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  1. Bob Mould buy CD music Description Deluxe expanded three CD set containing the former Husker Du/Sugar frontman's 19albums plus a previously unreleased live album. The 32 page booklet contains rare photos, memorabilia, and an exclusive new interview with Bob Mould.
  2. Album Bob Mould. Egoverride Lyrics. It's the sound of my ego spinning out of control Bob Mould Bob Mould. I Hate Alternative Rock 3. Fort Knox, King Solomon 4. Next Time That You Leave 5.
  3. The credits even proclaim "Bob Mould is Bob Mould," and "This one is for me." The fact that the album was written and performed by one man, however, does not mean that this is a low-fi aberration--rather, it's a sonically dense but extremely controlled excursion, and the next logical step in his career.4/5(16).
  4. Bob Mould Fort Knox, King Solomon Lyrics. Fort Knox, King Solomon lyrics performed by Bob Mould: There's a place in the mountains that we could go We could stock up with diamonds and bars of gold If we wanted a fortune, that's where we'd go And if you wanted to go there, well, let me know.
  5. The self titled studio album from Hüsker Dü and Sugar vocalist and guitarist, Bob Mould. Reissued on vinyl for the very first time. Housed in a reverse board sleeve and pressed on heavyweight g clear vinyl. Recorded and mixed after the break up of Sugar, Mould moved away from a band approach and played every instrument on the album.
  6. This was the end of Bob Mould's guitar solo projects (until recently) and was filled with a dark overtone. Bob Mould (aka Hubcap) came out after Sugar split. Its one of Bobs finest albums. Several tracks could have come from the Sugar albums (Deep Karma Canyon, Fort Knox, King Solomon and Next Time That You Leave being prime examples)/5(8).
  7. Bob Mould was an excellent album, although the ever perverse singer refused to undertake any promotional duties. Not surprisingly, it sounded like a cross between Hüsker Dü and Sugar, with sparkling tracks such as the venomous ‘I Hate Alternative Rock’ and the Tom Petty- esque ‘Fort Knox, King Solomon’.
  8. "Fort Knox, King Solomon" is mellower, much more breezy, and also sugar-powered pop rock. On it, Mould strums his trademark bright-sounding acoustic guitar to drive the song along, and it's good to hear lyrics from him that stray from personal problems with lovers, personal demons and low self-esteem/5(22).
  9. Track Track name Artist Time; Track 1: Anymore Time Between: Bob Mould: Track 2: I Hate Alternative Rock: Bob Mould: Track 3: Fort Knox, King Solomon: Bob Mould: Track 4.

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