters)
#2 Modern, #6 Mainstream (1995)
9. God Knows You've Tried (Slide by The Goo Goo Dolls)
#1 Modern, #4 Mainstream, #8 Pop (1998)
10. Comeback (Comedown by Bush)
#1 Modern, #2 Mainstream (1995)
11. One of Us Indeed (One of Us by Joan Osborne)
#2 Mainstream, #7 Modern, #4 Pop (1996)
12. Matching Punches (Bullet with Butterfly Wings by The Smashing Pumpkins)
#2 Modern, #4 Mainstream (1995)
13. Under the Breath (Under the Bridge by The Red Hot Chili Peppers)
#2 Pop, #2 Mainstream (1992)
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