Mudhoney: Tomorrow Hit Today
Andria Lisle, Ray Gun, October 1998
OVER THE PAST TEN YEARS, I've endured a recurring theme in my late night dreams: the Rolling Stones, finally realizing the vapid decline of their recent career and it's resultant clichéd drivel, make a pilgrimage to my hometown of Memphis in an attempt to recapture their youthful roots as the world's premier rock'n'roll band. Unfortunately, upon awakening, I realize that it's 1988 and the Stones are too far gone to appreciate the reality check Memphis has to offer.
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