Your Favorite Thing (3:50)

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  • tylerrrrr

    breezy day, top down, long long road.

    3 Jul 7:14am Reply

    ....there's something about Bob that floors me....solo, Sugar or HD. A brilliant brilliant songwriter and musician.

    30 Aug 2013 Reply
  • liquorsetmefree

    sounds like blown a wish by mbv

    24 Jan 2013 Reply
  • kinotherapy

    this song and FUEL in general are hugely underrated

    27 Jan 2011 Reply
  • astralbaby

    it's hard to choose between husker du and sugar cuz they both are great... if it was live then definately husker du...... thanks bob you rock

    11 Dec 2010 Reply
  • ToTheWelshPoint

    Good live band too. Saw them in concert and noted they had Quadrophenia playing before they came on. They also started with Armenia in the Sky, Husker Du style :)

    5 Dec 2010 Reply
  • Song_Lyric_Boy

    They were the days.

    28 Oct 2010 Reply
  • zaynzaynzayn

    short n sweet. big bear hug bob.

    24 Jul 2010 Reply
  • du_husker

    On the Kevin Shields/MBV thing, it is true that Bob Mould was a big fan. At the time he said his perfect concert would be MBV and Sugar playing simultaneously at opposite ends of a field. Also, the song Gift was actually about Kevin Shields giving Bob the distortion pedal he used on Loveless - that same pedal is used all over the FUEL album. That being said, I think Bob has always been upfront about his influences - he openly acknowledged that A Good Idea was a Debaser rip off so I guess he'd probably acknowledge the influence here because he was talking about MBV so much at the time...

    22 Jul 2010 Reply
  • embarrassingdad

    I'm in my 40s and love every kind of music from drum n bass to country and Copper Blue is still my all time favourite album. Sugar were magnificent and left an indelible imprint on my soul. Thank you Bob.

    15 Apr 2010 Reply
  • Rapha_rsd92

    One of my favorites.

    14 Feb 2010 Reply
  • stokom8

    all time favourites (shortest way to happiness) : Husker Du, Sugar, Bob Mould.......

    20 Jan 2010 Reply
  • docktertim

    Sugar, so short a stay. Bob rocks to this day!!

    30 Dec 2009 Reply
  • jrmhbky

    superbnerb - the sugar lyric: "tell me i'm your favorite thing." the MBV lyric - "show me all your favorite things." both have the exact same melody and the exact same meter. it's pretty much a straight copy, but if you think that qualifies as remote, then i suppose you're right. not to mention the fact that, in 1992, bob mould was raving about MBV and putting loveless on the same level as pet sounds. two years later, this track appears. hmmmm. well, it wouldn't be the first time. he was really into richard thompson during his first round as a solo artist - and it shows. it's okay to have influences. denial of them, however, is just silly.

    19 Sep 2009 Reply
  • Cogitor

    thank you bob for making me not ashamed of being gay. i love all of your work.

    29 May 2009 Reply
  • mixiesnottaken

    this is cracking stuff altogether. check out irish band kerbdog. in the running for top soundalikes teehee

    24 Mar 2009 Reply
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    1 Dec 2008 Reply
  • geraldine1905

    and word, again. sounds like bob mould.

    26 Sep 2008 Reply
  • geraldine1905

    ahem, i mean superbnerb. my apologies.

    26 Sep 2008 Reply
  • geraldine1905

    word to sperbnerb.

    26 Sep 2008 Reply
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