Spin Doctors Songs 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 the Spin Doctors’ songs ranked.

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11. Big Fat Funky Booty (Up for Grabs…Live, 1991)

“Frat bro types should never make music. The lyrics were cringeworthy enough, but then they just had to say dumb shit before and after every song.”

10. Jimmy Olsen’s Blues (Pocket Full of Kryptonite, 1991)

“This is the only “cassingle” that I ever purchased.  The Spin Doctors seemed totally rad when they first came out, but they soon grew a little boring to me.  And I believe that I’ve heard “Two Princes” on the radio enough to last a lifetime.  But this was the best song they released…perhaps because it didn’t get overplayed, but also because of the great guitar lick that begins and runs through the song.  It’s a fun one.  When I first heard it, I actually called the radio station to ask who it was…how often do I do that??”

9. At This Hour (Up for Grabs…Live, 1991)

“Like the jamming, the sound is OK. Not to miss if you are serious SD fan or if you like impro jamming sessions. It is truly a gem in the rough & I highly recommend picking it up.”

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8.The Man (Here Comes the Bride, 1999)

“And you have fun! Excellent one of a kind recording when Ivan Neville joined the band! Richer sound, full bodied music that makes you smile.”

7. Indifference (Turn It Upside Down, 1994)

“The level of sheer talent exhibited by these musicians is simply astonishing. Bassist Mark White is particularly adept. Any listener with even a slight background in musical performance can recognize that they are hearing real players here.”

6. Diamond (Here Comes the Bride, 1999)

“Diamond is the closest thing to the old-style Spin Doctors songs on here. It has that familiar funk-rock-blues feel, and yet it is different. It is a really beautiful song too.”

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5. Genuine (Nice Talking to Me, 2005)

“That’s right, the Spin Doctors are back in full force.  Nice Talking To Me is their latest album that picks up where they left off years ago.”

4. Margarita (Nice Talking to Me, 2005)

“The styles covered on this album vary more than usual. There are some awkward rhythms, unexpected breaks, and fairly bizarre stuff on this one.”

3. Sugar (Nice Talking to Me, 2005)

“A smart, groovy little piece of music from a band I completely loathe. The song is ok but not really my favorite stuff from them.”

2. Little Miss Can’t Be Wrong (Up for Grabs…Live, 1991)

“The Spin Doctors first Australian hit, it was quite a relief to hear real musicians jamming it out in the midst of so much of the programmed junk that was clogging the airwaves at the time. The bass playing, in particular, is sensational.”

1. Two Princes (Pocket Full of Kryptonite, 1991)

“This is an utter fucking fantastic track by them. They were not a good group per se but this one is light singing with heavy guitars, it is a mix of alt rock and power pop. The song will remind you of Sugar if you ever listened to them though, this was a much bigger hit then anything by Bob Mould”