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Mudhoney's 'Digital Garbage' Is a Massive F-you to the Alt-right in America

A grim tone prevails throughout Digital Garbage, Mudhoney's angriest and most explicitly political record.

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A Fast-Paced, Thorough & Often Funny Story About an Important Band: 'I'm Now: The Story of Mudhoney'

Financial savvy, drugs, distortion boxes, major labels, and a (kind of) battle with Courtney Love are all part of this fascinating film.

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'Mudhoney: Live in Berlin 1988' Is a Powerful, Snotty Show

Here was a sound that was far removed from anything remotely popular. Yet the still new Mudhoney got an all-expenses-paid trip to Berlin, to represent Sub Pop records at the Independence Days '88 showcase. And someone thought to film it.

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Grunge by Michael Lavine and Thurston Moore

Sub Pop's first lens on the grunge scene offers an early look at the signs of flannel to come, and the distinctive regional imprints on the sounds that followed punk.

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Mudhoney: Superfuzz Bigmuff

With all the bonus tracks, live shows, and restored order, this Deluxe Edition would, in a perfect world, give Mudhoney the gold record they deserve.

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Mudhoney: The Lucky Ones

Seattle’s elder statesmen of grunge return with another so-so, Lukin-free effort.

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Mudhoney: Under a Billion Suns

Apocalypse in the garage: Seattle’s answer to the Stooges returns with a powerful explosion.

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