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And the Horse They Rode in On by Soul Asylum CD Rock Popular Hard Rock Music

And the Horse They Rode in On by Soul Asylum CD Rock Popular Hard Rock Music

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Additional Information about And the Horse They Rode in On by Soul Asylum (CD, Sep-1993, A&M (USA))
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Album Features
UPC: 075021531826
Artist: Soul Asylum
Format: CD
Release Year: 1993
Record Label: A&M (USA)
Genre: Hard Rock, Rock & Pop


Track Listing
1. Spinnin'
2. Bitter Pill
3. Veil of Tears
4. Nice Guys (Don't Get Paid)
5. Something Out of Nothing
6. Gullible's Travels
7. Brand New Shine
8. Easy Street
9. Grounded
10. Be on Your Way
11. We 3
12. All the King's Friends

Details
Playing Time: 42 min.
Contributing Artists: Bernie Worrell
Producer: Steve Jordan, Joe Blaney
Distributor: Universal Distribution
Recording Type: Studio
Recording Mode: Stereo
SPAR Code: AAD


Album Notes
Soul Asylum: Dave Pirner (vocals, guitar, keyboards); Daniel Murphy (guitar, background vocals); Karl Mueller (bass); Grant Young (drums).Personnel: Dave Pirner (vocals, guitar, piano, organ); Dan Murphy (vocals, guitar); Karl Mueller (electric bass); Grant Young (drums).Audio Mixer: Joe Blaney.Soul Asylum's second major-label album (following HANG TIME) was, at the time, a commercial disaster. The label dropped the band, Dave Pirner suffered from serious depression, and many of the band's original fans accused the group of selling out. In retrospect, all this seems bizarre considering that AND THE HORSE THEY RODE IN ON is a very good album. While the production could be crisper, this is a solid set of pre-alternative rockers.Dan Murphy's "Gullible's Travels" is the standout track, with its brittle acoustic jangle behind the electric instrumentation, a coolly detached guitar solo, and some of the band's most heartfelt vocals. "Brand New Shine" raises Pirner's skill at country-rock to new heights, as it rolls along with a faint hint of jagged metal in the guitars. "Easy Street" rides on Murphy's expressive guitar and Pirner's hoarse vocals. The album ends with "All the King's Friends," a crunching rocker with hooks in all the right places. This record contains 42 of Soul Asylum's finest moments.




 

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