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1992 in albums: Spooky, by Lush

Dreamy pop from the peak of the Shoegaze era

Cover of “Spooky” by Lush

The term “shoegaze” was always meant as an insult. It referred to a breed of musicians who spent so much time staring at their effects pedals that they never made eye contact with the audience.

This came across as a kind of anti-rock star posturing, which enraged many people at the time. Richey Edwards of…

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Bernard O'Leary

Bernard O'Leary

Hey, I’m a pro content writer. This account is for my extremely unprofessional essays on pop culture and 90s music. You’ll find more on www.thisweekinth90s.com

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