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The Love Bone Earth Affair

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The Love Bone Earth Affair

The Love Bone Earth Affair
Mother Love Bone
Released 1993
Recorded 1988-1990
Genre Grunge
Length 35 minutes
Language English
Label PolyGram
Director Troy Smith
Mother Love Bone chronology

Mother Love Bone
The Love Bone Earth Affair

The Love Bone Earth Affair is a home video by the American rock band Mother Love Bone. It was released in 1993.


The home video features never-before-seen footage of Mother Love Bone live in concert combined with previously unreleased interviews with frontman Andrew Wood, bassist Jeff Ament, and guitarist Stone Gossard. The documentary covers the band's formation and its eventual disbandment due to the death of Wood. Additionally, the videos for "Stardog Champion" and "Holy Roller" are included. The Love Bone Earth Affair was released on VHS only, with no official DVD version available.


Mother Love Bone

Chart positions

Chart (1993) Position
US Top Music Videos[1] 13


External links

  • Internet Movie Database
  • AllRovi
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