Soul Asylum

Soul Asylum is an indie band formed in 1983, perhaps best known for their song "Runaway Train".

Discography

  • Say What You Will, Clarence...Karl Sold the Truck (1984)
  • Made to Be Broken (1985)
  • Time's Incinerator (1986)
  • While You Were Out (1986)
  • Clam Dip & the Other Delights (1987)
  • Hang Time (1988)
  • And the Horse They Rode On (1990)
  • Grave Dancer's Union (1992)
  • Let Your Dim Light Shine (1995)
  • Candy From a Stranger (1998)
  • Black Gold: The Best of Soul Asylum (2000)

Singles

  • Sometime To Return (1989)
  • Beggars And Choosers (1989)
  • Cartoon (1989)
  • Easy Street (1990)
  • Spinnin (1990)
  • We 3 (1991)
  • All The King's Friends (1991)
  • Somebody To Shove (1993)
  • Runaway Train (1993)
  • Insomniac's Dream (1994)
  • Can't Even Tell (1994)
  • Misery (1995)
  • String Of Pearls (1995)
  • Promises Broken (1996)
  • I Will Still Be Laughing (1998)
  • Close (1999)
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Soul Asylum is an indie band formed in 1983, perhaps best known for their song "Runaway Train". Each of the band members has gone on to solo careers. Close (1999). Danoff and Nivert divorced shortly afterwards. I Will Still Be Laughing (1998). The band broke up by 1980, unable to match their previous success (see 1980 in music). Promises Broken (1996). David Letterman, then unknown, also participated in the show.

String Of Pearls (1995). The band hosted a variety show titled "Starland Vocal Band" that ran on CBS for two months. Misery (1995). The follow-up, Rear View Mirror was a failure in comparison. Can't Even Tell (1994). They won two and were nominated for five Grammy Awards. Insomniac's Dream (1994). The song was a hit, and the album topped the charts too.

Runaway Train (1993). Their debut was Starland Vocal Band, which included "Afternoon Delight". Somebody To Shove (1993). They recorded several albums before making a group called the Starland Vocal Band. All The King's Friends (1991). The latter song is the de facto state song of West Virginia, although it has no official status as such. We 3 (1991). Nivert and Danoff wrote "I Guess He'd Rather Be in Colorado" and "Take Me Home, Country Roads", both big hits for John Denver.

Spinnin (1990). The group began as Fat City, a husband/wife duo of Bill Danoff and Taffy Nivert. Easy Street (1990). Starland Vocal Band is an American rock band, known primarily for "Afternoon Delight", one of the biggest singles in 1976 (see 1976 in music). Cartoon (1989). Beggars And Choosers (1989).

Sometime To Return (1989). Black Gold: The Best of Soul Asylum (2000). Candy From a Stranger (1998). Let Your Dim Light Shine (1995).

Grave Dancer's Union (1992). And the Horse They Rode On (1990). Hang Time (1988). Clam Dip & the Other Delights (1987).

While You Were Out (1986). Time's Incinerator (1986). Made to Be Broken (1985). Say What You Will, Clarence...Karl Sold the Truck (1984).

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