Warehouse: Songs and Stories
Husker Du

Label: Warner Bros.
Duration: 1:06:14
Genre: Rock

"Ice Cold Ice," in which Bob Mould rails against "barren lands and barren minds" and Grant Hart falls in on the supercatchy chorus, exemplifies the Hüsker Dü career development that peaks on this final album. Without sacrificing the emotional intensity of earlier albums, the Minneapolis trio beefs up the guitar-based melodies and sneaks in pop songcraft in lieu of the old fast-and-loud hardcore style. On this 1987 double album, as usual, guitarist Mould supplies the personal songs ("Standing in the Rain"), while drummer Hart remains more broadly political ("Tell You Why Tomorrow").--Steve Knopper

These Important Years3:51
Charity, Chastity, Prudence, And Hope3:15
Standing In The Rain3:47
Back From Somewhere2:18
Ice Cold Ice4:23
You're A Soldier3:05
Could You Be The One?2:35
Too Much Spice2:56
Friend, You've Got To Fall3:20
She Floated Away3:38
Bed Of Nails4:48
Tell You Why Tomorrow2:53
It's Not Peculiar4:09
Actual Condition1:52
No Reservations3:43
Turn It Around4:33
She's A Woman (And Now He Is A Man)3:21
Up in the Air3:06
You Can Live At Home5:24
Original Release: 1987-01-01
Producer: Bob Mould, Grant Hart
UPC: 75992554428