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Warehouse: Songs and Stories


Download links and information about Warehouse: Songs and Stories by Hüsker Dü / Husker Du. This album was released in 1987 and it belongs to Rock, Indie Rock, Punk, Alternative genres. It contains 20 tracks with total duration of 01:09:28 minutes.

Artist: Hüsker Dü / Husker Du
Release date: 1987
Genre: Rock, Indie Rock, Punk, Alternative
Tracks: 20
Duration: 01:09:28
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No. Title Length
1. These Important Years 3:51
2. Charity, Chastity, Prudence, and Hope 3:15
3. Standing In the Rain 3:47
4. Back from Somewhere 2:18
5. Ice Cold Ice 4:23
6. You're a Soldier 3:04
7. Could You Be the One? 2:35
8. Too Much Spice 2:56
9. Friend, You've Got to Fall 3:20
10. Visionary 2:32
11. She Floated Away 3:38
12. Bed of Nails 4:48
13. Tell You Why Tomorrow 2:53
14. It's Not Peculiar 4:09
15. Actual Condition 1:52
16. No Reservations 3:43
17. Turn It Around 4:33
18. She's a Woman (And Now He Is a Man) 3:21
19. Up In the Air 3:06
20. You Can Live At Home 5:24



Along with The Replacements, Hüsker Dü represented all that was right with alternative rock in the '80s. (It was a shame that neither group could simply be known as a rock 'n' roll band, but the classic rock establishment didn't let many outsiders in the circle.) This double album was Hüsker Dü's second, and while it isn't as gut-wrenching as Zen Arcade, it remains true to the band's spirit. At this point in time—1986 and 1987—the trio was falling apart, and songwriters Bob Mould and Grant Hart were feuding. Like many double albums, Warehouse could make a great single LP, though there's no unanimous agreement over which tracks would make the superior slimmed-down set. Mould's "Could You Be the One?" and "Ice Cold Ice" stand out as his clear highlights, while "Friend, You've Got to Fall" is allegedly about his bandmate. Hart's "She's a Woman (And Now He Is a Man)," "She Floated Away," and "Back from Somewhere" are his strongest contributions.