Second record by Mudhoney and in my opinion their best.

Released just a couple months before Nevermind and thus often overlooked, it brings a slightly experimental take to the genre, akin to Melvins and Dinosaur Jr. rather than to their “grunge” contemporaries.

The record has a fantastic pace and flow, from the intro part, a slightly heavy and dense but active and dynamic, to the first actual song of the album, which immediately will transport you to the 90’s, walkman in hand and an god awful haircut.

This record slays, at least go check it out on youtube.


Mudhoney – Every Good Boy Deserves Fudge. LP, Picture Disc, signed and numbered, Ltd. to 275. Subpop -mudhoney105, 1991, US.