|2. Quit It|
|3. Confusion Fog|
|4. The Wind And The Rain|
|5. The Mighty|
|6. Get On Down|
|8. I Am A Machine|
|10. A Hundred Miles|
|11. Love Our Children Forever|
|13. The Mighty Zero|
|14. I Am A Machine|
|17. Grand Intro|
The Meat Puppets at their psychedelic peak. A tightly crafted labor of love, "Mirage" was released in Spring of 1987 to increasing interest from mainstream rock circles. Joe Sasfy (Washington Post) proclaimed it "their finest, as close to a polished artistic arrival as you'd want from a frisky anti-pop band committed to musical spontaneity and adventure." This edition of "Mirage" has been expanded to include five extra tracks, featuring early demos of "The Mighty Zero," and "Liquified," as well as a cover of the Presley movie shlock, "Rubberneckin'," and the previously unheard "Grand Intro."
Top Customer Reviews
You have despair and loss in "Love Our Children Forever". You have a sense of nature's elements in "The Wind And Rain". You can even have some mindless fun in "Get On Down". You can experience 75 years worth of living in suburban America by just spinning this disc once.
And how many bands do you know of that can deliver an entire lifetimes worth of emotions on one silver disc?
Most recent customer reviews
After getting the excellent "Up on the Sun" and "Meat Puppets 2" albums, I had high anticipations for "Mirage", but I was very dissapointed. Read morePublished on May 24 2001 by TM
I just bought this yesterday, and this was my fourth MP album. Up on the Sun is probably my favorite because I don't think Chris Kirkwood's guitar playing can possibly get any... Read morePublished on July 26 2000 by matt klapper