Mudhoney – Superfuzz Bigmuff Early Singles (1988-90)
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Mudhoney – Superfuzz Bigmuff Early Singles (1988-90)

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Artist: Mudhoney
Title Of Album: Superfuzz Bigmuff & Early Singles
Year Of Release: 1990
Label: Sub Pop 98787-0021-2
Genre: Grunge Rock
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Bitrate: VBR 0 | 16Bit/44kHz
Total Size: 150 MB | 356 MB
Total Time: 43:41
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Tracklist:
1 Touch Me I'm Sick 2:35
2 Sweet Young Thing Ain't Sweet No More 3:46
3 Hate the Police 2:08
4 Burn It Clean 3:00
5 You Got It (Keep It Outta My Face) 2:53
6 Halloween 6:12
7 No One Has 3:26
8 If I Think 3:37
9 In 'n' Out of Grace 5:28
10 Need 3:00
11 Chain That Door 1:51
12 Mudride 5:43
Musicians:
Steve Turner: Guitar, Vocals
Mark Arm: Guitar, Vocals
Matt Lukin: Bass
Dan Peters: Drums
Review from Allmusic:
Mudhoney didn't invent grunge, and Sub Pop Records had close to twenty releases under their belt when they unleashed the band's first 12" release, Superfuzz Bigmuff, in 1988. But if this wasn't the first shot fired in the battle to bring The Seattle Sound to the four corners of the world, it was the first one that well and truly hit the target. Superfuzz Bigmuff codified the first wave of grunge the way the Model T codified the first modern automobile; this is where the ingredients came together in a way that clicked with listeners, reworking the rudiments of hard rock and garage punk into a formula that made sense in the world of alternative rock. The band's snarky wit, brazenly sloppy guitar work, and songs that combined melodic hooks with Godzilla-sized riffage reinterpreted the visceral kick of metal into a format that celebrated its power while stripping it of its pomposity. And Superfuzz Bigmuff's six songs captured a great rock band as they were just starting to hit their stride; Mark Arm's vocals dripped attitude even when he was making fun of the material, Steve Turner's guitar work generated massive walls of fuzzy power, and drummer Dan Peters was Mudhoney's secret weapon: his crisp but forceful pounding giving the songs a rock-solid foundation no matter how far Turner and Arm drifted into the void of slop. Mudhoney made better and more compelling music than Superfuzz Bigmuff, but as a snapshot of the moment where grunge became a sound that meant something outside of a few dim Seattle beer joints, it's absolutely invaluable and a lot of grimy fun.
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