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After that, the songs for the most part just aren't as catchy as on previous Cracker records.
The album comes closer than most to having it all--great hooks, driving rhythms and deep contrasts in mood and style blended almost without flaw.
Every single tune on this one is likeable to me, and I will always consider it, possibly my favorite Cracker recording to date.
I remember when this album came out. I was still a teenybopper of 16 years old. A friend of mine bought this album and he used to play this album as we would drive in his car. Read morePublished on July 31, 2011 by Dhaval Vyas
Cracker's 3rd Studio album the 1996 "The Golden Age" #63, was 3 years after "kerosene Hat". This little gem has grungey guitar workouts like "I Hate My Generation" #13 modern rock... Read morePublished on July 26, 2010 by ScottE
David Lowery had college rocksuccess with Campervanbethoven in the eighties,A mere whisper in rock history. Read morePublished on June 19, 2010 by Shane E. Kappert
This sounds like Cracker trying to lose the nasally sound to thier music. Thier album "Kerosine Hat" had a nasal sound to vocals, and hearing "Low" on the radio was about as... Read morePublished on September 8, 2006 by Daniel Hayes
This is the weakest of Cracker's albums to date, but it still contains incredible gems such as "Big Dipper" and "How Can I Live Without You" which are as good as it gets with these... Read morePublished on July 7, 2005 by Mark R. Spencer
Fans of Kerosene Hat, Crackers Most popular album, should be pleased with The Golden Age. Its starts off with the hard rocking "I Hate My Generation", sort of Gen. Read morePublished on November 10, 2003 by Train
One would have thought that the addition of former Silos bassist Bob Rupe to David Lowery and company prior to the recording of "The Golden Age" would have jump started... Read morePublished on March 1, 2003 by Brian D. Rubendall
Do yourself a favour and don't listen the the CVB snobs who say that Lowery sold out on this one. It's a very polished studio record, but also features Cracker's strongest... Read morePublished on August 23, 2000