Sunday Video Love: Spiderwebs

Sunday, November 2, 2014

All this talk about the '90s making a comeback is making me feel nostalgic, so I decided to pull up all my old albums that I actually bought in the '90s and have been playing them non-stop. But No Doubt's Tragic Kingdom will always be one of the most defining records of the '90s to me because it was the first album I ever owned (on cassette!), and this song was the one that originally got me into them (and remains one of my favourite songs from the '90s).

Also, is Gwen Stefani is a vampire or what?
9 comments on "Sunday Video Love: Spiderwebs"
  1. I KNOW. SHE LOOKS SO GOOD! She looks the same. It's insane! And I love her signature red.

    1. Ooh, and you're reading Croak! I finally finished the third book a little while ago :D Have you read "Hold Me Close, Necromancer?" That one was pretty good, too!

    2. I am loving the Croak series -- I just finished the second book and am starting the third now, lol. Thanks for the rec! Did you ever watch Dead Like Me? There was only two seasons released before it got cancelled, but it's one of my favourite shows of all time. Croak reminds me of the show. :)

      Will add Hold Me Close, Necromancer to my to-read list. ;)

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    1. Such an epic opening song for Tragic Kingdom! Will always be one of my favourites for that reason; just the memory of rewinding my cassette to the beginning just to listen to this one, lol.

  3. Love this song, love this album, love this band!

    1. Haha, me too! I know it's said a lot, but they really don't make music like this anymore. Just the ingenuity of the sound; this album was solely responsible for the ska revival in the '90s! So relevant, even to this day. :)

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    1. Haha, I was totally thinking of you and our planned '90s karaoke night. We really need to do it!


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