Hüsker Dü, Minneapolis basement show, 1984 (2/9)





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Published on Feb 18, 2010

Hüsker Dü, "Last House on the Left," basement gig recorded sometime during the summer of 1984, with guest appearance by Spot. This segment:
Chartered Trips [guitar intro only]
Gilligan's Island
[Grant switches to bass, Spot takes over on drums]
Ticket To Ride [instrumental]
unknown (cover?)

Comments • 9

I used to frequent Garage D'or too. I got a copy of The Suburbs In Combo there autographed by all members. Great store...lots of cool in stores....still have the christmas cassettes too...
Yep, that's Terry messing with the sound board. Oh how I miss the days of Garage D'or Records on Nicollet. Garage D'or and Let It Be, were my 2 places of refuge back in the late 80's/early 90's( oh good for you ). Jim, Mike, and Terry are the reason I have 4 copies of The Suburbs red seven inch disc, in my vinyle collection. Remember when Garage D'or had Bob Mould's trusty Flying V on display? Grant Hart and Bob Stinson, both, used to hang at Garage.... 
Neighbors had to love that.
@skinheadkyle Yeah - he used to write for WCW in Atlanta!
@skinheadkyle Hey, thanks very much for the mystery song ID!
Hahaha!! The "unknown" song is "bad street usa", entrance theme for pro wrestling legends, the fabulous freebirds. Bob was a huge pro wrestling fan. This made my day. 
Todd Gurley
i love youtube 
Looks like Terry Katzman in the Husker logo shirt....
rare stuff man. awesome to get to see. huskers rule!!
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