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Leftover crack - Shoot the kids at school

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Hüsker Dü – Ice Cold Ice (1987) Vinyl 12″

Band: Hüsker Dü

Album: Ice Cold Ice

Release Date:

Music Genre: Punk Rock Pop Rock

Label: Warner Bros. Records

Release Country: United Kingdom

Record Type: 3 Tracks Vinyl 12"


Punk/hardcore trio who were formed in Minneapolis, Minnesota, USA, in 1979. Hüsker Dü (which means "Do you remember" in Danish and Norwegian, but is actually spelt without diaereses) mixed pop and punk music and consisted of guitarist/vocalist Bob Mould, bassist Greg Norton and drummer/vocalist Grant Hart. They started out as an aggressive hardcore thrash band before expanding to other musical formats. After releasing a string of albums, Hüsker Dü split in 1988 due to Grant Hart's alcohol and drug problems, and the suicide of the band's manager, David Savoy Jr., who was considered an important part of the band.

Bob Mould went on to form Sugar (5), whilst Grant Hart formed Nova Mob with both of them disbanding their respective groups in the mid-'90s and going on to only produce for their solo projects. Greg Norton is no longer involved in the music business, which he gave-up to become a restaurant owner.

Grant Hart died after battling cancer on September 14th 2017.


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3 Tracks
A Ice Cold Ice
B1 Gotta Lotta
B2 Medley

℗ 1987 WEA International, Inc.
© 1987 WEA Records Ltd.

A side from the album "Warehouse Songs And Stories"

"Medley" comprises "Reoccurring Dreams", "The Wit & The Wisdom", "Reoccurring Dreams", "What's Going On", "Green Eyes".




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