Soul Asylum is an indie band formed in 1983, perhaps best known for their song "Runaway Train".
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Soul Asylum is an indie band formed in 1983, perhaps best known for their song "Runaway Train". In the 1990s, Thomas has continued to tour and record to a diminishing mainstream audience, though he has found new fans in contemporary Christian music. Close (1999). His string of hits continued, peaking in 1984 with "Two Car Garage", "Whatever Happened to Old Fashioned Love" and "New Looks from an Old Lover" (see 1984 in music). I Will Still Be Laughing (1998). By the 1970s, Thomas had switched to Paramount Records and released "(Hey Won't You Play) Another Somebody Done Somebody Wrong Song", his second pop hit. Promises Broken (1996). After a brief period with the Triumphs, Thomas began a solo career with a hit cover of "I'm So Lonesome I Could Cry" (Hank Williams) in 1966, but was unable to achieve massive mainstream success until 1968's (1968 in music) "Hooked on a Feeling" and 1969's (1969 in music) "Raindrops Keep Fallin' on My Head" (Burt Bacharach & Hal David).
String Of Pearls (1995). Billy Joe Thomas (born August 7, 1942) is an Oklahoma-born country singer. Misery (1995). Can't Even Tell (1994). Insomniac's Dream (1994).
Runaway Train (1993). Somebody To Shove (1993). All The King's Friends (1991). We 3 (1991).
Spinnin (1990). Easy Street (1990). 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).