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Husker Du - Land Speed Record

ARTIST: Husker Du
TITLE: Land Speed Record
SINGLES: Well, MTC as a studio version was on a B-side… 235 more words

Grade: D

January Jams

“Could You Be the One” by Hüsker Dü: I first tried to get into Hüsker Dü about five years ago, but I just didn’t get them.  222 more words


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

H is for The Hold Steady, Hüsker Dü and The Happy Mondays. H is not for Herb Alpert

Coming up with three quality H bands was kind of challenging. The first two picks were all sorts of obvious, but it’s a letter with a lot of bands that are solid and get a spin every once in a while–The Hives, Heartless Bastards, The Horrors and Hot Chip–and bands with one excellent album–Harlem and Hospitality–but not a ton of knock outs. 453 more words

Alphabetically Awesome; Sequentially Sucky

13. Bob Mould : Voices In My Head

Patch The Sky

Hüsker Dü siempre serán uno de los mejores y Bob Mould uno de mis favoritos. Las canciones basadas en guitarras, bateria y voz sincera nunca pasara de moda.


Bob Mould heading to Brooklyn Bowl

Bob Mould returns to London for a one-off show next year.

The founder of the seminal bands Husker Du and Sugar plays Brooklyn Bowl with his solo band — Jason Narducy and Jon Wurster — on 11 February 2016. 219 more words