Mother Love Bone releases a self-titled compilation album
Mother Love Bone (also known as Stardog Champion) is a compilation album by the American rock band Mother Love Bone.
It was released on September 22, 1992 through Stardog/Mercury Records.
The album contains material from the EP Shine (1989) and the album Apple (1990). It was released by Polygram subsidiary Stardog/Mercury Records after the band dissolved due to the death of vocalist Andrew Wood. The album charted at number 77 on the Billboard 200 album chart in 1992. Ira Robbins of Entertainment Weekly said, "Mother Love Bone—the band's total output—suggests a young, hungry Aerosmith hooked on Led Zeppelin."