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Grant Hart – Good News For Modern Man (CD)
His best LP since he parted company with Bob Mould and Greg Norton? Very likely! – Jack Rabid, All Music
> 1999 solo album from ex Husker Du drummer/songwriter, back in print!
This 11-track set is everything Hüsker Dü fans had always wanted from him: an album full of classic melodies that owed as much to ’60s girl groups and catchy Britpop as it did to punk rock and power pop.
As one of the co-leaders of the seminal post-hardcore punk group Hüsker Dü, Grant Hart was one of the most influential musicians of the ’80s, blending raw sonic aggression with pop melodies and songs. Following the group’s demise in 1987, he launched a solo career that was marked by an erratic work schedule. After releasing one solo album, he formed a trio called Nova Mob in 1989, which released two albums between 1991 and 1994, when Hart became a solo artist again.
Think It Over Now
Nobody Rides For Free
Run Run Run To The Centre Pompidou
You Don’t Have To Tell Me Now
A Letter From Anne Marie
In A Cold House
Remains To Be Seen
Let Rosemary Rock Him, Laura-Louise