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10. Mudhoney - 'Superfuzz Bigmuff'

When Seattle rock band Green River split in 1987, bassist Jeff Ament and guitarist Stone Gossard went on to form Mother Love Bone, which evolved into Pearl Jam after the death of singer Andrew Wood. Green River frontman Mark Arm and guitarist Steve Turner went off in a different direction, forming Mudhoney. While they never had anything close to the success of Pearl Jam, Mudhoney found a devoted audience from the start that has stayed with them to this day. Their debut EP, Superfuzz Bigmuff, is an absolute grunge classic, and evidence to many that the genre peaked in the Eighties – years before the media became obsessed with it.

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