Melon: Remixes for Propaganda was a groundbreaking collection of nineties U2 tracks remixed by leading DJ's and producers. Released in 1995 exclusively to subscribers of U2's long-running fan club magazine Propaganda, the title Melon was a play on 'Lemon' and the Paul Oakenfold/Steve Osborne remix which had become a huge summer club hit. With remixes by The Soul Assassins, David Morales and Massive Attack, the limited edition CD quickly became a global collectors item.
Blind Melon is an American rock band formed in formed in Los Angeles, California by two musicians from Mississippi and one from Indiana. Best remembered for their 1993 single "No Rain", the group enjoyed critical and commercial success in the early 1990s with their neo-psychedelic take on alternative rock.
4 x CD in book/DVD-style tall packaging. Containing 3 rare and previously unreleased concerts from San Francisco 1970, England 1970 and Melbourne Australia 1988. These concerts highlight the genius that was Miles Davies and are also an important piece of jazz history. All discs have been digitally remastered for superior sound quality .The iconic artwork and in dept sleeve notes make this a must have release for all true jazz fans.
Most '90s rock bands who enjoyed massive breakthrough success with their debut album seemed to follow it up with an effort similarly styled to its predecessor, hence guaranteeing repeat success. This proved not to be the case with Blind Melon. It appeared as though the band rejected the jovial spirit of No Rain and focused on much darker material for their follow-up, Soup. […] Soup is one of the most underrated and overlooked great rock albums of the '90s.