Spin Doctors Albums Ranked

Spin Doctors are an American rock band from New York City, best known for their early 1990s hits, “Two Princes” and “Little Miss Can’t Be Wrong”, which peaked on the Billboard Hot 100 chart at No. 7 and No. 17, respectively. The band includes founders Chris Barron (lead vocals), Eric Schenkman (guitar and vocals), Aaron Comess (drums), and Mark White (bass guitar). Here are all of Spin Doctors’ albums ranked.

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8. You’ve Got To Believe In Something (1996)

“The Spin Doctors take a more antique-ish sound in this studio attempt and combine it with the great Spin sounds of Pocket Full Of Kryptonite. Some of the beast tracks are You’ve Got To Believe In Something, House, To Make Me Blue, If Wishes Were Horses, and the unlisted bonus track (whatever it’s called!) Don’t turn your back on this one, it has to be heard to be believed.”

7. Here Comes The Bride (1999)

“The highlights of this album are Vampires in the Sun, Gorilla Boy, Siren Dress, Diamond, the Man, and Tomorrow Can Pay the Rent (a real gem). The most obvious change is that some of the songs have a strong reggae flavor to them, but fortunately the Doctors pull it off quite well. Ivan Neville’s keyboards also bring a whole new dimension to the band, and Chris Barron’s singing style often diverges from their earlier material as well. Another marked change is that some of the songs seem to have a lot more soul to them.”

6. Songs From The Road (2015)

“The album includes the concert of Spin Doctors in Germany at a festival of the Rockpalast label in which he presented the songs of the album they released in 2013 “The River Was Whiskey”, corresponding to their tour. Chris Barron and his boys, years after the release of their previous album, were back, and there was no notice of inactivity, as they were noticed plugged in and in top form. In addition to songs from the album that featured the classics “Two Princess”, “Jimmy Olsen’s Blues”, “Cleopatra’s Cat” and so many others that made them very popular in the 90s. “

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5. Nice Talking To Me (2005)

“This is no massive musical revolution, so picky listeners and snooty critics look elsewhere; ‘Nice Talking To Me’s strengths are the strengths of pop-rock at its best: catchiness, conciseness, and approachability. None of the tracks, save for “Can’t Kick the Habit” extends to jam-band lengths, nor do any of them ever fail to entice the listener to sing along.”

4. If The River Was Whiskey (2013)

“The album is very raw and fairly bluesy. Some songs are pure blues, while others maintain some of the Spin Doctors sound that is familiar from their other albums, such as deep basslines and highly rhythmic drums. If you can imagine a Muddy Waters song, but replace the vocals with Chris Barron, that’s a pretty fair estimation of most of this album.”

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3. Homebelly Groove (1992)

“This album rocks!, its live and raw, a band just hitting it’s stride. If you dig rock bands live, this cd is awesome!, It’s that good that before you know it you are just absorbed into the bands performance and grooving on their vibe just as much as they are, if you can get a hold of this dont let it pass you by.”

2. Turn It Upside Down (1994)

“Turn It Upside Down, is pretty much an over-thought mess. They were at their best turning out tuneful, barroom rockers, occasionally letting them run a little bit longer with jams. Here, the jams, not the songs, are at the foundation of the music, and there are no hooks (outside of “Cleopatra’s Cat”). Furthermore, the production is cautious and glossy, resulting in a stillborn album that shows everything that could go wrong when a jam band decided to plunge headfirst into the mainstream.”

1. Pocket Full Of Kryptonite (1991)

“Pocket Full of Kryptonite was a, pardon the pun, explosive album. From the opening track, Jimmy Olsen’s Blues to Little Miss Can’t Be Wrong to Two Princes, this album rocked and rocked and rocked. The Spin Doctors were in the fast lane to fame and fortune. It seemed these guys couldn’t go wrong. Considering the album went 5x Platinum, that says something about how well this was received.”