Few bands' songs lodge themselves as resolutely in your brain as Third Eye Blind's. I have a slightly paranoid theory that "Jumper" and "How's It Going to Be" are government-funded songs filled with subliminal messages.
I mean, that would at least explain why Third Eye Blind garnered such massive airplay in the late '90s. What was happening in the world in 1997? We'll never know because so much of what we remember about that year is dominated by Stephan Jenkins' dispassionate voice and the endless refrain of doo-doo-doo on "Semi-Charmed Life." (Well, I guess America also discovered the lost love story of Jack and Rose, thanks to Titanic
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