“Hello-Goodbye” is a hidden song by Blind Melon from their album Soup.
The intro to “Galaxie” is actually its own song, called “Hello-Goodbye”. the lyrics are found in the booklet, separate from the rest of the album’s lyrics.
Blind Melon’s second album, Soup, was released in 1995 and followed the success of their self-titled debut. It’s often regarded as the band’s most experimental and innovative album, featuring a wide range of styles and influences, including funk, jazz, and folk.
Soup was recorded during a difficult time for the band, following the death of lead singer Shannon Hoon’s girlfriend and the birth of their daughter. As a result, the album has a more introspective and somber tone than their previous work, with several tracks dealing with loss and mourning.
Despite receiving critical acclaim, Soup was not as commercially successful as their debut album, and the band disbanded in 1996. However, it has since become a cult favorite among fans of 90s alternative rock and is regarded as one of the most underrated albums of the era.
Key tracks from Soup include the mournful ballad “Mouthful of Cavities,” the upbeat and funky “Galaxie,” and the haunting “St. Andrew’s Fall,” which features Hoon’s powerful and emotive vocals.
How to find “Hello-Goodbye”
On CD: First part starts at the beginning of track #1; second part starts at the end of track #14
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