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Bob Mould has been doing this longer than some of you have been alive. Shit, he’s been doing it longer than I’ve been alive. Hüsker Dü, the harrowing and inspiring Minnesota jangle-punk trio with whom a young Mould first sealed his legend, released their first album in January 1983, which puts him more than three… More »

Every one of these Anniversary stories is celebrating a bygone moment, of course — that’s the nature of looking back on an album a decade or two after its release — but few if any subjects seem so firmly, inextricably lodged in the past as the 1993 compilation No Alternative, which turned 20 years old… More »

Over the course of his three-decade run as one of the preeminent geniuses in rock and roll, Bob Mould has shared a great deal of himself through his work, while somehow remaining something of a distant figure. Perhaps it is the inherent modesty of Midwestern remove. Maybe it is the unmodulated croak of his drill-sergeant… More »

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Clap Your Hands Say Final Fantasy

As if you needed another reason to break your ban on all things above 14th St this New Year’s Eve, the Clap Your Hands party…
Stereogum | December 26, 2006 - 12:24 pm
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