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Too High to Die (1994)

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Title: Too High to Die
Artist: Meat Puppets
Genre: Alternative Rock
Released: 1994

Tracks:
1 - Violet Eyes - 3:53
2 - Never to Be Found - 4:48
3 - We Don't Exist - 3:46
4 - Severed Goddess Hand - 3:01
5 - Flaming Heart - 4:51
6 - Shine - 3:52
7 - Backwater - 3:41
8 - Roof With a Hole - 3:36
9 - Station - 2:24
10 - Things - 4:08
11 - Why? - 4:22
12 - Evil Love - 3:09
13 - Comin' Down - 3:27
14 - Lake of Fire - 3:10

Overview:
Too High to Die is the eighth album by the Meat Puppets, released on January 25, 1994. It was produced by Butthole Surfers guitarist Paul Leary. The album's title is a parody of The Ramones' 1984 album Too Tough to Die.
Too High to Die sold very well due to the success of its single "Backwater", which reached #2 and #11 on the Billboard Mainstream Rock Tracks and Modern Rock Tracks charts respectively. The album itself also reached #1 on the Heatseekers chart, making it one of the Meat Puppets' most successful and highest ranking albums to date. The album was certified gold by the RIAA on October 6, 1994.
 
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