Apr. 9th, 2011

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As pretty much anyone who knows me in real life or who's read this blog can attest, I am a huge Hüsker Dü geek. Anyway, being a huge Hüsker Dü geek, I was talking with a friend about their last record, Warehouse: Songs and Stories. My friend was of the opinion that it was kind of a bad record. I agreed that it was the weakest of their output, but I've always thought that it suffered primarily from the fact that it should have been a single rather than a double LP (and the only reason it was a double, was because the Hüskers had a contract that said they could put out whatever they wanted and it was just a way to thumb their noses at the record label) and because of that there was a lot of chaff. So here I am separating the wheat from the chaff and imparting my opinion of what would have made a great record. Here it goes -- the ideal Warehouse track listing (and yes, I do know that this is one of the dorkiest entries I've ever made, but please bear with me, or at least just quietly ignore me while I embarrass myself -- thanks):

1. These Important Years
2. Back From Somewhere
3. Could You Be The One
4. Too Much Spice
5. Friend You've Got To Fall
6. She Floated Away
7. No Reservations
8. She's a Woman (And Now He Is A Man)
9. Up In The Air
10. You Can Live At Home


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