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8 thoughts on “ How Can I Live Without You - Cracker - The Golden Age (CD, Album) ”

  1. The Golden Age contains classics and Cracker-fan favorites such as "Big Dipper," "How Can I Live Without You," "Sweet Thistle Pie," and " Flower Power Maxium," to name a few. Every single tune on this one is likeable to me, and I will always consider it, possibly my favorite Cracker recording to date/5(24).
  2. Aug 28,  · It’s a bold move to name one’s album The Golden Age, with David Lowery explaining that to me by saying, “In our history (as Cracker), we have no essential ‘Golden Age’. The term usually refers to a high point in a period of time. During a golden age, there is most likely a long period of peace, harmony, stability and prosperity.4/5(38).
  3. The Golden Age is the third studio album by American alternative rock band Cracker. It was released on April 2, , by Virgin. Three singles were released from the album: "I Hate My Generation," "Nothing to Believe in," and "Sweet Thistle Pie."Genre: Alternative rock, grunge.
  4. How Can I Live Without You Lyrics: You can still come and bring me coffee in the morning / You can still come and make me chicken fried steak / Or you can live your life with whomever you please.
  5. The Golden Age, an Album by Cracker. Released in April on Virgin (catalog no. 8 2 6; CD). Genres: Alternative Rock.
  6. The Golden Age contains classics and Cracker-fan favorites such as "Big Dipper," "How Can I Live Without You," "Sweet Thistle Pie," and " Flower Power Maxium," to name a few. Every single tune on this one is likeable to me, and I will always consider it, possibly my favorite Cracker recording to date/5(25).
  7. 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 5/

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