If you wonder if Soul Asylum really were a punk band, this 1986 cassette tape (on Twin Tone!) , alongside the mini l.p. Say What You Will is the proof. Thankfully, it also proves that they were an adventurous lot from the get-go. There's lots of odd ends her including now-deceased basist Karl Mueller singing James Brown's "Hot Pants", a rave-up of Johnny Cash' s "Cocaine Blues" and some Black Flag Oak Arkansas-styled originals like "Dragging Me Down", "Broken Glass" and "Your Clock".
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For a photo of the cassette's full j-card go visit the multi-tentacled monster blog known as Down Underground, where the ever-cool viacomclosedmedown on youtube has also posted a rip of this.