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Warehouse: Songs & Stories
Husker Du
Warehouse: Songs & Stories
Genres: Alternative Rock, Pop, Rock
 
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180 gram pressing of 1987 album. Warner.

      
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All Artists: Husker Du
Title: Warehouse: Songs & Stories
Members Wishing: 3
Total Copies: 0
Label: Warner Bros / Ada
Original Release Date: 7/7/1987
Re-Release Date: 10/25/1990
Genres: Alternative Rock, Pop, Rock
Styles: Hardcore & Punk, American Alternative
Number of Discs: 1
SwapaCD Credits: 1
UPC: 075992554428

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180 gram pressing of 1987 album. Warner.

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Mike M. from SEATTLE, WA
Reviewed on 8/13/2007...
Warehouse was the Huskers last album and it was a good one. A big step away from their other records, Warehouse's songs were much more pop-orientated with only a couple songs over 5 minutes. Bob Mould dropped much of the angst of the previous records and honed in his songwriting, showing a broader range of emotions as he was getting older. Grant Hart's song were almost quasi-psychedelic and his songwriting also showed maturity. His album closer "You Can Live at Home" is one of his best (and the album's best imo).

The songwriters basically alternate every other song, almost (Mould's 11 to Grant's 9). It's not my favorite Husker album but it still beats 99% of the shlock out there.

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Much more than a punk band...
Grigory's Girl | NYC | 10/27/2007
(5 out of 5 stars)

"I remember buying this because it was a double album (I was a sucker for those), and I remember loving every song. I am not a fan of punk, and these gentlement get lumped into the punk category constantly. I never felt they were. They never dressed like punks, and there was always a melodic edge to their material. It wasn't all teen angst and nihilistic posturing. They could actually play their instruments. Mould was the only guitarist, but it sounded like they had several, so dense was his playing. Grant Hart is a great drummer. And both of them were great songwriters (yeah, Greg Norton's bass line were pretty good too). These Important Years is probably my favorite Husker Du song. It was a shame they broke up, and it was rather acrimonious, as they have never had a reunion (except for an impromptu one a few years back). I've liked some of Bob Mould's solo work and from his band Sugar, but it can't touch the Husker Du stuff. Him and Hart were just 2 strong individuals who just couldn't work together anymore. A shame, but their musical legacy is set in stone."