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New Waves of California Country: An Interview With David Lowery of Cracker

Berkeley and Bakersfield are only separated by 250 miles, but David Lowery, one of the busiest men in the music industry, tells PopMatters how the drive runs right through the center of his long career.

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Cracker + Camper Van Beethoven: 17 January 2010 - Cambridge, MA

The two hour set was a strong and generously apportioned mix from both of the band's decades, even if the strength of old school crowd-stokers like "Eurotrash Girl" and "Low" meant exposing some of the weakness of Cracker's more recent material.

Chad Berndtson
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Cracker: Sunrise in the Land of Milk and Honey

Sixteen years past its moment in the sun and in the face of critical indifference, Cracker builds sardonic wit and musical in-jokes into what is possibly the best album of its career.

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Cracker: A New Terror

Cracker: A New Terror involves a murderer who is deeply affected by 9/11, the war in Iraq and the recently concluded war in Northern Ireland.

Bruce Dancis
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Cracker: Greenland

When you think about it, Greenland is a lot like life, really. It's huge, but 85% of it is covered with ice and completely uninhabitable. It's confusing. And it belongs to Denmark.

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Cracker: Greatest Hits Redux

It's David Lowery vs. The Man, but its a strictly undercard fight.

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Cracker: Forever

Marshall Bowden
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