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Soul Asylum Albums
Change Of Fortune
Change of Fortune is Soul Asylum's 11th full-length studio album and the long-awaited follow-up to their 2012 studio release Delayed Reaction. It was released on March 18, 2016. It is their first album released on Entertainment One.
Delayed Reaction is Soul Asylum's 10th full-length studio album and the long-awaited follow-up to their 2006 studio release The Silver Lining. It was released on July 17, 2012 and debuted at #160 on Billboard. It is their first album released on 429 Records.
The Silver Lining
The Silver Lining is Soul Asylum's 9th studio album. It was released on July 11, 2006, eight years after Candy from a Stranger.
It is the last studio album with original bassist Karl Mueller, who died of cancer on June 17, 2005. Mueller was able to play on most of the tracks, while the band brought in Tommy Stinson for the remaining ones.
The single "Stand Up And Be Strong" was chosen by ABC and ESPN for their college football coverage for the 2006-2007 season.
Candy From A Stranger
Candy from a Stranger is Soul Asylum's eighth studio album. It was released on May 12, 1998. It follows 1995's Let Your Dim Light Shine.
The band had originally planned to release an album entitled Creatures Of Habit produced by Matt Hyde. Columbia Records did not approve of the recordings and shelved the album a few weeks before it was supposed to be released. The band re-entered the studio, this time with British producer Chris Kimsey, and emerged with Candy From A Stranger. Most of the songs featured were previously recorded during the Creatures Of Habit sessions. Drummer Sterling Campbell left the band after the album was completed.
I Will Still Be Laughing achieved fame after it was featured in the closing credits of the 1998 comedy BASEketball.
Let Your Dim Light Shine
Let Your Dim Light Shine is the seventh album from the band Soul Asylum, released in 1995. Critically, it suffered in comparison to its predecessor, Grave Dancers Union, the band's breakout release. It includes the hit "Misery," which was parodied by "Weird Al" Yankovic as "Syndicated Inc." on his album Bad Hair Day.
This was the first Soul Asylum album with drummer Sterling Campbell. He provided half of the drums on Grave Dancers Union.
The album's title comes from a lyric of the song "Promises Broken." Actress Trini Alvarado provided backing vocals on three songs.
Grave Dancers Union
Grave Dancers Union is the sixth studio album by the American alternative rock band Soul Asylum, released in 1992. The album spent 76 weeks on the Billboard music charts and was certified triple-platinum in 1993, establishing Soul Asylum as one of the most successful rock groups of the first half of the 1990s.
And The Horse They Rode In On
And the Horse They Rode In On is the fifth album by Minneapolis rockers Soul Asylum. It was produced by Steve Jordan with Joe Blaney. The song ‘We 3’ is featured at the end of the movie Chasing Amy.
The vinyl, cassette, and CD versions of the album have different, but related, cover art.
Hang Time is a 1988 album from the band Soul Asylum. Released on A&M Records, it was the band's major-label debut.
Singer/guitarist Dave Pirner wrote the majority of the album. Guitarist Dan Murphy chimed in with "Cartoon," released as one of the album's singles. The CD version features the "bone-us" track "Put the Bone In", by Terry Jacks, better known for the ballad "Seasons in the Sun". As of 2006, the album has yet to sell 100,000 copies.
Made To Be Broken
Made to Be Broken is the second full-length album from Soul Asylum. It was released on January 18, 1986. It is also the first of three albums of Soul Asylum to be released in 1986.
The song "Never Really Been" contained the line "And where will you be in 1993." The band performed the song on their 1993 appearance on MTV Unplugged, by which time they'd seen their first platinum-selling album and number one single.
Say What You Will Clarence...Karl Sold The Truck
Say What You Will, Clarence...Karl Sold the Truck is the debut album from Soul Asylum. It was originally released as Say What You Will... Everything Can Happen on August 24, 1984.
Live from Liberty Lunch, Austin, TX, December 3, 1992
Delayed Reaction (Commentary Version)
After The Flood: Live From The Grand Forks Prom
After the Flood: Live from the Grand Forks Prom, June 28, 1997 is the first live album released by Soul Asylum. It was recorded on June 28, 1997, about two months after the epic Red River Flood of 1997 hit the city of Grand Forks, North Dakota. Soul Asylum played the concert for the joint prom of the local high schools. The event took place in one of the hangars at nearby Grand Forks Air Force Base. The image of the burnt out downtown Security Building taken by Eric Hylden for the Grand Forks Herald is shown on the back cover of the album.
Playlist: The Very Best Of Soul Asylum
Playlist: The Very Best of Soul Asylum is a compilation album containing 14 of the greatest hits by Soul Asylum.
The album is part of the Playlist album series issued by Columbia Records and Legacy Recordings.
The disc contains live recordings of the songs "Never Really Been", "Without a Trace" and "I Will Still Be Laughing", as well as the song "By the Way", previously released only as a B-side on the Runaway Train single.
Black Gold: The Best Of Soul Asylum
Black Gold: The Best of Soul Asylum is a compilation album that contains 19 of the greatest hits from Soul Asylum.
The title of the album, "Black Gold" comes from Soul Asylum's song of the same name, which was a hit single on their 1992 breakthrough album Grave Dancers Union.
The disc contains two outtakes from Soul Asylum's previous album Candy from a Stranger, as well as two previously unreleased live recordings.
Who Do You Love (Full Intention Remix)
Gravity (Radio Edit)
Promises Broken EP
Insomniac's Dream (Live)
Clam Dip And Other Delights [EP]
Clam Dip & Other Delights is the 1989 grab-bag EP from Minneapolis rockers Soul Asylum. The title and cover art are both parodies of Herb Alpert and the Tijuana Brass's album Whipped Cream and Other Delights. It was a humorous nod to their new record label, A&M. Bassist Karl Mueller sat in for the original album's model, Dolores Erickson. Dave Ayers, the band's first manager, said that Mueller had to sit for hours in a foul-smelling combination of sour cream, paint, whipped cream and seafood. Also, the album makes fun of the A&M logo being under the title of the album, incorporating the Twin/Tone Records logo instead.
The EP originally was released in Britain featuring three covers: Foreigner's "Juke Box Hero," Janis Joplin's "Move Over" and "Chains," by an obscure Minneapolis group called the Wad. Only "Chains" was included on the American release.
The song "P-9" was written to benefit striking Hormel workers in Austin, Minnesota.
The album is currently in print on Rykodisc Records.
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