Fromohio

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Fromohio
FROMOHIO.jpg
Studio album by Firehose
Released 1989
Recorded 17–20 October 1988; Suma, Painesville, Ohio
Genre Alternative rock
Length 31:54
Label SST
Producer Ed Crawford, Mike Watt
Firehose chronology
If'n
(1987)
Fromohio
(1989)
Flyin' the Flannel
(1991)
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
AllMusic 4.5/5 stars[1]

Fromohio (stylized as fROMOHIO) is the third album by the American alternative rock band Firehose, released in 1989. It is regarded[by whom?] as one of the biggest highlights of their career. The album marked a change in the band's sound after their previous album, If'n. This type of sound was dropped for a heavier sound, however, when Flyin' the Flannel was released in 1991. It was included in the book "1001 Albums You Must Hear Before You Die".

Track listing[edit]

  1. "Riddle of the Eighties" - 2:00
  2. "In My Mind" - 2:16
  3. "Whisperin' While Hollerin'" - 2:04
  4. "Vastopol" - 1:24
  5. "Mas Cojones" - 2:02
  6. "What Gets Heard" - 2:19
  7. "Let the Drummer Have Some" - 0:59
  8. "Liberty for Our Friend" - 2:06
  9. "Time With You" - 3:13
  10. "If’n" - 3:14
  11. "Some Things" - 2:43
  12. "Understanding" - 3:12
  13. "'Nuf That Shit, George" - 0:46
  14. "The Softest Hammer" - 3:03

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