Guitarist BOB MOULD, one of the most influential musicians in alternative rock

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2: Guitarist BOB MOULD, one of the most influential musicians in alternative rock. With his first band "Husker Du," he created a loud, fast and furious guitar sound. It set the stage for what later became known as "grunge rock." Mould is also a songwriter and singer. His career has progressed through several distinct stages. He co-founded Husker Du when he was 17. His guitar playing, singing and song writing are now showcased with his band "Sugar." The band has a new CD scheduled for release next month by Rykodisc. This interview was recorded last year after the release of a Sugar CD ironically titled "File Under Easy Listening." Rykodisc will release a the next Sugar album, "Besides," July 25, 1995. (ORIGINALLY AIRED 9

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