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Time And Again: The Private Stock Collection

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When Mud moved to Private Stock Records, some speculated that the band's knack for creating hard-boogying party rock would fizzle out. But the members of the London glitter-rock quartet had become disciplined musicians, thanks in part to Mud's former songwriting and production team Chin & Chapman. And while 33 chronologically sequenced album cuts and singles may be more Mud than most folks need, the recordings have aged remarkably well; it makes for a listening experience that you can pick up or put down like a bedside book. “L’L’Lucy” wastes no time getting things going, with hard-rocking electric guitars that rev like a hotrod engine over handclap rhythms and boot heel–stomping percussion. Powering above all this is Mud’s knack for layering airtight vocal harmonies over grappling melodies. “Show Me You’re a Woman” is a bubblegum ballad on par with The Osmonds, while “RU Man Enough” toughens up Mud’s Electric Warrior–inspired adoration for all things T. Rex. The funky “Shake It Down” is a window into the band’s attempts at disco adaptation. “1-2 Love” is highly evolved, ELO-flavored power pop.

Biography

Formed: 1966

Genre: Pop

Years Active: '60s, '70s

Mention the name Mud to most Americans — even those neck-deep in the '70s revival — and the likely result will be a blank stare. In England, however, between 1974 and 1976, Mud was one of the hottest rock & roll acts there was, charting a series of monster hit singles and recording a pair of delightful oldies-oriented albums. They were never a profoundly philosophical band, and never pretended...
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