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All Music Guide -Alternative pop
ock is as vague and far-reaching a term as new wave was in the late '70s and early '80s. In the 1990s, the term was used to describe everyone from No Doubt, Liz Phair, and Chumbawamba to Beck, Veruca Salt, Material Issue, and Ben Folds Five. A two-CD set that K-Tel put out in early 2000, Double Shot: Pop Alternative doesn't contain anything by any of those artists but uses many other artists to remind us just how broad a range of music was defined as alternative pop
ock in the 1990s. A few of K-Tel's choices were recorded in the late '80s -- including the B-52s' "Roam" and Morrissey's ...