The Seattle group celebrated with remastered album, unreleased songs, demos and more

Mother Love Bone, the short-lived by influential Seattle band, are to be celebrated with a new box set which brings together their studio album alongside B-sides, demos, alternate versions and unreleased songs.

Mother Love Bone was formed in 1988 by Jeff Ament, Stone Gossard, Bruce Fairweather, Andrew Wood and Greg Gilmore. They released an EP, Shine, and one studio album, Apple. The band ended after Wood died from a heroin overdose. Ament and Gossard subsequently formed Temple Of The Dog with Soundgarden’s Chris Cornell as a tribute to Wood, before ultimately joining Eddie Vedder for Pearl Jam.

Mother Love Bone: On Earth As It Is will be available in both a vinyl and CD/DVD set on November 4 via UMC/Stardog. The DVD set includes bonus features of unseen live performances.

The 3 CD/ 1 DVD set includes:
Apple / Shine CD:
This Is Shangrila
Stardog Champion
Holy Roller
Bone China
Come Bite The Apple
Captain Hi Top
Man Of Golden Words
Capricorn Sister
Gentle Groove
Mr. Danny Boy
Crown Of Thorns
Thru Fade Away
Mindshaker Meltdown
Half Ass Monkey Boy
Chloe Dancer / Crown Of Thorns

B-sides / Alt Versions CD:
Holy Roller
Bone China
Hold Your Head Up
Capricorn Sister
Lady Godiva Blues
Red Hot Shaft
Seasons Changing (Live at the Plant)
Stardog Champion (Live at the Plant)
B-sides / Alt Versions CD:
Lubricated Muscle Drive
Savwhafair Slide
Jumpin Jehova
Bloodshot Ruby
Chloe Dancer (Demo)
Have You Ever Kissed A Lady
These R No Blues
Made Of Rainbows
Bloody Shame
One Time Fire
Stardog Champion featuring Chris Cornell and Pearl Jam (Live from Alpine Valley)

You can pre-order the CD and vinyl editions by clicking here.

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