August 10th, 2011
[Mudhoney were] playing in the L.A. area with Sonic Youth, and the Redd Kross guys were there. We all came out onstage and played ‘I Wanna Be Your Dog’ with Sonic Youth, and I had my pants around my ankles while playing Kim Gordon’s bass. The next night, Kim’s doing sound check with that bass, and I pointed to it and said, 'Hey, Kim, my penis was touching the back of that bass last night!' And she’s all, ‘Really?’ She took it off, and I don’t think she ever played it again. I’m like, Damn, am I that repulsive?
former Mudhoney bassist Matt Lukin, from the upcoming book Everybody Loves Our Town: An Oral History of Grunge
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