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Bob Mould - Goes It Alone Album

Bob Mould - Goes It Alone Album
Bob Mould
Goes It Alone
Alternative Rock
Cat's Meow Records
FLAC size:
1130 mb
MP3 size:
2004 mb
WMA size:
1769 mb


1Hanging Tree
2Hardly Getting Over It
3Hear Me Calling
4Could You Be The One
5It's Too Late
6Poison Years
7Makes No Sense At All
8Celebrated Summer
9Stop Your Crying
10Stand Guard
11Wishing Well
12Can't Fight It
13Sinners And Their Repentances
14Out Of Your Life
15Walls In Time
16Lonely Afternoon
17The Act We Act
18See A Little Light


One panel insert, no catalog number


Modulate is Bob Mould's fifth solo album, released in 2002. Although a few tracks on his previous release, The Last Dog and Pony Show, had featured tape loops and samples, Mould shocked his fans with such a dramatic embrace of electronica. Rolling Stone magazine awarded the album 2 12 stars out of five, declaring: Ultimately, this is a rock record with electronic effects, not a techno record with guitars, and it falls short of being totally satisfying as either. Bob Mould sometimes referred to as Hubcap is the third solo album by former Hüsker Dü and Sugar guitarist and singer Bob Mould. It was recorded and mixed between September & November 1995 and released in April 1996. Mould played all of the instruments on the album himself, and the sleeve notes declare, This one is for me. New album 'BLUE HEARTS' out September 25 Order listen: . Over the weekend I spoke with Bob Mould and his friend and longtime bandmate Jason Narducy about Bob's song American Crisis that came out last week. The , in two and a half minutes, what many have struggled to find words to say. Bob Mould came alone, except for his 1987 Lake Placid Blue Fender Stratocaster. I have very fond memories from my early teens of this great band called Husker Du coming out of the Minneapolis punk scene. I bought as many of their singles, albums, and bootleg cassettes I could find. Bob's work has aged just as I have, like a fine wine, the band Sugar came onto the scene and it was refined just as I had started to grow older and refine. Sugar was great and I love all of their work. Finally as I entered adulthood, Bob went solo and it seemed to fit me like a glove. Bob Mould, his third solo album, was recorded entirely by Mould, but it doesn't sound like a lo-fi project - it doesn't have the professional production of Sugar's records, but it has all their sonic detail. What has changed is the details themselves. Bob Mould may not surge on waves of loud guitars like Hüsker Dü or Sugar, but Mould is reaching into new territory, using distortion as a coloring device and exploring trancier melodies. And Mould sounds revitalized throughout the album - although it is clear that this isn't a collection of first-takes, his obsession with ma. Listen to music from Bob Mould like American Crisis, See a Little Light & more. Find the latest tracks, albums. Mould released his first solo album after Hüsker Dü broke up 1989's Workbook eschewed MoulListen to music from Bob Mould like American Crisis, See a Little Light & more. Find the latest tracks, albums, and images from Bob Mould. Mould released his first solo album after Hüsker Dü broke up 1989's Workbook eschewed Moul read more. Bob Mould born October 16, 1960, in Malone, New York is an American musician, principally known for his work as guitarist, vocalist and songwriter for influential rock bands Hüsker Dü in the 1980s and Sugar in the 1990s. Born in Malone, New York, Mould lived in several places, including Pin read more. Hear Bob Mould Rage Against the President and Evangelicals on American Crisis. Track will appear on artists upcoming Blue Hearts LP, due out this fall. Mould said the album is inspired by the anger he feels for what he sees going on in the country now compared to when he was a closeted gay man in Hüsker Dü. The parallels between then and now roiled his blood: These fuckers tried to kill me once. They didnt do it. They scared me. I didnt do enough. 5 minutes alone: Bob Mould. By Total Guitar Total Guitar 01 September 2016. Hüsker Dü and Sugar man on his guitar origins and tone secrets. I had to cover a lot of space with one guitar, and I guess it goes back to the way that Pete Townshend approached things with The Who, having to ring open notes to cover more harmonic space. As time went on, I was introduced to people like Richard Thompson who uses a lot of different tunings with his style. Bob Mould talks Sugar's 1992 album, Copper Blue. The best of MusicRadar in your inbox