The hit Dave Matthews’ Band’s ‘Crash Into Me‘ was played on the new episode of School Spirits this week — School Spirits, Season 1, Episode 4, “Ghoul Intentions“.
The electro-dance song was played as the song Ernesto and Charlie are listening to.
Dave Matthews’ Band’s ‘Crash Into Me‘ was released in 1996 as the third single from the band’s sophomore studio album Crash.
The song was a hit in the United States at the time, as it charted on four charts with its highest showing at #7 on the Billboard Alternative Airplay chart.
‘Crash Into Me‘ also made it high up on two charts in Canada, and was nominated for a Grammy Award for Best Rock Performance by a Duo or Group, but lost out to The Wallflowers ‘One Headlight‘.
And hearing Dave Matthews Band’s ‘Crash Into Me‘ on School Spirits last night just made me sad, as the band has been one of my favorites since their beginnings back in the early 1990s, with ‘Crash Into Me‘ in particular a much-loved song.
But, since the Covid-19 panic, and Dave Matthews Band’s insistence on everyone attending their concerts be injected with an experimental “vaccine” that has since been proven to not only be ineffective but possibly dangerous for thousands of people who took it, I will never listen to another song the band creates.
Because whether the members of Dave Matthews Band, and other bands who had the same policy, like it or not, there have to be consequences for people who aggressively pushed for others to get an experimental medical procedure.
Just so they themselves could feel “safe”.
And my consequence is there are plenty of other superb bands whose members didn’t feel it was their business to promote improperly tested medical procedures on people, just so those people could attend their concerts.
Those are the bands I now listen to.
If, unlike me, you are still willing to support a band who felt it necessary to strong-arm people into getting “vaccinated”, you can listen to Dave Matthews Band’s ‘Crash Into Me‘ as heard on School Spirits in the song’s video, and on their Crash album.
Me? I’ll pass.
Obsessed with anime, K-drama and video games. Desperate for time to stop with just me left moving in the world, Then I’d have the hours needed to play the 1,830 games, and watch the 539 anime DVDs I own. Help!