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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars unbeatable garage punk, 22 Dec 2004
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This review is from: March To Fuzz (Audio CD)
For me, Mudhoney are possibly the most underated band of all time. Overshadowed by bands who idolised them, these fellas seem happy to disgust MTVites with their lovely racket.
The first CD, the 'best of' conjures up some great songs including the obvious classics 'Touch Me Im Sick', 'Suck You Dry', 'Sweet Young Thing..' and the like aswell as the lesser known songs such as 'One Thousand Forms of Mind' and 'Into Yer Shtick'. For me these are the standout tracks, but its one of those albums you can play all the way through due to the variety of styles in the songs and the humour that runs through almost every track.
The second cd is a mix match of covers, b-sides and random songs. Here Mudhoney's humour (which makes them my favourite band) shines through, especially with tracks like 'Hey Sailor'.
the general message is go buy it..NOW, run! faster!
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Mudhoney at their fuzzy wuzzy best, 21 April 2000
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This review is from: March To Fuzz (Audio CD)
This CD is a must for all Mudhoney fans whether you already have all the albums or not, as it includes rare tracks and B sides as well as the better known songs including In 'n' out of grace, Who you drivin' now and Touch me I'm sick. All in all great value as you get 52 tracks on two CD's for your money!
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars The Real Grunge Gods, 12 Mar 2005
This review is from: March To Fuzz (Audio CD)
This is, without question,Mudhoney's finest hour. From the bludgeoning opening of 'In 'n' Out Of Grace', to the inwardly pointed emotions of regret and hate in 'I have To Laugh', through the bitter acceptance of 'You Got It', to the melodic 'If I Think', and then into the way 'Touch Me, I'm Sick' actually sounds sick. This is undoubtedly Dirge, or 'Grunge' at its finest.
Mudhoney area band who can instigate the base human emotions through their simple, but effective style of playing.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Why you should buy this album:, 3 Feb 2004
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A. Endsor "ADE" (Coventry, GB) - See all my reviews
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This review is from: March To Fuzz (Audio CD)
I bought this in the knowledge that Mudhoney was part of the whole grunge movement. I got into this kinda stuff through Nirvana, then Soundgarden and Pearl Jam. I have to say this best of is amazing, its quite diverse and not as monotoned as people believegrunge is/was. If you like Nirvana, particularly the Bleach, In Utero or Incesticide- buy this album- and remember Mudhoney were before Nirvana!!!
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4 of 6 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars hooray for Mudhoney..., 3 Sep 2000
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a band who have absolutley no idea how to play guitar properly but never let the fact stop them. Relying more than any other band i know on big fuzzy distortion pedals mudhoney bluff their way though 50+ tracks on this best of compilation and it's amazing. While some of the tracks don't fit nicely into any definition of the word 'song' (especially on the 2nd cd "Hey Sailer" for example) these are often hilarious, and together with notes from two of the band members on every song this is a fun listen ("What's a key?" indeed). Just buy it and see what i mean.
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3 of 6 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars A colossal noise that brings a smile to the face, 6 Jan 2002
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This review is from: March To Fuzz (Audio CD)
If "grunge" is an onomatopoeic word, then few records are grungier than this (not surprisingly, perhaps, since many of these tracks were originally released before Nirvana had a record out). The mood is superficially angry and depressed, but you can tell that the band are having a laugh. This record covers most points on the punk-metal spectrum, from Damned and Black Flag covers to a Blue Cheer tribute ("Holden"). High energy levels and a ragged, primal, rawness rub shoulders with a psychedelic feel conjured by Steve Turner's famed effects pedals. Mudhoney never descend into the plodding, turgid, pseudo-grunge of Alice in Chains and their ilk. If you like muscular, vulgar, joyous rock, then "March to Fuzz" may well be for you.
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2 of 12 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Very good!, 19 Mar 2004
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V. Sandu "Vio" (London) - See all my reviews
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I bought the album because I am a big Nirvana fan!
It didn't disappoint me at all!
It is a "must buy" if you love Nirvana.
Anyway, it obvious they couldn't achieve what Nirvana did!
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