6. Whatever's Cool With Me EP (1991): This 1991 release was originally intended as a stopgap between the full-lengths Green Mind and Where You Been. Over time the EP has acquired currency as one of the band's best outings. The title track is a whirlwind of loud, crazed guitars and double bass drums that somehow resolves itself into a kind of mission statement of passive disinterest. "Not You Again" is a fun and atypically off-the-cuff rocker, surprising for its loose and comedic feel. Coupled with his faithful cover of David Bowie's "Quicksand," Whatever's Cool With Me is a snapshot of Mascis at his most overtly winsome and irresistible.