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Superfuzz Bigmuff (Deluxe Edition)


Download links and information about Superfuzz Bigmuff (Deluxe Edition) by Mudhoney. This album was released in 1988 and it belongs to Rock, Grunge, Indie Rock, Punk, Alternative genres. It contains 32 tracks with total duration of 02:15:04 minutes.

Artist: Mudhoney
Release date: 1988
Genre: Rock, Grunge, Indie Rock, Punk, Alternative
Tracks: 32
Duration: 02:15:04
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No. Title Length
1. Touch Me I'm Sick (Remastered) 2:32
2. Sweet Young Thing Ain't Sweet No More (Remastered) 3:46
3. Twenty Four (Remastered) 2:45
4. Need (Remastered) 3:00
5. Chain That Door (Remastered) 1:51
6. Mudride (Remastered) 5:44
7. No One Has (Remastered) 3:26
8. If I Think (Remastered) 3:37
9. In 'n' Out of Grace (Remastered) 5:31
10. The Rose (Remastered) 4:03
11. Hate the Police (Remastered) 2:08
12. You Got It (Keep It Outta My Face) [Remastered] 2:55
13. Burn It Clean (Remastered) 2:57
14. Halloween (Remastered) 6:11
15. Need (Demo) 3:23
16. Mudride (Demo) 6:03
17. In 'n' Out of Grace (Demo) 4:52
18. No One Has (Live in Berlin 10/10/88) 3:58
19. Sweet Young Thing Ain't Sweet No More (Live in Berlin 10/10/88) 3:45
20. Need (Live in Berlin 10/10/88) 2:47
21. Chain That Door (Live in Berlin 10/10/88) 1:59
22. If I Think (Live in Berlin 10/10/88) 3:18
23. Mudride (Live in Berlin 10/10/88) 6:19
24. Here Comes Sickness (Live in Berlin 10/10/88) 4:11
25. Touch Me I'm Sick (Live in Berlin 10/10/88) 2:51
26. In 'n' Out of Grace (Live in Berlin 10/10/88) 6:55
27. Mudride (Live at KCSB (11/16/88)) 5:34
28. Here Comes Sickness (Live at KCSB 11/16/88) 4:10
29. No One Has (Live at KCSB 11/16/88) 3:31
30. By Her Own Hand (Live at KCSB 11/16/88) 3:31
31. Touch Me I'm Sick (Live at KCSB 11/16/08) 3:13
32. Dead Love (Live at KCSB 11/16/88) 14:18



Mudhoney’s debut single “Touch Me I’m Sick” and its follow-up Superfuzz BigMuff EP defined an era of late-80s-early ‘90s Seattle grunge, with its sludgy guitars, roughshod rhythms and singer Mark Arm’s emphatic whelps and screams. Other bands from the region went on to greater success — Nirvana, Soundgarden — but none represented the scene’s spirit more effectively; Mudhoney schooled every band that heard them. The band’s playful vibe channeled genuine rage; their cover of the Texas punk group the Dicks’ “Hate the Police” is a most forceful anti-authority anthem. This deluxe edition collects the early singles, the original EP, various compilation tracks, several early demos, live recordings from Berlin, and a 1988 radio program in Santa Barbara. It captures them at their spontaneous and magical best with an energy and un-jaded enthusiasm that only true believers can channel. The live version of “If I Think” expresses the perfect dynamic, lying low for the verses and exploding for the chorus with unrelenting force. Even at this early stage with tunes like “In n’ Out of Grace,” “Need,” and “You Got It (Keep It Outta My Face)” they already had a deep catalog to draw from.