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Thursday, June 04, 2020

Bob Mould - "American Crisis" [Rock & Alternative]

American Crisis

"American Crisis" music video by Bob Mould
Added: 04-06-2020
Genre : Rock & Alternative
Description : Bob Mould - American Crisis (Official Video)

From the album Blue Hearts, out September 25th on Merge Records. https://ift.tt/3dvNwL2

Includes footage used under Creative Commons license (CC BY 2.0) by Adnan Islam (https://ift.tt/2Mvc8ro) and Mike Lewinski (https://ift.tt/2Y3u8Pf)


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Bob Mould began his career as one of the angry upstarts of the hardcore punk scene, and over several decades he's matured into one of the elder statesmen of alternative rock without giving up his integrity, his intelligence, or the fierce passion of his best music. In the early '80s, Mould emerged as one of the founding members of Hüsker Dü, a Minneapolis-based punk band that blended furiously fast tempos with pop melodic structures on influential, groundbreaking albums like 1984's Zen Arcade and 1985's New Day Rising. After the breakup of Hüsker Dü, Mould launched a solo career with 1989's introspective, largely acoustic Workbook, but soon returned to a hard, angry sound on 1990's Black Sheets of Rain. In 1992, Mould formed another band, Sugar, who picked up where the pop-oriented sound of Hüsker Dü left off on albums like 1992's Copper Blue and 1994's File Under: Easy Listening. After Sugar split up in 1995, Mould returned to solo work, dividing his time between guitar-oriented efforts like 1998's The Last Dog and Pony Show and projects like 2002's Modulate that reflected his growing interest in electronic music. Mould walked a middle ground between the two styles on 2008's District Line, but with 2012's Silver Age, he re-committed himself to fluid but aggressive rock, and it was the first in a series of albums that reaffirmed his status as one of indie rock's strongest talents.

Tags : 2020, 20s, Bob Mould

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