Mudhoney: Superfuzz Bigmuff (ltd. 35th Anniversary Edition) - Hilfe

Mudhoney - Superfuzz Bigmuff (ltd. 35th Anniversary Edition)

Cover von Superfuzz Bigmuff (ltd. 35th Anniversary Edition)
Superfuzz Bigmuff (ltd. 35th Anniversary Edition)

Label Sub Pop
Erstveröffentlichung 06.10.2023
Format LP
Lieferzeit 1 – 3 Werktage
Preis 21,95 € (inkl. MwSt. zzgl. Versand)

Zum 35-jährigen Jubiläum packt Sub Pop die in Senfgelb aus. Strikt llimitiert.

Der `88er Klassiker war eigentlich eine 6-Track-Mini-LP, wie hier. Hier prallten die Energie der Stooges auf 70er Punk-Attitüde und wildeste Fuzzgitarren des 60er Garage-Rocks – kurze Zeit später nannte man das „Grunge“.Wenn ein Album das Moshen begründet hat, dann dieses hier.


Limited Loser Edition on Mustard Yellow vinyl. In 1988 Mudhoney released their debut 7" single, "Touch Me I'm Sick," and it rapidly became the defining anthem of the Seattle scene that, shortly thereafter, took the world by storm. Punk? Garage? G****e? Who cares when it rips this much! The B side, "Sweet Young Thing Ain't Sweet No More," ain't no slouch, either. Later in 1988, the band followed up with Superfuzz Bigmuff, a six-song EP so overflowing with chaotic rock energy it warped thousands of minds, and inspired countless guitarists to immediately search for the titular fuzz pedals. In the words of Dynamite Hemmorage's Jay Hinman: "My feeling - and I know I'm not alone in this one - is that for all the play and worldwide attention several Seattle-area bands got during the 1988-92 period, at the end of the day (and even at the time), there was Mudhoney - and then there was everybody else. To me, you, and most everyone who was paying close attention to underground rock music during those years, Mudhoney still sound like the undisputed kingpins of roaring, surging, fuzzed-out, punk rock music. These first recordings were so life-affirming upon their release, connecting everything great about the sixties (biker movies, fuzzboxes, old guitars, three-minute songs) with the frothing, punk rock of the early 80s, that a whole new style of music was born. They called it grunge, but to me it was amped-up, clear-the-room, ramalama rock that exploded like Nagasaki live, and it was about as joyous and as fun a noise as anyone'd heard in years."

1. Need<
>2. Chain That Door<
>3. Mudride<
>4. No One Has<
>5. If I Think<
>6. In 'n' Out Of Grace
noch mehr von Mudhoney