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Most of us likely missed MUDHONEY's Five Dollar Bob's Mock Cooter Stew when it first cratered here on Earth in late 1993, but we can ALL learn from our previous mistakes RIGHT NOW!!! Out of print in any physical format for 30 years (!), here is their Reprise mini-LP for all to devour in real-time and roll in it's naked glory. Initially recorded by the band as an offering for their fans to devour while they were between full-length albums, the majority of Five Dollar was recorded in one short, inspired burst on August 1, 1993, between the hours of 9:30 and 10:15 PM (with friend and Fastback Kur(d)t Bloch egging them on from the production booth). They smashed this out in just 45 minutes.It might be the band at their most 'Stooge-esque' since there is no flowery imagery; nothing to misinterpret; just in-your-face blunt despair (in that department, Black Flag's Damaged LP comes to mind, especially in Mudhoney's gleefully punishing highlight: 'No Song III'). Within two seconds of any of these songs hitting your mind (maybe even within one second), you knew it could only be Mudhoney. You can instantly recognize it, because they truly own it/you/the universe.
Most of us likely missed MUDHONEY's Five Dollar Bob's Mock Cooter Stew when it first cratered here on Earth in late 1993, but we can ALL learn from our previous mistakes RIGHT NOW!!! Out of print in any physical format for 30 years (!), here is their Reprise mini-LP for all to devour in real-time and roll in it's naked glory. Initially recorded by the band as an offering for their fans to devour while they were between full-length albums, the majority of Five Dollar was recorded in one short, inspired burst on August 1, 1993, between the hours of 9:30 and 10:15 PM (with friend and Fastback Kur(d)t Bloch egging them on from the production booth). They smashed this out in just 45 minutes.It might be the band at their most 'Stooge-esque' since there is no flowery imagery; nothing to misinterpret; just in-your-face blunt despair (in that department, Black Flag's Damaged LP comes to mind, especially in Mudhoney's gleefully punishing highlight: 'No Song III'). Within two seconds of any of these songs hitting your mind (maybe even within one second), you knew it could only be Mudhoney. You can instantly recognize it, because they truly own it/you/the universe.
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Five Dollar Bob's Mock Cooter Stew [Limited Edition LP]
Artist: Mudhoney
Format: Vinyl
New: In Stock $42.14
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DISC: 1

1. In the Blood
2. No Song III
3. Between Me ; You Kid Six
4. Two One
5. Make It Now Again
6. Deception Pass
7. Underide

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Most of us likely missed MUDHONEY's Five Dollar Bob's Mock Cooter Stew when it first cratered here on Earth in late 1993, but we can ALL learn from our previous mistakes RIGHT NOW!!! Out of print in any physical format for 30 years (!), here is their Reprise mini-LP for all to devour in real-time and roll in it's naked glory. Initially recorded by the band as an offering for their fans to devour while they were between full-length albums, the majority of Five Dollar was recorded in one short, inspired burst on August 1, 1993, between the hours of 9:30 and 10:15 PM (with friend and Fastback Kur(d)t Bloch egging them on from the production booth). They smashed this out in just 45 minutes.It might be the band at their most 'Stooge-esque' since there is no flowery imagery; nothing to misinterpret; just in-your-face blunt despair (in that department, Black Flag's Damaged LP comes to mind, especially in Mudhoney's gleefully punishing highlight: 'No Song III'). Within two seconds of any of these songs hitting your mind (maybe even within one second), you knew it could only be Mudhoney. You can instantly recognize it, because they truly own it/you/the universe.
        
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