Hüsker Dü

Not in the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame

Eligible since: 2006 (The 2007 Induction Ceremony)

Previously Considered? No  what's this?


Inducted into Rock Hall Projected in 2013 (ranked #273) .


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Zen Arcade (1984)
New Day Rising (1985)

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Something I Learned Today (1984)
Makes No Sense at All (1985)
Don't Want to Know If You Are Lonely (1986)
Could You Be the One? (1987)

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Will Hüsker Dü be inducted into the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame?
"Musical excellence is the essential qualification for induction."
   

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Who the hell are these idiots? At least people have heard of Kiss, Judas Priest, and Iron Maiden.

Posted by Denny on Wednesday, 11.8.06 @ 20:55pm


Husker Du>You.

Posted by Kit on Wednesday, 11.8.06 @ 21:17pm


Will not make it in, although they, with Metallica and REM, represent the creative high point of rock in the 80s. Zen Arcade was massively influential and New Day Rising and Flip Your Wig are legendary albums. If a band like Television is not in the Rock Hall, then bands like Husker Du won't make it either. Unfortunately.

Posted by Rod on Tuesday, 11.28.06 @ 14:19pm


how old are you..........15. iron maiden ...just noise...husker du and rem are known as the most influencial bands of the 80's...but the huskers are more like a cult band

Posted by tmx on Tuesday, 12.12.06 @ 18:16pm


HUGELY important......but it could take a while since they've never acquired a major following, even amongst modern indie dweebs that I know, although there's a few of that group, like myself, that will forever treasure their recordings.

Posted by Casper on Tuesday, 01.23.07 @ 13:07pm


Oh god, how I hope the Huskers make the hall of fame -- they should be inducted solely on their cover of The Byrds "Eight Miles High."(Check out Youtube if you're so inclined).

And isn't one of Grant Hart's songs in there already?

But the reality is likely that they'll not be let in...

Posted by Ian on Wednesday, 01.24.07 @ 14:14pm


Do you remember? The Minneapolis sound was the linch pin from Hardcore to Alternative rock. The grunge groups worshiped at Husker Du feet. Many of their albumns are masterpieces of pop on every track.

Posted by JAck on Monday, 02.5.07 @ 12:54pm


to bob's chagrin, the mats would make it before husker (keeping with the minneapolis theme),,,although husker du was HUGELY influential,,,just ask green day or dave grohl(i'm a new day rising). bob is a genius musician and was one of the originators to the "alternative" sound that sold millions in the 90's. husker du (along with the mats) were doing this 15 years before it became popular.

Posted by jeff on Wednesday, 02.14.07 @ 19:41pm


People like that pinhead Denny with his Priest and Maiden comments are why music sucks today, too many blinders wearing date rapists wandering the earth these days.

Posted by Crowbar on Saturday, 02.17.07 @ 10:13am


While Denny will be lucky to see metal bands like those mentioned inducted he will most likely be lucky enough to avoid seeing Husker Du inducted which is shameful as they are one of the best and most influential bands of the 1980's. And personally I think Kiss and all those metal bands suck (though I acknowledge their influence).

Posted by David Richman on Friday, 03.30.07 @ 00:54am


THE most influential indie band of the 80s - anyone who's picked up instruments since owes them a debt. Probably have to wait until their discography is re-issued and given their legal problems in that regard, it might be a while

Posted by Neil on Sunday, 04.8.07 @ 07:35am


Yes, they should be inducted. Check out their videos on my site: www.duyouremember.com

Now do you see why?

Posted by Jeff on Wednesday, 05.23.07 @ 23:46pm


Flip Your Wig, Zen Arcade, and New Day Rising are all essential listening.

Posted by Kit on Monday, 07.2.07 @ 22:20pm


Denny or Danny whatever your name is why don't you educate yourself on a decent and actually unbelievably good band such as Husker Du instead of that bullshit speed metal lollipop sucking queer shit you listed and do yourself a favor. They're one of the best bands ever so go fuck yourself!

Posted by Richie on Tuesday, 07.3.07 @ 13:11pm


Kind of like a poor mans R.E.M. ????

Posted by Joe-Skee on Thursday, 07.5.07 @ 11:54am


Not in the slightest. For one thing, Bob Mould enunciates, also completely different instrumental approaches. They're much more comparable to The Replacements or Minutemen.

Posted by Kit on Thursday, 07.5.07 @ 22:15pm


The've influenced so many bands, theres no way they wont get in.

Posted by Patrick on Thursday, 07.5.07 @ 23:44pm


I like Hardcore Hüsker Dü i.e. Metal Circus and parts of Zen Arcade (Something I learned today" greatest fuckin'song ever).

I have my Hüsker dü shirt and nobody has a clue as to who or what "Hüsker Dü" is...and I like it like that.



Posted by Jaysix on Wednesday, 07.11.07 @ 18:37pm


Husker Du influenced so many great bands, not just the ones I like so much, and I think there's a few bands out there that wouldn't be so famous if they
weren't so 'highly' influenced by Husker Du.

I think that's a fact.

But, Huskers, where never like that....

Posted by fe on Tuesday, 07.24.07 @ 23:14pm


I think they should eventually get in, even if it takes a couple of years. Zen Arcade is a hell of an album although I prefer Warehouse and Candy Apple Grey. They made the transition from Hardcore Punk to Modern/Alternative Rock and helped shape the rock sound of the 90s as it is still heard today.

Posted by Denyo on Monday, 11.5.07 @ 15:15pm


Great band, extremely memorable songs and a big influence on the musicians that followed them. Unfortunately, it is doubtful that they will be recognized for the H.o.F. - They certainly deserve all the respect in the world. But can all you underground/indie (whatever you call yourselves) rockers stop with the "metal" bashing. Whether you liked it or not, the 80's were dominated by the leather boys and girls and that part of history is never going to change. Just because you think that genre of music was uncool does not mean that it did not have its place or that it is not worthy of any accolades. And to all the Priest/Maiden worshippers, take a listen to some of these like Husker Du or the Pixies. I think you will understand why their fans are so loyal and it will open your eyes to some excellent music.

Posted by Dameon on Thursday, 11.8.07 @ 08:29am


"Just because you think that genre of music (hair metal)was uncool does not mean that it did not have its place or that it is not worthy of any accolades." - Dameon

It had its place and time - back in 1983 with Swatches, parachute pants and Billy Squier hits. How about if we change your word "uncool" with "lunk-headed-teenage-head-banging-corny-posing-pansy-dipsy-minded-80's-stripper-soundtrack-underage-drinker-vomitting-at-a-kegger-hokey-ham-fisted-craptastic-sillines"?

Could we call it unworthy of accolade then?

Posted by shawn on Thursday, 11.8.07 @ 08:43am


What's the matter Shawn, did the cool kids in High School and College shun you? Did they knock the your school books out from under your arms? Were you ridiculed for being a pansy? Were you not able to get laid? What was it that turned you into the sad little pathetic person that you are? Do like Wayne and Garth, get on your knees and yell out to the world that you are not worthy. Or perhaps you would like Dr. Phil's e-mail address. Maybe he can help you. With any luck, there is a stripper somewhere in your city that can turn you into a man. Goodbye Shawn and good f'n luck in life.

Posted by Dameon on Thursday, 11.8.07 @ 11:05am


Wow. Yea, uh....dude - I am obviously the one with the male issues; good call. Looks like I might have insulted a crowd you identify with. Do you still "pardy-hardy" and rock out at keggers, bro?

I guess I wil abandon all hope of actually debating the worth of Hair Metal and Def Leppard with you then, hm?
Good stuff there though Dameon, really cohesive - I can definitely see you haven't "sold out" and left your inner freshman behind.
But wait - if you're now 49... (let's do the math) that means that you were 25 when Pyromania came out in 1983 and you connected with the soul wrenching vocals of Joe Elliot on "Too Late For Love".
Um....... wow.

Posted by shawn on Thursday, 11.8.07 @ 11:40am


"the 80's were dominated by the leather boys and girls and that part of history is never going to change"

wow, so did 80s alternative, grunge, indie, goth, psychedelic, post punk.... just slip your mind? you fucking luddite.

Posted by liam on Thursday, 11.8.07 @ 12:09pm


Dameon's only point is that bands like Motley Crue, Def Leppard, Winger, etc. were HUGE in the 80's even if you and I did not like that music (and I did not). It is a fact that is undeniable. I am not saying it SHOULD have been that way or that I like that music. I am just being objective....Def Leppard was one of the biggest selling acts in music history:

"Def Leppard is one of only five rock bands with two original albums selling over 10 million copies each in the U.S. The others are The Beatles, Led Zeppelin, Pink Floyd, and Van Halen." (WIKI)

Hey, not bad company to be in - btw all of the other bands listed are in the hall. In any case, his point is, that was the dominant music of that era.

But, here is the main point:

It is always VERY easy to "look back" and poke fun at past music, trends or clothing. You can go back to the 60's and make fun of the "bowl" cuts of the Beatles and their simple one chord songs, or the 70's bell bottoms and self-indulgent progressive rock, etc. But, whats the point? If it is done in good fun, fine. But, to dismiss an entire decade of music because it was associated with "swatches" or because it is not the kind of music you like is simply wrong. And, I am not suggesting that DL should be in the hall -I for one do not think so and in fact, I pretty much hated all glam metal of the 80's (DL was probably the only tolerable one). But, my defense here, as William once said, is in a faulty thought process and not necesarily to the band listed at the top.

As for his age, I did not know that in order to like music (i.e. art), there were age requirements. I guess I should have let my friends dad know that when he took us to see Rush when we were 19 and he was 45 years old. I guess even though he was a Rush fan, he could have waited in the car...

Posted by Anonymous on Thursday, 11.8.07 @ 17:41pm


"Dameon's only point is that bands like --- were HUGE in the 80's" -anon

No - wrong. That was not his only point. He stated that in so many words and THEN tried to justify Def Lep's qualifications for the Hall from that. Big step there. But keep licking his ass Anon - maybe he will come back and be your lunchbox buddy again.

"But, to dismiss an entire decade of music because it was associated with "swatches" or because it is not the kind of music you like is simply wrong."

Read again, Barbarella. Wasn't what I did at all. I impugned his band of choice - DefLep - by associating them with those dated items. Never dismissed an entire decade of music.

"As for his age, I did not know that in order to like music (i.e. art), there were age requirements."

Don't be so obtuse. Rush is fine for a 40-something. Bangin' your head at 25 to pop hair metal at age 25 doesn't smell a little off-base to you?

Posted by shawn on Thursday, 11.8.07 @ 19:05pm


"lunchbox buddy again."

Whats with the regressive references?


"Bangin' your head at 25 to pop hair metal at age 25 doesn't smell a little off-base to you?"

If you could not deduce from my comment what I think, then there is something wrong with you. But, if you need me to be "concrete" I will. AGE IS BUT A NUMBER...PEOPLE CAN LISTEN TO WHATEVER THEY LIKE AT ANY AGE...live and let live....


"But keep licking his ass Anon."

Wow, I merely pointed out/clarified what I thought he was saying. However, SAYING THAT HIS FAVORITE BAND - DL - SHOULD NOT BE IN THE HALL IS LICKING HIS ASS?????

Posted by Anonymous on Thursday, 11.8.07 @ 19:14pm


You're shouting at me now Anon, and that's a rude boy.

Posted by shawn on Thursday, 11.8.07 @ 19:22pm


Well, lets see maybe because you make no sense - I am supposedly "licking his ass", yet I am voting "no" for his favorite band...there was that better?

Posted by Anonymous on Thursday, 11.8.07 @ 19:25pm


I just want to say I'm fascinated for the last 6 months by the way the 2 of you interact.

Shawn, when you called Anon "little buddy" the other night on the Def Leppard post I was just beside myself.

You guys have become my #1 source for laughs now that Leno is in perpetual rerun....

Posted by SG on Thursday, 11.8.07 @ 23:19pm


That is funny because I was thinking the same thing when I was reading the Shawn-Dameon interactions. Common denominator? Some of the verbosity and language of Shawn does make me laugh...its like we are in a HS English class and he is attempting to show off...it makes me LOL too :-)

Posted by Anonymous on Friday, 11.9.07 @ 03:52am


BTW, if him calling me "little buddy" makes you "beside myself", that would suggest to me that you could probably watch reruns of Leno and you would continue to laugh...now go take your meds and get yourself tucked into bed :-)

Posted by Anonymous on Friday, 11.9.07 @ 04:05am


Although it pains me to do so I will comment once again. Let's get this correct, D.L. is not my favorite band, but I enjoyed their first 4 albums very much. Whether you think so or not, they did record well structured music that by all criteria should get them into the Hall. Music is all about opinion; I have mine and everyone else has theirs. I did not bang my head to D.L. in the 80's, nor did I mosh to Black Flag in the same decade. I did not paint my face white at Cure concerts nor did I wear flannel shirts and dirty hair when I saw Nirvana. By the way, I was 34 or 35 when I saw them. I was actually close to, if not already in my 40's when I saw Tool. Shawn, am I off base because of that also? Age means shit when it concerns things that I like. If you think I am off base because I enjoyed D.L. at 25, then so be it. Perhaps I should be the one to call Dr. Phil and tell him that Shawn thinks I am off. I can only hope that he can help me. One more thing; when Pyromania was released, there was no such thing as "Hair Bands". I maybe wrong, but that term came out to label the LA scene which followed Motley Crue and Ratt a couple of years later. FYI - I never went to a keggar in my life, but then there were not too many keggars happening in the Bronx and East Village in the 70's and early 80's. I hung out at CB's, Mudd Club, and Max's K.C. I didn't need to go to College Dorms to get a drink. Hey Anon - I appreciate your attempts at clarifying some of my statements. It would seem most people understood what I was saying except for Shawn and his mates. Good luck to you all and I hope you all had a great holiday; even you Shawn.

Posted by Dameon on Monday, 11.26.07 @ 12:38pm


WHO are they? They are music gods. (What an idiot.) They are SO much better, purer, and original than hundreds of "well known" hacks. They are poets and were Important. (Stop swollowing your Spoon-fed education.)

Posted by wm. on Monday, 01.14.08 @ 19:04pm


Note: Obviously I was commenting on Denny or whoever his name near the top of the post...... Husker Du - deserves SO much more credit.

Posted by wm. on Monday, 01.14.08 @ 19:10pm


If Husker Du didn't exist, could Green Day have made the same amount of impact as they do now? Green Day WAS influenced by this band. They really paved the way for bands to start playing punk rock.

Posted by SSR on Sunday, 02.17.08 @ 18:56pm


Errrr, probably. Not that I´m very aware of Husker Du. Now, if you´d asked the same question about the Ramones or the Buzzcocks...you´d get a different answer.

Posted by Liam on Monday, 02.18.08 @ 11:11am


I know they're from Minneapolis and they're named after some Swedish board game. Some people give them credit for (unwittingly) creating the template for Indie Rock...don't know about that!! Sounds like they got caught up in their own angst!!

Posted by Terry on Monday, 02.18.08 @ 19:13pm


There is no "template" for indie. All it refers to is label status, not sound.

Posted by William on Tuesday, 02.19.08 @ 00:29am


Beats me, William...Rock music goes by so many names anymore that one more wouldn't sueprise me! I remember when it was just "Rock & Roll". Besides, what I know for sure about these people fits into one sentence. Not much impact on my neck of the woods...

Posted by Terry on Tuesday, 02.19.08 @ 06:35am


Thank you Terry - finally someone else finally says that there are too many named sub-genres in Rock n Roll. I remember when Punk broke back in "75" and then New Wave followed closely behind. Then the term Alternative appeared which was then followed by more named genres than I even knew existed. It was Shawn and Liam who made it very clear that "Post-Punk" is a well known sub-genre when discussing as to why certain bands were yet to be inducted. To me, the term "post-punk is ridiculous because to most, it would mean all music which came out after the Punk scene. And I mean no slight to anyone who views this sub-genre as very important.

It is my opinion that bands that have been pigeon-holed into some of these sub-sub genres will never be inducted. Not that they are not worthy, but because they have been put into a very specific corner and unless you were part of that scene, you would have no idea they even existed.

As the Stones said, "I know, it's only Rock and Roll, but I like it"

Posted by Dameon on Tuesday, 02.19.08 @ 12:53pm


husker shit.

Posted by Eddie Mars on Wednesday, 03.19.08 @ 11:58am


^Wanna explain your point, or shall we just go ahead and presume you like not being taken seriously (aka 'Journey Fanboy')?

Posted by Liam on Wednesday, 03.19.08 @ 12:22pm


Those idoits who have never heard Husker Du are the same idoits who believe that Eric Clapton is the guitarist who plays the famous guitar solo on "Layla" when in fact it was Duane Allman.

Posted by george on Friday, 03.28.08 @ 21:11pm


Amazing band, love all their albums (and much of Moulds solo work). I think they are the second most influential band of the 80's. Sorry the The Replacements take 1# for me. I think they should be inducted the same time as The Replacements! How great would that be!

Posted by Mike on Thursday, 10.23.08 @ 00:13am


NOT A BAD BAND.. WHO KNOWS ...TIME SHALL TELL

Posted by mrxzy on Thursday, 10.23.08 @ 00:18am


I think everyone here has forgotten that Rolling Stone loved Husker Du during the 80s. They still do, actually. Rolling Stone has a stake in the rock hall so...

I think they will get in. If the hall wants some semblance of being comprehensive, R.E.M., Husker Du, and The Replacements all need to be inducted. They're usually seen as the primary representatives of American alternative/indie music of the 1980s. R.E.M. has already been inducted, The Replacements surely will, and Husker Du is a logical choice considering their wide influence on American indie music during the late 80s and 90s.

Posted by Jonas on Wednesday, 12.17.08 @ 23:48pm


Greg Norton's mustache alone should be reason enough to induct these guys.

In all seriousness though, when I listen to New Day Rising and Zen Arcade, I can hear the influence it has on famous alternative bands like The Pixies, Nirvana, Foo Fighters, and Dinosaur Jr., and when I listen to anything from New Day Rising onward, I can hear its influence on pop punk acts like Green Day.

They even inspired the Minutemen to make their magnum opus, Double Nickels on the Dime; it was originally gonna be a single album, but then when they heard about Hüsker Dü working on the double album Zen Arcade, they promptly wrote enough songs to create a double album of their own and released it before Zen Arcade, writing "Take that, Hüskers!" in the liner notes.

I'm not sure if it's realistic or not to think they get in, but they definitely deserve it.

Posted by RJ on Friday, 04.17.09 @ 02:03am


If you want to see an assessment of Hüsker Dü's Rock Hall credential, go to http://jpbenney.blogspot.com/2009/07/keltner-analysis-of-undiscussed-rock_28.html.

Posted by Julien Peter Benney on Monday, 07.27.09 @ 23:48pm


How on earth can this band and Bob Mould not be in the Hall? I mean, all Bob did was alter the future of rock and roll -- twice. Just because he was 5-10 years ahead of his time both times...is that a reason to exclude him? Unreal.

Posted by Chuck on Saturday, 09.26.09 @ 21:30pm


They have a faggy name

Posted by Eazy G on Wednesday, 11.25.09 @ 17:08pm


So do you.

Posted by Philip on Wednesday, 11.25.09 @ 17:49pm


Husker Du were trailblazers - early on the fastest hardcore, later the template for migrating to alternative rock on their own terms, and in between the most intense, passionate, and brilliant hardcore-pop to this day.

They will get in someday. But how quick will the committee be to bring in a band that never sold well, has not played together since they broke, and whose lead-singer-guitarist - greatest guitarist of the 80's in my opinion - is a very out gay man? My guess is, unfortunately and unfairly, we may be waiting awhile.

Posted by foxwell on Tuesday, 05.25.10 @ 17:44pm


"But how quick will the committee be to bring in a band that never sold well, has not played together since they broke, and whose lead-singer-guitarist - greatest guitarist of the 80's in my opinion - is a very out gay man?"

It didn't stop them from recognizing Queen.

Maybe Hüsker Dü doesn't have a chance because they're just a minor band? Sure, they have a small but dedicated following, but maybe that following are in denial over the fact that in the big picture they only made the smallest of ripples on music, and if they'd never existed, music wouldn't be all that much different than it is now.

Posted by Ralph on Wednesday, 06.16.10 @ 14:48pm


An absolute YES, if only for their influence. I don't think their window for induction has closed yet.

Posted by Sam on Wednesday, 06.16.10 @ 16:31pm


"Maybe Hüsker Dü doesn't have a chance because they're just a minor band? Sure, they have a small but dedicated following, but maybe that following are in denial over the fact that in the big picture they only made the smallest of ripples on music, and if they'd never existed, music wouldn't be all that much different than it is now."

I'm not so sure that is true. A couple items for consideration:

1) Husker Du was one of the first "alternative" U.S. bands, and more specifically probably THE first alternative U.S. band that didn't have a sound clearly related to the Rolling Stones (the band, not the magazine)/1970s branch of classic rock (i.e. unlike the Replacements, who had a sound not that far removed from classic rock IMO) that was signed to a major label. Their signing to Warner Brothers in 1985 helped set a template for future "underground" bands to eventually sign to a major while maintaining artistic control and integrity. Before Husker Du, alternative bands (well, alternative bands after the initial batch of 1977-era punk and punk-inspired bands came on the scene) simply didn't get signed to major labels because they didn't think it was a realistic possibility. Husker Du's signing to a major label and higher exposure as a result opened up possibilities for a variety of "alternative rock" bands in the late 1980s and early 1990s.

2) A slew of significant bands, both commercially popular and more cult-like in popularity, have either directly acknowledged a debt to Husker Du or clearly have a sound that is at least partially modeled on the band's sound. A partial list of these bands includes Soul Asylum, the Butthole Surfers, the Pixies, Nirvana (both directly and indirectly through the Pixies), Superchunk, Green Day, Catherine Wheel, the Foo Fighters, and many, many other bands. Husker Du was, IMO, one of the most significant influences on the "Seattle sound" of the early 1990s (along with Neil Young, Led Zeppelin, and Black Sabbath), to some degree influenced the sound of the "shoegazer" sound from the U.K. in the late 1980s/early 1990s, was a key band in influencing the future "emocore" sound (with the Zen Arcade album in particular being one of the touchtones of emo), and most broadly was one of the primary bands in establishing "American alternative rock" as a broad and ultimately commercially popular genre. I'm not sure if the course of rock music in the late 1980s and early 1990s, particularly alternative rock's commercial breakthrough in 1992, occurs or at least is as big as it was if Bob Mould never goes to Macalester College and meets up with Grant Hart and Greg Norton in St. Paul in 1978.

I'm admittedly a big Husker Du (and Sugar/Bob Mould) fan, but IMO Husker Du was to U.S.-based, alternative-oriented rock music post-1985 much like the Velvet Underground was to most alternative rock music in general post-1970. The Huskers initial ripple as their stone hit the water was relatively small, but it kept on growing in size and made a larger and larger impact as it spread outward, in turn helping to create other ripples (bands directly and indirectly influenced by Husker Du) that also caused large impacts as time moved forward. Husker Du's ripples, both from the group itself and the members' (primarily Bob Mould's) post-Husker efforts, are still being felt today. There are many, many branches on the tree that at its trunk has the name Husker Du on it. Furthermore, bands like the Buzzcocks, Ramones, and even the Byrds and Beatles had their own legacies and influence furthered by the influence they had on Husker Du.

Posted by CHIP72 on Wednesday, 02.2.11 @ 20:48pm


Lol @ the kids who don't know who Husker Du was. Here's a simple answer: the Greatest and most influencial band of the 80's. Without Husker Du, u have no Nirvana, no Pixies and basically no known musical era called "grunge". All you would have is underground indie bands that u would have never heard of. You should bow down and kiss the feet of Bob Mould, Grant Hart and Greg Norton and say thank you a million times. Go pick up Zen Arcade or New Day Rising and hear what greatness sounds like.

Posted by Jesse S on Wednesday, 07.6.11 @ 13:23pm


As much as I respect and like Husker Du, why should anyone "bow down and kiss the feet of Bob Mould, Grant Hart and Greg Norton and say thank you a million times?" You don't need to belittle yourself in order to appreciate their music.

Ugh, hardcore fanboys. They're all the same.

Posted by Tahvo Parvianen on Saturday, 11.19.11 @ 10:57am


Good Bob Mould interview on NPR today.

http://www.npr.org/2014/06/04/317159092/bob-moulds-beautiful-ruinous-life-in-punk

Posted by DarinRG on Wednesday, 06.4.14 @ 17:36pm


Hüsker Dü RESPECT.

Posted by BulmaPunkRocker on Sunday, 07.6.14 @ 22:55pm


@Neil Husker Du's albums have never gone out of print.

Posted by Ben on Saturday, 10.11.14 @ 14:43pm


RIP Grant Hart

Posted by Dan on Thursday, 09.14.17 @ 05:10am


Heartbroken over the news of Grant Hart's passing. 56 is far too young. Husker Du is one of my favorite bands and I'm grateful for the music they made. R.I.P. Grant

Posted by Steve Z on Thursday, 09.14.17 @ 10:42am


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