Superfuzz Bigmuff

Mudhoney - Superfuzz Bigmuff
Critic Score
Based on 3 reviews
User Score
Based on 47 ratings
October 20, 1988 / Release Date
EP / Format
Sub Pop / Label
Grunge, Garage Punk / Genres
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Even though they inspired other grunge bands (AIC, Nirvana, Pearl Jam, etc) it’s still pretty crazy how underrated these guys were/are

Best Tracks:
Hate The Police (favorite)
Sweet Young Thing Ain’t Sweet No More
Touch Me I’m Sick
No One Has (favorite)
Chain That Door
Grunge textbook.
One of the best EPs ever, consistently solid, raw, energetic-to-the-core, noisy-as-all-fuck rebellious grunge/garage punk. Lot of noise rock and garage rock throughout. One of my favourite EPs and highlights of late eighties grunge. Highly recommended for grunge fans and rock fans in general.
Mudhoney's debut stands as there crowning achievement. They could have defined the Seattle sound had it not been for Nirvana. They're just as heavy and as snarky as the grunge legends though they lack the mass appeal. True grunge and hardcore fans will find this to be a staple in American music and a true gem.
addictive. kind of bummer it was released in the 80s. cant stop imagining how better it would be with that ealy 90s kind of sound. but still a good grunge album
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Track List

  1. Need
  2. Chain That Door
  3. Mudride
  4. No One Has
  5. If I Think
  6. In 'n' Out of Grace
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Added on: August 5, 2014