Under The Table And Dreaming (album) by Dave Matthews Band
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The best album by Dave Matthews Band is Crash which is ranked number 1204 in the list of all-time albums with a total rank score of 1,482.
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Your deejay days are long past. You're pointed toward the rear ... CAreer and child REARing. Then this album shows up and bites you on the ass to say, "Wake Up." Get out from under the table, because music is still growing and thriving with or without you.
It's funny. Ants Marching is a bit too country white people fiddle happy for me. Not my fav. Liked Satellite and What Would you Say a bit more.
One of the best college radio jam band albums. DMB in the will polish their sound and the production of their music in the future. This is still great stuff.
This had huge singles in What Would You Say and Satellite
Ants Marching is probably their best and most well known song.
Rhyme and Reason is the darkest song here and shows the darker side of Dave that haunts him throughout his life when the party stops and he is alone with his depressive and drunk thoughts
Typical Situation and Dancing Nancies are underrated
Jimi Thing is your typical lets get high song
Lover Lay Down and 34 are throways.
I docked 5 points for these 2 songs and another 5 points for this being essentially only a college radio album.
Warehouse has great verses but the island sounding chorus is a bit of a let down. Good song though.
Busted Stuff is their best album. People don't know about it, many gave up after Everyday.
This ranks in their 2nd tier of albums pretty much tied with its kissing cousin Crash and the excellent Groo Crux King to come later
Brilliant, everyone liked this album when I had 14. So much that they stole it one time my friends came to my house. I was dissapointed when I knew I couldn't hear it with Spotify (At least, in the country where I live).
This album was released the year I went off to college. Girls really like this album, I really like girls, Do the math... I listened to this one a lot!
Decent, but not quite at the level of the next two.
This is DMB's best, and spawned a lot of imitators in the 90s and 2000s. To really get this band though you need to see them live.
Solid record, full of classic DMB. One of my band favs.
DMB's first studio album, and it's a very good one. A ton of classic songs, including some of the best of the 90s.
DMB deserves more love on this site. This is the album that introduced this amazing band to a wide audience. Inventive sound by a seemigly normal group of guys. It contains some of their best songs that are still live staples today.