Soul Asylum was huge in the ’90s, thanks to the triple-platinum 1992 disc Grave Dancers Union and hits like “Runaway Train,” not to mention singer Dave Pirner’s well-known relationship with Winona Ryder. The band fell far from the limelight in subsequent years, though the death of founding bassist Karl Mueller inspired a comeback with 2006’s The Silver Lining. The album features Mueller’s last work and does justice to Soul Asylum’s, and Mueller’s, legacy. Though Pirner spends most of the year living in New Orleans, the Minneapolis-based band is still going, with Pirner and guitarist Dan Murphy joined by former Prince drummer Michael Bland and Replacements/GNR bassist Tommy Stinson. A new album is in the works, but in the meantime, the band recently contributed a cover of “Good Morning Good Morning” to Minnesota Beatle Project Vol. 2.