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Cracker 5/15/09

Cracker 5/15/09 Jason Thrasher / myspace.com/crackerhatesmyspace
Written by Kim Vrooman
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  • Date Recorded: May 15, 2009
  • Artist / Band: Cracker
  • Hosting Show: Interstate
  • Sound: Dan Kinney

With a clutch of Top 20 hits -- including "Teen Angst" "Eurotrash Girl" and "I Hate My Generation" -- the alternative rockers of Cracker continue to feed hungry fans. The band performed songs from the newly released Sunrise in the Land of Milk and Honey on the Interstate.

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In the words of the band's website, the new album promises to "train a watchful eye on the current socio-musical landscape" and to "weave an eerie yet strangely soothing story of escapism, apocalypse and renewal." The album features founding members David Lowery and Johnny Hickman, as well as guest appearances by John Doe, Patterson Hood and Adam Duritz, with production by David Barbe, who has worked with St. Louis' own Son Volt. "Crumbs," as Cracker fans call themselves, crackled with excitement to see the band in St. Louis on May 15, 2009 at the Duck Room.

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