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Bob Mould

Postby John_K » 13 Jan 2022, 12:42

While ripping my Bob Mould CDs to FLAC this morning, I realise I have all from Workbook to Modulate, then I completely bypassed his career until 2019's Sunshine Rock.

I should plug some gaps, what are the standout albums from the intervening years..?

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Re: Bob Mould

Postby Jumper K » 13 Jan 2022, 13:17

I really like Body of Song, it reinvigorated his passion for the live setting. Sunshine Rock and Blue Hearts are pretty good.

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Re: Bob Mould

Postby C » 13 Jan 2022, 16:28

I love a bit of Mould me

I rate highly Silver Age, Beauty & Ruin and Patch the Sky

Beauty & Ruin being the best of the three for me




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Re: Bob Mould

Postby cheifwhat » Yesterday, 17:03

It's an unfortunate surname though
Mostly dancing sir,...

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Re: Bob Mould

Postby mudshark » Yesterday, 18:51

Still better than Bob Fungus.
There's a big difference between kneeling down and bending over

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Re: Bob Mould

Postby C » Yesterday, 18:52

Bob's made some wonderful albums, and I have them all, but my goto is the magnificent Workbook

Full of music

Yes, full of music



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