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Mudhoney
Morning In America

You wait years for a new Mudhoney LP and then two come along at once. After the Seattle grunge veterans returned to the fray back in 2018 with the excellent 'Digital Garbage', the band now offer up another set of tracks less than a year on from that record. Not everything on 'Morning In America' is new - ‘Vortex Of Lies’ was on a hyper-limited tour 7” while ‘Let’s Kill Yourself Live Again’ and ‘One Bad Actor’ are re-workings of older material - but by and large this is fresh meat. All of the cuts on 'Morning In America' date from the 'Digital Garbage' sessions.
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Mudhoney
Tomorrow Hit Today

Tomorrow Hit Today by Mudhoney, originally released in 1998, was the last album by the grunge pioneers to feature the original line-up. Bassist Matt Lukin left once the album was in the can. The album marks the point where Mudhoney brought elements of blues and garage rock to their sound, influenced by the legendary figurehead of Memphis music, Jim Dickinson, who produced the album. Reissue LP on blue, black and white mixed coloured vinyl. Limited to 1500.
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Mudhoney
Digital Garbage

Apparently, Mark Arm wanted to write an album with lyrics akin to early Beach Boys records - a more holiday-ish vibe. The leader of Seattle grunge….can we still use the word grunge?....okay, garage rock legends, Mudhoney has instead decided that powerful social commentary suits their music better for new album Digital Garbage. Please Mr. Gunman and Next Mass Extinction both reference problems in America’s recent political and social history. LP, CD and Cassette on Sub Pop.
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Mudhoney
LiE

Live album that documents Mudhoney’s 2016 European tour. LiE's release coincides with the 30th anniversary of the band and features eleven tracks from across those three decades. After all that time the superfuzz is still super, the bigmuff is still big and the riffs... hoo-boy the riffs. 
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Mudhoney
Superfuzz Bigmuff

Nicely-priced reissue of Mudhoney’s debut EP here. 1990’s Superfuzz Bigmuff came to be one of grunge’s seminal texts - Kurt Cobain was a huge fan for one - and the riffage remains undeniable all these years later. Despite grunge’s mope-heavy image a few of the numbers here (‘Touch Me I’m Sick’, ‘Burn It Clean’) are pretty peppy. Back on wax for the first time in ages courtesy of Sub Pop.
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Mudhoney
Markthalle, Hamburg, April 29th, 1992

Plunge back to the early 90’s with this live document of Mudhoney playing in their prime. Markthalle, Hamburg, April 29th, 1992 is a seriously energetic and feedback-drenched slice of prime grunge-rock from some of the original kings. Pressed to yellow splatter vinyl in a limited edition of 349 copies by the East / West label.

Mudhoney
Since We've Become Translucent

Since We’ve Become Translucent was Mudhoney’s 2002 effort, a typically sludged-out guitar-fest. Arguably they had moved out of the garage a little by this point, but there is no disputing that this is still firmly a Mudhoney record: lyrics are snarled out, and guitar pedals remain firmly pressed down. The reissue LP is courtesy of Sub Pop.
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Mudhoney/Halo Of Flies
Split


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Kim Salmon And The Guys From Mudhoney
Until....


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Various (Mudhoney, Acid Mothers Temple, Moon Duo, White Hills, Mugstar)
In Search Of Hawkwind


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Mudhoney / Sonic Youth
Live In Hollywood


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Mudhoney, Unsane, Various
Crunchhouse


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Nirvana, Mudhoney, Various
Video Network 1


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Mudhoney
Piece Of Cake

Mudhoney's 'Piece Of Cake' begins with a joke at grunge's expense, beginning with their pretty ridiculous impression of a techno tune before they jump into a record of clattering guitars and thrashing drums. With a little more punk rawk fury and garage simplicity to their sound, 'Piece Of Cake' shows off a version of the band introduced in a multitude of approaches to making heavy rock music -- but the grunge stays at the forefront.

Mudhoney
My Brother The Cow

Right awwwwwwn. Arrogant Seattle grunge punks Mudhoney released 'My Brother the Cow' in 1995, and it sees a proud reissue now from Music On Vinyl. Unlike their grunge forefathers and siblings, the gruesomely toned guitars and snarled vocals of Mudhoney only ever sounded semi-serious, and 'My Brother the Cow' is testament to the fact grunge could be, above all things, quite fun. Raw, rollicking and full of sunglasses rock, 'My Brother the Cow' is a different kind of grunge classic. One choice lyric from Mark Arm: "Listen to my songs, I guarantee you'll relate". The LP comes with a 7" single. 
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