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Cracked Rear View

Product ID : 2170347


Galleon Product ID 2170347
UPC / ISBN 075678261329
Shipping Weight 0.2 lbs
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Manufacturer Hootie & The Blowfish
Shipping Dimension 5.51 x 4.88 x 0.39 inches
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Brand Hootie & The Blowfish
Number Of Discs 1
Package Quantity 1
Publication Date 1994-07-05
Release Date 1994-07-05
UPC 075678261329
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Cracked Rear View Features

  • Record Label: Atlantic

  • Catalog#: 7567-82613-2

  • Country Of Release: EU

  • Year Of Release: 1995


About Cracked Rear View

Product Description Hootie & The Blowfish comprised of four University of South Carolina graduates, began as a classic rock/R.E.M. cover band, but polished an original sound through persistent East Coast tours, and developed a fanatical regional following with their 1993 indy release KOOCHYPOP. With CRACKED REAR VIEW, Hootie & The Blowfish have distilled their unique brand of Southern rock & soul into a driving pop sound, marked by an insistent rhythm groove, shimmering, soaring guitar work, and sweet country/R&B-styled vocal harmonies. Certified at 16 million units by the RIAA. (2/01) Amazon.com Cracked Rear View marks the commercial debut of these college buddies from South Carolina, and it sold an astonishing 13 million copies in its first year of release. With Darius Rucker's ringing baritone and Mark Bryan's muscular guitar framing Jim Sonefeld's bluesy, energetic southern folk rock tunes, it's easy to understand its success: It's the kind of thoroughly likable album people sing along with on the car radio. When Rucker demands, "Stand up and let me see you smile," there's something that feels real and convincing behind it; sure, it's a formula, but a sincere one, and it works over and over again. Songs like "Let Her Cry," "Hold My Hand," and "Running from an Angel" lay down the rhythm for a cohesive, feel-good collection. There may not be a lot of virtuosity behind it, but there's plenty of fun. --Barrie Trinkle