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Hüsker Dü is an American hardcore rock and punk band from St. Paul, Minnesota. It consisted of guitarist, composer and singer Bob Mold, bassist Greg Norton and drummer, composer and singer Grant Hart. The band broke up in December 1987 when it had just made a commercial breakthrough by ranking their two Warner record albums in the Billboard 200: Candy Apple Gray ranked No. 140 on May 3, 1986 and then Warehouse: Songs And Stories ranked No. 117 on March 7, 1987. Grant Hart's death at age 56 is announced on September 14, 2017 as a result of cancer.

Hüsker Dü is formed in 1978 in Saint-Paul>. The name of the group means "do you remember? In Norwegian. In their debut, they released a few singles and a Land Speed ​​Record live album on their own New Alliance label. The disc freezes the uncompromising hardcore punk debut that sticks to the precepts of the genre.

Everything Falls Apart and Metal Circus were released in 1983, the second on the SST label. The focus is on an unprecedented mix of hardcore punk and psychedelic music on an electrified cover of The Byrds' Eight Miles Eight. A step has been taken for the hardcore punk genre with the following double concept album, Zen Arcade.

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