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New Day Rising

New Day Rising
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Description: The first four seconds of this influential Minneapolis trio's fifth album pretty much set the table: drum shots like an anxious heartbeat, then a sudden wall of fuzzy, high-treble electric-guitar noise. The choruses are occasionally catchy, especially on "The Girl Who Lives on Heaven Hill," but this is more like the intense Zen Arcade than more melodic later albums. (A rare pace change, the girl-obsessed "Books About UFOs" actually recalls Bruce Springsteen.) Bassist Greg Norton, who rarely gets mentioned in Hüsker reviews, sews together Bob Mould's power guitar, Grant Hart's head-banging beats, and general ... (more)
Manufacturer: Sst Records
Release date: 25 October 1990
Number of discs: 1
EAN: 0018861003122 UPC: 018861003122
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500 CDs You Must Own Before You Die! (500 music items)

"Initially, Minneapolis’s Hüsker Dü were pure hardcore noise, until Zen Arcade and then New Day Rising showed their burgeoning interest in hooks and melody. Magnificently, this only served to add to the intensity. Bob Mould has more space to howl here, and he uses it all. Standout track: “I Apologize”"


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