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Soul Asylum 10/6/1992

Review

Soul Asylum's breakthrough, million-selling Grave Dancers Union yielded the mega-hit "Runaway Train" and put the band in a whole new league; longtime fans were predictably disappointed with the slick results. This is a solid alternative rock record with singer/songwriter/vocalist Dave Pirner upfront, a role he was built for but always seemed to resist until this clear do-or-die moment for the band. Soul Asylum did; however, they never matched the success or consistency of this album. Tracks like "Home Sick" and "New World" bear the roots of the country-rock revival later forged by Son Volt and Wilco, while the angst-ridden "Somebody to Shove" is pure joy Soul Asylum-style. ~ Denise Sullivan
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  1. # Track Artist Length
  2. 1 Somebody to Shove Soul Asylum 3:12
  3. 2 Black Gold Soul Asylum 3:55
  4. 3 Runaway Train Soul Asylum 4:21
  5. 4 Keep It Up Soul Asylum 3:45
  6. 5 Homesick Soul Asylum 3:32
  7. 6 Get on Out Soul Asylum 3:27
  8. 7 New World Soul Asylum 4:1
  9. 8 April Fool Soul Asylum 3:43
  10. 9 Without a Trace Soul Asylum 3:30
  11. 10 Growing into You Soul Asylum 3:11
  12. 11 99% Soul Asylum 3:56
  13. 12 The Sun Maid Soul Asylum 3:50

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