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January 19, 1987.

On January 19, 1987, “Warner Bros” label released “Warehouse: Songs and Stories”, the sixth and final Hüsker Dü studio album. “Warehouse: Songs and Stories” was recorde from August to November 1986, and was produced by Hüsker Dü. 89 more words

Sometimes The Best Short Story Is A Song (#14)

I decided I wanted to write about a Husker Du song this week. So I pulled up their catalogue and started diving in. A lot of it felt like a trip down memory lane, but there were a few songs that I hadn’t heard in a couple of years—or at least I hadn’t paid close attention to the lyrics. 284 more words

A welcome follow up to my Greg Norton post

I’ve been a bit busy dealing with a job loss, job search, and other stuff lately.  So, The Feast has been a bit quiet.  One thing I’m happy to report is that people actually read my shit.   52 more words

Grant Hart - The Argument.

Whilst Husker Du are one of my all-time favourite bands I must admit I didn’t even know this album existed until a few days ago. Grant Hart is arguably the more skilled songwriter from Husker Du or at least I think his songs just edge past the writing of Bob Mould. 938 more words


The Avenging Dorkdom of Husker

What was is about Husker Du that made such an impression on me?  One thing was simply their relatively normal appearance.  People seem to forget before grunge came along that being in a rock band had a much more serious style component.  535 more words


Discovering Husker Du

Your humble narrator grew up in the 1980’s.  I don’t recommend that to anyone.  We had Ronald Reagan, yuppies, and AIDS. About the only thing I remember positively about the 80’s was the great American underground music scene. 688 more words

Setlist Superglider - 17/12/2014

Estes foram os sons que rolaram no programa de hoje (17/12/2014) na rádio TS:

Nro. – Artista – Título
1 – Meatbodies – Him
2 – The Julie Ruin – Kids In NY… 86 more words