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Soul Asylum - Runaway Train (US Import)

01 – Runaway Train
02 – Black Gold (Live)
03 – Never Really Been (Live)
04 – By The Way
05 – Everybody Loves A Winner

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Music Video of the Day: Runaway Train by Soul Asylum (1993, dir. Tony Kaye)

You have to remember that this came out only a year or so after Jeremy by Pearl Jam and No Rain by Blind Melon. We also had America’s Most Wanted in full swing. 244 more words

Music Video

Ecclesiastes. I Can't Get No Satisfaction.

Confession. Nearly every time I pick up my ESV to read Ecclesiastes I hear the Rolling Stones singing “I Can’t Get No Satisfaction.” Allow me to explain. 641 more words

Gospel

Soul asylum (chapter 3) 

I got home and in Keith’s case his home tonight because he is way to drunk to go home to his girlfriend Kelly, she never likes to see him drunk because she has her life in ‘order’ and anything that is dissatisfied by her she’ll make Keith pay. 1,542 more words

Soul asylum (chapter 2)

She was there, sitting alone and looking up. It was night time and we were at some sort of party, it was all white. She was dressed in white, and I was dressed in black. 1,561 more words

Bun E. Carlos on His Solo Album, Cheap Trick’s Reunion Chances

By Brian Ives 

Former Cheap Trick drummer Bun E. Carlos has just released his debut solo album,  Greetings From Bunezuela! It’s a garage rock tribute that he recorded with a little help from his friends: Dave Pirner of Soul Asylum sings Bob Dylan’s “It Takes a Lot to Laugh, It Takes a Train to Cry,” John Stirratt of Wilco sings the Who’s “Armenia City in the Sky” and the members of Hanson are a cover of Paul Revere & the Raiders’ “Him or Me.” 1,091 more words

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