Hüsker Dü went down fighting. While they broke up under toxic levels of acrimony after 1987's two L.P. set, Warehouse: Songs and Stories, the album is a unified victory (the writing credits are split evenly between Hart and Mould) , with twenty gloriously distorted pop songs left standing like sonic memorials.
"Could You Be The One?" was a fine single but Hart's "She Floated Away" could also have been one, if Mould hadn't got the A-sides of both of the album's singles. This 12" also has a rare Greg Norton composition, the rocking "Everytime", as well as another Hart psych-pop jangler, "Charity, Chastity, Prudence and Hope", making this a most democratic single.
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