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Rage And Melody: Bob Mould Après le Deluge

Bob Mould, along with his seminal hardcore band Hüsker Dü, carved a sonic path in the 1980s that would define the alternative rock style of the 1990s. Bands like The Pixies and Nirvana were shaped by the melodic but raging distorted power-pop Mould and his bandmates pioneered. In 2011, the guitar-wielding musical alchemist, at 50, […]

Evergreen ( Paul Williams Barbra Streisand Cover ) 05.07.11

I was a Streisand fan from as far back as I can remember. You either are or you aren’t with Barbra Streisand. I am. My first exposure to her as a child in the 1970s, occurred when the afternoon movie programs on local Detroit television stations—our closest network feed, living 55 miles north across the […]

Competition ( Original Demo ) 12.21.10

You know it’s been said Again and again You don’t cheat a friend Yet look what you’ve done I counted on you Now we’re divided in two Compare the good with the bad The bad you complain Is your loss my gain I see your wheels start to spin Those lies and that grin Fight […]

I’m Not Scared Of You ( Original Demo ) 11.30.10

Part of me knows that I can Just lie here all quiet and still Thinking I’ll silence the man By balancing mind and will Trip and fall in your beer soaken haze You’re too close now, just what are you saying Though it’s seared for the rest of my days I’m not scared of you […]

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