|Associated acts||Sublime, Meat Puppets, Eyes Adrift, Long Beach Dub Allstars, Sublime with Rome, The Ziggens|
|Past members||Curt Kirkwood|
Volcano was a supergroup band, formed by Meat Puppets frontman Curt Kirkwood, Sublime drummer Bud Gaugh, Sublime soundman Michael 'Miguel' Happoldt, and bass player of The Ziggens Jon Poutney after the breakup of Eyes Adrift.
They released one self-titled studio album in 2004.
Kirkwood wanted to name the band "Pine Cone", but was outvoted by other group members.
The album was released as a limited edition on Skunk Records and to date (2018) has not been reprinted.
|Studio album by Volcano|
|Producer||Miguel (Michael Happoldt)|
Volcano was released in 2004.
They noted the "simple rough-in-the-studio mix", the reggae feel of most of the songs, and the "high lonesome" feeling conjured by Kirkwood's "unfettered vocals".
Punknews.org said that the reggae- and country-influenced songs were some of the best, and called the album "one of the best of the post-Sublime era" and a "truly unique collaboration and a solid collection of songs".
- "Pine Cone" - 3:38
- "Twisted Seeds" - 3:25
- "Love Mine" - 3:35
- "It Don't Matter" - 2:23
- "Run Aground" - 3:10
- "Blown Away" - 2:12
- "Rave Only" - 3:58
- "Some Kind of Light" - 3:46
- "Arrow" - 2:50
- "Million" - 4:00
- "Volcano" - 3:48
- "Greenery" - 4:46
- "Lonesome Ghost" - 3:00
- Guitar, vocals - Curt Kirkwood
- Guitar, backup vocals, production - "Mike Stand" a.k.a. Michael 'Miguel' Happoldt
- Bass - Jon Poutney
- Drums - Bud Gaugh
Credits to the contents of this page go to the authors of the corresponding Wikipedia page: en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Volcano (supergroup).