Soul Asylum - The Silver Lining

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Minneapolis, Minnesota '90s alt.rockers Soul Asylum last lured the public with Candy From A Stranger in 1998. Now the band are returning with Silver Lining, a new album due on June 13 via Columbia/Legacy Recordings. The new album was recorded in Minneapolis with Grammy Award-winning producer Steve Hodge (Boston, Sting, Rod Stewart).

Among the songs are "Crazy Mixed Up World," "Standing Water," "Success Is Not So Sweet," "Directions," "Good For You," "Be On My Side," "Oxygen" and "Showtime." The album was the last for bassist Karl Mueller, who succumbed to throat cancer last June, shortly after the recording was finished.

Fellow Minneapolis native Tommy Stinson (The Replacements, Bash And Pop, Guns N' Roses) played bass with the band at a recent Bowery Ballroom show in New York City, as did drummer Michael Bland (Prince, Paul Westerberg).

1 COMMENTS:

Sam Stone said...

I'm very interested in this one. Do they still sound great? I'll know in a few minutes, thanks to you :-)

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