Bob Mould

Well, I’m nearly three months behind on the Bob Mould album District Line, but the cover art made me listen to his MySpace, and now I’m hooked.

The cover of the album gives me the warm fuzzies because it’s shorthand for the D.C. metro‘s Green and Yellow lines, which will take you to The Black Cat or The 9:30 Club for concerts or The Wonderland Ballroom for drinks in Columbia Heights. A metro that’s very difficult to catch after a mid-week late night …

Of course this is all secondary to Bob Mould’s incredible career, fronting Hüsker Dü, releasing the solo album Workbook in 1989, and then fronting Sugar.

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