Deadeye Dick were an American alternative rock trio that was formed in New Orleans, Louisiana. The band, which consisted of vocalist/guitarist Caleb Guillotte, bassist Mark Adam Miller, and drummer Billy Landry, was formed in 1991 and took their name from the Kurt Vonnegut novel of the same name. The group built up a loyal following touring the Southeast. They self-produced their first album even though they still had not landed a record deal.
Album A Different Story. Different Story Lyrics. As if you turned around, or disconcerting sound, replaces silence And if you wonder why I wouldn't try to rhyme, my past with yours But then you turn your eyes away. And when it's sleepy-time, the list is so sublime, I have to choose The story's long enough and with the proper touch How can I lose? But then you turn your ears away. And then you inch right in, but nothing you have is for me Â?Cause when we are skin to skin A piece of your heart for mine, well, that's a different story.
They also quickly proved to be one-hit-wonders, but fans of that song who take the time to listen to Deadeye Dick's first full-length album will be quite pleased. Upbeat, bright college rock abounds on the entire hook-filled collection. Several of the songs, including the punchy follow-up singles "Perfect Family" and "Marguerite," prove this band could have been significantly more than a one-hit wonder.
A Different Story Album Cover Art. Deadeye Dick.
A Different Story (1994). Album by Deadeye Dick.
10. Deadeye Dick - Different Story 11. Deadeye Dick - Lucky One. Deadeye Dick was an American alternative rock trio that was formed in New Orleans, Louisiana. The band, which consisted of vocalist/guitarist Caleb Guillotte, bassist Mark Adam Miller, and drummer Billy Landry, was formed in 1991 and took their name from a Kurt Vonnegut novel. Ichiban released the group's debut album A Different Story in 1994. After its release, the song "New Age Girl" was selected for inclusion on the Dumb and Dumber feature film soundtrack. The publicity from the film caused the song to become a national hit, peaking at on the Billboard Hot 100 in March, 1995. The band released their second album, Whirl, in 1995 but were unable to reproduce the success produced by "New Age Girl".