Someone once wrote of Mudhoney that they were like a cross between the Stooges and the Monkees - and this description holds a lot of water. They were also one of the best live bands we've ever seen.
This book, written by one-time NME & Sounds scribe Keith Cameron, was originally published in 2014, but has now been re-issued in a revised edition that includes new interviews with the group. Now... the blurb.
'Formed in early 1988 Mudhoney originally comprised Mark Arm, Matt Lukin, Dan Peters and Steve Turner and their debut single,Touch Me l'm Sick', was the catalytic force behind Nirvana and Pearl Jam who took grunge global. Mudhoney's would have been another story of half-forgotten pioneers paving the way for others who grabbed the prize... except they not only survived all the classic rock band excesses, but they also kept on producing great music. Bolstered by new member Guy Maddison, they celebrated their quarter-century with a superb 2013 album, Vanishing Point, and showed no signs of slowing down with the release of Digital Garbage in 2018 and Morning In America in 2019. '
Size: 156 x 234mm (paperback)