Albums

Mortal (2) - Lusis album art Mortal (2) Lusis (Album) Intense Records (10), Intense Records (10) UK 1992 Sell This Version
Mortal (2) - Fathom album art Mortal (2) Fathom (Album) Intense Records (10) US 1993 Sell This Version
Mortal (2) - Wake album art Mortal (2) Wake (Album) Intense Records (10) US 1994 Sell This Version
FLD9531 Mortal (2) - Pura album art Mortal (2) Pura(CD, Album) Intense Records (10) FLD9531 US 1995 Sell This Version
Mortal (2) - Mortal album art Mortal (2) Mortal (Album) 5 Minute Walk Records, Xhan Records US 1996 Sell This Version
Mortal (2) - Nu-En-Jin album art Mortal (2) Nu-En-Jin (Album) Tooth & Nail Records, Tooth & Nail Records US 2002 Sell This Version

Singles & EPs

Mortal (2) - Intense Live Series Vol. 5 album art Mortal (2) Intense Live Series Vol. 5 (EP) Intense Records (10) US 1993 Sell This Version
FLV 1221 Mortal (2) - Rift / More album art Mortal (2) / poor old lu.* Mortal (2) / poor old lu.* - Rift / More(7", Cle) Intense Records (10), Alarma Records FLV 1221 US 1993 Sell This Version

Compilations

Mortal (2) - Godspeed 1991–1994 album art Mortal (2) Godspeed 1991–1994 (Comp) KMG Records US 1998 Sell This Version
KMGD8636 Mortal (2) - Lusis / Fathom album art Mortal (2) Lusis / Fathom(CD, Album + CD, Album + Comp) KMG Records KMGD8636 US 1998 Sell This Version

Videos

FLV9483 Mortal (2) - Rift album art Mortal (2) Rift(VHS, NTSC) Intense Records (10) FLV9483 US 1994 Sell This Version

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muzkore

muzkore

April 9, 2019
Mortal were and still remain my favorite band. Fathom had just been released when I heard the band for the first time. The sound was addictive, creative and original. Immediately I found Lusis and cherished listening to it. Most people that I asked had not heard of Mortal. The reason I believe was (and as said by GemRain), they were so far ahead of the game. So many people did not get their approach to sound and passed them by for other bands that sounded all the same. Every album Mortal have made took the listener of a different space on the audio spectrum. They were not afraid to experiment or even change their sound all together. Even projects that they help produce I recognised their sound and can happily say that I loved the music even before I knew for definite that they were involved. It has been years since they released any new material and I sadly did not see them live. (Except for some poor quality handycam video). Luckily I had the chance to thank Jerome when Switchfoot toured Australia years ago. He seemed genuinely shocked when I listed of pretty much every major project he had worked on. I shook His hand and walked away. Such a great memory and let it be known that the music of Mortal shall live forever. Lastly, make sure to look up some of their side projects like Jyradelix, Lucena and Fold Zandura. You'll be glad you did.
GemRain

GemRain

July 22, 2008
edited over 8 years ago
This band, Mortal, was 10 years ahead of there time in 1992; that is when I purchased the album, Fathom. Ironically the album was produced by another of my favorite artists, Terry Scott Taylor, and that really brought tears to my eyes. I am delighted to own as much of their music as possible. I would say that they set the stage for a whole industry of new music.

Thanks Jyro and Jerome; Go for and produce!

GemRain Germain Braaten

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