S.F. Jude Terror wrote:
I'm sure you have. They did that song "Love Fool" in the 90s.
What part of the '90s specifically?
EDIT: Ah yes, just as I suspected. Mid-'90s, 1996- which is right square in my cultural black hole.
I know no one remembers minutiae on forums like this (except me, that is!), but I know I've mentioned it before. I wanted to get away and lived on 300 acres of mountaintop for several years in the '90s. I had charge of anywhere between 85-120 Scottish Black-face sheep. I got an NPR radio station in sometimes, but the only tv station I could get was some network from Canada, and that I only got by firing a long wire into the top of a tall tree with a crossbow and running it to the cabin for an antenna. The nearest theater was about an hour away, and if on occasion we headed into a town, it's a sure bet The Cardigans wouldn't have been overheard anywhere in it.
For a number of months, I didn't even live in a cabin. I built a big tent platform in a clearing in the woods and rigged up a huge old Swiss military tent that withstood anything. I had a small generator that ran electricity to the tent, enough for a light and a coffee maker and a television/vcr. Me and a woman and two dogs. You could hear coyotes at night, and bear or a moose would not be uncommon. Actually, Moose were kind of uncommon now that I think about it, but I saw a few. Chickadees would land on my shoulders and chipmunks would sit in my hands.