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June 6, 1996 | ROGER CATLIN, THE HARTFORD COURANT
New York's Spin Doctors were on a roll. Their 1992 debut album, "Pocket Full of Kryptonite," sold 7 million copies and spun off a couple of hit singles, both of which are still staples of rock radio. At the same time, the band's exuberant retro approach helped open the door for the commercial success of a whole new crop of bands who gave a fresh spin to old rock with enthusiastic jamming, among them Blues Traveler, the Dave Matthews Band and Phish.
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June 6, 1996 | ROGER CATLIN, THE HARTFORD COURANT
New York's Spin Doctors were on a roll. Their 1992 debut album, "Pocket Full of Kryptonite," sold 7 million copies and spun off a couple of hit singles, both of which are still staples of rock radio. At the same time, the band's exuberant retro approach helped open the door for the commercial success of a whole new crop of bands who gave a fresh spin to old rock with enthusiastic jamming, among them Blues Traveler, the Dave Matthews Band and Phish.
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January 30, 1993 | STEVE HOCHMAN, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
When the Spin Doctors made the cover of Rolling Stone last month, it was clearly the mark of a new phase for both the band and the magazine. For the 4-year-old New York-based quartet, it was a symbol of recognition and renown far ahead of schedule. For the magazine, it was an overdue change of focus with an emphasis on new music rather than veteran stars. But to hear singer Chris Barron talk, the whole thing took on a different slant.
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January 30, 1993 | STEVE HOCHMAN, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
When the Spin Doctors made the cover of Rolling Stone last month, it was clearly the mark of a new phase for both the band and the magazine. For the 4-year-old New York-based quartet, it was a symbol of recognition and renown far ahead of schedule. For the magazine, it was an overdue change of focus with an emphasis on new music rather than veteran stars. But to hear singer Chris Barron talk, the whole thing took on a different slant.
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