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''The Bliss Album...? (Vibrations of Love and Anger and the Ponderance of Life and Existence)'' is a 1993 album by P.M. Dawn.
The album was P.M. Dawn's definitive work. A post-daisy-age album, the psychedelic sound that graced their previous work was to be felt and fused with early 90s hip hop samples. This set them apart from their peers and the album appealed to pop, alternative and hip hop fans. After the release of this album, their work was sometimes categorized as new age by music journalists.
Before releasing ''The Bliss Album...?'', P.M. Dawn contributed the single "I'd Die Without You" to the 1992 Eddie Murphy comedy ''Boomerang'' and its soundtrack. The top 5 hit was also included on ''The Bliss Album...?'', as was the ''Billboard'' Top 10 single "Looking Through Patient Eyes" (featuring backing vocals by Cathy Dennis and sampling George Michael's hit "Father Figure"), the Boy George duet "More Than Likely" and a cover of the Beatles' "Norwegian Wood (This Bird Has Flown)." - Wikipedia