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March To Fuzz - Mudhoney - March To Fuzz (Vinyl, LP)

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  1. March To Fuzz by Mudhoney. Available on from Norman Records UK. This item was available on Vinyl Triple LP but is now sold out on all formats, sorry. Take a look at what else we have in by Mudhoney, check out some related artists, head over to our new releases or knock yourself out reading our latest music news & album reviews.
  2. MARCH TO FUZZ Released: January This vinyl-only release is Mid-period Mudhoney at its RAWEST. Original Bass Player Matt Lukin is in top form, as is the rest of the classic line-up, blasting out songs and ideas, some of which went on to be studio-fied for their Warner Bros debut PIECE OF CAKE, while others got lost to the dark crevices.
  3. 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 .
  4. Dec 19,  · View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Blue Vinyl release of March To Fuzz on Discogs/5(18).
  5. March to Fuzz is a two-disc compilation album by grunge band exoredlatunadystbyrratapoufno.xyzinfo was released in January by Sub Pop Records. Disc 1 is a collection of the band's most popular songs, such as "Here Comes Sickness" and "Sweet Young Thing Ain't Sweet No More.".
  6. Released in , March To Fuzz marshalled a bunch of rarities, b-sides and a career through-view into an indispensable package that actually lives up the 'best of' moniker. --Sid Smith. Find more music at the BBC This link will take you off Amazon in a new window/5(16).
  7. I bought March To Fuzz last year, and in my opinion, Mudhoney's music withstands the inevitable test of time. Today, they are no longer a "grunge" band, just a damn good rock group. The guitars are noisier than a monster truck competition, and Mark Arm's screeching /5(32).

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