Members of London, Ontario's Red Arms and Wasted Potential pay tribute to the fantastic and long-time defunct 1980's cult status trailblazers, Hüsker Dü. Hüsker Dü not only defied genres, from punk to hardcore to power pop, and from revered indie label to a major label, but they also paved a path and DIY ethos for touring bands all across North America of all stripes for the last 35 years. released May 1, 2015.
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1529 downloads at 22 mb/s. Written By – Hüsker Dü. 2:42. 2. The Girl Who Lives On Heaven Hill. Written By – Grant Hart.
Hüsker Dü Database Songs written by Hüsker Dü members and covered by others. This is a cross-reference list of Hüsker Dü (. Hart, Mould, Norton) songs covered by other artists. New Day Rising Crummy Stuff Kerbdog The Listeners Motorpsycho Red Arms/Wasted Potential Robert Palmer Shock Treatment VHS Or Beta. Newest Industry Balloon Guy Dylan Barry Cameron Metcalf. Next Time That You Leave Keith Lee.
Red Arms Wasted Potential - Real World (Hüsker Dü). Walls In Time (Bob Mould). Top Love songs of Bob Mould - Best of Bob Mould 2017 - Bob Mould greatest's hits 2017. All Tracks - Bob Mould. If I Can't Change Your Mind. Red Arms Wasted Potential - Celebrated Summer (Hüsker Dü). Red Arms Wasted Potential - The Girl Who Lives On Heaven Hill (Hüsker Dü).
Warehouse: Songs and Stories (1987) is the sixth and final studio album by alternative rock band Hüsker Dü, originally released by Warner Bros.
By then, neither of Hüsker Dü’s songwriters seemed in a position to savour the reflected glory. Mould followed Hüsker Dü with two powerful solo albums, the acoustic reveries of 1988’s Workbook, and 1990’s pulverisingly dark Black Sheets of Rain. The latter album sold barely 7,000 copies on release, and he was dumped by his new label, Virgin. Hart, meanwhile, cut a solo album, Intolerance, containing two of his very best songs – The Main, a heartbreaking shanty chronicling his struggles with heroin, and 2541, a break-up song that was widely read as a metaphor for Hüsker Dü’s demise – before forming a new group, Nova Mob. But Nova Mob’s 1991 debut album, an ambitious time-travel concept album involving former Nazi scientists and the eruption of Mount Vesuvius titled The Last Days of Pompeii, was barely released before the collapse of the Rough Trade label stole it from the shelves.
|New Day Rising||2:42|
|The Girl Who Lives On Heaven Hill||3:04|
|Something I Learned Today||2:15|
|Makes No Sense At All||2:45|
|Ice Cold Ice||4:07|
|Could You Be The One?||2:36|
|Don't Want To Know If You Are Lonely||3:34|
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