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"Lightning Crashes" is a song by alternative rock group Live from their 1994 album, Throwing Copper.

While it wasn't officially released as a commercially purchasable single in the United States, the song received enough radio airplay to peak at the #12 position on the Billboard Hot 100 Airplay music chart in 1995. The song also topped the Billboard Album Rock Tracks (10 weeks) and Hot Modern Rock Tracks (9 weeks) charts also in 1995. Because it was not released as… read more

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  • Avatar for vedaras
    i heard this song only last year for the first time, i feel like i have missed so much in my life for all these years :)
  • Avatar for tinyrandy
    1995
  • Avatar for Emiliaanders
    Ich muss immer weinen bei dem Lied, berührt mich total
  • Avatar for EvilGeniuses
    powerful.
  • Avatar for petitpedro
    This one is epic, and that guitar at 3:34 is just so sweet, no doubt 90's were the best era for Alternative Rock music
  • Avatar for cosmic_storm
    Love it!! =)
  • Avatar for Bren_den
    Top 20 songs of the 90's, no doubt! (No pun intended)
  • Avatar for tresfoufou
    This song reminds of driving with friends/stupid crushes/disappointments/and a lot of other things to deep to get into.
  • Avatar for TheEternalCity
    More Live songs please!
  • Avatar for pawdraig
    I love the way they refer to the human spirit as "The Angel", and the experience of life as "The Confusion". The Angel can never die; it just left the old mother and was reborn into the new baby. The old mother is freed from The Confusion by death, while the new baby confronts it for the first time. In both ways, passing the torch from one to another. I don't think anything supernatural is necessarily meant by this. It's rather a beautiful metaphor for that part of humanity that is carried onwards into the future even though we ourselves will die. The human spirit is our greatest inheritance.

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