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Top Soul Asylum Albums
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Born Free - EP
Born Free - EP
[2020]
Hurry up and Wait
Hurry up and Wait
[2020]
Live from Liberty Lunch, Austin, TX, December 3, 1992
Live from Liberty Lunch, Austin, TX, December 3, 1992
[2018]
Change of Fortune
Change of Fortune
[2016]
Delayed Reaction
Delayed Reaction
[2012]
Welcome to the Minority: The A&M Years 1988-1991
Welcome to the Minority: The A&M Years 1988-1991
[2006]
The Silver Lining (Expanded Edition)
The Silver Lining (Expanded Edition)
[2006]
After The Flood - Live From the Grand Forks Prom (Live)
After The Flood - Live From the Grand Forks Prom (Live)
[2005]
Candy from a Stranger
Candy from a Stranger
[1998]
Promises Broken EP
Promises Broken EP
[1995]
Let Your Dim Light Shine
Let Your Dim Light Shine
[1995]
Insomniac's Dream (Live) - EP
Insomniac's Dream (Live) - EP
[1994]
Grave Dancers Union
Grave Dancers Union
[1992]
And the Horse They Rode In On
And the Horse They Rode In On
[1990]
Clam Dip and Other Delights - EP
Clam Dip and Other Delights - EP
[1988]
Say What You Will, Clarence...Karl Sold the Truck
Say What You Will, Clarence...Karl Sold the Truck
[1988]
While You Were Out (Deluxe Edition)
While You Were Out (Deluxe Edition)
[1986]
While You Were Out
While You Were Out
[1986]
Made to Be Broken (Deluxe Edition)
Made to Be Broken (Deluxe Edition)
[1986]
Say What You Will... Everything Can Happen (Deluxe Edition)
Say What You Will... Everything Can Happen (Deluxe Edition)
[1984]
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Runaway Train Misery Just Like Anyone Somebody To Shove Caged Rat Black Gold Crawl To My Own Devices Shut Down Eyes Of A Child String Of Pearls Hopes Up The Sun Maid Promises Broken Bittersweetheart Nothing To Write Home About I Did My Best No Man's Land Tell Me When Without A Trace Growing Into You Homesick Can't Even Tell April Fool Keep It Up Passing Sad Daydream New World Freaks Get On Out Sometime To Return Endless Farewell Oxygen Standing In The Doorway The Game Little Too Clean Crazy Mixed Up World Veil Of Tears Spinnin' New York Blackout Draggin' The Lake Gullible's Travels Grounded Never Really Been Blood Into Wine See You Later Cradle Chain All The King's Friends Brand New Shine Miss This Marionette Beggars And Choosers Twiddly Dee Lies Of Hate Creatures Of Habit Fearless Leader Stranger Nice Guys (don't Get Paid) Close Bitter Pill Ode I Will Still Be Laughing Cartoon Easy Street Lonely For You Jack Of All Trades Everybody Loves A Winner Lately Gravity Standing Water Good For You Great Exaggerator Bus Named Desire Success Is Not So Sweet All Is Well Stand Up And Be Strong Rhinestone Cowboy (Live) Miracle Mile Sun Don't Shine To Sir With Love Lone Rider Let's All Kill Eachother Something Out Of Nothing Take Manhattan New Feelings Closer To The Stars Into The Light (Breaking Horses) Be On Your Way School's Out Never Too Soon Carry On Cruel Intentions Pipe Dream Sexual Healing Long Way Home Crashing Down Made To Be Broken I Should've Stayed In Bed Losin' It Down On Up To Me By The Way No Time For Waiting Another World Another Day Put The Bone In Ship Of Fools Can't Go Back Ain't That Tough Tied To The Tracks Growing Pain I Know Black Star Summer Of Drugs The Juice Just Plain Evil Judge The Tracks Of My Tears Candy From A Stranger The Streets Easy To Avoid Barstool Blues Hope What's The Use True Believer Broken Glass Some Obsessions Cocaine Blues Lucky One Walking Freeway Chains Nowhere To Go Money Talks You'll Live For Now Take It To The Root Spacehead Artificial Heart Straight Up P-9 Fearless Freak Accident Sick Of That Song Black And Blue Wandering Eyes Long Day Secret No More The Break Goin' Down Religiavision Happy We 3 Voodoo Doll Dead Letter If I Told You Got It Pretty Good Social Butterfly Here We Go Job For Me Do You Know The Beginning Masquerade Out Of Style Ramblin' Rose Swingin' Draggin Me Down Hey Bird The Snake Friends Whoa! Juke Box Hero Lap Of Luxury Your Clock Doomsday
Related Information for Soul Asylum
Soul Asylum is an American alternative rock band formed in the summer of 1981 by Minneapolis high school friends Dan Murphy, Karl Mueller, and Dave Pirner. The band (named Loud Fast Rules up until 1984) quickly became frontrunners of American college rock, following in the tradition of fellow Minnesota bands Hüsker Dü and The Replacements.Landing their first record deal with Twin/Tone in 1984, Soul Asylum recorded a total of four albums for the local label: Say What You Will… Everything Can Happen in 1984 (later reissued as Say What You Will, Clarence... Karl Sold the Truck), Made To Be Broken in 1986, While You Were Out in 1986, and the EP Clam Dip and Other Delights in 1988. The band then switched to A&M, releasing... read more