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Mudhoney  - Superfuzz Bigmuff 2013 LP
  • Mudhoney  - Superfuzz Bigmuff 2013 LP
  • Mudhoney  - Superfuzz Bigmuff 2013 LP
  • Mudhoney  - Superfuzz Bigmuff 2013 LP
  • Mudhoney  - Superfuzz Bigmuff 2013 LP
  • Mudhoney  - Superfuzz Bigmuff 2013 LP
  • Mudhoney  - Superfuzz Bigmuff 2013 LP
  • Mudhoney  - Superfuzz Bigmuff 2013 LP
  • Mudhoney  - Superfuzz Bigmuff 2013 LP
  • Mudhoney  - Superfuzz Bigmuff 2013 LP
  • Mudhoney  - Superfuzz Bigmuff 2013 LP
  • Mudhoney  - Superfuzz Bigmuff 2013 LP
  • Mudhoney  - Superfuzz Bigmuff 2013 LP
Mudhoney  - Superfuzz Bigmuff 2013 LP
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Condition: Used

Vinyl: Near Mint

Cover: Very Good

 

Seem split on top edge. 33rmp 12" Remastered Reissue 2013. With Poster.

 

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https://www.discogs.com/release/12876122-Mudhoney-Superfuzz-Bigmuff

 

Mudhoney is a band that has been making music since the late 1980s, and their sound has been described as a mix of punk, grunge, and garage rock. They have released numerous albums over the years, but one that stands out is their 2013 LP, Superfuzz Bigmuff.

The name of the album is a nod to two of their earlier releases, Superfuzz Bigmuff EP and Superfuzz Bigmuff Plus Early Singles. These EPs were released in the late 1980s and helped establish Mudhoney as one of the pioneers of the grunge movement. The 2013 LP is a reissue of these EPs, remastered and combined into one album.

 

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The album cover is a simple yet striking image of a distorted face, a nod to the heavy, fuzzed-out guitar sound that Mudhoney is known for. The album opens with the track "Touch Me I'm Sick," which is a raw and gritty song that sets the tone for the rest of the album. It's a perfect example of Mudhoney's signature sound, with frontman Mark Arm's raspy vocals and Steve Turner's distorted guitar riffs.

One of the standout tracks on the album is "In 'N' Out of Grace," which starts off slow and melodic before building up into a frenzy of heavy guitar and drums. The lyrics are a commentary on the music industry and the pressure to conform, with lines like "I don't wanna be the flavor of the week, I don't wanna be the flavor of the month." This song, like many of Mudhoney's others, showcases their unique blend of punk attitude and grunge sound.

Another notable track is "Sweet Young Thing Ain't Sweet No More," which has a catchy, almost pop-punk feel to it. It's a departure from their usual sound but still maintains the raw energy that is characteristic of Mudhoney. The lyrics tell the story of a girl who was once innocent and sweet but has now become jaded and bitter. It's a relatable theme that adds depth to the album.

One of the most interesting aspects of Superfuzz Bigmuff is the inclusion of the bonus track "Hate the Police." This cover of a Dicks song was originally recorded for a tribute album but was not included on the original EPs. It's a fast-paced, politically charged song that fits in perfectly with the rest of the album.

The reissue also includes two previously unreleased tracks, "Burn It Clean" and "You Got It." Both songs stay true to Mudhoney's grunge roots, with heavy guitar riffs and angst-filled lyrics. These bonus tracks add even more value to an already impressive album.

Superfuzz Bigmuff is a must-listen for any fan of grunge or punk music. It's a testament to Mudhoney's lasting influence on the music scene and their ability to stay true to their sound. The reissue also includes liner notes from band members and producer Jack Endino, giving fans a behind-the-scenes look at the making of the album.

In conclusion, Mudhoney's 2013 LP, Superfuzz Bigmuff, is a timeless album that showcases the band's raw and energetic sound. It's a reissue that not only pays homage to their earlier EPs but also stands on its own as a solid collection of songs. Whether you're a longtime fan or new to the band, this album is a must-have for any music collection.

 

 

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