Bob Mould reached back into his catalog for an old favorite last night on Late Night With Jimmy Fallon, where he played a lacerating version of "A Good Idea." Mould looked positively ferocious as he dug into the high-octane song from Copper Blue, his 1992 album with Sugar, and pounding drums from Jon Wurster and rumbling bass from Jason Narducy only seemed to egg him on. Mould last year released Silver Age, an album he told Rolling Stone was a companion piece of sorts to Copper Blue.This article originally appeared on Rolling Stone: Bob Mould Rips Through 'A Good Idea' on 'Fallon'
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