Bjork, with or without The Sugarcubes kept popping on the playlist I made the other day inspired by women unfraid to sound weird or ugly. This was all over MTV in 1992. I don't know about you, but I loved the early 90s when "alternative" was right on the precipice of mainstream acceptance and not entirely co-opted by the majors. MTV and radio was just getting that firs whiff of "Something's out there, something new and fresh and different, but we don't know what that is yet." As a result, there was a small window of opportunity for a band to get its music played during waking hours.