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The Silence Between Us - Bob Mould - District Line (Vinyl, LP)

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  1. DISTRICT LINE combines the fire of his earliest work in Huskur Du, the accessibility of his alternative rock, genre-defining trio Sugar, and the introspection found in his solo releases. He describes it as "stories of my simple life in a complicated town", that being his adopted city of Washington, DC.
  2. Bob Mould (born October 16, , in Malone, New York) is an American musician, principally known for his work as guitarist, vocalist and songwriter for influential rock bands Hüsker Dü in the s and Sugar in the s. Born in Malone, New York, Mould lived in several places, including Pine City, Minnesota and the Minneapolis-St. Paul area, where he attended Macalester College.
  3. The Silence Between Us There were trails of fallen District Line, Mould's seventh solo album, is a swell follow-up to his bracing return-to-rockishness record "Body of Song." not in the sense of all of Bob Mould's albums between and But like Body of Song and Last Dog and Pony Show before it, it is a solid and engaging.
  4. District Line is marginally better than Body of Song, primarily because it excises most of the club flourishes (though Mould still sings through a vocoder on some tracks). Unfortunately, although the production is more tolerable, Mould's songwriting continues to .
  5. Track List Stupid Now Who Needs to Dream Again and Again Old Highs New Lows Return to Dust The Silence Between Us Shelter Me Very Temporary Miniature Parade Walls in Time Protection Each record is protected within its record sleeve by a white vellum anti-dust sleeve. Packaging All items are shipped brand-new and unopened in original packaging. Every record is shipped in original factory.
  6. On District Line, Mould gives us 10 diverse songs that basically revisit stylistically all the phases of his solo career with up-tempo rock (Stupid Now, The Silence Between Us), acoustic songs that could have come from Workbook (Walls In Time, Again and Again) and electronica-treated songs (Old Highs and New Lows, Shelter Me)/5(54).
  7. Bob Mould’s new record, District Line, continues on a sound that has been around for ages, isn’t as famous as its contemporaries, but carries some of the most melodic music ever recorded.
  8. However District Line – his seventh solo outing - marks a return to his trademark melodic sound. Indeed, the pop punk rush of lead single The Silence Between Us or Again And Again wouldn't sound.

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