Mudhoney news thread

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Mudhoney news thread

Post by sadie » Tue Oct 12, 2010 9:30 am

So, here goes all those little news which don't "deserve" own topic :)
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Post by sadie » Wed Oct 13, 2010 7:19 am

Videos from Mudhoney Leeds show (from Grunge Report) 07102010







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Re: Mudhoney news thread

Post by Thurston_Whore » Wed Oct 13, 2010 8:00 am

Sweet thx sadie..i now have something to do tonight watch mudhoney videos all night :D
I cant wait to see these guys again and new album woop woop!
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Post by SayHello2Heaven » Fri Nov 26, 2010 6:48 am

MUDHONEY RECORDS SONG FOR TV SHOW ABOUT BEER!!!

"Holy Awesomeness! Mudhoney recorded a brand new song for Discovery Channel show “Brew Masters” which premieres tonight at 10:00 pm. This is a song that even Sam Malone can get behind. Bottoms up.

Intrigued? Here’s a little sneak peak"

http://www.subpop.com/channel/blog/mudh ... annel_show

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Re: Mudhoney news thread

Post by Thurston_Whore » Fri Nov 26, 2010 10:17 am

Probably not the first song they've wrote about beer and probably wont be the last.They need to get a new album out and get to the uk like soon. :D Thx for the news.
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Re: Mudhoney news thread

Post by sodajerk93 » Sun Nov 28, 2010 12:19 pm

I clicked the link on the Sub Pop site and it took me to some rap song - anybody know what the song is called so I can find it? Apparently "Mudhoney beer song" doesn't get a lot of relevant results on Youtube.
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Re: Mudhoney news thread

Post by SayHello2Heaven » Wed Jan 19, 2011 11:02 pm

MARK ARM, NPR FAN?:

Mark Arm is a Seattle rock elder statesman. After fronting Green River, the band that would spawn Pearl Jam, he went on to form Mudhoney and lead the way for what would become grunge and the Seattle sound. Twenty years after Nirvana and Pearl Jam erupted with Nevermind and Ten, Arm lives a relatively quiet life in West Seattle (the neighborhood getting the deluxe treatment in this week's paper) as the manager of Sub Pop Records' warehouse.

We recently caught up with Arm--who's slowly chipping away on songs for the next Mudhoney record--to talk about skinny jeans, public radio, and why he calls West Seattle home.

SW: You're a big NPR fan, right?

Arm: If I listen to the radio, that's usually what I listen to, yeah.

Do you have a passionate take on the fallout from the Tucson tragedy?

No. It's just awful. I guess that Sarah Palin came up with some screed that it's ridiculous to blame the political . . . People need to take responsibility for what they say. Obviously, the dude was deranged. Did I just say, like, I didn't have a take on it? I'm sure what was going on around him fed into his thinking, you know?

People blamed Marilyn Manson after Columbine. When you say people need to take responsibility, do you mean Marilyn Manson needs to take responsibility for contributing to that?

I think there's a difference between some band and something that's constantly on TV all the time. Before an election and whatnot, it seems like it's kind of inescapable. Even if you're just casually watching TV, you're inundated with this shit.

Are you a big Second Amendment defender? A member of the NRA?

When I was a kid in the Boy Scouts I got a rifle and shotgun-shooting merit badge, and that was sponsored by the NRA. But I do not own a gun. I don't see the need to own a gun.

So needless to say, you feel secure enough in your West Seattle home to not have a gun?

If you publish my address, I might have to get a gun.

What drew you to West Seattle in 1993?

It was just really refreshing to get to a place that felt a little more real, where it wasn't just like, in the case of the U District, this yearly turnover of people, and in the case of Capitol Hill, everybody's not a fucking hipster. It was nice to actually live in a neighborhood where there are normal people, who aren't concerned about how tight or loose their jeans are.

Has it retained those qualities?

Yeah, it hasn't become Ballard.

Do you seek out any particular music, or just turn on NPR?

I don't listen to NPR for music. Jesus Christ! That's the last thing I would turn to NPR for.

Really? Sub Pop gets their bands up on NPR.

Sure, but you don't hear [label punks] Pissed Jeans on NPR.

That's true, but you've already heard [label fauxlkies] the Head and the Heart on NPR.

That's different.

Do you like the soft indie stuff that's been coming out of Seattle lately?

I've never been a fan of soft rock.

Note: Do to a boneheaded move on my part, I originally referred to Arm as "Turner" on second reference in the first paragraph of this post. I was, apparantly, thinking for a minute of Steve Turner, Mudhoney's guitarist. I apologize. For the error. Not for thinking about Turner.


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Re: Mudhoney news thread

Post by sodajerk93 » Thu Jan 20, 2011 8:16 am

Mark Arm, you liberal son of a bitch. Not that it diminishes my opinion of him, but NPR?
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Re: Mudhoney news thread

Post by sadie » Wed Mar 09, 2011 1:12 pm

MUDHONEY RELEASE UNRELEASED SONGS FEATURING ORIGINAL BASSIST MATT LUKIN
Mudhoney / Head on the Curb LP


This vinyl-only release is Mid-period Mudhoney at its RAWEST. Original Bass Player Matt Lukin is in top form, as is the rest of the classic line-up, blasting out songs and ideas, some of which went on to be studio-fied for their Warner Bros debut PIECE OF CAKE, while others got lost to the dark crevices of time…UNTIL NOW. Besides the cover of SCTV classic I HATE THE BLOODY QUEEN, these recordings have NEVER been released, and represent a sonic assault that is pure Mudhoney. Raw, unabashed, and sometimes down-right no-fi. HEAD ON THE CURB writes a new chapter into Mudhoney’s legendary past.

The Band
Mark Arm: Vocals, Guitars, Slide Guitars, Organ
Steve Turner: Guitars, Vocals
Matt Lukin: Bass Guitars, Vocals
Dan Peters: Trap Set

Side A
1. Ritzville
2. I Want To Live
3. King Sandbox
4. 13th Floor Opening
5. Living Wreck
6. Acetone

Side B
1. No End In Sight
2. Underide
3. Fun And Games
4. Confusion
5. When In Rome
6. I Hate The Bloody Queen

All Songs By Mudhoney except for I HATE THE BLOODY QUEEN by The Queen Haters
Recorded in various garages, studios and caves in remote parts of Seattle, WA during the last decade of the 20th century.
Photos by Charles Peterson.
Desing and Layout by Nathaniel Russell

Notes:
1000 vinyl copies only.
No insert or coupon for mp3 download.
Matrix: SP-1006-A / SP-1006-B

Released: March 2, 2011
http://grungereport.net/?p=3221
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Re: Mudhoney news thread

Post by SayHello2Heaven » Mon Jun 13, 2011 2:57 pm

did you know Mudhoney got their name from this movie:

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mudhoney_(film)


Food for thought! :)

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Re: Mudhoney news thread

Post by Canucker » Mon Jun 13, 2011 8:09 pm

but they hadn't even seen the movie at the time the picked the name!

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Re: Mudhoney news thread

Post by SayHello2Heaven » Mon Jun 13, 2011 9:33 pm

NICE ADDITION! Didn't know that part :)

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Re: Mudhoney news thread

Post by boxcar » Mon Jun 13, 2011 9:46 pm

This just in, Kurt mentions Mudhoney in this song ;)

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Re: Mudhoney news thread

Post by Canucker » Tue Jun 14, 2011 2:09 pm

SayHello2Heaven wrote:NICE ADDITION! Didn't know that part :)
I wrote it on the internet so it must be true :lol:

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Re: Mudhoney news thread

Post by SayHello2Heaven » Tue Jun 14, 2011 2:51 pm

Canucker wrote:
SayHello2Heaven wrote:NICE ADDITION! Didn't know that part :)
I wrote it on the internet so it must be true :lol:
It better be...I already commited it to memory :evil:

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