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8 Soothing Songs for Rut

8 Soothing Songs for Rut
Studio album by Motorpsycho
Released 1992
Recorded January and July, 1992
Genre Grunge, stoner rock
Length 42:04
Label Voices of Wonder
Producer Motorpsycho
Motorpsycho chronology
8 Soothing Songs for Rut
Demon Box

8 Soothing Songs for Rut is the second studio album by the Norwegian rock band Motorpsycho, then still tinged in hard rock and grunge metal. It was first released as vinyl-only-mini-album called "Soothe" but later re-released on CD with two additional tracks from the single "3 Songs For Rut". Both titles were merged into "8 Soothing Songs For Rut". The music is very raw and hard, but also shows glimpses of Prog, as in the nearly 10-minute long "Lighthouse Girl".[1]


  • Track listing 1
    • CD 1.1
    • LP "Soothe" 1.2
  • Personnel 2
  • References 3

Track listing


No. Title Writer(s) Length
1. "Have Fun"   Sæther 3:48
2. "Loaded"   Sæther/Ryan/Gebhardt 2:50
3. "Lighthouse Girl"   Sæther/Ryan 9:23
4. "Sister Confusion"   Sæther 5:53
5. "The Wait"   Sæther 6:41
6. "Step Inside"   Sæther/Ryan 7:11
7. "We All Float Down Here Too!"   Sæther/Ryan/Gebhardt 1:06
8. "California Dreamin'"   Phillips/Gilliam 5:07

LP "Soothe"

Side A (45 rpm)
No. Title Length
1. "Lighthouse Girl"   9:23
Side B (33 rpm)
No. Title Length
1. "Sister Confusion"   5:53
2. "The Wait"   6:41
3. "Step Inside"   7:11
4. "We All Float Down Here!"   1:06
5. "California Dreamin'"   5:07



  • Lars Lien: back. vocals on "California Dreamin'"[2]


  1. ^ "Motorpsycho Biography" (in Norwegian). Retrieved 2013-08-12. 
  2. ^ "Motorpsycho – 8 Soothing Songs For Rut". Retrieved 2013-08-12. 
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