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Namespaces Article Talk. Views Read Edit View history. It was released on July 11, , eight years after Candy from a Stranger. It is the last studio album with original bassist Karl Mueller, who died of cancer on June 17, Mueller was able to play on most of the tracks, while the band brought in Tommy Stinson for the remaining ones.
Candy From A Stranger. Candy from a Stranger is Soul Asylum's eighth studio album. It was released on May 12, The band had originally planned to release an album entitled Creatures of Habit produced by Matt Hyde. Columbia Records did not approve of the recordings and shelved the album a few weeks before it was supposed to be released. The band re-entered the studio, this time with British producer Chris Kimsey, and emerged with Candy from a Stranger.
Most of the songs featured were previously recorded during the Creatures of Habit sessions. Drummer Sterling Campbell left the band after the album was completed.
Let Your Dim Light Shine. Critically, it suffered in comparison to its predecessor, Grave Dancers Union, the band's breakout release. This was the first Soul Asylum album with drummer Sterling Campbell, who had previously provided half of the drums on Grave Dancers Union. The album's title comes from a lyric of the song "Promises Broken.
It was produced by Steve Jordan with Joe Blaney.Apr 03, · From their 's album 'Grave Dancers Union' Lyrics I fell in love with a hooker She laughed in my face So seriously I took her I was a disgrace I was out .