Black Sheets of Rain

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Black Sheets of Rain
Studio album by Bob Mould
Released May 1990
Recorded Power Station, NYC, March-May 1990
Genre Alternative
Length 56:05
Label Virgin
Producer Bob Mould
Bob Mould chronology
Workbook
(1989)
Black Sheets of Rain
(1990)
Poison Years
(1994)
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Allmusic 3/5 stars[1]

Black Sheets of Rain is the title of Bob Mould's second solo album after leaving Hüsker Dü. It featured the Modern Rock Top 10 hit "It's Too Late." The album returned to electric guitars, and features heavier arrangements than his largely acoustic solo debut, Workbook. Bassist Tony Maimone and drummer Anton Fier, both veterans of Pere Ubu, served as Mould's rhythm section on both albums.

Mould would take a detour from solo work for a few years as the leader of Sugar before coming out with his self-titled 1996 album.

Track listing[edit]

All tracks composed by Bob Mould

  1. "Black Sheets of Rain"
  2. "Stand Guard"
  3. "It's Too Late"
  4. "One Good Reason"
  5. "Stop Your Crying"
  6. "Hanging Tree"
  7. "The Last Night"
  8. "Hear Me Calling"
  9. "Out of Your Life"
  10. "Disappointed"
  11. "Sacrifice/Let There Be Peace"

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