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Genres: Alternative Rock, Pop, Rock
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All Artists: Mule
Title: Mule
Members Wishing: 2
Total Copies: 0
Label: Quarter Stick
Original Release Date: 3/2/1993
Re-Release Date: 9/6/1994
Genres: Alternative Rock, Pop, Rock
Styles: Indie & Lo-Fi, Blues Rock, Progressive, Progressive Rock
Number of Discs: 1
SwapaCD Credits: 1
UPC: 036172001521

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J. Lieberman | Los Angeles, CA United States | 08/22/2001
(5 out of 5 stars)

"It is hard, in words, to explain the first thirty seconds of Mississippi Breaks, the albums first track. I could punch you in the face, and that might get the point across. This is American music at its very best. P.W. Long, who goes by the evil moniker P-Bone on this outing, is a treasure. A crooner from the deep south (Tennessee) who is not only able to channel his angst and his southern disposition, but also his soulfullness. One listen to Now I Truly Understand, the hidden gem on this record, will show exactly how multi-dimesional this record, him and all of Mule is.Couple the above with Jim Kimball (Sorely Lacking from Mule's second full length, If I Don't Six) on drums and Kevin Munro on bass - the dynamic, frightening rhythm section of Detroit's legendary Laughing Hyenas - and you get dirty sonic fury at its very best. Understnad that P-Bone does not use distortion on his guitar. Mule is just so damn angry it sounds that way! This is nearly a blues album. Bluegrass mixed with Motown. The old South meets the mean North. The real end to the Civil War. You got to check it out. Highlights are the above mentioned tracks, Lucky and I'm Hell. The only shortcoming in my opinion is Sugarcane Zuzu, which sounds like Tad Doyle sang it. That and the fact that there aren't half a dozen more tunes on this disk. I miss Mule..."
The Best Rock Band in Ages!!
J. Lieberman | 12/21/1998
(5 out of 5 stars)

"Tired of the classics, but dissillusioned with the lack of butt kicking rock out there. Cant take the shimmy shiny corporate slick bands like Korn and Greenday. Well, step up into this backwoods hillbilly on crack and downer sound. Not as neat as those sissie bands, and just about the only thing good to have come out in ages. If you hate this band then you are a glossy boy with honey in your little ears."
Rock as the lord intended it!
Adam Naworal | Florida USA | 07/12/2000
(5 out of 5 stars)

"If there's a god, he/she must be proud of Mule! this now hard-to-find album is an incredible blend of punk energy, metal intensity, and redneck humor! from the blistering "Mississippi Breaks" to the rolling "What Every White Nigger Knows" (which seems to be a social statement rather than a racial one) to the quirky "Sugarcane Zuzu", this album is pure intensity. Mule were a rarity: a rock band with a focused vision and no peers. they did what they felt like doing, and they are sadly missed. p.s. if you think 8 songs is too short, lemme tell ya: any longer and this thing would cause physical damage!"