The alternative pop group the Men are among the forgotten one-hit wonders of the early '90s. Actually, calling the Men one-hit wonders may be a misnomer since their most well-known track, "Church of Logic, Sin & Love," didn't cross over into the mainstream. Nevertheless, "Church of Logic, Sin & Love" was quite successful on modern rock stations in 1992. Half spoken-word '60s nostalgia, half Crowded House-style guitar pop, "Church of Logic, Sin & Love" offered a respite from angst-ridden grunge, but the song was perhaps too quirky to have any appeal beyond alternative radio. The track had poetic imagery -- "It's the kind of place where space explorers could have landed/Around 1963/when John F. Kennedy was in Life Magazine/And everything was aqua marine, aqua marine" -- that many college students tried to interpret. Featuring Jef Scott ...
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