Bob Mould (album)

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Bob Mould
Studio album by Bob Mould
Released April 30, 1996
Recorded Sep 1995-Oct 1995
Genre Alternative
Label Rykodisc Records
Producer Bob Mould
Bob Mould chronology
Poison Years
Bob Mould
The Last Dog and Pony Show
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Allmusic 4.5/5 stars [1]

Bob Mould (sometimes referred to as Hubcap) is the third solo album by former Hüsker Dü and Sugar guitarist and singer Bob Mould. It was recorded and mixed between September & November 1995 and released in April 1996. Mould played all of the instruments on the album himself, and the sleeve notes declare, "This one is for me." In the place of traditional band credits, the sleeve states, "Bob Mould is Bob Mould."

The song "Dog on Fire," which was chosen to be the theme song of The Daily Show, was originally written for this album. [1]

Referring to the provocatively titled 'I Hate Alternative Rock', Mould remarked, "Don't go blaming me for Bush. It's not my fault."[2]

Track listing[edit]

All songs written by Bob Mould

  1. "Anymore Time Between" – 5:40
  2. "I Hate Alternative Rock" – 2:55
  3. "Fort Knox, King Solomon" – 3:34
  4. "Next Time That You Leave" – 3:57
  5. "Egøverride" – 3:54
  6. "Thumbtack" – 4:59
  7. "Hair Stew" – 4:03
  8. "Deep Karma Canyon" – 3:01
  9. "Art Crisis" – 3:27
  10. "Roll Over and Die" – 5:11

B-Sides (Edsel re-release 2012)[3][4]
  1. "Wanted Was" – 4:01
  2. "Eternally Fried" – 3:55
  3. "Doubleface" – 5:21
  4. "Fort Knox, King Solomon (live)" – 2:55
  5. "I Hate Alternative Rock (live)" – 2:21

Track 11-13 are the B-Sides of the Egøverride single (Rykodisc RCD5-1050), which was released in October 1994. Track 14 and 15 are the B-Sides of the "Fort Knox, King Solomon" promo single (Rykodisc VRCD 3342), which was released in June 1996. The two live tracks were recorded at First Avenue, Minneapolis, Minnesota on February 25th, 1996.


Bob Mould - vocals, guitar, bass, keyboards, loops