In 1992 I was in the 8th grade at Bennion Jr. High. As you can see by the X96 T-Shirt that I’m rocking under my button down denim shirt, and mystic crystal attached to a leather shoelace around my neck, I was already into music by then. Alternative Rock was growing in popularity, but it was nowhere near where it is now. While most of my fellow bennionites were enjoying Snow’s “Informer” and jumping around to House of Pain, I was busy drawing “Ned’s Atomic Dustbin” logos on my notebooks.
Yes, I saved them. No, I don't know why.
I still may be the only guy in history to request Depeche Mode’s “Master and Servant” at the Classic Skating in Sandy. Sure, there were better songs from DM I could have asked for, but I thought it was funny to see a bunch of kids in Guess overalls and bright green Rollerblades skating to a song about bedroom naughtyness.
We want to wish Trevor a special "Happy Birthday!" And now, here's a song about F*(&%ing
On weekends I would have my parents drive me to Movie Buffs and Salty Peaks so I could hang out with Todd Nuke ‘em and get free milk, and my brother would score me Midnight Oil and Living Colour CD’s from the prize closet. I was asked to DJ a church dance once, but the Bennion Hieghts 2nd Ward was not convinced that Siouxsie & The Banshees, and Jesus Jones were appropriate. I even pointed out that they had “Jesus” in their name. So there’s a Throwback Thursday for you. Lucky for me there are only so many photos of me in the 90’s because my hair only got worse from there.