Pocket Full Of Kryptonite

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1 Jimmy Olsen's Blues 4:37 58,647
2 What Time Is It? 4:50 30,972
3 Little Miss Can't Be Wrong 4:41 134,068
4 Forty Or Fifty 4:23 23,890
5 Refrigerator Car 4:45 25,211
6 More Than She Knows 2:10 24,075
7 Two Princes 4:18 495,658
8 Off My Line 3:57 25,865
9 How Could You Want Him (When You Know You Can Have Me) 4:59 7,069
9 How Could You Want Him (When You Know You Could Have Me)? 4:59 335
10 Shinbone Alley 12:40 2,192
10 Skinbone Alley / Hard to Exist 12:42 211
10 Shinbone Alley/ Hard to Exist 12:43 2,511
11 Yo Mamas A Pajama (Live) 4:08 1,008
12 Sweet Widow 11:35 7,395
13 Stepped On A Crack (Live) 4:01 1,104

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Pocket Full of Kryptonite is the first studio album by American jam band Spin Doctors, released in August 1991. It peaked at #1 and #3 on Billboard’s Heatseekers and Billboard 200 albums charts, respectively. The album’s title is a reference to Kryptonite, a fictional substance from the Superman mythos, and the phone booth on the cover is a reference to several comic book stories where Clark Kent would duck into a phone booth to change into his Superman costume. The title is a line from the album’s first track, “Jimmy Olsen’s Blues”, which refers to Jimmy Olsen, a supporting character from the same mythos, supposedly being attracted to another character, Lois Lane, and is jealous of Lane’s romantic feelings for Superman. The full line, “I’ve got a pocket full of Kryptonite”, is a sexual double entendre.

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