Sound Opinions

#782 Bob Mould & The Story of Hawkwind

Episode Summary

Since his days fronting Hüsker Dü, Bob Mould has been one of hosts Jim DeRogatis and Greg Kot's favorite politically-minded artists. His latest album may be his most directly political and he returns to the show to discuss it. Then we hear the story of the English space rock band Hawkwind from author Joe Banks.

Episode Notes

Since his days fronting Hüsker Dü, Bob Mould has been one of hosts Jim DeRogatis and Greg Kot's favorite politically-minded artists. His latest album may be his most directly political and he returns to the show to discuss it. Then we hear the story of the English space rock band Hawkwind from author Joe Banks.

 

Bob Mould, "American Crisis," Blue Hearts, Merge, 2020

Bob Mould, "Camp Sunshine," Sunshine Rock, Merge, 2019

Bob Mould, "Heart On My Sleeve," Blue Hearts, Merge, 2020

Tom Robinson Band, "Glad to be Gay," Rising Free, EMI, 1978

Stiff Little Fingers, "Suspect Device," Suspect Device (Single), Rigid Digits, 1978

D.O.A., "The Enemy," Something Better Change, Alternative Tentacles, 1980

Bob Mould, "Next Generation," Blue Hearts, Merge, 2020

Bob Mould, "Leather Dreams," Blue Hearts, Merge, 2020

Hawkwind, "Silver Machine," Silver Machine (Single), United Artists, 1972

Hawkwind, "Master of the Universe," In Search of Space, United Artists, 1971

Hawkwind, "Seven By Seven," In Search of Space, United Artists, 1971

Hawkwind, "Paranoia, Pt. 1," Hawkwind, Liberty, 1970

Hawkwind, "Hurry On Sundown," Queens of the Stone Age, Loosegroove, 1998

Hawkwind, "Orgone Accumulator," Space Ritual, United Artists, 1973

Hawkwind, "The Awakening," Space Ritual, United Artists, 1973

Sleep, "Jerusalem," Jerusalem, The Music Cartel, 1999

Queens of the Stone Age, "Spiders and Vinegaroons," Queens of the Stone Age, Loosegroove, 1998

beabadoobee, "Worth It," Fake It Flowers, Dirty Hit, 2020