Mudhoney Singer Arm Worries About Band's Influence

MUDHONEY frontman MARK ARM is horrified by the idea his music has changed people's lives - because the band's 'slacker' image may have encouraged fans to ditch ambitious career plans. The rocker worries that Mudhoney albums have influenced followers' lifestyles in a negative way. He says, "(It's) a horrifying thought. I would hope it's for the better, but you never know - 'After listening to you guys, I thought I'd quit my job and smoke a lot of pot and drink a lot.' "Great. I'm sorry."


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