Mudhoney Live At All Tomorrow's Parties New York
"If Mudhoney is still around in twenty years, I just hope it hasn't become a nostalgia act," frontman Mark Arm told Rolling Stone in 1998. Friday the grunge pioneers embraced elder statesmen status, running through their groundbreaking 1988 debut EP Superfuzz Bigmuff. "I'm pretty stoked to be on the oldies circuit," Arm told RS backstage. The band members were also thrilled to join their heroes on the lineup. "The Scientists and the Stooges ? there aren't two band I can think of that are any more important to the Mudhoney universe," Arm said.
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