MAD SEASON - ABOVE

MAD SEASON

ABOVE

The only album to be completed by the Seattle-based supergroup Mad Season, Above has achieved mythic status among hard rock aficionados. This expanded double 12" vinyl edition includes the original album in its entirety as well as three songs from the band's unfinished second album with newly recorded vocals by Mark Lanegan, a previously unreleased instrumental "Interlude," and a remixed version of Mad Season's cover of John Lennon's "I Don't Wanna Be A Soldier".

  • 180 gram audiophile vinyl
  • Previously unreleased bonus tracks ("Locomotive", "Black Book Of Fear", "Slip Away") and a remix of "I Don't Wanna Be A Soldier"
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Catalog # : MOVLP169Format : 2 LP, 180 gramReleasedate : 2013-04-20
Barcode : 8713748980726Sleeve : GatefoldOriginal Release : 1995 

Side A

1 Wake Up
2 X-Ray Mind
3 River Of Deceit

Side B

1 I'm Above
2 Artificial Red
3 Lifeless Dead
4 I Don't Know Anything

Side C

1 Long Gone Day
2 November Hotel
3 All Alone
4 Interlude
5 Locomotive (bonus track)

Side D

1 Black Book Of Fear (bonus track)
2 Slip Away (bonus track)
3 I Don't Wanna Be A Soldier (remix)

Consisting of Pearl Jam guitarist Mike McCready, Alice in Chains vocalist Layne Staley, bass player John Baker Saunders and Screaming Trees' Barrett Martin on drums, the Seattle-based supergroup Mad Season recorded Above as their only studio album.  It was released in March 1995, featuring guest vocals from Mark Lanegan. A mix of melancholy ballads and hard rock, the album proved to be a gold certified hit. 

This expanded double 12" vinyl edition includes the original album in its entirety as well as three songs from the band's unfinished second album with newly recorded vocals by Mark Lanegan, a previously unreleased instrumental "Interlude," and a remixed version of Mad Season's cover of John Lennon's "I Don't Wanna Be A Soldier".

  • 180 gram audiophile vinyl
  • Previously unreleased bonus tracks ("Locomotive", "Black Book Of Fear", "Slip Away") and a remix of "I Don't Wanna Be A Soldier"