Archaeological outing

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Last seen on: USA Today Crossword – May 3 2021

Random information on the term “DIG”:

Dig is an American alternative rock band from Los Angeles, California.

Dig formed in 1991 within Los Angeles; vocalist Scott Hackwith had previously produced for The Ramones. The other founding members were Jon Morris on guitar, Johnny Cornwell on guitar, Phil Friedmann on bass, and Anthony Smedile on drums. After releasing a demo EP in 1992 titled Runt, they signed with Radioactive Records and issued their first full-length in 1993 (the self-titled Dig), produced by Dave Jerden, whom was well known for producing ’90s albums by bands such as Alice in Chains and Anthrax. The album would peak at #153 on the Billboard 200 and at #6 on the Billboard Heatseekers chart. The single “Believe” was played regularly on MTV’s Buzz Bin and was their lone charting hit, reaching #19 on the Billboard Modern Rock chart and #34 on the Billboard Mainstream Rock chart. Although “Believe” was the band’s hit song, the record labels had done an unlikely move, and issued four other singles from the same album, although they all failed to chart. In 1994, the band’s song “Curious George Blues” was exclusively recorded for the soundtrack to the movie Airheads. The following year, their cover of the “Theme From Fat Albert” was included on the compilation Saturday Morning: Cartoons’ Greatest Hits. They also recorded another exclusive song, “Hu Hu Hu”, for the soundtrack of the movie Virtuosity.

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