Mould, Bob

Vinyl Records and Rare LPs:

Mould, Bob - Workbook Workbook
Pop Used - LP 91240 Virgin
1989 Vinyl. Saw Notch.... more details
 
Mould, Bob - Body Of Song Body Of Song
Pop New - LP YEP 2091 Yep Roc
Sealed 2005 Double 180gm HQ, Gatefold Cover.... more details
 
Mould, Bob - District Line District Line
Pop New - LP 86910 Anti
Sealed 2008 180gm Vinyl. Includes Free MP3 Download Of Entire Album. "'Growing Old, It's Hard To Be/ An Angry Young Man," This Ex-Hüsker Dü Guitarist Sings Here, During A Quiet Bridge In The Quite Enraged "Return To Dust." It's Even Harder For Older Punks To Take The Routines And Disappointments Of Middle Age Lying Down. Another Song, "Again And Again," Is Mostly Acoustic Guitars And Keyboard Rain, But Mould Is As Irate In This Blow-By -Blow Account Of An Ugly Breakup, Down To The Legal Details ("I Left The Title To The House Inside The Piano Bench/And My Lawyer's Got The Will"), As He Is Stacking The Electric Guitars And Sour-Choir Harmonies In "Stupid Now" And "Who Needs To Dream?" Mould's Many Albums Over The Past Two Decades, Solo And With The Power Trio Sugar, Have Often Been Exercises In Extremes: The Opaque Distortion Coating 1990's Black Sheets Of Rain, The Pneumatic Electronics On 2002's Modulate. But District Line Is A ¬Focused, Gripping Zigzag Between Fury And Woe, Scorched Rock And Folk-Pop Distress, Much Like The Hüskers' Best Records — Now With A Longer View." - David Fricke, Rolling Stone... more details
 
Mould, Bob - Wishing Well Wishing Well
Pop Used - 12 PR 2929 Virgin
Gorgeous 1989 Promo-Only Single. Saw-Cut. Features The Studio Version Of "Wishing Well" Alongside Four Lives Cuts Taken From A 1989 Cabaret Metro Show In Chicago. Recorded During Mould's Excellent "Workbook" Tour, Includes A Killer Cover Of Richard Thompson's "Shoot Out The Lights."... more details
 
Mould, Bob - Black Sheets Of Rain Black Sheets Of Rain
Pop Used - LP 91395 Virgin
Beautiful 1990 Original Still In Shrink Wrap With Custom Song Hype Sticker.... more details
 
Mould, Bob - Life And Times Life And Times
Pop New - LP 87014 Anti
Sealed 2009 Original. “Based On Its Title, It's Tempting To Think Of Life And Times As An Autobiography, Especially When Armed With The Knowledge That Bob Mould Recorded This Album While Writing His Actual Autobiography (Scheduled To Hit Stores In 2010). It's Tempting, But Not Quite Accurate, As This Is Less An Orderly Journey Through The Past Than Memories Refracted Through The Prism Of The Present. Life And Times Bears The Unmistakable Stamp Of Being Latter-Day Mould In How He Consolidates His Strengths, Not Embracing His Electronica But Not Running Away From It Either, In How His Writing Has A Casual, Disarming Frankness, Particularly When Recounting Last Night's Sex On "Bad Blood Better." Still, There's No Denying The Reflective Nature Of Life And Times, How The Past Feeds The Present In Its Subject And Sounds, A Description Which Suggests That This Is A Fragile, Folky Album, Which Isn't So -- This Is Mould's Purest Pop Since Sugar, Its Ballads Surging With Grace And Its Muscular Songs Built On Skyscraper Hooks. As Immediate As Life And Times Isn't Nearly As Diamond-Hard As Copper Blue, Which Is A Great Part Of Its Appeal: It Flows Naturally, The Music Never Pushes, It Settles, Comfortable In Its Own Skin.” – S.T. Erlewine, AMG... more details
 

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