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  • Duct Tape Soup: Crimpshrine plays cool dirty rock'n'roll with rough voice. This band is pre-Fifteen that came fr...
  • New Day Rising: My favorite husker du's album! Great post-punk band from USA! They are mixing genres and that's what...
  • Swain's First Bike Ride: One of the first fifteen's album. Featuring great track intentions, which I was enjoying last su...


New Day Rising

My favorite husker du’s album! Great post-punk band from USA! They are mixing genres and that’s what I like about them. It takes rock’n’roll, hard rock, punk and garage and brings it together. Well finally sounds like Joy Division or Dinosaur Jr. =) My favorites here are “Books about Ufos” and “Terms Of Psychic Warfare”.

New […]

Zen Arcade

Husker’s most famous album. I won’t agree with publicity but it includes 23 good songs of post-punk… The best here is “Chartered trips”!

Something I Learned Today

Broken Home, Broken Heart

Never Talking To You Again
Chartered Trips
Dreams Reoccurring
Indecision Time
Hare Krsna
Beyond The Threshold
I’ll Never Forget You
The Biggest Lie
What’s Going On
Masochism World
Standing By The Sea
One Step At A Time
Pink Turns […]

Everything Falls Apart And More

Old album by Husker. That’s a classical post-punk. Mostly I love “Gravity” solo at the end of the song…

From The Gut
Blah, Blah, Blah

Punch Drunk


Afraid Of Being Wrong

Sunshine Superman

Signals From Above
Everything Falls Apart



In A Free Land

What Do I Want?
Let’s Go Die
Do You Remember?

Metal Circus

One of husker’s first EPs… Their old sound. I recommend song “Diane” from this.

Real World
Deadly Skies
It’s Not Funny Anymore
First Of The Last Calls


Out On A Limb

Flip Your Wig

Early american post-punk. This band sounds like Dinosaur Jr. probably but more punky. My favorite song on this album is simply “Flip your wig” =)

Flip Your Wig

Every Everything
Makes No Sense At All
Hate Paper Doll
Green Eyes
Divide And Conquer
Find Me

The Baby Song

Flexible Flyer
Private Plane
Keep Hanging On
The Wit And The Wisdom
Don’t Know Yet