Tuesday, February 12, 2013

Husker Du: Discography of the Moment

Husker Du is a rock/punk band that began in 1979 and hails from Saint Paul, Minnesota.

Here are some web links where you can read about them:

Husker Du Wiki article
Husker Du fan site
Husker Du on AllMusic
Husker Du on Facebook

DISCOGRAPHY


Land Speed Record
Released in January 1982 by New Alliance. Reissued in 1987 by SST Records.
Produced by Husker Du.
Band lineup:
Bob Mould - guitar, vocals; Greg Norton - bass, vocals; Grant Hart - drums, vocals.
Tracks: 17
All Tensed Up. Don't Try to Call. I'm Not Interested. Guns at My School. Push the Button. Gilligan's Island. MTC. Don't Have a Life. Bricklayer. Tired of Doing Things. You're Naive. Strange Week. Do the Bee. Big Sky. Ultracore. Let's Go Die. Data Control.



Everything Falls Apart
Released in January 1983 by Reflex Records.
Produced by Husker Du and Spot.
No band lineup changes.
Tracks: 19
From the Gut. Blah Blah Blah. Punch Drunk. Bricklayer. Afraid of Being Wrong. Sunshine Superman. Signals from Above. Everything Falls Apart. Wheels. Target. Obnoxious. Gravity. In a Free Land. What Do I Want. MIC. Statues. Let's Go Die. Amusement. Do You Remember?



Metal Circus
Released in October 1982 by SST.
Produced by Husker Du and Spot.
No band lineup changes.
Tracks: 7
Real World. Deadly Skies. It's Not Funny Anymore. First of the Last Calls. Lifeline. Diane. Out on a Limb.






Zen Arcade
Released in July 1984 by SST.
Produced by Husker Du and Spot.
No band lineup changes.
Tracks: 23
Something I Learned Today. Broken Home Broken Heart. Never Talking to You Again. Chartered Trips. Dreams Reoccurring. Indecision Time. Hare Krisna. Beyond the Threshold. Pride. I'll Never Forget You. The Biggest Lie. What's Going On. Masochism World. Standing by the Sea. Somewhere. One Step at a Time. Pink Turns to Blue. Newest Industry. Monday Will Never Be the Same. Whatever. The Tooth Fairy and the Princess. Turn on the News. Reoccurring Dreams.
Notes:
This album was ranked #33 on Rolling Stone's 100 Greatest Albums of the 1980s.



New Day Rising
Released in January 1985 by SST.
Produced by Husker Du and Spot.
No band lineup changes.
Tracks: 15
New Day Rising. The Girl Who Lives on Heaven Hill. I Apologize. Folk Lore. If I Told You. Celebrated Summer. Perfect Example. Terms of Psychic Warfare. 59 Times the Pain. Powerline. Books about UFOs. I Don't Know What You're Talking About. How to Skin a Cat. Whatcha Drinkin. Plans I Make.
Notes:
This album was ranked #13 on Spin's 100 Greatest Albums between 1985-2005.
It was also ranked #488 on Rolling Stone's 500 Greatest Albums of All Time.



Flip Your Wig
Released in September 1985 by SST.
Produced by Bob Mould and Grant Hart.
No band lineup changes.
Tracks: 14
Flip Your Wig. Every Everything. Makes No Sense At All. Hate Paper Doll. Green Eyes. Divide and Conquer. Games. Find Me. The Baby Song. Flexible Flyer. Private Plane. Keep Hanging On. The Wit and the Wisdom. Don't Know Yet.




Candy Apple Grey
Released in March 1986 by Warner Brothers Records.
Produced by Bob Mould and Grant Hart.
No band lineup changes.
Tracks: 10
Crystal. Don't Want to Know If You Are Lonely. I Don't Know for Sure. Sorry Somehow. Too Far Down. Hardly Getting Over It. Dead Set on Destruction. Eiffel Tower High. No Promise Have I Made. All This I've Done For You.



Don't Know If You Are Lonely
Released in March 1986 by Warner Brothers.
Produced by Bob Mould and Grant Hart.
No band lineup changes.
Tracks: 3
Don't Want to Know If You Are Lonely. Helter Skelter. All Work and No Play.





Sorry Somehow
Released in November 1986 by Warner Brothers.
Produced by Bob Mould and Grant Hart.
No band lineup changes.
Tracks: 5
Sorry Somehow. All This I've Done For You. Flexible Flyer. Celebrated Summer. Fattie.





Warehouse: Songs and Stories
Released in January 1987 by Warner Brothers.
Produced by Husker Du.
No band lineup changes.
Tracks: 20
These Important Years. Charity Chastity Prudence and Hope. Standing in the Rain. Back from Somewhere. Ice Cold Ice. You're a Solider. Could You Be the One. Too Much Spice. Friend You've Got to Fall. Visionary. She Floated Away. Bed of Nails. Tell You Why Tomorrow. It's Not Peculiar. Actual Condition. No Reservations. Turn It Around. She's a Woman. Up in the Air. You Can Live at Home.



Ice Cold Ice
Released in June 1987 by Warner Brothers.
Produced by Bob Mould and Grant Hart.
No band lineup changes.
Tracks: 3
Ice Cold Ice. Gotta Lotta. Medley.







The Living End
Live album released in April 1994 by Warner Brothers.
Produced by Husker Du and Lou Giordano.
Tracks: 24

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