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Blind Melon's Letters from a Porcupine (1996)

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Credited cast:
Glen Graham ...
Himself (Drums / Percussion)
Shannon Hoon ...
Himself (Lead Vocals)
Brad Smith ...
Himself (Bass / Backing Vocals)
Rogers Stevens ...
Himself (Guitar)
Christopher Thorn ...
Himself (Guitar)


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19 November 1996 (USA)  »

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God Bless Blind Melon
18 May 2004 | by (US) – See all my reviews

Shannon Hoon has got to be one of the most talented singers of the 20th century. I bought "Letters from a Porcupine" on DVD, and I think that it's great! It has all of their videos, including one for one of Blind Melon's greatest songs, "change," and it includes clips of them from their every day life. This is a must have for any Blind Melon fan. It's hard to find DVD's (or VHS') of bands like them. But if you listen to bands like Pearl Jam, or the Black Crowes, I highly recommend you give Blind Melon a listen. They have a very vivacious, unique sound in their music which is hard to find these days, and the lyrics are incredible. Unfortunately Shannon Hoon is deceased, now, so there won't be any follow up albums. I also own their self titles album and their album entitled "Soup", and "Nico". All of them are equally good, but to be able to actually watch them on video is a great experience, so i highly recommend it. If you're unsure as to whether or not it's worth the money, I can tell you it certainly is.

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