Wednesday, September 27, 2023

Best of 1992 MixTape


Turns out 1992 was a very good year for music I still listen to today.  Tori Amos came out with her debut album.  Sade put out her best album.  K.D. Lang splashed on the scene with a brilliant album.  10,000 Maniacs came out with their last album.  All in all it was a fun year. 

20. Release Me by Miki Howard
19. Galileo by Indigo Girls
18. Secret Garden by Madonna
17. Miss Chatelaine by K.D. Lang
16. China by Tori Amos
15. People Everyday by Arrested Development
14. Success Has Made a Failure of Our Home by Sinead O'Connor
13. Precious Things by Tori Amos
12. Bullet Proof Soul by Sade
11. A Letter to Elise by The Cure
10. Silent All These Years by Tori Amos
9. Moments of Love by Cathy Dennis
8. Still Thrives This Love by K.D. Lang
7. Kiss of Life by Sade
6. Found Out About You by Gin Blossoms
5. How Insensitive by Sinead O'Connor
4. Ain't Nobody Like You by Miki Howard
3. Falling by Cathy Dennis
2. Fascination - Live by Everything But the Girl
1. Jezebel by 10,000 Maniacs


  1. Sinead's version of "Success Has Made a Failure of Our Home" is probably my favorite recording of hers. I'm pretty sure that is the song she sang first on the Saturday Night Live before she ripped the picture of the pope. It was a beautiful performance.

  2. Tori Amos might be the one artist whose music was actually purchased by every person I actually dated.

  3. I've said this around here before, and I'll say it again--first time I heard "Hey, Jealousy," I thought to myself, "Oh, good, John Waite has a new record out;" first time I heard "Found Out About You," I thought to myself, "Oh, good, Blue Oyster Cult has a new record out." Love both of those Gin Blossoms songs so much.

  4. Hmmm ... might've been "How Insensitive" that Sinead O'Connor did on SNL that night.