Mudhoney / New World Charm - SP1025
The long-running and unrivaled Seattle-based underground rock band Mudhoney released their ninth studio album on April 2nd, 2013. It’s called Vanishing Point and it’s excellent. Exactly none of the songs on this single are from that album. The a-side here, “New World Charm,” was recorded during the same sessions that yielded Vanishing Point, and, though of equally high caliber, impressed itself upon all concerned parties as less of a team player and more of a rugged individualist. The two b-sides are two different versions of the theme song Mudhoney wrote and recorded for the short-lived Discovery Channel TV series Brew Masters. Arguably not for the casual Mudhoney fan, this single will appeal to the Mudhoney completist we should all aspire to become.
Released: May 7, 2013
Mudhoney / Mudhoney/Gas Huffer split 7" - 4004492
A: Mudhoney – “You Stupid Asshole”
B: Gas Huffer – “Knife Manual”
Released: October 12, 2011
Mudhoney / Let It Slide - SP095
made in germany – some on clear chartreuse vinyl
1. Let It Slide
2. Ounce Of Deception
3. Paperback Life
4. Checkout Time (Alt. Version)
Released: June 1, 1991
Mudhoney / Touch Me Im Sick/ Sweet Young Thing - SP018
The big stinkin grunge hit!
Touch Me I’m sick/Sweet Young Thing Aint Sweet No More
800 copies on clear coffee-brown vinyl, 200 copies on black vinyl and a few others on assorted vinyl colors; no picture sleeve, etched record.
There is only one inscription, on side A, saying: “What does the word ‘crack’ mean to you?”; the record comes in a plain white paper bag.
The A-side sticker contains the credits, the B-side one features the famous toilet picture that later became the front picture for all the sleeved editions.
Released: August 1, 1988