Supercut | Vocal Hooks From ’90s Alt-Rock Hits

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There were so many alt-rock hits in the ’90s that contained wordless vocal hooks, whether they were “doot-doot”s, “whoa-oh”s or “ooh-ooh”s. CBC Music has picked up on the trend and shared an incredible “supercut” that combines dozens of the most memorable vocal hooks from ’90s alt-rock hits in one seamless video.

The clip features the vocal hooks from such songs as “Laid” by James, The Lemonheads’s “Mrs. Robinson,” The Breeders’s “Cannonball,” No Doubt’s “Don’t Speak,” “Cut Your Hair” by Pavement, Pearl Jam’s “Jeremy” and of course Ween’s “Push th’ Little Daises.” Take a look and see how many you can recognize:

[via –CBC Music / Hat Tip –A.V. Club]

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