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Mother Love Bone


Download links and information about Mother Love Bone by Mother Love Bone. This album was released in 1992 and it belongs to Rock, Grunge, Hard Rock, Metal, Heavy Metal, Alternative genres. It contains 17 tracks with total duration of 01:17:24 minutes.

Artist: Mother Love Bone
Release date: 1992
Genre: Rock, Grunge, Hard Rock, Metal, Heavy Metal, Alternative
Tracks: 17
Duration: 01:17:24
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No. Title Length
1. This Is Shangrila 3:42
2. Stardog Champion 4:58
3. Holy Roller 4:28
4. Bone China 3:46
5. Come Bite the Apple 5:26
6. Stargazer 4:52
7. Heartshine 4:37
8. Captain Hi-Top 3:06
9. Man of Golden Words 3:41
10. Capricorn Sister 4:19
11. Gentle Groove 4:04
12. Mr. Danny Boy 4:50
13. Crown of Thorns 6:21
14. Thru Fade Away 3:44
15. Mindshaker Meltdown 3:47
16. Half Ass Monkey Boy 3:21
17. Chloe Dancer / Crown of Thorns 8:22



It wasn't death but life that brought Mother Love Bone to the attention of the world in the end. Andrew Wood's premature passing was a personal tragedy to all who knew him and to the band's hometown fanbase, but the group had barely made a mark beyond the Shine EP, and Apple was less a debut album than a memorial. But when Seattle's music took over the commercial stratosphere, with Gossard and Ament steering Pearl Jam to undreamed-of heights, it was inevitable that a re-release would occur — something further confirmed when "Crown of Thorns" became one of the many radio hits from the soundtrack to Singles. For all the after-the-fact money-making thanks to Polygram, about the only thing that makes it a rip-off to the earlier fans is the inclusion of one unreleased track — "Lady Godiva Blues," which sounds more than a little like one of the Cult's neo-boogie efforts circa Electric. Wood certainly has Ian Astbury's gift of gab and vocal projection, though it's likely Rick Rubin would have recorded the guitars a lot more forcefully; either way, it's not essential for those who have everything else already. For newcomers, though, this collection is all that is needed, compiling as it does the full contents of both Shine and Apple into one package. The second disc only contains the Shine take of "Capricorn Sister" and "Lady Godiva Blues" itself; given the presence of numerous demos on bootlegs, including a version of Argent's "Hold Your Head Up," it seems a lot more could have been added. It's a fairly minor quibble, though, given all the fine music, whether it's the stomp of "Holy Roller" and "Half Ass Monkey Boy" or the fragile beauty of "Stargazer" and "Crown of Thorns." Ament's amusing but heartfelt liner notes, complete lyrics, and a slew of pictures of Mother Love Bone memorabilia help round out the release.