My two favorite Deadeye Dick songs to play live are both from the second record, ; they are "It Doesn’t Really Matter" and "I Know Better" which are both jangly and bouncy musically while being fairly acerbic lyrically. all the time and I loved playing "Your Love Is Killing Me" in those settings. Since 90s 411 is dedicated to all things 90s, we’d love for you to weigh in with your favorites from this very cool decade.From the first record, I’d say "Sentimental Crap;" before we were signed, Mark and I played tons of open mics in N. I agree the 90’s were a great decade for music-that brief period in the earlier years when alternative terrestrial radio stations popped up all over (before they all fell under one of two corporate overlords). What are you and your fellow Deadeye Dick band mates up to these days? Mark Miller and I both work in the bustling Louisiana film industry (me in the Art Department, Mark as both a Production Supervisor as well as a fairly busy actor (as Mark Adam).If you are still on the page where the annoying ad was (or still is) displayed, then proceed to fill out this form.
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Our current set consists of alternative rock hits from the 90s and 00s with a few wild cards thrown in for maximum danceability.
We're always adding new songs so keep checking in for updates.
I have to say I never characterized my/our music as such-they might be Mark Miller’s words (he took over the Deadeye Dick My Space page from a fan who was kind enough to set it up in the first place. Obviously, several legendary trumpet players and progenitors of rock & roll, R&B and funk have come from here.
If asked to describe our music, I think I would be far more prosaic and just call it power-alterna-pop that wears it’s Brit influences on its sleeves. One common thread is most of us actually tend to play a hair behind the beat, with what a record producer pal of mine refers to as a "greasy" feel.
UPDATED Pack your sarongs and nipple wax, we’re going to Thailand.
This week is all about the dreaded fantasy suites, and we all know what happens in the dreaded fantasy suites. Because I take my job as a at my local grocery store where I could have been seen by people I know. Do you know what that word means, can confirm that the 6-foot-3 former fitness model is engaged to one of the final four contestants on the ABC reality hit (Mondays, 7 p.m.), the devout Christian, 29, and his bride-to-be are abstaining from sex until they swap I do’s.” Alright, so he wants to wait until he gets married. Ash£ee, whose abandonment issues have somehow morphed into control issues and a mess of generalized anxiety, begins to panic.
That said, the breezy, bouncy vibe of owes as much to our love of the great bands of the 60’s (Beatles, Kinks, Beach Boys, The Who, etc.) and the 80’s (The Police, U2, Elvis Costello, XTC, etc.) and an unintended resistance to the dourness of the burgeoning grunge scene/sound. How did it come about that "New Age Girl" was chosen to be on the soundtrack of 1994’s ? "New Age Girl" was already a hit and climbing up the charts when RCA approached us, and I think it’s safe to say the soundtrack helped the song get even bigger.
The first time I saw the movie, I was dating a woman who was a Rhodes Scholar and she suggested we "see the movie with your song in it" — I thought neither of us would care for it (and was right at the time, though the rest of the audience was roaring).
Episode four of Hindsight brought us to Halloween where Becca “bumped” into Andy in perfect matching costumes! While we sweat Becca’s lovelife, we’re attempting to keep up with the ’90s music as we long for those days of Slap bracelets and the “Macarena.” Check out our handy list of songs here and stream the official playlist below!