Blind Melon: Soup

Blind Melon SKU: 31669191
Blind Melon: Soup

Blind Melon: Soup

Blind Melon SKU: 31669191

Format: VINYL LP

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Title: Soup
Label: Analog Sparks
Product Type: VINYL LP

Limited vinyl LP pressing in gatefold jacket. Soup is the second studio album by rock band Blind Melon, released on August 15, 1995, eight weeks before vocalist Shannon Hoon's fatal drug overdose, making it his final album with the band. Thematically, the album is much darker than the band's debut. "2 X 4" is about Hoon's experience at a drug detox. "Skinned" is about serial killer Ed Gein. "Car Seat (God's Presents)" is about Susan Smith, who killed her children by driving her car into a lake in Union, South Carolina. "St. Andrew's Fall" is about suicide. When asked about "Mouthful of Cavities, " Rogers Stevens said, "It's probably about the convoluted nooks and crannies of Shannon's brain." It featured harmonies between Shannon Hoon and Jena Kraus. "New Life" is about the birth of Hoon's daughter Nico Blue. "Wilt" is about halitosis. "Galaxie" is about Hoon's experience with his car, a 1964 Ford Galaxie. "Lemonade" is a humorous song about a bar fight.

1.1 Galaxie
1.2 2 X 4
1.3 Vernie
1.4 Skinned
1.5 Toes Across the Floor
1.6 Walk
1.7 Dumptruck
1.8 Car Seat (God'spresent)
2.1 Wilt
2.2 The Duke
2.3 St. Andrew's Fall
2.4 New Life
2.5 Mouthful of Cavities
2.6 Lemonade
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