1992-1998 (also known as Bedhead: 1992-1998) is a compilation boxed set by American band Bedhead containing all three of their studio albums as well as early singles and extended plays. It was released on November 11, 2014 under the Numero Group. The boxset was released on compact disc and vinyl formats, with the LP edition being limited to 2000 copies. Along with the release of this boxset, all three Bedhead albums were also released separately on LP formats, however this set's fourth disc Singles/EPs/B-Sides is exclusive to this release only.
Brothers Matt and Bubba Kadane have been performing music together since they were children, and the duo would eventually form Bedhead in Austin, Texas with drummer Trini Martinez, guitarist Tench Coxe, and bassist Kris Wheat in 1991. The group released their first two 7-inch singles through Direct Hit Records in 1992 and 1993 before being signed onto the local Austin label Trance Syndicate in 1993. The group would then release three albums with the label: WhatFunLifeWas (1994), Beheaded (1996), and Transaction de Novo (1998), as well as the extended plays 4songEP19:10 (1994) and The Dark Ages (1995). Bedhead's music would receive praise from critics for its style and sound, and the band would soon break-up in 1998, shortly after the release of Transaction de Novo.
Upon its release, 1992-1998 gained much praise from critics. Pitchfork writer Mark Richardson rewarded the boxset an 8.5 out of a possible 10, as well as giving it "Best New Reissue" status. Fred Thomas of AllMusic rated the set a near perfect 4.5 out of 5, stating that it "[demands] commitment and close inspection to even begin to crack the veneer of these songs to see the devastating beauty within."