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Hüsker Dü - Live at Euphoria Club, Portland, OR FLAC album

Performer: Hüsker Dü
Genre: Rock
Title: Live at Euphoria Club, Portland, OR
Released: 1981
Style: Hardcore
FLAC version ZIP size: 1420 mb
MP3 version ZIP size: 1871 mb
WMA version ZIP size: 1906 mb
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The Living End is a Hüsker Dü live album recorded at various venues in October 1987 but not released until 1994. It spans the band's entire recorded output, from "Data Control" off Land Speed Record, the band's debut, to a number of songs from the band's last studio album, Warehouse: Songs and Stories. There are also some unreleased tracks and a cover of the Ramones' "Sheena Is a Punk Rocker.

This day in Hüsker Dü history 05 Sep 2014: Bob Mould Band @ Theatre of The Living Arts, Philadelphia. Entire concert was streamed live on Yahoo!/Live Nation. Flip Your Wig Hate Paper Doll Changes Star Machine The Descent Little Glass Pill I Don't Know You Anymore Sinners And Their Repentances Kid With Crooked Face Nemeses are Laughing The War Hardly Getting Over It Helpless Keep Believing Come Around Hoover Dam Tomorrow Morning If I Can't Change Your Mind Hey Mr. Grey Chartered Trips Fix It In A Free. Land Something I Learned Today Makes No Sense At All Love Is All Around. This day in Hüsker Dü history 01 Jul 1982: Hüsker Dü @ The Hot Klub, Dallas TX. No known recording or setlist. Yesterday at 09:03 ·. Grant Hart, 18 Mar 1961-13 Sep 2017. Photo by Daniel Corrigan.

Hüsker Dü The International, Manchester - Jun 20, 1987 Jun 20 1987. Hüsker Dü Town and Country Club, London - Jun 21, 1987 Jun 21 1987. Lauren Ruth Ward Brings Album "Well, Hell" and Five New Singles on Tour. Tagged: Lauren Ruth Ward.

Hüsker Dü’s next period – that of a band with purchasable product, debut 7-inch ‘Statues’ released in January 1981 – again contains multitudes.

Hüsker Dü Grant Hart, Greg Norton and Bob Mould-three St. Paul teenagers who'd go on to become the most heralded trio of the American punk underground.

A year later, Hüsker Dü toured what would be their final album, Warehouse: Songs and Stories – a tour overshadowed by the suicide of the group’s manager, David Savoy, the night before they set off on the road. Hart began taking methadone in an attempt to kick the heroin addiction that was souring his already tempestuous relationship with his bandmates, guitarist/singer Bob Mould and bassist Greg Norton. 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.