'Been Caught Stealing'
The success of this bass-heavy ode to theft helped fuel the decade's highly influential Lollapalooza tours.
Does he mean it was great? If so, shouldn't he do more than just wait to see her again on the Fourth of July?
If you're a historian from the future, by "down" he means having a close friendship, not low or sad.
This slow, brooding song is actually a revenge fantasy about trapping a rich guy in a crappy hotel room.
This moody, atmospheric club hit probably deserved to be on a better soundtrack than 1997's 'The Saint.'
'In the Meantime'
The British glam-rockers wake up in a really great mood and send love "to the future of the humankind."
Pretty much the one and only time this legendary underground band would sync up with the mainstream.
'(Good Riddance) Time of Your Life'
Cliches are cliches because they are true, and great songs like this get overplayed because they are great.
It may be titled 'You,' but Kevin Martin says "I" or "I'll" almost 40 times. Somebody order a mixed message salad?
This song's like a pile of unassembled parts, or a magic trick where you see the secret, but are still awed.
'Down in a Hole'
This tale of hopelessness is even more haunting to hear now that singer Layne Stayley has left us behind.
'Bound for the Floor'
A powerful reminder of how harsh criticism, from parents or peers, can lead to a very negative self-image.
This song's fantastic bass line is a like a big, happy, boisterous, lurching drunk. Gimme the keys, though...
A bit of a dichotomy between the catchy sing-along music and the "only stupid people are breeding" message here.
'Head Like a Hole'
You know why this record's out of print? Cause Trent would rather die, than give a label control...
'Killing in the Name'
In 2009, Facebook fans decided to send this to the top of the British Pop Charts. Why? it's a great story...
The normally bratty California punk-rockers get serious, not quiet, when talking about a grave site visit.