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Pocket Full of Kryptonite

Pocket Full of Kryptonite is an album by jam band Spin Doctors, released in August of 1991 (see 1991 in music).

Pocket Full of Kryptonite peaked at #1 and #3 on Billboard's Heatseekers and Billboard 200 albums charts.

Track listing

  1. Jimmy Olsen's Blues - 4:38
  2. What Time Is It? - 4:50
  3. Little Miss Can't Be Wrong - 3:54
  4. Forty or Fifty - 4:23
  5. Refrigerator Car - 4:46
  6. More Than She Knows - 2:12
  7. Two Princes - 4:18
  8. Off My Line - 3:58
  9. How Could You Want Him (When You Know You... - 4:59
  10. Shinbone Alley/Hard to Exist - 12:42

Charting singles

 1992	Little Miss Can t Be Wrong	The Billboard Hot 100	       No. 17
 1992	Jimmy Olsen's Blues	        Mainstream Rock Tracks	       No. 8
 1992	Little Miss Can t Be Wrong	Mainstream Rock Tracks	       No. 2
 1992	Little Miss Can t Be Wrong	Top 40 Mainstream	       No. 12
 1993	Two Princes	                Adult Contemporary	       No. 24
 1993	Jimmy Olsen's Blues	        The Billboard Hot 100	       No. 78
 1993	Two Princes	                The Billboard Hot 100	       No. 7
 1993	How Could You Want Him	        Mainstream Rock Tracks	       No. 28
 1993	Two Princes	                Mainstream Rock Tracks	       No. 2
 1993	What Time Is It?	        Mainstream Rock Tracks	       No. 26
 1993	Jimmy Olsen's Blues	        Top 40 Mainstream	       No. 34
 1993	Two Princes	                Top 40 Mainstream	       No. 1
 1995	Two Princes	                Top 40 Adult Recurrents	       No. 7
 1996	Two Princes	                Top 40 Adult Recurrents	       No. 9



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