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Soul Asylum was always a melodic, guitar-based group, long before it cracked mainstream charts and radio stations with hook-filled alternative rock. While the Minneapolis band became adept at handling midtempo tracks and ballads, it still managed a decent chunk of heartland rockers along the way. In 2012—aided by The Replacements' Tommy Stinson on bass and Prince's Michael Bland on drums—Soul Asylum's Dave Pirner and Dan Murphy work through a varied collection of tunes. Moving outward from their punk roots, they find inspiration with the easy, acoustic-based rock of "By the Way" and the barroom merriment of "Let's All Kill Each Other." Strings accentuate the downcast ballad "I Should've Stayed in Bed." A nightclub-lounge feel drives "Cruel Intentions," while "Gravity," "Into the Light (Breaking Horses)," and "Pipe Dream" stick close to the traditional Soul Asylum sound. Pirner still sings like a man with a tortured heart, and Murphy's guitar solos are concise and pack a cathartic punch. 

Customer Reviews

Loud Fast Rules again!

awesome and so what some of the songs were released as demos! the are clean and it is New SA! About frikin time! Thanks Soul Asylum...

First review

Great work


Another album filled with great songs!


Formed: 1983 in Minneapolis, MN

Genre: Rock

Years Active: '80s, '90s, '00s, '10s

Few bands have had a more complicated relationship with commercial success than Soul Asylum. In the 1980s, they lurked in the shadows of the Minneapolis alternative rock scene, then dominated by the Replacements and Hüsker Dü, and their first tenure on a major label ended with the band being unceremoniously dropped after their expected commercial breakthrough was both a critical and a sales disappointment. In the '90s, they were one of the first underground bands to score a major hit in the wake...
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