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Mudhoney - March to Fuzz: Best of and Rarities [2CD Set] (2000)

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Mudhoney - March to Fuzz: Best of and Rarities [2CD Set] (2000)Artist: Mudhoney
Title Of Album: March to Fuzz: Best of and Rarities
Year Of Release: 2000
Label (Catalog#): Sub Pop [SPCD 500]
Country: United States
Genre: Alternative Rock, Grunge, Punk
Quality: FLAC (*tracks,cue,log,scans)
Bitrate: Lossless
Time: 2:24:04
Full Size: 1.06 gb

Mudhoney was most convincing when the 7" recording format limited their more indulgent tendencies. In general (especially early on), their albums were always peppered with great songs -- usually variations on the band's trademark scuzzy sound and sneering attitude -- but rarely sustained momentum all the way through, thanks in part to the band's weakness for ponderous jams. The sorely needed, two-disc best-of March to Fuzz attempts to have it both ways: the first disc is a generous, 22-track overview of their recordings from 1988-1998, while the second compiles 30 rarities for the devotees. It's a tactic that's been used before, and it's usually maddening, giving both casual and die-hard fans an entire disc they don't want. But March to Fuzz actually works very well. For one, it's not priced as a double-disc set, and for another, both discs are actually very strong. Mudhoney's sound didn't change very much over the course of their career, which means that even though disc one isn't arranged chronologically, everything is pretty much of a piece. It's also very well chosen, even if the surprisingly strong latter-day albums My Brother the Cow and Tomorrow Hit Today aren't heavily represented. But the disc makes a convincing case that Mudhoney never stopped making bruising, vital rock & roll, or writing great (albeit samey) songs. The rarities disc is surprisingly entertaining, featuring plenty of cover versions, cranky goofs, and songs that were certainly better than some of their album tracks, but were relegated to B-sides or indie compilations. Their '60s garage and surf roots are actually summed up very effectively here, as well as their love of early-'80s hardcore. March to Fuzz might be a little hard to handle all in one sitting, but it's hard to imagine a better overview of Mudhoney's career.

::TRACKLISTING::

CD1 - Best Of
01 - In 'n' Out Of Grace
02 - Suck You Dry
03 - I Have To Laugh
04 - Sweet Young Thing Ain't Sweet No More
05 - Who You Driving Now
06 - You Got It
07 - Judgement, Rage, Retribution, And Thyme
08 - Into The Drink
09 - A Thousand Forms Of Mind
10 - Generation Genocide
11 - If I Think
12 - Here Comes Sickness
13 - Let It Slide
14 - Touch Me I'm Sick
15 - This Gift
16 - Good Enough
17 - Blinding Sun
18 - Into Your Shtik
19 - Beneath The Valley Of The Underdog
20 - When Tomorrow Hits
21 - Make It Now Again
22 - Hate The Police

CD2 - Rarities And B Sides
01 - Hey Sailor
02 - Twenty Four
03 - Baby Help Me Forget
04 - Revolution
05 - You Stupid Asshole
06 - Who Is Who
07 - Stab Your Back
08 - Pump It Up
09 - The Money Will Roll Right In
10 - Fix Me
11 - Dehumanized
12 - She's Just 15
13 - Baby O Baby
14 - Over the Top
15 - You Give Me the Creeps
16 - March to Fuzz
17 - Ounce of Deception
18 - Paperback Life
19 - Bushpusher Man
20 - Fuzzbuster
21 - Overblown
22 - Run Shithead Run
23 - King Sandbox
24 - Tonight I Think I'm Gonna Go Downtown
25 - Holden
26 - Not Going Down That Road Again
27 - Brand New Face
28 - Drinking for Two
29 - Butterfly Stroke
30 - Editions of You

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