Hüsker Dü - Warehouseː Songs And Stories - Review
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critics' view

In terms of sheer productivity, Hüsker Dü is the most vital rock & roll band in America today. Warehouse: Songs and Stories is the Minneapolis zoom-punk trio’s second double album in three years, capping a machine-gun series of releases that includes the surrealist two-record opera Zen Arcade, the celebratory New Day Rising and last year’s major-label debut, Candy Apple Grey. It is a breathtaking canvas of rainbow slam pop and lyric liberation that eclipses nearly everything else in Eighties postpunk rock, here or abroad, and an embarrassment to superstar acts that strut down from the mountaintop with their stone tablets every two or three years.

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