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  1. Randy says

    Why write a blurb about it at all? Why would I find this interesting? The first track is barely distinguishable from an ancient TV set tuned to nothing.

  2. Henry Holland says

    Saw him twice with the great Husker Du, a few times with Sugar and solo, fantastic guitar player and a good songwriter too. His first solo album “Workbook” is a favorite.

    His coming out was awkward, it was funny to see so many of the gays who interviewed him not really have a clue who he was but they wanted to claim him for the “community” anyways and expected him to be a spokesman right away.

  3. Adam L says

    @Randy Perhaps the reason you’re not into this is because you listen to over-produced pop, or soulless EDM.

    @Henry I wish I could have seen Husker Du. I was a bit too young. I have seen Sugar (In high school), and Bob’s solo many times. I caught him at SXSW this year, and he still has it. He still moves and rocks out like he was 25.

    Bob is a personal hero of mine, and I highly recommend reading his book See A Little Light.

  4. says

    @Adam L

    Where in the world did you jump to that conclusion? I’ve loved Husker Du since college; stood in line to get Workbook signed at Rose Records, and watched the Flaming Lips perform with him at ATP in upstate NY. Again, how did you go from my displeasure at the clickbait headline to assuming I have crap taste in music?

  5. JoeyJoJo says

    @RANDALL (http://whalesmusic.bandcamp.com)

    I think ADAM L was responding to someone else called RANDY, who posted:

    >Why write a blurb about it at all? Why would I find this interesting?
    >The first track is barely distinguishable from an ancient TV set
    >tuned to nothing.

    Pansy Division did a cover of Bob Mould’s “The Biggest Lie,” which they included on their 1995 CD release “Pile Up.”

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