March to Fuzz
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Mudhoney was pure, unadulterated grunge, in its truest sense. In fact, Mark Arm is the one who coined the term "grunge." In describing the band's sound, he said it was "Pure grunge, pure, s@&t." The band took its cue from such pioneers as Black Flag and Iggy and the Stooges. Distorted, muddy guitars, strong riffs, feedback, and intense drumming were all trademarks of the bands sound. While Mudhoney employed many of the same themes as their peers; bleakness, despair, and nihilism, it was done somewhat tongue-in-cheek.
Mudhoney, along with such bands as Thin Lizzy and Motte the Hoople, remains one of rock's great also-rans. Although they received media coverage and critical praise, they never broke through the way the "big four" (Pearl Jam, Nirvana, Soundgarden, Alice In Chains) did. It's a shame to, because they were such a cool band.
While Mudhoney never enjoyed mass popularity, they still maintained a loyal following and critical praise. Over the course of ten years, from the late 80s to the late 90s, the band released half a dozen excellent albums, as well as EPs and a compilation of early singles.
"March to Fuzz...Best of and Rarities" is split, as the title states, between their best known singles and rarities. The first disc collects songs from all their studio albums and EPs. The songs are not in chronological order, but it doesn't really matter.Read more ›
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What is not to like? Great albums with a good smattering of the Lukin years. Unless you have all of the albums, a worthwhile buyPublished 20 months ago by JD in Seattle
I will try not to descend into total hyperbole, but let's just get it said: Mark Arm has one of the best rock'n'roll voices ever. Read morePublished on October 26, 2008 by Stargrazer
There was a point in my life around 1992 when I tried really hard to like Mudhoney. Now, that's a stupid thing to do, trying to like a band. Read morePublished on July 22, 2007 by Zelie Nic
If you like rock music, you'll love Mudhoney!! This CD outlines Mudhoney's whole career(up to Since We've Become Translucent) and has a rarities and B-sides CD that has some... Read morePublished on November 24, 2003
i really cannot explain how impressive mudhoney is. they are by far the BEST BAND IN THE WORLD. they are better than the beatles, nirvana(definattly).... Read morePublished on December 6, 2002
Arguably the best band to come out of the 90's Seattle grunge scene was Mudhoney and "March To Fuzz" demonstrates why they deserve that distinction. Read morePublished on September 8, 2002 by Poe
These four weren't as substantial as Nirvana, as slick as Pearl Jam, as portentous as Soundgarden or as tuneful as Screaming Trees. Read morePublished on December 3, 2001 by Tom Madigan
Mudhoney was always talented. Mudhoney always wrote good records. Unfortunately for Mudhoney they lived in this indie-rock world where it was cool to be Lo-fi. Read morePublished on June 16, 2001 by Dreamin'
The first disc is 22 of mudhoney's "greatest hits" (even though they really haven't had any real 'hits') which is great for the newbie but for those of us with all the... Read morePublished on November 17, 2000 by Colin