com/p/296589191391980510_13367281) photo of the newlyweds sharing a first dance together on the social media site, along with the caption , " Yo La Tengo playing Superchunk, Mission of Burma, and Pixies covers at David and Amber's wedding.
What does MOB stand for?
MOB stands for Mission of Burma (band)
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- Method of Build
- Middle of Book (aka the well; magazine publishing)
- Mighty Owl Band (Garland HS, Texas)
- Mind Own Business
- Ministry of Burlesque (est. 2000)
- Minnesota Organization of Bloggers
- Minority Owned Business
- Mint Out of Box
- Miscellaneous Objectives Bureau (Fiction, James Bond)
- Missile Order of Battle
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He Would Have Laughed (Rhapsody Original) In addition to offering members access to all the music they love from virtually anywhere for less than $10 per month, Rhapsody produces original content, including Rhapsody Originals (including performances by Cat Power, The National, Mission of Burma, Jay Reatard and others) and insightful editorial from renowned music writers.
As Mission of Burma appeared, the crowd close to the stage notably aged, the younger hipsters fleeing for Khan’s merch table or the beer line.
The most credible rock reunion since The Pixies reformed last year, Mission Of Burma reinforced everything a live gig should be: life- affirming, unpredictable, and yes, totally unforgettable.
Michael Azerrad Little, Brown If you're the least bit into Black Flag, The Minutemen, Mission of Burma, Minor Threat, Husker Du, The Replacements, Sonic Youth, Butthole Surfers, Big Black, Dinosaur Jr, Fugazi, Mudhoney, or Beat Happening, you will read this.
Byline: Reviews by Andrew Cowen REISSUES OF THE WEEK Mission of Burma - Vs, Signals Calls and Marches, The Horrible Truth About Burma (Ryko) These three reissues see three vitally important albums returned to the shelves and may, finally see Boston's Mission of Burma written into the history books as one of the founding fathers of alternative American rock.
Harvey, Jay Reatard, Love And Rockets, Mission of Burma, Mogwai, Mojave 3, Peter Murphy, The National, Jack Penate, The Pixies, Sigur Ros, Stereolab, TV on the Radio, and Vampire Weekend, among others.
After the Takkas, it was home to be bed and some much-needed rest… Tonight, it’s Jay Reatard, King Khan, and the legendary Mission of Burma at the Music Hall of Williamsburg.