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Destination You - Material Issue - Destination Universe (CD, Album)


  1. Material Issue ‎– Destination Universe. Label: Mercury ‎– Format: CD, Album. Country: US. Released: 19 May /5(26).
  2. Led by frontman Jim Ellison, Material Issue produced some of the '90s most memorable power-pop moments by combining the best elements of Cheap Trick and Shoes. Destination Universe, the band's sophomore effort, showcases their talent for punching out three-minute sonic bursts of energy. Each song packs irresistible hooks, crunchy pop guitars, and soaring vocals into brief odes to love both lost "Ballad of a Lonely Man 6/
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  4. May 14,  · Artist: Material Issue Title: Destination Universe Year Of Release: Label: Mercury Genre: Power Pop, Pop Rock Quality: Mp3 / Flac (tracks) Total Time: Total Size: / Mb WebSite: Album Preview.
  5. Destination Universe is the second studio album by Material Issue, released on Mercury Records in The new album was not as well received by critics as the debut album, nor did it sell as well. The album included the single "What Girls Want" and was, like their debut album, produced by Jeff Murphy.
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  7. Jun 16,  · Music video by Material Issue performing What Girls Want. (C) The Island Def Jam Music Group.
  8. Destination Universe, an album by Material Issue on Spotify. our partners use cookies to personalize your experience, to show you ads based on your interests, and for measurement and analytics purposes.
  9. Jan 01,  · Destination Universe is Material Issues's 2nd major label album released in , and showed better production and the harder edge that would go on to dominate the rest of the Chicago trio's work until Jim Ellisons untimely suicide in /5(9).

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