Go back to previous section

****************************************************************************

Section 15--Covers, Tributes

****************************************************************************

The term "tribute" has been extended to include any obvious (or maybe not
so obvious) reference to the band.  The Hüsker cover songs listed include
released material for the most part, along with a few demos and privately
distributed recordings.  Songs found only on live concert tapes are not
listed unless they have some special significance.

----------------------------------------------------------------------------
Artist:			Replacements
Title:			Sorry Ma, Forgot To Take Out The Trash
Format:                 Album
Label:			Twin/Tone
Catalog Number:		TTR 8123
Date Recorded:          Unknown
Release Date:		1981
Time:
Notes:			Rather snide, as tributes go:

				Delivering noise
				Real tough boys
				What else have I got
				Half-priced drugs
				Stolen guitars
				What else is new
				It's somethin to dü
				It's somethin to dü
				Well it ain't nothin new

				Stand around and sweat
				Girls you bet
				Sure beats working too
				Half my stuff's
				Broken guitars
				Blah blah blah
				Somethin to dü
				Somethin to dü
				It ain't nothin new
				It's somethin to ... dü
				
				Somethin to dü
				Somethin to dü
				Nothin to
				It's somethin

				Delivering noise
				Real tough boys
				And what else have I got
				Half-priced drugs
				Stolen guitars
				When the weather's hot
				It's somethin to dü
				It's somethin to dü
				Said somethin to dü
				Somethin to Hüsker

				Break the mould
Contents:
			Somethin To Dü
----------------------------------------------------------------------------
Artist:			Dead Milkmen
Title:			Eat Your Paisley
Format:                 Album
Label:			Fever/Restless
Catalog Number:		AAD 72131-2 [Fever]/72131-2 [Restless]
Date Recorded:          Unknown
Release Date:		Jun 1986 (Restless reissue Jul 1991)
Time:			41:23
Notes:			Song contains the lines:

                          Now it's got a sweet tooth for long hair
                          So Bob and Greg and Grant you should beware

                        Also on:  Death Rides a Pale Cow (The Ultimate
                        Collection), Restless, 1997; and Enigma Variations
			2, Enigma CDEX-73247, 1987, plus various promos,
			singles, imports.
Contents:
			The Thing That Only Eats Hippies		2:47
----------------------------------------------------------------------------
Artist:			Robert Palmer
Title:			Superstar Concert Series
Format:                 3x12" LP
Label:			Westwood One Radio Networks
Catalog Number:		SS 87-10
Date Recorded:		1987?
Air Date:		13-14 Jun 1987
Time:			86:09
Notes:			Live cover of "New Day Rising" embedded in four-song
			medley.  NDR segment barely lasts 30 seconds.  Not a
			bad version from the "Addicted To Love" guy.
Contents:
			Medley:						9:32
			Planet Of Women/New Day Rising/Nervous/Flesh Wound
----------------------------------------------------------------------------
Artist:			Blue Hippos
Title:			Blue Hippos
Format:                 Album (12" only?)
Label:			Twin/Tone
Catalog Number:		TTR 87100
Date Recorded:		Sep 1986
Release Date:		1987
Time:
Notes:			Studio cover.  Produced by Terry Katzman.
Contents:
			Drug Party
----------------------------------------------------------------------------
Artist:			Deacon Blue
Title:			Real Gone Kid
Format:                 7" EP
Label:			CBS
Catalog Number:		CBS CD DEAC 7, CBS DEAC EP 7
Date Recorded:		Unknown
Release Date:		Oct 1988
Time:
Notes:			Bonus track available on double pack 7" and CD only;
			the other two versions (7" and 12" singles) do not have
			this track.
Contents:
			It's Not Funny Any More
----------------------------------------------------------------------------
Artist:			Masters of the Obvious [Paul Caporino]
Title:			Tiny Hateful Dog
Format:                 Album (cassette only)
Label:			Looks like a homemade job.
Catalog Number:		MOTO 2
Date Recorded:		Unknown
Release Date:		1988?
Time:
Notes:			Typical MOTO sendup, though neither as stinging
			nor as humorous as some.  Caporino's cheesy home
			production (featuring the worst drum machine ever
			heard anywhere) doesn't help.
Contents:
			Candy Apple Wig
----------------------------------------------------------------------------
Artist:			The Strangemen
Title:			Duck And Cover
Format:                 Album
Label:			Vielklang
Catalog Number:		0425280MLP
Date Recorded:          Unknown
Release Date:		1988
Time:
Notes:			Studio cover.  The Strangemen, an unashamedly
			Hüskeresque band from Berlin, backed Grant Hart
			on his Fall 1989 European tour.  They have also
			performed "The Girl Who Lives On Heaven Hill" and
			"Pink Turns To Blue" live.  This is an album of
                        cover tunes.  The version of "Diane" that appears
			here later turned up on the the Case Closed
			compilation described below.
Contents:
			Diane
----------------------------------------------------------------------------
Artist:			Squirrel Bait/David Grubbs
Title:			Motorola Cloudburst
Format:                 7" single
Label:			The Pope Fanzine
Catalog Number:		None
Date Recorded:		Unknown
Release Date:		25 Nov 1987
Time:                   
Notes:			Freebie record included in fanzine.  One side is
			labeled "Bob Mould and Those Pillowbiters/Brown I
			Read, Oh! My Chones," and the other is labeled
			"BORK! Gerard's Dick."  According to discogs.com
			and attested elsewhere, the Pillowbiters side is an
			early unreleased Squirrel Bait track (it certainly
			sounds as if it could be a Sun God outtake) and the
			Bork! side is "tape piece by David Grubbs done for a
			Gnosticism class at Georgetown University."  The
			latter consists of repeated, jumbled samples from
                        a speech, superimposed over a guitar background:

                          "And if there's any hope for America it lies in a
                          revolution.  And if there's any hope for revolution
                          in America, it lies in getting Elvis Presley to
                          become Che Guevara, because if you don't do that
                          you'll just be beating your head against the wall,
                          or the cop in the street will be beating your head
                          against the wall."

			The above rap, it turns out, was delivered by Phil
			Ochs during a 27 Mar 1970 performance at Carnegie
			Hall.  The side ends with a telephone message from an
			unknown (but familiar sounding) party:

                          "Oh, Grubbs is...[indistinct].  I don't know what
                          the hell is going on with this Esperanto shit.  I
                          guess, speaking of the 100th anniversary of
                          Esperanto, you just gotta have a message in that
                          damn language."

                        For what it's worth, Bob Mould knows nothing about
                        this record.  One source thought the fanzine might
			have been called Ajax, but the discogs.com info
			sounds more authoritative.
Contents:
			[See notes]
----------------------------------------------------------------------------
Artist:			Calhoun Conquer
Title:			Lost In Oneself
Format:                 Album (CD, 12")
Label:			Aaarrg/Major International
Catalog Number:		Aaarg 22/MRI 29 [Switzerland release]
Date Recorded:		Nov 1988
Release Date:		1989
Time:			40:14
Notes:			Zürich headbanger band on a hometown label that
			was apparently well distributed throughout Europe.
			At times they sound like Motörhead wannabes, but
			come up a bit short on both energy and strength of
			material.  Their interpretation of "Diane," on
			the other hand, is downright dirgelike.  The
			release date was most likely mid-1989, which, given
			the dubious status of the Strangemen album listed
			above, would seem to credit them with the honor of
			getting put the first cover version (of many to
			come) of this song.
Contents:
			Diane						5:51
----------------------------------------------------------------------------
Artist:			Ritmo Tribale
Title:			Kriminale
Format:                 Album (12")
Label:			Vox Pop [Italy release]
Catalog Number:		Unknown
Date Recorded:		Unknown
Release Date:		1989
Time: 			
Notes:			Hüsker song does not appear to be on the 2003(?) CD
			combined reissue of Kriminale/Bocca Chiusa.  Both
			the CD and the LP are out of print and difficult to
			find.  Furthermore, not all versions of the vinyl LP
			include the Hüsker track either; it is absent from
			the version distributed in Germany by Sub-Up, which
			consists of a 12-track single record (the last track
			is "Julian").  This site and this site, however
			list 21 tracks, suggesting perhaps a double-LP or
			some sort of bonus record?  The mystery continues.
Contents:
			Standing In The Rain				3:05
----------------------------------------------------------------------------
Artist:			Big Dipper
Title:			Love Barge
Format:                 CD EP (promo)
Label:			Epic
Catalog Number:		ESK 2009
Date Recorded:          03 Feb 1989
Release Date:		1990
Time:                   10:30
Notes:			Live cover.  Recorded by Carl Plaster at the
			Bottleneck in Lawrence KS.
Contents:
			The Girl Who Lives On Heaven Hill               3:09
----------------------------------------------------------------------------
Artist:			Coffin Break
Title:			Rupture
Format:                 Album (12")
Label:			C/Z Records
Catalog Number:		CZ020
Date Recorded:		Nov 1989
Release Date:		1990
Time:			55:26
Notes:			Studio cover.
Contents:
			Diane						3:11
----------------------------------------------------------------------------
Artist:			Coffin Break
Title:			Rupture/Psychosis
Format:                 Album (CD)
Label:			C/Z Records
Catalog Number:		90020
Date Recorded:		Jan-Feb 1989 (Psychosis)
			Nov 1989 (Rupture)
Release Date:		1990
Time:			55:26
Notes:			Two studio 12" albums combined on one CD.
Contents:
			Diane						3:11
----------------------------------------------------------------------------
Artist:			Heidi Berry
Title:			Love
Format:                 Album
Label:			4AD
Catalog Number:		CAD1012 [Austria]
Date Recorded:		Unknown
Release Date:		Sep 1991
Time:
Notes:			Studio cover.
Contents:
			Up In The Air
----------------------------------------------------------------------------
Artist:			Pollen Art
Title:			Rivers Of Fire
Format:                 Album (12")
Label:			Mindpower Records
Catalog Number:		MPR (001)
Date Recorded:		Sep-Oct 1988, Jan 1989, Aug-Sep 1990
Release Date:		1991
Time:
Notes:			
Contents:
			The Girl Who Lives On Heaven Hill
----------------------------------------------------------------------------
Artist:			The Anarchy Diner
Title:			God's Penis
Format:                 Album
Label:			None
Catalog Number:		None
Date Recorded:		15-27 Dec 1991
Release Date:		Unreleased
Time:			80 minutes
Notes:			Studio cover.  It is doubtful at this point that
			the album is ever going to be released.  The band
			is long gone, having briefly mutated in 1994 into
			the equally obscure Susquehannah before its members
			dispersed, but the masters for all three AD albums
			remain in the hands of one of its cofounders.  The
			Anarchy Diner, however, lives on as an e-zine,
			The Diner.

			[Thanks to Jason Linkins for the updated info!]
Contents:
			It's Too Late
----------------------------------------------------------------------------
Artist:			Drunken Boat
Title:			Drunken Boat
Format:                 Album
Label:			First Warning
Catalog Number:		72705-75704-2
Date Recorded:		Jul 1990
Release Date:		Dec 1991?
Time:                   38:49
Notes:			Studio cover, just a little snide.
Contents:
			What's Going On?                                2:57
----------------------------------------------------------------------------
Artist:                 Die Art
Title:			Gold
Format:                 Album
Label:                  Zong
Catalog Number:         0170 059 [Germany release]
Date Recorded:          Jun-Jul 1991
Release Date:           Late 1991
Time:                   42:18
Notes:                  Studio cover.  Album apparently rereleased as Rough
			Trade RTD195.1957.2 in 1994.
Contents:
			Diane						4:49
----------------------------------------------------------------------------
Artist:			Buzz Hungry
Title:			The Envictor
Format:                 7"
Label:			SOL
Catalog Number:		226-7
Date Recorded:		Unknown
Release Date:		Sep 1992
Time:
Notes:			David Barbe's "The Beer Commercial," the B-side of
			this record, was a staple of Sugar's live sets.
			Buzz Hungry was David's previous band.  Purple
			vinyl.
Contents:
			The Beer Commercial
----------------------------------------------------------------------------
Artist:			Catherine Wheel
Title:			30th Century Man
Format:                 EP (12",CD)
Label:			Fontana
Catalog Number:		? (12")/864-837-2 (CD)
Date Recorded:		Unknown
Release Date:		Dec 1992
Time:
Notes:			Studio cover.  Limited edition release (2000 12",
			2000 CD).  Burma's "That's When I Reach For My
			Revolver" is also covered on this four-song EP.
			Hüsker track reissued in Canada in 1995 on Waydown
			CD EP.  (Note too that a live cover of the Hüsker
			song appears on the 1993 compilation album Adventure
			Club Sessions, a collection of on-air performances
			at KDGE in Dallas.)  The Balloon CD EP below, also
			released in 1992, may have the same content.
Contents:
			Don't Want To Know If You Are Lonely
----------------------------------------------------------------------------
Artist:			Catherine Wheel
Title:			Balloon
Format:                 CD EP
Label:			Fontana
Catalog Number:		CDP 770
Date Recorded:		Unknown
Release Date:		Dec(?) 1992
Time:			21:07
Notes:			Studio cover.  Same version as 30th Century Man
			above and Waydown CD EP below.
Contents:
			Don't Want To Know If You Are Lonely		3:30
----------------------------------------------------------------------------
Artist:			Mega City 4
Title:			Live Shivering Sand
Format:                 7"
Label:			Big Life
Catalog Number:		Mega L4
Date Recorded:		05 Mar 1992
Release Date:		1992
Time:
Notes:			Recorded live at the Junction, Cambridge, UK.
Contents:
			Don't Want To Know If You Are Lonely
----------------------------------------------------------------------------
Artist:			Mega City 4
Title:			Inspiringly Titled
Format:                 2xLP
Label:			Big Life
Catalog Number:		MEG LD2
Date Recorded:		05 Mar 1992
Release Date:		1992
Time:
Notes:			Hüsker track identical to 7" single above.
Contents:
			Don't Want To Know If You Are Lonely
----------------------------------------------------------------------------
Artist:			Political Asylum
Title:			How The West Was Won
Format:                 10"
Label:			Allied Recordings
Catalog Number:		Allied No. 23
Date Recorded:		Unknown
Release Date:		1992?
Time:
Notes:			Politically charged acoustic punk.  Band was led by
			Scottish anarchist writer Ramsey Kanaan.  This
			straightforward cover of DWTKIYAL, however, is mild
			enough.
Contents:
			Don't Want To Know If You Are Lonely		3:25
----------------------------------------------------------------------------
Artist:                 Sugar Shack/Iron Sheiks/Bored
Title:			Post Tour CD
Format:                 CD5
Label:                  Shock Records
Catalog Number:         PTEP01 (Australia)
Date Recorded:          1991-1992
Release Date:           1992?
Time:                   14:41
Notes:                  Two songs from each of the three bands on this EP:
			Sugar Shack (listed on the cover as "Sugarshack")
			from Houston TX; Iron Sheiks from Darlinghurst NSW,
			and Bored from Adelaide SA, with Bored contributing
			a studio cover of "Pink Turns To Blue."  All three
			bands are more metal than punk.  Track order is
			incorrect on the CD cover; the Bored tracks are
			actually the middle two.
Contents:
			Pink Turns To Blue				2:12
----------------------------------------------------------------------------
Artist:			Various (Wounded Knee)
Title:			King Kong #3
Format:                 7" EP
Label:			King Kong
Catalog Number:		KK03 [Sweden]
Date Recorded:		1992?
Release Date:		Late 1992/Early 1993
Time:
Notes:			Came with Swedish magazine (also called King Kong
			#3).  The 7"x7" magazine also serves as sleeve
			artwork.  "921008" inscribed in runout area, which
			presumably indicates the pressing date.  Limited
			edition of 1000.  Swedish hardcore band Wounded Knee
			began in 1985.
Contents:
			Deadly Skies
----------------------------------------------------------------------------
Artist:			Trip Shakespeare
Title:			Volt
Format:                 Album
Label:			Clean/Black Hole
Catalog Number:		CR 89248-2
Date Recorded:		Unknown
Release Date:		May 1993
Time:                   22:22
Notes:			Studio cover.  The "Helpless" cover also on this
			is Neil Young's, not Bob Mould's.
Contents:
			Dead Set On Destruction                         2:36
----------------------------------------------------------------------------
Artist:			Various
Title:			Dü Hüskers
Subtitle:		The Twin Cities Replay Zen Arcade
Format:                 Album (CD)
Label:			Synapse
Catalog Number:		SYN 002
Date Recorded:		Unknown
Release Date:		Jul 1993
Time:                   76:45
Notes:			All of Zen Arcade covered by various semi-obscure
			Minneapolis bands.
Contents:		
			Something I Learned Today (Hammerhead)          2:40
			Broken Home, Broken Heart (The Mighty Mofos)    2:20
			Never Talking To You Again (Prest Asbestus)     3:06
			Chartered Trips (Muskellunge)                   2:48
			Dreams Recurring (Lies Incorporated/TVBC)       1:45
			Indecision Time (Superball '63)                 2:07
			Hare Krsna (Dogfight)                           3:29
			Beyond The Threshold (God's Favorite Band)      2:03
			Pride (Pseudonymphs)                            1:40
			I'll Never Forget You (Salbando)                2:50
			The Biggest Lie (Dylan Hicks & 3 Pesos)         3:02
			What's Going On? (Janitor Joe)                  4:54
			Masochism World (Vertigo)                       2:46
			Standing By The Sea (ZuZu's Petals)             3:53
			Somewhere (Walt Mink)                           2:15
			One Step At A Time (Flour)                      1:53
			Pink Turns To Blue (The Blue Up?)               1:56
			Newest Industry (Balloon Guy)                   4:29
			Monday Will Never Be The Same (Willie Wisely Trio)
                                                                        1:09
			Whatever (Arcwelder)                            3:22
			The Tooth Fairy And The Princess (Teenage Larvae)
                                                                        3:59
			Turn On The News (Big Trouble House)            4:59
			Recurring Dreams (TVBC)                         9:13
			Eight Miles High (The Hang Ups)                 4:07
----------------------------------------------------------------------------
Artist:			The Hang Ups/Vertigo
Title:			Eight Miles High
Format:                 7"
Label:			Synapse
Catalog Number:		SYN 001
Date Recorded:		Unknown
Release Date:		Jul 1993
Time:
Notes:			Sleeve art spoofs original.  "Masochism World"
			is live version.  Tracks are the same as those
			on the Dü Hüskers CD above.
Contents:		
			Eight Miles High
			Masochism World
----------------------------------------------------------------------------
Artist:			ZuZu's Petals
Title:			Cinderella's Daydream
Format:                 12" EP (45rpm)/CD EP
Label:			Twin/Tone Records/Roadrunner Productions BV
Catalog Number:		RR 2384 3 [CD]
Date Recorded:		Unknown
Release Date:		Jul 1993
Time:			13:40
Notes:			Hüsker cover written by Grant, but miscredited to
			Bob.  Other songs besides title track are "God
			Cries" and "Human Being."
Contents:
			Standing By The Sea				3:52
----------------------------------------------------------------------------
Artist:			The Hang Ups
Title:			Comin' Through
Format:                 CD EP
Label:			Clean
Catalog Number:		CR 89250-2
Date Recorded:		Unknown
Release Date:		
Time:
Notes:			Same version of "Eight Miles High" as on
			Dü Hüskers CD and Hang Ups 7" above.
Contents:		
			Eight Miles High
----------------------------------------------------------------------------
Artist:			Richies
Title:			Don't Wanna Know If You Are Lonely
Format:                 CD EP
Label:			We Bite
Catalog Number:		1-097-2 (France release)
Date Recorded:		Dec 1992
Release Date:		1993
Time:			16:25
Notes:			Studio cover.  Same version appears on Case Closed
			compilation (see below).
Contents:
			Don't Want To Know If You Are Lonely            3:10
----------------------------------------------------------------------------
Artist:			Pray TV
Title:			Aftermath
Format:                 CD EP
Label:			Wasteland
Catalog Number:		WSLD 9203
Date Recorded:          Unknown
Release Date:		1993
Time:                   22:05
Notes:			Australian band.  Grant not credited.
Contents:
			Sorry Somehow                                   3:56
----------------------------------------------------------------------------
Artist:			In June
Title:			UNGAWA beepbeep
Format:                 Album
Label:			In June
Catalog Number:		IJR 004
Date Recorded:		Unknown
Release Date:		1993
Time: 			46:11
Notes:			Mellowed-out rendition with female lead vox (Kirsten
			Rian, who sings a little like Chrissie Hynde).
			The band appears to be from the Pacific Northwest,
			most likely Oregon.  There is little information in
			the liner notes and little energy in the songs.
Contents:
			I Apologize					4:31
----------------------------------------------------------------------------
Artist:			Various (Catherine Wheel)
Title:			The Adventure Club Sessions
Format:                 Compilation album (CD5)
Label:			Adventure Club
Catalog Number:		ACS001
Date Recorded:		Unknown
Release Date:		1993
Time: 			65:11
Notes:			Acoustic rendition, different from the version that
			appears on 30th Century Man, et al. This album is a
			compilation of live performances aired by Dallas
			radio station 94.5 The Edge and is a limited edition
			of 4000 sold for charity.

Contents:
			Don't Want To Know If You Are Lonely		3:30
----------------------------------------------------------------------------
Artist:			Subterfúgio
Title:			Subterfúgio
Format:                 Album (cassette only)
Label:			K7 Pirata
Catalog Number:		KP-004
Date Recorded:		Unknown
Release Date:		1993
Time:			Unknown
Notes:			Subterfúgio was a band from Lisbon, Portugal. Their
			self-titled cassette was a limited-edition project,
			more in the nature of a demo, intended for 
			distribution to friends and radio stations. There
			may still be additional information about the band
			at this link. The version of "Never Talking To You
			Again" in the video below is the same as the one on
			the cassette.
Contents:
			Never Talking To You Again			2:46

			
----------------------------------------------------------------------------
Artist:			Dandruff!!
Title:			Four Fifteen E
Format:                 Album
Label:			Top Hole Records
Catalog Number:		Top Hole 994 0182
Date Recorded:		Unknown
Release Date:		1993
Time:
Notes:			Song contains the line "I want Bob Mould in my
			coffee."
Contents:
			John Drinks Decaf
----------------------------------------------------------------------------
Artist:			Apple-O
Title:			Search!!
Format:                 Album (cassette only)
Label:			Search For Terrestrial Intelligence
Catalog Number:		STI 004
Date Recorded:		1992, 1993
Release Date:		1993?
Time:			40:19
Notes:			"Apple-O" is Apollo DeLucia, who did everything
			on this self-produced cassette album and threw in
			as bonus tracks all of Land Speed Record on side 2
			(where he calls himself Äpple-Ö).  The songs are
			all slowed down and mellowed out, so that this
			lasts twice as long as the Hüsker original.  High
			points include the reggae "I'm Not Interested," a
			warped and dissonant "Don't Have A Life," and a
			"Tired Of Doing Things" set to the lurching tempo
			of a drunken marching band.
Contents:
			All Tensed Up
                        Don't Try To Call
                        I'm Not Interested
                        Guns At My School   
                        Push The Button
                        Gilligan's Island
                        MTC
                        Don't Have A Life
                        Bricklayer
                        Tired Of Doing Things
                        You're Naive
                        Strange Week
                        Do The Bee
                        Big Sky
                        Ultracore
                        Let's Go Die
                        Data Control
----------------------------------------------------------------------------
Artist:			Braille Closet
Title:			Say Something
Format:                 7" single
Label:			Figurehead Records
Catalog Number:		fig015
Date Recorded:		18 Aug 1993
Release Date:		1993
Time:
Notes:			Studio cover, slightly speeded up, but otherwise
			unremarkable.  A-side is mid-tempo indie rock, also
			not particularly noteworthy.  Band was a four-piece
			from Orlando FL.
Contents:
			Hardly Getting Over It
----------------------------------------------------------------------------
Artist:			Pansy Division
Title:			The Nine Inch Males
Format:                 7" EP
Label:			Lookout
Catalog Number:		85
Date Recorded:		Sep 1993
Release Date:		Feb 1994
Time:
Notes:			Studio cover.
Contents:
			The Biggest Lie
----------------------------------------------------------------------------
Artist:			Various
Title:			Case Closed
Format:                 Album
Label:			Snoop Records
Catalog Number:		SR #C19 [Germany release]
Date Recorded:		Late 1993-Jan 1994
			Dec 1992*
Release Date:		Apr 1994
Time:                   72:10
Notes:			Distributed in the US by Rotz Records.  US price
			is about $18 (actually a bit cheaper than in
			Germany).  Released on red vinyl as well as CD
Contents:
			In A Free Land (NRA)                            3:02
			Dead Set On Destruction (Terry Hoax)            2:52
			Target (Sick Of It All)                         1:45
			Out On A Limb (Alloy)                           3:54
			Tell You Why Tomorrow (Mink Stole)              3:22
			I Apologize (Rubbermaids)                       3:35
			Something I Learned Today (Jonas Jinx)          1:32
			Too Far Down (Only Living Witness)              3:38
			New Day Rising (Motorpsycho)                    2:22
			The Biggest Lie (DI)                            2:26
			It's Not Funny Any More (Upset Noise)           2:04
			Turn On The News (Brzeszinski)                  4:25
			What's Going On? (2Bad)                         4:01
		       *Don't Want To Know If You Are Lonely (Richies)  3:07
			Hardly Getting Over It (Baysix)                 2:53
			Celebrated Summer (Big Drill Car)               3:17
			Makes No Sense At All (Balance)                 2:23
			Green Eyes (Gigantor)                           2:43
			Diane (The Strangemen)                          5:00
			Never Talking To You Again (Alison Ate)         2:14
			Ice Cold Ice (Vanilla Chainsaws)                5:20
			I'll Never Forget You (Engrained)               2:15
			No Reservations (Medfield M.A.)                 3:50
----------------------------------------------------------------------------
Artist:			Only Living Witness
Title:			Prone Mortal Form
Format:                 CD
Label:			Century Media
Catalog Number:		77073-2 [Germany]
Date Recorded:		Dec 1993
Release Date:		1994
Time:			50:52
Notes:			Recycled track from Case Closed tribute album.
			An odd note among mostly metalloid offerings.
Contents:
			Too Far Down					3:48
----------------------------------------------------------------------------
Artist:			Boxhamsters
Title:			Weilo Goes To Geldverdienen
Format:                 7"
Label:			Bad Moon Records
Catalog Number:		BAD 021 [FRG release]
Date Recorded:		Unknown
Release Date:		1994
Time:
Notes:			Bonus 7" with vinyl Prinz Albert LP (BAD 020)
Contents:
			Pink Turns To Blue
----------------------------------------------------------------------------
Artist:			Mold
Title:			Sonic Youth At Disney World
Format:                 CD EP
Label:			Funky Mushroom
Catalog Number:		FM-038
Date Recorded:		1993
Release Date:		Aug 1994
Time:                   14:36
Notes:			Sarcastic Mould "tribute" story/song on this EP.
Contents:
			Bob Mould Hates Me                              4:20
----------------------------------------------------------------------------
Artist:			Benalto
Title:			I'm A Little Teapot                 **out of print**
Format:                 Album (CD5)
Label:			Hotel Benalto
Catalog Number:		5
Date Recorded:		Jun 1994
Release Date:		Aug 1994
Time:                   
Notes:			Different "Grant Hart" from the Posies version.  You
			can view the lyrics here (you'll need to scroll down
			a bit once you get there).  One-shot release of
			500 vinyl, 200 cassette copies.
Contents:
			Grant Hart					3:33
----------------------------------------------------------------------------
Artist:			"Dü Hüskers"
Title:			[None]
Format:                 Cassette [unreleased]
Label:			[None]
Catalog Number:		[None]
Date:			17 Sep 1994
Notes:			Live performance (CBGB, New York NY) by tribute band
			consisting of Zack Throne on vocals/guitar, Jimmy 
			Ilario on bass, and Charlie Benante (Anthrax drummer)
			on drums.  Guest vocal by Scott Ian of Anthrax on
			"Punch Drunk."  Guitar work is amazingly accurate.
Contents:
			New Day Rising
			I Apologize
			Standing In The Rain
			Erase Today
			Everything Falls Apart
			If I Told You
			Folklore
			Punch Drunk
			Eiffel Tower High
			Don't Want To Know If You Are Lonely
			Makes No Sense At All
			Could You Be The One?
			Chartered Trips
			Friend, You've Got To Fall
			Something I Learned Today
			No Reservations
			In A Free Land
			Celebrated Summer
----------------------------------------------------------------------------
Artist:			Various
Title:			There's A Boy Who Lives On Heaven Hill
Format:                 CD EP
Label:			Burning Heart
Catalog Number:		BHR 009 [Sweden release]
Release Date:		Oct 1994
Time: 			15:16
Notes:			
Contents:
			Pink Turns To Blue (Sator)			2:56
			Back From Somewhere (Merryland)			2:28
			Visionary (Popsicle)				3:04
			Don't Want To Know If You Are Lonely (Fireside) 3:37
			The Girl Who Lives On Heaven Hill (Ledfoot)     3:11
----------------------------------------------------------------------------
Artist:			Killbilly
Title:			Foggy Mountain Anarchy
Format:                 Album
Label:			Crystal Clear Sound
Catalog Number:		CCR 9451-2
Date Recorded:		1993
Release Date:		1994
Time: 			47:39
Notes:			Banjo on "Hare Krsna?"
Contents:
			Hare Krsna                                      3:12
----------------------------------------------------------------------------
Artist:			Treadmill Trackstar
Title:			Excessive Use Of The Passive Voice
Format:                 Album
Label:			Raging Rose
Catalog Number:		RRR10001
Date Recorded:		02 Apr 1994
Release Date:		1994
Time: 			65:31
Notes:			The cover of "Too Far Down" starts out as a grunt-
			for-grunt emulation of Bob's rendition by principal
			Trackstar Angelo Gianni, then goes rockout.  Overall
			this acoustically-dominated album is pleasant enough,
			with a retro feel to the louder tracks.  A couple of
			songs feature only acoustic guitar and cello as backing
			instruments, and on these the band sounds uncannily
			like (Mould-influenced) Jason & Alison.  The 30-minute
			final track consists of a three-minute song, followed
			by a few minutes of silence, followed by Gianni doing
			readings of his stories and, I guess, poetry.
Contents:
			Too Far Down					3:51
----------------------------------------------------------------------------
Artist:			Kerbdog
Title:			Kerbdog (Dry Riser)
Format:                 CD single
Label:			Vertigo
Catalog Number:		VERCX 83 [UK]
Date Recorded:		Unknown
Release Date:		1994
Time: 			8:42
Notes:			There are four versions of Dry Riser.  This
                        is the only one with "New Day Rising" on it.  The
                        others (a limited edition CD and two 7" singles)
                        have different B-sides.  Nice, faithful rendition.
			This EP also includes, in addition to the title
			track, a full-speed-ahead cover of "Suspect Device."
Contents:
			New Day Rising					2:29
----------------------------------------------------------------------------
Artist:			Peyton Place
Title:			Peyton Place
Format:                 Album (CD)
Label:			Columbia
Catalog Number:		476 974 2 [Norway release]
Date Recorded:		Unknown
Release Date:		1994
Time: 			42:39
Notes:			Countryish stuff sung in perfect, southern-accented
                        English by this Oslo band.  Kristin Solli, singing
                        lead on "She Floated Away," sounds like an honorary
                        member of the Carter Family...or at least the
                        Walkabouts.
Contents:
			She Floated Away                                3:33
----------------------------------------------------------------------------
Artist:			Lotion
Title:			Lotion
Format:                 CD EP
Label:			Big Cat Records
Catalog Number:		ABB66SCD [UK release]
Date Recorded:		Unknown
Release Date:		1994
Time:			20:00
Notes:			Very interesting and oddly engaging rendition of
			REM's "Gardening At Night" and Hüsker Dü's "Flip
			Your Wig" sung together at counterpoint.
Contents:
			Gardening Your Wig				4:32
----------------------------------------------------------------------------
Artist:			Lotion
Title:			Universal Buzz Radio
Format:                 Syndicated Radio Program (CD)
Label:			
Catalog Number:		
Date Recorded:		1994
Release Date:		1994
Time:			
Notes:			Live Lotion concert from Rochester NY syndicated for
			college radio broadcast.  Features live version of
			"Gardening Your Wig" (see above).
Contents:
			Gardening Your Wig
----------------------------------------------------------------------------
Artist:			NRA
Title:			Access Only
Format:                 Album (CD5)
Label:			Bitzcore Records
Catalog Number:		1693 [Germany]
Date Recorded:		Nov 1993
Release Date:		1994
Time: 			35:29
Notes:			Same track as on Case Closed.
			Good solid punkpop album, with obvious Hüsker
			influences.
Contents:
			In A Free Land					3:01
----------------------------------------------------------------------------
Artist:			Pansy Division
Title:			Pile Up
Format:                 Album (CD5/cassette)
Label:			Lookout
Catalog Number:		110CD
Date Recorded:		Sep 1993
Release Date:		Feb 1995
Time:			49:04
Notes:			Compilation of singles, b-sides, etc.  Mould cover
			originally released on The Nine Inch Males 7".
Contents:
			The Biggest Lie					1:45
----------------------------------------------------------------------------
Artist:			Starbilly
Title:			Master Vibrator
Format:                 Album
Label:			Buzz
Catalog Number:		008
Date Recorded:		Fall 1994
Release Date:		1995
Time: 			38:50
Notes:			Studio cover.  Also released on Unmistakable Tick
			7" (see below).
Contents:
			Diane                                           7:47
----------------------------------------------------------------------------
Artist:			Starbilly
Title:			Unmistakable Tick
Format:                 7" single
Label:			Buzz
Catalog Number:		001
Date Recorded:		Fall 1994
Release Date:		1995
Time: 			
Notes:			Studio cover on B-side
Contents:
			Diane
----------------------------------------------------------------------------
Artist:			Robert Forster
Title:			I Had A New York Girlfriend
Format:                 Album
Label:			Beggars Banquet
Catalog Number:		92482-2
Date Recorded:		1994
Release Date:		1995
Time: 			39:03
Notes:			Album of cover songs evocative of the "Golden
			Throats" series.  See also 2541 CD EP below.
Contents:
			2541                                            3:47
----------------------------------------------------------------------------
Artist:			Robert Forster
Title:			2541
Format:                 CD EP
Label:			Beggars Banquet
Catalog Number:		BBQ 38 CD [UK release]
Date Recorded:		1994
Release Date:		1995?
Time: 			Unknown
Notes:			Four-song EP.
Contents:
			2541                                            3:47
----------------------------------------------------------------------------
Artist:			Superdrag
Title:			N.A. Kicker
Format:                 7"
Label:			Arena Rock
Catalog Number:		001
Date Recorded:		1994?
Release Date:		1995
Time: 			
Notes:			Song was released on CD as a track on the singles
			compilation Stereo 360 Sound in 1998 (see below).
Contents:
			Diane
----------------------------------------------------------------------------
Artist:			Sebadoh
Title:			...In Tokyo
Format:                 Album
Label:			Bolide Records
Catalog Number:		P300505-3 [holographic number on CD]
Date Recorded:		06 Jul 1994
Release Date:		Feb 1995
Time: 			73:10
Notes:			Live cover.  CD is a bootleg of sorts, but was
			released with permission from the band.
Contents:
			What's Going On?                                2:29
----------------------------------------------------------------------------
Artist:			Beat Godivas
Title:			Jerkwater Towns
Format:                 CD5
Label:			Strange Ways Records/Indigo
Catalog Number:		Indigo 1186-2 [Germany]
Date Recorded:		Unknown
Release Date:		1995
Time: 			50:07
Notes:			Guitar-driven midtempo indie rock from a now
			presumed defunct Berlin band.  Country-rock
			influences on a few tracks.  Vocals are a bit
			strained at times.  Nice keyboards on the Grant
			Hart cover.
Contents:
			2541                                            4:31
----------------------------------------------------------------------------
Artist:			Therapy?
Title:			Diane
Format:                 CD EP
Label:			A&M
Catalog Number:		581 293-2
Date Recorded:		1995?
Release Date:		Late 1995
Time: 			13:19
Notes:			Slow, drony version.
Contents:
			Diane                                           4:03
----------------------------------------------------------------------------
Artist:			22 Brides
Title:			Heartbreak A Stranger
Format:                 CD single
Label:			Zero Hour
Catalog Number:		ZH2011-2
Date Recorded:		Unknown
Release Date:		Dec? 1995
Time: 			7:12
Notes:			Lively, very pretty version.
Contents:
			Heartbreak A Stranger				4:17
----------------------------------------------------------------------------
Artist:			Lifetime
Title:			Hello Bastards
Format:                 Album (CD/LP)
Label:			Jade Tree Records
Catalog Number:		JT1021
Date Recorded:		May-Jun 1995
Release Date:		Late? 1995
Time: 			22:57
Notes:			Straight cover.  Punk rock lives.
Contents:
			It's Not Funny Any More                         2:03
----------------------------------------------------------------------------
Artist:			Farside
Title:			Farside
Format:                 EP (CD/cassette)
Label:			Revelation
Catalog Number:		Rev:45
Date Recorded:		Nov 1994
Release Date:		Late 1995
Time: 			24:48
Notes:			Hüsker cover is first of two hidden tracks, a
                        pretty, acoustic version.
Contents:
			Hardly Getting Over It                          4:57
----------------------------------------------------------------------------
Artist:			Catherine Wheel
Title:			Waydown
Format:                 CD EP
Label:			Fontana/Mercury
Catalog Number:		422 856 805-2 [Canada]
Date Recorded:		Unknown
Release Date:		1995
Time:			19:44
Notes:			Studio cover.  Same version as appears on 30th
			Century Man above.  Also includes the cover of
			"That's When I Reach For My Revolver."  Content may
			be the same as the Balloon CD EP above.
Contents:
			Don't Want To Know If You Are Lonely		3:30
----------------------------------------------------------------------------
Artist:			Saturnine
Title:			Summer Was A Waste
Format:                 7" single
Label:			Dirt Records
Catalog Number:		DRT 22
Date Recorded:		Unknown
Release Date:		Feb 1996
Time: 			
Notes:			Hüsker cover on B-side.
Contents:		
			Pink Turns To Blue				2:22
----------------------------------------------------------------------------
Artist:			Posies
Title:			Amazing Disgrace
Format:                 Album
Label:			Geffen Records
Catalog Number:		DGCD-24829
Date Recorded:		Unknown
Release Date:		Aug? 1996
Time: 			2:24/49:16
Notes:			Serious tribute to Grant.  Also available on:  the
			promo sampler titled Randy Leasure's Posies CD
			Sampler, released on Geffen in 1996; a live Posies
			album (CD, LP) titled Alive Before The Iceberg;
			and a Swedish singles/B-sides compilation CD titled
			Passing The Posies.
Contents:		
			Grant Hart                                      2:24
----------------------------------------------------------------------------
Artist:			Marshall Crenshaw
Title:			Miracle Of Science
Format:                 Album (CD/cassette)
Label:			Razor & Tie
Catalog Number:		RT 2823-2
Date Recorded:		1996
Release Date:		Oct 1996
Time: 			48:13
Notes:			Studio cover.
Contents:
			2541                                            3:22
----------------------------------------------------------------------------
Artist:			Jolt
Title:			Emily/Eiffel Tower High
Format:                 7" single
Label:			Rhetoric Records
Catalog Number:		015
Date Recorded:		10 Feb 1995
Release Date:		1996
Time: 			
Notes:			Studio cover.  Pink vinyl.
Contents:
			Eiffel Tower High
----------------------------------------------------------------------------
Artist:			Anthrax
Title:			Fueled
Format:                 CD EP
Label:			Elektra
Catalog Number:		7559-66072-2 [Germany]
Date Recorded:		Unknown
Release Date:		1996
Time: 			12:03
Notes:			Three-song CD EP.  Less rare (and consequently
			cheaper) than the Japan version (see below).
			Remarkably faithful cover of the NDR version.
Contents:
			Celebrated Summer				4:24
----------------------------------------------------------------------------
Artist:			Anthrax
Title:			Fueled
Format:                 CD EP
Label:			WEA/Elektra
Catalog Number:		WPCR-599 [Japan]
Date Recorded:		Unknown
Release Date:		Mar? 1996
Time: 			
Notes:			Seven-song CD EP, Japan-only release. Japanese
			mantle; Japanese/English lyric insert.
Contents:
			Celebrated Summer				4:26
----------------------------------------------------------------------------
Artist:			Furnaceface
Title:			unsafe@anyspeed
Format:                 Album (CD5)
Label:			Cargo Records
Catalog Number:		card1029 [Canada release]
Date Recorded:		1996?
Release Date:		Fall 1996
Time: 			39:55
Notes:			Out of print?  The song in question is apparently
			only an indirect tribute to Grant.  Kieran Grant
			wrote in a 31 Oct 1996 Toronto Sun article:

			  A political song on unsafe@anyspeed about the
			  not-so-blissful domestic affair between Ontario
			  and Quebec became Ode To Grant Hart, named for
			  the Minneapolitan Husker Du drummer. 
 
                          "It sounded like something Grant Hart would've
                          written," says Mr. Poopyhead. "And the chorus,
                          `I don't know what she's crying for,' made a
			  lousy title. 
 
                          "We always have these rough songs with working
                          titles, and every record has at least one Husker
                          Du Song." 

                          Mr. Poopyhead is thrilled to hear that the song
                          resembles a Huskers tune enough to actually
                          warrant the title. Which is not a common thing
                          amongst musicians who usually hate any
                          comparisons to their work, let alone make their
                          own comparisons. 

			Oddly enough, it could be argued the song itself
			owes more to Mould than Hart:  the main verse riff
			has been appropriated from "Flip Your Wig" and the
			chorus line quoted in the article above is more
			than a little reminiscent (melodically as well as
			lyrically) of "I don't even know what I'm crying
			for" from the chorus of "Could You Be The One?"
			Overall, the album is solid punkpop, sounding a
			lot like the Doughboys.  Digipak.
Contents:
			Ode To Grant Hart				2:55
----------------------------------------------------------------------------
Artist:			Floating Opera
Title:			Everybody's Somebody's Monster
Format:                 Album (CD5)
Label:			-ismist Recordings
Catalog Number:		-ism CD 0028
Date Recorded:		Unknown
Release Date:		1996
Time: 			37:36
Notes:			Lincoln, Nebraska band with 4ADish overtones.  Three
			different female lead singers (Lori Allison sounds a
			lot like Sandy Denny), keyboards, cello, subdued
			guitars.  Very nice stuff.  Heidi Ore sings lead
			on the drastically slowed-down Mould cover, backed
			by Richard Rebarber's piano and Jon Taylor's guitar
			accents.
Contents:
			Makes No Sense At All				4:40
----------------------------------------------------------------------------
Artist:			Various (Big Drill Car)
Title:			Keep The Beat
Format:                 Album (CD5)
Label:			Hairball 8 Records
Catalog Number:		HB8-001
Date Recorded:		Early 1994
Release Date:		1996
Time: 			64:43
Notes:			Same track that was earlier released on Case Closed.
			Frank from Big Drill Car discusses the song in the
			liner notes:  "This one's from a session in early
			94.  Recorded for a German HUSKER DU comp that we
			never got copies of.  We're releasing it on this
			comp in hopes of getting copies of it.  At the time,
			BIG DRILL CAR was on hiatus.  Keith our drummer was
			in Santa Fe and our bassist Darren was in Tahiti.
			So Mark and I decided to throw something together
			with Josh Freeze since we were all HUSKER DU fans.
			Mark already knew the songs begin to finish.  I
			learned the bass parts and booked recording time at
			Chris's Control World in Costa Mesa.  A few short
			takes later and you end up with a sonic feast fit
			for the most astute HUSKER or BIG DRILL fan."
Contents:
			Celebrated Summer				3:16
----------------------------------------------------------------------------
Artist:			NRA
Title:			Access To Surf City Amsterdam Only
Format:                 Album (CD5)
Label:			Offtime Records
Catalog Number:		OT9110
Date Recorded:		Nov 1993
Release Date:		1996
Time: 			40:35
Notes:			US reissue, more or less, of German release (first 9
			tracks are the same; after that the two albums
			diverge).  Same track as on Case Closed.
Contents:
			In A Free Land					3:01
----------------------------------------------------------------------------
Artist:			The Pride
Title:			Lipstick Traces
Format:                 Album (CD5)
Label:			Blue Rose Records
Catalog Number:		BLU CD 022 [FRG release]
Date Recorded:		Dec 1994-Sep 1995
Release Date:		1996
Time: 			50:12
Notes:			This album of tuneful guitar pop features not just
			one but two versions of Grant Hart's "She's A
			Woman (And Now He Is A Man)."  The first is a
			lilting, countryish interpretation; the second a
			more rollicking, also countryish interpretation
			(both are outstanding).
Contents:
			She's A Woman ["Farfisa Version"]		3:38
			She's A Woman ["Electric Version"]		3:20
----------------------------------------------------------------------------
Artist:			Screamfeeder
Title:			Gravity
Format:                 CD EP
Label:			Hypnotized
Catalog Number:		HIP024 [Australia]
Date Recorded:		1996?
Release Date:		Dec 1996
Time: 			13:10
Notes:			Four-song EP featuring  Hüsker and Come covers that
			eventually found their way onto the Home Age album.
Contents:
			Keep Hanging On					3:04
----------------------------------------------------------------------------
Artist:			Tres Kids
Title:			Tres Kids
Format:                 7"
Label:			Bear Records
Catalog Number:		4
Date Recorded:		15 Jul 1997
Release Date:		1997
Time: 			
Notes:			Straight hardcore from this Athens GA band, now
			apparently defunct.  Nine tracks on this 45rpm EP,
			a few of which are sound bites from movies, toilet
			noises, and the like.
Contents:
			Obnoxious					 :43
----------------------------------------------------------------------------
Artist:			Screamfeeder
Title:			Gravity
Format:                 7"
Label:			
Catalog Number:		Unknown
Date Recorded:		Unknown
Release Date:		1997?
Time: 			
Notes:			Presumed out of print.  "Keep Hanging On" reissued
			as one of the tracks on the 1999 Home Age album.
			The CD EP was apparently released in Dec 1996; this
			7" may have been released at that time as well.
Contents:
			Keep Hanging On
----------------------------------------------------------------------------
Artist:			Junkie XL
Title:			Saturday Teenage Kick
Format:                 7"/CD EP
Label:			Roadrunner
Catalog Number:		RR 2245-3 (CD) [Europe -- NL?]
Date Recorded:		Unknown
Release Date:		1997
Time: 			19:22
Notes:			Dutch band.  Rap-style song contains a sample of the
                        guitar intro to "Divide And Conquer" (repeated over
                        and over during the "chorus").  The live version
                        (on the EP) uses the sample significantly less.
Contents:
			Saturday Teenage Kick                           3:45
			Saturday Teenage Kick (live)                    5:51
----------------------------------------------------------------------------
Artist:			Various
Title:			A Good Idea
Format:                 Album (cassette)
Label:			None (fan project)
Catalog Number:		None
Date Recorded:		Early 1997
Release Date:		May 1997
Time: 			
Notes:			This is a compilation of Bob Mould cover songs
                        performed by subscribers to the Sugar internet mailing
                        list, assembled by Mark Bell of Toronto.  A limited
                        number (I think "2" qualifies as "limited") were
                        pressed to CD.
Contents:
                        Teresa Lewis describes the tracks as follows:

                        Come Around (Perihelion):  what might have happened
                          if Bob had been on a mellow rather than manic kick
                          while recording Beaster.  I.e., "I've done
                          my share of pot...I've done my share of weed..."

                        Hoover Dam (Jeff Hoppe):  a banjo (?) solo from space
                          and a vocal that for some reason reminds me of Ween
                          (sorry, Jeff!).

                        Eiffel Tower High (The Intentions):  very close to
                          CAG version, if a little looser.  A fun romp through
                          one of my personal favorite Hüsker songs.

                        Ice Cold Ice (Kevin Keller):  dense layers of electric
                          guitars, a drum machine (?) that captures Grant's
                          outro, and a cool acoustic guitar straight out of
                          "Classical Gas."

                        Explode And Make Up (Justin And Robert):  what it might
                          sound like if Bob could hire his alter-ego to do
                          guitar solos during acoustic gigs.

                        Afraid Of Being Wrong (Test Pattern):  Yes!  somebody
                          had to cover earlier Bob as a reminder of where this
                          all came from.  Loud, tight and very professional.

                        JC Auto (Mark Bell):  Whoa.  Samples from the cult
                          movie "The Wicker Man" are just the beginning.  It
                          sorta grows on you.

                        Slick (Pierre Parrant):  "sensitive" chord changes,
                          Gregorian chanting and squealing tires recorded not
                          far from HD's birthplace; it's karma.

                        Gee Angel (Madison Avenue):  I imagine this would've
                          been the hüsker's approach to this song, had
                          they had the chance.  Revved up, with big shout-along
                          vocals (always a plus).

                        Powerline (Neil Tergett):  layers and layers of
                          crackling electricity.  Plus you can understand the
                          words for a change.

                        After All The Roads Have Led To Nowhere (Vote For
                          Noah):  fast, intimate (can these coexist?).  With
                          a passionate vocal.

                        Clownmaster (Just Pi):  Sugar goes garage--viva los
                          early sixties.

                        Dreaming I Am (Starts With S):  a totally radical
                          arrangement, using cello, piano, and mandolin (yes!!)
                          to turn bob into chamber music, without the potential
                          boredom factor.  Beautiful.

                        These Important Years (Cynical Spin):  if HD had been
                          on good enough terms to go camping together during
                          Warehouse and rehearse around the fire, this
                          would've been it.

                        Too Far Down (Bartt Richards):  pared-down, powerful
                          guitarwork and a vocal that gets at the heart of the
                          song without being exploitive.  not an easy thing.

----------------------------------------------------------------------------
Artist:			Farside
Title:			Unknown
Format:                 Unknown
Label:			Unknown
Catalog Number:		Unknown
Date Recorded:		Unknown
Release Date:		1997?
Time: 			
Notes:			Existence unconfirmed.
Contents:
			Too Far Down
----------------------------------------------------------------------------
Artist:			Splitsville
Title:			Ultrasound
Format:                 Album
Label:			Big Deal Records
Catalog Number:		9037-2
Date Recorded:		Sep 1996
Release Date:		Jun 1997
Time: 			31:37
Notes:			For some reason, there seems to be consensus that
                        the song "Hüsker Dü" is about the game, rather than
                        the band, but the lyrics suggest otherwise; the
                        following is from the Splitsville website:

                                          HUSKER DU
                            The summer was not too bad
                            The winter was not much worse
                            Remember the times we had
                            Is there nothin' to make this work ?
                             
                            Do you remember ? 
                             
                            You said this was just a game
                            I said you were much to kind
                            And what is it in a name ?
                            You said that's not hard to find
                             
                            Do you remember ? 
                            Sometimes I forget myself
                             
                            The drummer was not too bad
                            The singer was not much worse
                            I'm feeling like I've been had
                            There is nothing to make this work
                             
                            Do you remember . . . .
     
                        Band evolved from Greenberry Woods.  Album also
                        includes a song called "The Kids Who Kill For Sugar,"
                        which does not appear to be a reference to the band.
Contents:
			Hüsker Dü                                       1:38
----------------------------------------------------------------------------
Artist:			KPOP
Title:			KPOP
Format:                 Album
Label:			Nub Records
Catalog Number:		BGUM 0012
Date Recorded:		Aug-Nov 1996
Release Date:		1997
Time: 			25:16
Notes:			Female-vocal-driven alterna-pop from Norman OK.  It
			breaks no new ground, but is often catchy.  In its
			punkier moments the band evokes Sleater-Kinney.
			The tribute to Bob is a fairly nice mid-tempo rocker
			written by main songwriter Jennifer Abbott, who also
			handles the vocals.  Here's an attempt to decipher
			the lyrics (how many song-title references can you
			spot?):

			  Candied apple in a red hot spotlight
			  You don't have to tell us what you did last night
			  By the sea you made your love to me, yeah
			  With a capital P[?] that rhymes with B
			  And that stands for... Bobby Mould

			  Ooh-ooh scudaloo
			  Your su-sugar cu-ube is
			  Bah-dobba-doo [?]

			  Lone actress helpless without lines
			  What'll I do if I can't change your mind
			  All I need is a fortune teller
			  With a capital T that rhymes with B
			  And that stands for...

			  [repeat 1st verse/chorus]

Contents:		
			Bob Mould					2:20
----------------------------------------------------------------------------
Artist:			Various
Title:			Land Speed Sonic
Format:                 Album
Label:			Berserk Records
Catalog Number:		BK 001 [Italy release]
Date Recorded:		Unknown
Release Date:		1997
Time:                   44:31
Notes:			An engaging collection of Hüsker covers by an
			assortment of Italian bands.  Most of the renditions
			are pretty faithful to the originals, but there are
			a few eyebrow-raisers like Shock Treatment's "Too
			Much Spice," for which they apparently decided to
			make up their own tune, and Burning Defeat's
			acoustic today-was-my-first-guitar-lesson version
			of "I Apologize."  Some of the musicianship is
			indeed crude, and the English is occasionally
			endearingly fractured, but the participants'
			affection for Hüsker Dü is plain.  And how could
			anyone not like not like a band (Lomas) whose
			members are called Bitto, Bambo, Mucci and Fox?
Contents:
			Punch Drunk (Cripple Bastards)			 :30
			First Of The Last Calls	(Kina)			3:04
			Ice Cold Ice (Lomas)				3:52
			Too Much Spice (Shock Treatment)		2:10
			I'm Not Interested (Acredine)			1:14
			Signals From Above (Sottopressione)		1:43
			Find Me (Punch Line)				3:53
			Something I Learned Today (Tempo Zero)		2:12
			In A Free Land (Kina)				3:06
			I Apologize (Burning Defeat)			2:05
			All Tensed Up (Acredine)			1:23
			The Girl Who Lives On Heaven Hill
						 (Cripple Bastards)	3:11
			I'll Never Forget You (Sottopressione)		2:09
			Standing By The Sea (Burning Defeat)		3:10
			Flip Your Wig (Lomas)				2:16
			Celebrated Summer (Punch Line)			3:49
			Everything Falls Apart (Tempo Zero)		1:41
			New Day Rising (Shock Treatment)		3:03
----------------------------------------------------------------------------
Artist:			Screamfeeder
Title:			High Cs
Format:                 CD single
Label:			Hypnotized
Catalog Number:		HIP032 [Australia]
Date Recorded:		Nov 1997
Release Date:		12 Jan 1998
Time: 			9:13
Notes:			B-side song samples Bob Mould saying "They don't
			mean anything at all" (from the Warehouse Interview
			promo 12") at 1:42 and 2:39.
Contents:
			The Rat & The Goldfish				3:21
----------------------------------------------------------------------------
Artist:			Gutta Percha
Title:			16 Millimeters
Format:                 CD5
Label:			Plasma Records
Catalog Number:		Unknown
Date Recorded:		Unknown
Release Date:		Feb? 1998
Time: 			
Notes:			Minneapolis band.  CD cover art is playable on a
			record turntable and features an extra song, a
			rather unusual gimmick.
Contents:
			What About Bob Mould?
----------------------------------------------------------------------------
Artist:			Sidecar
Title:			Take A Loss...
Format:                 Album
Label:			What Else? Records
Catalog Number:		WE#17.0
Date Recorded:		Late 1997-early 1998
Release Date:		15 May 1998
Time: 			40:28
Notes:			Pretty conventional punk rock from this Dayton, Ohio
			band. The Hüsker cover, which is the last song
			listed, is slightly more punkified than the
			original on Warehouse.  Designated as an "e.p. and
			then some," the CD contains eight more unlisted
			bonus tracks, including a Boston cover and a bunch
			of live songs.
Contents:		
			Standing In The Rain				2:25
----------------------------------------------------------------------------
Artist:			Anthrax
Title:			Stomp 442
Format:                 CD5
Label:			Victor
Catalog Number:		VICP-60321 [Japan]
Date Recorded:		Unknown
Release Date:		Sep 1998
Time: 			
Notes:			Japan-only rerelease of US album, with six bonus
			tracks, one of which is the Hüsker cover.  CDNOW
			lists a different Japanese reissue with only one
			(non-Hüsker) bonus track, but identical artwork.
			Confusing.
Contents:
			Celebrated Summer
----------------------------------------------------------------------------
Artist:			Various (Blackstar)
Title:			Peaceville X
Format:                 CD compilation
Label:			Peaceville
Catalog Number:		CD VILE77
Date Recorded:		Unknown
Release Date:		1998
Time: 			56:34
Notes:			Digipack 10 year anniversary release with cover
                        tracks by Peaceville artists.  Song later
			released as bonus track on Barbed Wire Soul
			reissue.
Contents:
			The Girl Who Lives On Heaven Hill		2:47
----------------------------------------------------------------------------
Artist:			Heavens To Murgatroid
Title:			...and the planets keep spinning
Format:                 CD
Label:			BAM Records
Catalog Number:		None
Date Recorded:		1998?
Release Date:		1998
Time: 			40:25
Notes:			Portsmouth NH band Heavens To Murgatroid had a
			good run in the 90s, disbanding not too long after
			this album was released.  This "Divide And Conquer"
			cover doesn't quite soar like the original, but is
			still an enjoyable listen because of the dual
			guitars and alternating vocals.
Contents:
			Divide And Conquer				3:12
----------------------------------------------------------------------------
Artist:			The Crowd Scene
Title:			[Unknown]
Format:                 CD 
Label:			Unknown
Catalog Number:		Unknown
Date Recorded:		Unknown
Release Date:		1998
Time: 			
Notes:			Lyrics in German for yuks.
Contents:
			Makes No Sense At All
----------------------------------------------------------------------------
Artist:			Various
Title:			Good Idea 1998
Format:                 CD 
Label:			None
Catalog Number:		None
Date Recorded:		Various times during 1998
Release Date:		Oct 1998
Time: 			31:16
Notes:			Second in a "series" of compilations of songs
			performed by subscribers to the Internet Sugar
			mailing list.  This one was not limited to Hüsker-
			related covers, and, in fact, includes only the two
			listed below.  The seven original numbers, however,
			almost all owe something to the Hüsker influence.
			Compiled and mastered by Keith Lee at his studio,
			The Grotto, St Paul MN.
Contents:		
			Green Eyes (Steve Shaw & Keith Lee)
			Eternally Fried (Eliot)
----------------------------------------------------------------------------
Artist:			Superdrag
Title:			Stereo 360 Sound
Format:                 Album (CD)
Label:			Superdrag Sound Laboratories
Catalog Number:		SSL 0001
Date Recorded:		1994?
Release Date:		Late 1998
Time: 			
Notes:			Compilation of the band's singles.
Contents:
			Diane
----------------------------------------------------------------------------
Artist:			Everready
Title:			Festavus For The Restavus
Format:                 Album (CD)
Label:			Cool Guy Records
Catalog Number:		CGR013
Date Recorded:		1998?
Release Date:		Late 1998
Time: 			72:23/35:44
Notes:			MRR-style California punk band.  Reasonably faithful
			cover, but with buzzier guitar.
Contents:
			Diane						3:09
----------------------------------------------------------------------------
Artist:			Fireside
Title:			Hello Kids
Format:                 Double album (2xCD)
Label:			Startracks
Catalog Number:		STAR 7034-2
Date Recorded:		Jan 1994
Release Date:		1998
Time: 			
Notes:			Same track that appears on the 1994 compilation
			There's A Boy Who Lives On Heaven Hill.
Contents:
			Don't Wanna Know If You're Lonely [sic]		3:38
----------------------------------------------------------------------------
Artist:                 Bellibone
Title:			My Strange Autumn
Format:                 Album (CD)
Label:                  Orchid Records
Catalog Number:         Unknown [FRG]
Date Recorded:          Unknown
Release Date:           1998
Time:
Notes:                  Studio cover.  Its inclusion on My Strange Autumn
			(evidently the only Bellibone release) is not
			confirmed, but there is no doubt of its actual
			existence:  there's an MP3 sample of it here
Contents:
			Pink Turns To Blue
----------------------------------------------------------------------------
Artist:                 Face to Face
Title:			Standards & Practices
Format:                 Album (CD)
Label:                  Vagrant/Lady Luck
Catalog Number:         LL05/VR338
Date Recorded:          1998?
Release Date:           1999
Time:
Notes:                  All cover songs, recorded during Ignorance Is Bliss
			sessions.  Seems to be a Japan-only release, but was
			available by mail order from the Vagrant website
			until mid-2000.
Contents:
			Helpless                                        2:54
----------------------------------------------------------------------------
Artist:                 Mother Brothers
Title:			Rosa Rugosa
Format:                 Album (CD)
Label:                  Corn Boy Records
Catalog Number:         CBCD001
Date Recorded:          1999
Release Date:           Late 1999
Time:			34:23
Notes:                  "Wheels" is in fact quite typical of the bass-driven
			stuff on this album.  Shades of the Minutemen as
			well.
Contents:
			Wheels						1:51
----------------------------------------------------------------------------
Artist:			Screamfeeder
Title:			Home Age
Format:                 Album (CD5)
Label:			Hypnotized/Shock Records
Catalog Number:		HIP035 [Australia]
Date Recorded:		1996-1997
Release Date:		Late 1999
Time: 			33:27
Notes:			Dead ringer for the Hüsker version until the vocals
			cut in.  This is the same version of "Keep Hanging
			On" that was initially released as a 7" single
			and CD EP in late 1996.  Nice cover of Come's "Off
			To One Side" on this album too.
Contents:
			Keep Hanging On					3:01
----------------------------------------------------------------------------
Artist:			Semisonic
Title:			Closing Time
Format			CD single
Label:			MCA
Catalog Number:		MCSTD 40221/155645-2
Date Recorded:		1997?
Release Date:		1999
Time: 			12:36
Notes:			Teresa Lewis wrote in Dec 1997: "Semisonic [...]
                        have a song that's obliquely about Bob on their
			next record.  (This was confirmed by the immensely
			talented guitarist in the band who wrote it.)"

			The song in question was eventually released as a
			b-side on this CD single (Closing Time).  The
			guitarist/songwriter in question is Dan Wilson.
			Is the song about Bob, obliquely or otherwise?
			Here are the lyrics; you be the judge:

			  Well the one man band is on his way again
			  After all the leaves have turned
			  And a long way around it is his only friend
			  After all his bridges have burned

			  He says bye, bye, baby bye bye
			  Now he's going away for good
			  Bye, bye, baby bye bye
			  Better do like you should
			  Yeah, you better be good now

			  There's a lot more sugar and a lot less snow
			  In the places where he needs to go
			  There's a long, long list of everywhere but home
			  And that's exactly where he's dying to roam
			  
			  He says bye, bye, baby bye bye
			  Yes he's going away for good
			  Bye, bye, baby bye bye
			  Better do like you should
			  Everybody be good now

			  Bye, bye, baby bye bye
			  Yes he's going away for good
			  A long way from home [4x]

			  He says bye, bye, baby bye bye
			  Yes he's going away for good
			  Bye, bye, baby bye bye
			  Better do like you should
			  Yeah you better be good now
			  
			  Bye, bye, baby bye bye
			  Yes he's going away for good
			  Bye, bye, baby bye bye
			  Better do like you should
			  Everybody be good now
			  
			  Bye, bye, baby bye bye
			  Yes he's going away for good
			  A long way from home [4x]

Contents:
			Long Way From Home				5:20
----------------------------------------------------------------------------
Artist:                 Sommerset
Title:			Sommerset/28 Days
Format:                 Split CD EP
Label:                  Kafuey/Trial And Error [NZ/Australia]
Catalog Number:         TRIAL 011CD
Date Recorded:          1999
Release Date:           1999
Time:			16:18
Notes:                  Three songs apiece by Auckland NZ punksters
			Sommerset and Melbourne punksters 28 Days.  Nice,
			energetic "Free Land" cover by Sommerset.
Contents:
			In A Free Land 					2:54
----------------------------------------------------------------------------
Artist:                 No Name Nation
Title:			U Picku Mater
Format:                 Album (cassette only?)
Label:                  Unknown
Catalog Number:         Unknown [Yugoslavia]
Date Recorded:          Unknown
Release Date:           1999
Time:			Unknown
Notes:                  Macedonian band No Name Nation wrote their own
			lyrics to "The Girl Who Lives On Heaven Hill" and
			recorded the song for this album.
Contents:
			Devojkite Od Aerodrom
----------------------------------------------------------------------------
Artist:			Posies
Title:			Alive Before The Iceberg
Format:                 Album (CD)
Label:			Houston Party Records/Badman
Catalog Number:		hpr-012 [Spain]/b-32029-99
Date Recorded:		28 Jul 1998
Release Date:		1999?
Time: 			47:28
Notes:			Live album that looks legitimate enough (slick
			packaging and production).  Set includes "Grant
			Hart" from the Amazing Disgrace album.  Badman, out
			San Francisco, appears to be the US label.
Contents:		
			Grant Hart                                      2:05
----------------------------------------------------------------------------
Artist:                 Various (Arhangel)
Title:			Tribute To Usko
Format:                 Album
Label:                  Unknown
Catalog Number:         Unknown [Yugoslavia]
Date Recorded:          Unknown
Release Date:           Late 90s?
Time:			Unknown
Notes:                  Macedonian alternative rock band Arhangel often
			covered "Never Talking To You Again," and released
			a recording of it on this tribute compilation.
			Vasko Atanasoski provides the following info:
			"Usko was their first bass player that died in 1994
			and on those CD few Macedonian bands covered his
			favourite songs.  'Never Talk' was one of those
			songs."
Contents:
			Never Talking To You Again
----------------------------------------------------------------------------
Artist:                 Sövsö
Title:			Songs For My Love
Format:                 CD single
Label:                  None
Catalog Number:         None [Denmark release]
Date Recorded:          03 Feb 2000
Release Date:           2000
Time:
Notes:                  Sövsö was Kenny Nielsen and Søren Griepentrog.  This
			2-track CD was professionally recorded at Studio
			Bageriet in Denmark and self-released.  Only about
			100 copies were produced and sold.
Contents:
			Hardly Getting Over It
----------------------------------------------------------------------------
Artist:			The Posies
Title:			In Case You Didn't Feel Like Plugging In
Format:                 Album (CD5)
Label:			Casa Recording Company
Catalog Number:		CRC 232
Date Recorded:		24 Feb 2000
Release Date:		15 Aug 2000
Time: 			39:18
Notes:			Acoustic set recorded at the Showbox, Seattle.
Contents:
			Grant Hart					3:10
----------------------------------------------------------------------------
Artist:			Blackstar Rising
Title:			Barbed Wire Soul
Format:                 Album (CD5)
Label:			Metal Blade
Catalog Number:		14236-CD
Date Recorded:		Unknown
Release Date:		14 Apr 2000 (reissue)
Time: 			74:17
Notes:			Song appears as bonus track only on this reissue,
			not on the 1998 Peaceville original.  Note subtle
			alteration of band name.
Contents:
			The Girl Who Lives On Heaven Hill
----------------------------------------------------------------------------
Artist:                 Charles Bronson
Title:			Complete Discocrappy
Format:                 Album (2xCD)
Label:                  None
Catalog Number:         None
Date Recorded:          Unknown
Release Date:           Mid 2000
Time:			71:50
			13:29
Notes:                  This is Charles Bronson the punk band, not the actor,
			and this double CD is a compilation of everything
			they ever recorded.  Hüsker cover is track 91 of
			disk 1.  There are 117 songs in all.
Contents:
			Punch Drunk					 :26
----------------------------------------------------------------------------
Artist:                 Green Day
Title:			Warning
Format:                 Single (CD5)
Label:                  Reprise
Catalog Number:         W548CD1/9362 44958 2 [UK release]
Date Recorded:          Jun 2000
Release Date:           Dec? 2000
Time:			8:33
Notes:                  Recorded for the pilot of a projected MTV series
			called "Influences," in which Green Day pays tribute
			to Hüsker Dü as their primary "influence."  Warning:
			there are lots of Green Day CDs called Warning, but
			the one with the Hüsker song is one of two UK CD
			singles bearing that title.  The CD of interest is
			sometimes called "Warning, Part 1" or "CD 1."  The
			track listing mistakenly gives the song title as "I
			Don't Want To Know If You Are Lonely."  It's a
			straightforward cover, but Billie Joe's vocals pale
			in comparison to Grant's.
Contents:
			Don't Want To Know If You Are Lonely		3:07
----------------------------------------------------------------------------
Artist:                 Various (Pig Meat)
Title:			Skifflin' Post Punk From Holland
Format:                 Album (CD5)
Label:                  Costbar/Autogram Records
Catalog Number:         CLCD-6303 [Germany]
Date Recorded:          Unknown
Release Date:           2000
Time:			73:58
Notes:                  Compilation album of Dutch postpunk "minimalist"
			bands, including Trio Hell, Feetwarmers, Pig Meat,
			and Sarah & the Alien.  Pig Meat's acoustic
			rendition of "She Floated Away" is okay, if a bit
			lethargic.  Jankobus Seunnenga is erroneously given
			writing credit for the song in the liner notes.
Contents:
			She Floated Away				2:38
----------------------------------------------------------------------------
Artist:                 Cripple Bastards
Title:			Almost Human
Format:                 Album (CD5)
Label:                  Obscene Productions
Catalog Number:         OBP 039 [Czech Republic]
Date Recorded:          1997
Release Date:           Feb 2001
Time:			58:45
Notes:                  These beguiling Italian lads grind out old-school
			punk thrash with growly Napalm Death style vocals.
			This album collects all of the band's studio output,
			plus a live performance from Utrecht
			in Feb 2000.  The two Hüsker covers are taken from
			the Land Speed Sonic tribute.  The album cover, in
			keeping with the label name, is, uh, not exactly
			suitable for children.
Contents:
			Punch Drunk					 :27
			The Girl Who Lives On Heaven Hill		3:08
----------------------------------------------------------------------------
Artist:                 Heidi Berry
Title:			Pomegranate: An Anthology
Format:                 Album (CD)
Label:                  4AD
Catalog Number:         GAD 2K10 CD
Date Recorded:          Unknown
Release Date:           05 Jun 2001
Time:			66:22
Notes:                  Compilation of past hits. Includes bonus "enhanced
			video" of "Up In The Air" (.mov format).
Contents:
			Up In The Air [audio]				3:15
			Up In The Air [video]				3:20
----------------------------------------------------------------------------
Artist:                 Jon Auer
Title:			
Format:                 CD EP
Label:                  Pattern 25 Records
Catalog Number:         P2503
Date Recorded:          Unknown
Release Date:           19 Jun 2001
Time:			25:20
Notes:                  All cover tunes (Ween, Madonna) on this solo effort
			by the Posies' Jon Auer, but this CD is no joke.
			"Tears" (Chameleons) is a standout.  Nice rendition
			of Grant's song too.
Contents:
			Green Eyes					3:15
----------------------------------------------------------------------------
Artist:                 Saturnine
Title:			Pleasure Of Ruins
Format:                 CD
Label:                  Motorcoat Records/Victoria Land Records
Catalog Number:         7-89397-71862-9
Date Recorded:          2001?
Release Date:           Sep 2001
Time:			38:42
Notes:                  Low-key, occasionally drony, pop album with a few
			minor gems.  The song listed below namechecks
			Hüsker Dü in its second verse:

			  Whatever happened to a band like Hüsker Dü?
			  They should have been superstars,
			  I doubt they made much money
			  I wonder if my heroes ever make the Hall of Fame?
			  I heard that one was working
			  For an advertising agency

			(Liner notes refer to the song title as "One Thing
			About Cleveland.)
Contents:
			The History Of Cleveland			3:32
----------------------------------------------------------------------------
Artist:                 Crummy Stuff
Title:                  The Way We Listen To..
Format:                 Album (CD5)
Label:                  Ammonia Records
Catalog Number:         SIAE WR1020122 [Italy]
Date Recorded:          Jul 2000-Feb 2002
Release Date:           May 2002
Time:                   33:48
Notes:                  All covers album by this Italian punk band.  Their
			straightforward but satisfying rendition of "New Day
			Rising" is, interestingly enough, available on
			iTunes (but judging from the song samples, the best
			track on the album has got to be their punked-up,
			charmingly-accented interpretation of "You Shook Me
			All Night Long").
Contents:
			New Day Rising					2:23
----------------------------------------------------------------------------
Artist:                 Nitrominds
Title:			Fire And Gasoline
Format:                 CD
Label:                  Deep Six Records
Catalog Number:         DS-42
Date Recorded:          Mar 2000
Release Date:           25 Jun 2002
Time:			17:24
Notes:                  Ten hardcore ditties in just over 17 minutes from
			Brasilian punksters André, Edu and Lalo makes for
			a pretty frenetic (if not quite LSR-ish) pace.  Not
			bad stuff.  The Hüsker cover is faithful to the
			original.
Contents:
			Something I Learned Today			1:51
----------------------------------------------------------------------------
Artist:                 Infestation Of Ass/He Who Corrupts
Title:			Never Corner A Mitchell...
			...See How He Reacts
Format:                 Split 7"
Label:                  Compulsive Blasphemer Records
Catalog Number:         BP-01 [in runout]
Date Recorded:          May 2001
Release Date:           01 Jul 2002
Time:			4:32 [Infestation Of Ass side]
			6:35 [He Who Corrupts side]
Notes:                  Speedcore band Infestation Of Ass was apparently
			from St Louis.  Their cover of "Bricklayer" was the
			final track on their side of the split 7" shared
			with the more metallish screamers, He Who Corrupts.
Contents:
			Bricklayer					 :36
----------------------------------------------------------------------------
Artist:                 Sciflyer
Title:			Melt
Format:                 CD EP
Label:                  Sciflyer
Catalog Number:         SCI002
Date Recorded:          Early 2002?
Release Date:           Summer? 2002
Time:			15:38
Notes:                  Nice stuff (presumably self-released), reminiscent
			of a slightly revved-up Lanterna on this 3-song EP.
			The Hüsker cover manages eerily to capture the boxy
			sound of the NDR mix.
Contents:
			Powerline					3:09
----------------------------------------------------------------------------
Artist:                 Anodyne
Title:			Anodyne
Format:                 CDR EP
Label:                  Atomic Recording
Catalog Number:         --
Date Recorded:          03 Mar 2002
Release Date:           Spring 2002?
Time:			11:30
Notes:                  This appears to be an item that was sold or handed
			out at gigs: CDR (with sticker that just says
			ANODYNE) in a paper sleeve with what looks like an
			inkjet-printed tracklist insert, all surrounded by
			a printed (silkscreened?) aluminum "mantle" that
			bears the legend:
			  Demo
			  Spring 2002 Tour
			  Edition of 93
			There are no track IDs; all the songs run together
			on a single track.  The same version of this Hüsker
			song appeared later (as a distinct track) on the
			Salo CD.
Contents:
			Beyond The Threshold				1:37
----------------------------------------------------------------------------
Artist:                 Anthemic Pop Wonder
Title:			Rapid Pop Thrills
Format:                 CD
Label:                  Funstuff Music
Catalog Number:         None
Date Recorded:          Aug-Dec 2001
Release Date:           Summer 2002
Time:			54:05
Notes:                  This album of poppy tunes includes a nostalgic
			tribute to Hüsker Dü.
Contents:
			How Great Was Hüsker Dü!			2:34
----------------------------------------------------------------------------
Artist:                 Wolf Colonel (Jason Anderson)
Title:			something/everything!
Format:                 Album (CD)
Label:                  K Records
Catalog Number:         klp 132
Date Recorded:          2002?
Release Date:           20 Aug 2002
Time:			37:59
Notes:                  Although it's arguably one of the weaker tracks on
			this fine album of quirky indiepop tunes, "Jet Ski
			Accidents" features an explicit Hüsker Dü reference:

			  Tell me at least six things
			  You may or may not consider personal
			  I'm not talking jet ski accidents
			  Rather truly words you thought you'd never say
			  And don't you think we should kiss
			  While the Hüsker Dü is playing?
			  
			  Do you like Grant Hart songs?
			  Do you like Bob Mould songs? (yup)
			  And have you ever sung along with New Day Rising?
			  
			  Babapapa babapapapa... lalala lala
			  Ah, it's all just indie rock!
			  
			  I'd love to make reluctant sex (sex, sex)
			  Even though you claim it's wrong
			  "It's wrong it's wrong it's wrong it's wrong/
			  it's wrong it's wrong it's wrong"
			  You prattle on
			  But so is speeding
			  And I watch your speed every day in that truck
			  I'd love to make you nervous
			  I'd love to make you insecure
			  I'd love to make you breakfast the morning after
			  
			  Babapapa babapapapa babapapapa babapapapa

Contents:
			Jet Ski Accidents				1:42
----------------------------------------------------------------------------
Artist:                 Elf Power
Title:			Nothing's Going To Happen
Format:                 Album (CD)
Label:                  Orange Twin Records
Catalog Number:         011
Date Recorded:          2002
Release Date:           01 Oct 2002
Time:			52:05
Notes:                  Kind of a weird departure for these Elephant Six
			vets -- an album of nothing but covers, mostly punk 
			and new wave classics ("Pay To Cum," "I Walked With
			The Zombie," Kotton Crown").  The sitar break on the
			Hüsker tune is a pleasing touch.
Contents:
			Never Talking To You Again			1:51
----------------------------------------------------------------------------
Artist:                 Radon
Title:			We Bare All
Format:                 Album (CD)
Label:                  No Idea Records
Catalog Number:         068
Date Recorded:          Summer 1993
Release Date:           14 Oct 2002
Time:			66:16
Notes:                  Compilation of old singles, LPs and live stuff
			from this veteran Gainesville FL punk outfit.
			The Hüsker cover was recorded live at the 
			Covered Dish in Gainesville.
Contents:
			Divide And Conquer				2:13
----------------------------------------------------------------------------
Artist:                 Vitesse
Title:			You Win Again, Gravity!
Format:                 Album (CD)
Label:                  Hidden Agenda
Catalog Number:         AHA!040
Date Recorded:          
Release Date:           03 Dec 2002
Time:			51:44
Notes:                  Celeste Alexander contributes baby-voiced guest
			vocals to the synth-y and pleasant "Green Eyes"
			cover.
Contents:
			Green Eyes					2:13
----------------------------------------------------------------------------
Artist:                 Entombed
Title:			Sons Of Satan Praise The Lord
Format:                 Album (2xCD)
Label:                  Music For Nations/Threeman Recordings
Catalog Number:         CDMFN293
Date Recorded:          Nov 1998
Release Date:           Late 2002
Time:			44:49/46:15
Notes:                  This Swedish "heavy" punk band obviously recorded a
			lot of cover songs over the years -- enough to fill
			two CDs with studio material (the first disk is
			titled Sons Of Satan and the second Praise The
			Lord).  The Hüsker song is slightly mistitled
			("Learnt").  Interesting range of bands covered,
			including, Dwarves, Bad Brains, MC5, Jerry's Kids,
			Black Sabbath, Twisted Sister.
Contents:
			Something I Learned Today			2:11
----------------------------------------------------------------------------
Artist:                 Hateen
Title:                  More Live Than Dead
Format:                 Album (CD5)
Label:                  Thirteen Records
Catalog Number:         THI 030 [Brazil]
Date Recorded:          10 May 2002
Release Date:           2002
Time:                   54:27
Notes:                  Energetic pop-punk, recorded live at the Hangar, in
			the band's home city of São Paulo, Brasil.
Contents:
			Don't Want To Know If You Are Lonely		3:19
----------------------------------------------------------------------------
Artist:                 The Grannies
Title:                  Taste The Walker
Format:                 Album (CD5)
Label:                  Dead Teenager
Catalog Number:         DT-004
Date Recorded:          11 Sep 2001*
Release Date:           2002
Time:                   39:24
Notes:                  Metal-psych-punk?  More of the tracks will end up on
			the iPod than not.  The "Never Talking" cover starts
			quietly, gets frenetic, and ends with a longish,
			backwards-tracking, psychedelic coda.  The song
			"Race Against Time" sounds like GBH circa 1982 (not
			a bad thing at all).
			*Yeah, maybe.
Contents:
			Never Talking To You Again			4:09
----------------------------------------------------------------------------
Artist:                 Various (Potato Fritz)
Title:                  Fidel Bastro ZEHN B
Format:                 Album (CD5)
Label:                  Fidel Bastro
Catalog Number:         FB 26/EFA CD 06261 [Germany]
Date Recorded:          1999
Release Date:           2002
Time:                   79:01
Notes:                  Compilation album celebrating the 10th anniversary
			of the Fidel Bastro label.  Hüsker cover recorded
			live in Hamburg, a decent enough acoustic rendition
			with female vocals credited to "Gwendolin" (but a
			male voice is also audible).  Represented musical
			styles range from punk to noise to pop to folk to
			avant-skronk -- mostly German bands, but Bastro and
			David Grubbs show up.

			Explanatory excerpt from the label website:

			  Fidel Bastro was founded in 1992 with the
			  intention to release the new CD/LP of the
			  legendary american Noise-Band Bastro in
			  Germany. But Bastro broke up and the members
			  formed a new project called Gastr' del Sol.
			  So it was their work 'A Serpentine Similar'
			  which became the first Fidel Bastro-release. 
Contents:
			Never Talking To You Again			1:55
----------------------------------------------------------------------------
Artist:                 Various (Life Indicator)
Title:                  I Hope The End Is Always The Beginning
Format:                 Compilation album (CD5)
Label:                  Snuffy Smile
Catalog Number:         smile-040 [Japan]
Date Recorded:          2002?
Release Date:           Late 2002
Time:                   66:01
Notes:                  Bunch of Japanese punk bands each doing one original
			and one cover song.  Life Indicator's interpretation
			of "In A Free Land" sticks close to the Hüsker
			version; much of its entertainment value derives
			from the sincere effort at singing in English.  Band
			members include Nato (drums & vocals), Shima (guitar
			& vocals), and Kubo (bass & vocals).  Other artists
			on the album:  Baggage, Bottledirt, Evomom, lots
			more.  Simply packaged with no jewel case or inlay
			cards, just the liner notes booklet and the disc
			itself in a clear plastic sleeve.
Contents:
			In A Free Land					2:40
----------------------------------------------------------------------------
Artist:                 Foo Fighters
Title:                  Low
Format:                 CD single
Label:                  RCA Records
Catalog Number:         82876-52983-2
Date Recorded:          01 Dec 2002
Release Date:           09 Jun 2003
Time:                   9:10
Notes:                  Hüsker cover recorded live in Hamburg.
Contents:
			Never Talking To You Again			1:54
----------------------------------------------------------------------------
Artist:                 My Own Worst Enemy
Title:                  No Guarantees
Format:                 Album (CD5)
Label:                  ELIS EIL Records
Catalog Number:         EE05
Date Recorded:          2003?
Release Date:           23 Sep 2003
Time:                   39:29
Notes:                  Not a bad effort at all by this Boston-area band.
			Style generally falls into the post-punk category.
			Nice tribute to Mia Zapata is one of several strong
			tracks.  Lots of fuzzy guitar on "Never Talking,"
			and a decent job by lead vocalist Susan Minichiello.
			Album recorded by musician/engineer/all around good
			guy Pete Weiss.
Contents:
			Never Talking To You Again			2:05
----------------------------------------------------------------------------
Artist:                 Various
Title:                  Hubcap Heaven
Format:                 CDR
Label:                  None
Catalog Number:         None
Date Recorded:          2003
Release Date:           Sep 2003
Time:                   66:31
Notes:                  Fan project organized by members of the Sugar
			internet mailing list and featuring covers of
			songs from Bob Mould's self-titled 1996 album
			(informally known as the "Hubcap Album" because of
			its cover art).
Contents:
			Anymore Time Between (Scott Bishop)		5:35
			I Hate Alternative Rock (Benalto)		4:27
			Fort Knox King Solomon (Danny Wallace)		3:35
			Next Time That You Leave (Keith Lee)		2:55
			Egøverride (Record Of M)			2:56
			Thumbtack (Joe Zibell)				4:22
			Hair Stew (The Domino Effect)			5:13
			Deep Karma Canyon (J)				3:24
			Art Crisis (George Middlebrooks)		3:38
			Roll Over And Die (George Middlebrooks)		3:53
			Wanted Was (Cameron Metcalf)			3:23
			Doubleface (The Sisters Of Mouldy)		7:12
			Banjøverride (George Middlebrooks)		3:54
			Tragedy Soundtrack (Twitch)			4:46
			Roll Over And Die #1 (George Middlebrooks)	3:18
----------------------------------------------------------------------------
Artist:                 Ensign
Title:                  Love The Music, Hate The Kids
Format:                 Album (CD5)
Label:                  Blackout Records
Catalog Number:         BLK 0065-2
Date Recorded:          2003?
Release Date:           14 Oct 2003
Time:                   45:41
Notes:                  NJ band Ensign belts out a nice selection of punk
			rock hits on this all-covers album.  Great job on
			Dag Nasty's "I've Heard."  The project is obviously
			a labor of love.  Other bands covered include Bad
			Brains, Misfits, Sick Of It All, Negative Approach,
			Descendents, Discharge.
Contents:
			In A Free Land					2:55
----------------------------------------------------------------------------
Artist:                 Various
Title:                  Something I Learned Today
Subtitle:		An International Tribute To Zen Arcade
Format:                 CDR/mp3 download
Label:                  Krapp Records
Catalog Number:         None
Date Recorded:          2003-2004
Release Date:           Aug? 2004
Time:                   78:54
Notes:                  Project organized by participants in the message
			board on Bob Mould's old website and the Sugar
			internet mailing list. Principals included Chris
			Jackson of Krapp Records and Kenny Nielsen. CDR
			version packaged in plastic sleeve with printed
			paper insert.
Contents:
			Never Talking To You Again (Gregory Morris)	2:22
			I Will Never Forget You (The Catastrophe)	2:35
			Hare Krsna (Memberme)				4:50
			Pink Turns To Blue (frheko)			2:40
			Reoccurring Dreams (Dulvex)			6:58
			Chartered Trips (frheko)			4:00
			Something I Learned Today (Kenny Nielsen)	4:30
			Whatever (Third Wave Project)			4:11
			Pink Turns To Blue (Perique)			4:47
			Newest Industry (Dylan Barry)			2:46
			Reoccurring Dreams (Grond)			5:59
			Standing By The Sea (Entropy)			3:29
			Turn On The News (Koala)			4:35
			Never Talking To You Again (Sweetness)		1:33
			Chartered Trips (Kenny Nielsen)			4:10
			Newest Industry (Cameron Metcalf)		3:08
			Pink Turns To Big Black (Carl Friere)		3:07
			Reoccurring Dreams (The Jaggernauts)	       13:11
----------------------------------------------------------------------------
Artist:                 Pulco
Title:                  Wengen
Format:                 Album (CD)
Label:                  None/Folkwit Records
Catalog Number:         None/FOG010
Date Recorded:          2003-2004
Release Date:           2004/2006
Time:                   46:14
Notes:                  Mostly laid-back, lyrics-centric stuff from Cardiff,
			Wales artist Ash Cooke, with some vocals apparently
			performed by his wife, Iona. The album was first
			released in 2004 with just a plastic sleeve and
			inkjet-printed folded paper insert, accompanied by
			a 6"x8" lyric booklet. The 2006 Folkwit version was
			issued with a somewhat more elaborate folding plastic
			sleeve, an additional paper insert, and slightly
			different disc artwork.  The Hüsker tribute is a
			spoken monolog over a background of acoustic guitar
			and repetitive, swishy-sounding samples. The lyrics,
			as they appear in the booklet, with no (intentional)
			changes to spelling or punctuation:

			 FRAZZLE

			 I GUESS IT ALL STARTED WITH THE DEATH OF
			 MY BROTHER, IN A FREAK AUTOMOBILE
			 ACCIDENT IN 1971. I WAS 10 YEARS OLD AND
			 SUDDENLY I OWNED A SET OF DRUMS

			 BY THE AGE OF 13 I WAS A STAND-IN DRUMER
			 FOR AN AGENCY THAT BOOKED WEDDINGS AND
			 PARTIES, WHERE ALL KINDS OF MUSIC WAS
			 REQUESTED AND EXPECTED. AT A GREEK NEW
			 YEARS EVE PARTY I FOUND MYSELF OVER MY
			 HEAD PLYING EXOTIC TIME SIGNATURES AND
			 SUDDEN CHANGES IN STRUCTURE. THE BAZUKI
			 PLAYER TOLD ME TO USE MY BRUSHES AND GO
			 THROUGH THE MOTIONS WITHOUT MAKING A
			 SOUND. I THOUGHT THAT IF THE PEOPLE HAD
			 PAID FOR A DRUMER, A DRUMER THEY WERE
			 GOING TO GET.
			 THAT NIGHT THERE AWS A FIVE CAR PILE-UP
			 OUT SIDE THE HALL THAT DISTRACTED THE
			 GREEK PARTYGOERS FOR MOST OF OUR SET.
			 I WAS SO CRUSHED THAT I GAVE UP GREEK
			 MUSIC FOREVER.

			 MY PARENTS LIVING ROOM SOON BECAME A
			 REPOSITORY FOR AMPLIFIERS,
			 DRUMS,GUITARS AND STONED LOOKING
			 JUNIOR HIGH SCHOOL MUSICIANS WITH LONG
			 HAIR. THE BANDS HAD NAMES LIKE
			 "CHEYENNE", "ADT", "GRANT AND THE HEART
			 BEATS" AND "SWITCH". I HAD A FALLING OUT
			 OVER MONEY WITH THE GUITARIST OF THE
			 LAST BAND. AS I QUIT HE GAVE ME THESE
			 WORDS OF ADVICE. "DRUMERS ARE LIKE
			 ASSHOLES, EVERYBODY HAS ONE". THE NEXT
			 BAND I JOINED, I WAS THE KEYBOARD PLAYER.

			 IT WAS DURING THIS TIME THAT I FOUND A
			 JOB AT "MELODY LANE", A RECORD STORE
			 NEAR MY HOME. A GUY POPPED IN TO THE
			 RECORD STORE ONE DAY. HIS NAME WAS BOB
			 MOULD. HE WAS FROM UPSTATE NEW YORK
			 AND WENT TO SCHOOL DOWN THE STREET.
			 BOB WAS WEARING A LEATHER MOTORCYCLE
			 JACKET. SO WAS I
			 WE TALKED ABOUT MUSIC AND SPENT MANY
			 JOYOUS HOURS LISTENING TO EACH OTHER's
			 RECORDS. BOB WOULD PLAY ALONG
			 SOMETIMES ON HIS FLYING V GUITAR THAT
			 WOULD LATER BECOME HIS TRADEMARK.

			 MY BOSS, CHARLIE PINE WAS INVOLVED WITH
			 A GROUP THAT BROKE UP LEAVING A RATHER
			 LUCRATIVE ENGAGEMENT OPEN AT "RON'S
			 RANDOLPH INN" IN ST PAUL. CHARLIE HAD THE
			 NOTION THAT WE SHOULD GET A BAND
			 TOGETHER AND MAKE SOME GOOD DOUGH. I
			 IMMEDIATELY THOUGHT OF BOB. WE
			 PRACTICED FOR TWO WEEKS, PLYED THE
			 SHOW, AND CLAIMED OUR $275.00 REWARD.
			 BOB, GREG AND I CONTINUED TO REHERSE. 
			 SOON WE HAD TWO ORIGINAL SONGS.
			 MEANWHILE BACK AT THE RECORD STORE,
			 CHARLIE HAD LINED UP A SHOW FOR US AT
			 MALCHESTER COLLEGE. THE THREE OF US
			 MINUS CHARLIE PLAYED OUR TWO NEW SONGS
			 AND HUSKER DU WAS BORN.

			 I COULD FILL VOLUMES IF I WERE TO GO ON
			 INTO ANY SORT OF DETAIL ABOUT THE DECADE
			 LONF EXISTANCE OF THE BAND. I
			 EXPERIENCED THE WIDEST VARITY OF
			 UNREALITIES THAT A 17 YEAR OLD COULD
			 HAVE THOUGHT POSSIBLE.

			 AT AGE 26 I QUIT THE BAND, DECEMBER 17
			 1987 TO BE EXACT. IN THE YEARS BETWEEN
			 THE CONCEPTION OF THE BAND AND IT'S
			 DEMISES, I HAD AQUIRED A SOLID MUSICAL
			 REPUTATION, A TWO YEAR OLD SON, AND A
			 RESPECTABLE HEROIN ADDICTION. WELL, TWO
			 OUT OF THREE AIN'T BAD
Contents:
			Frazzle (The Story Of Hüsker Dü)		2:58
----------------------------------------------------------------------------
Artist:                 Anodyne
Title:                  Salo
Format:                 CD EP
Label:                  Init Records
Catalog Number:         INIT-15
Date Recorded:          03 Mar 2002
Release Date:           2004
Time:                   23:01
Notes:                  Pretty much pure metal.  Vocals sound a lot like
			the Napalm Death guy's roar voice (but not the
			squeal voice).  Hüsker influences are apparent in
			the guitar tone and in the less metallish tunes.
			Band dissolved in 2005.
Contents:
			Beyond The Threshold				1:29
----------------------------------------------------------------------------
Artist:                 Poster Children
Title:                  On The Offensive
Format:                 CD EP
Label:                  Hidden Agenda
Catalog Number:         AHA!070
Date Recorded:          2004?
Release Date:           21 Sep 2004
Time:                   20:05
Notes:                  We all love the Poster Children, of course.  Weren't 
			they after all one of the first truly net-savvy
			(not to mention fan-friendly) bands?  Who couldn't
			love a band that titles one of their albums RTFM?
			Anyhow, this EP finds them doing half a dozen cover
			songs all suggestive of a certain dearth of
			enthusiasm for military-based problem solving.  All
			the tracks are solid; the Hüsker cover and its
			delicious riff are handled with due reverence.
Contents:
			Divide And Conquer				2:55
----------------------------------------------------------------------------
Artist:                 Gravenhurst
Title:                  Black Holes In The Sand
Format:                 CD EP
Label:                  Warp Records
Catalog Number:         WAP181CD
Date Recorded:          2004?
Release Date:           02 Nov 2004
Time:                   31:40
Notes:                  Long, acousticky, shoegazery songs.  Nick Talbot
			actually sings the verse lines of "Diane," rather
			than recite them as Grant does in the original.
Contents:
			Diane						4:13
----------------------------------------------------------------------------
Artist:                 20 Minute Loop
Title:                  yawn + house = explosion
Format:                 Album (CD5)
Label:                  Fortune Records
Catalog Number:         FR-41422
Date Recorded:          21-23 Sep 2003
Release Date:           22 Feb 2005
Time:                   44:16
Notes:                  The album is mostly pop stuff, sometimes Beatlesque,
			sometimes breathy-angsty, with occasional forays
			into punkier territory.  Not bad at all.  The Hüsker
			cover is delivered with appropriate urgency -- and
			its arrangement, interestingly enough, includes a
			brass section; even more interestingly, the concept
			actually works.
Contents:
			I'll Never Forget You				2:25
----------------------------------------------------------------------------
Artist:                 VHS Or Beta
Title:                  The Melting Moon
Format:                 7" single
Label:                  Virgin Records UK
Catalog Number:         ASW 68320 [UK release]
Date Recorded:          2004?
Release Date:           04 Apr 2005
Time:                   Unknown
Notes:                  A thump-thump disco version of "New Day Rising" is
			the B-side of this clear-vinyl, limited-edition
			single.
Contents:
			New Day Rising
----------------------------------------------------------------------------
Artist:                 Various
Title:                  Tolerance. A Tribute To Grant Hart
Format:                 7" single
Label:                  Saved By Radio
Catalog Number:         SBR2541
Date Recorded:          Jan 2005 (A side)
			??? 2005 (B side)
Release Date:           Jun? 2005
Time:                   7:06
Notes:			Split single tribute to Grant Hart.  A-side by The
			Maykings, B-side by Lorrie Matheson & the Brass
			Tacks.  The Maykings, from Edmonton, do a pretty
			straight cover of "Keep Hanging On," with countryish
			inflections.  Calgary artist Matheson's cover of
			"2541" is a little more off-center, and downright
			gorgeous.
Contents:
			(A) Keep Hanging On				3:18
			(B) 2541					3:48
----------------------------------------------------------------------------
Artist:                 Richmond Fontaine
Title:                  Obliteration By Time
Format:                 Album (CD5)
Label:                  El Cortez Records
Catalog Number:         None
Date Recorded:          Jan 2005
Release Date:           16 Aug 2005
Time:                   62:34
Notes:                  Richmond Fontaine isn't a person but an alt-country
			band from Portland OR in the Uncle Tupelo tradition
			(but with more members and instruments).  The Hüsker
			cover is pretty straightforward, delivered with
			minimal twang.  Grant gets songwriting credit.  The
			packaging consists of a folded paper sleeve inside
			a clear plastic envelope.
Contents:
			Pink Turns To Blue				2:14
----------------------------------------------------------------------------
Artist:                 Guz
Title:                  Am Go-Go Snack
Format:                 Album (LP/CD5)
Label:                  Ritchie Records
Catalog Number:         RitRec 029 [Germany release]
Date Recorded:          1989-1991
Release Date:           1991 (LP)/2005 (CD)
Time:                   51:30
Notes:                  The brainchild of a character named Olifr M. Guz,
			who wrote all the songs except the three covers.
			The album was remastered and reissued in 2005.
			The style is a litte tricky to classify, sort of
			minimalist surf-goth-punk with a retro feel.  The
			funereally-delivered Hüsker song is (deliberately?)
			mistitled, and it's not clear (mainly because I
			can't quite parse the German liner notes) if it was
			included on the original LP release.
Contents:
			I'll Never Talking To You Again			1:42
----------------------------------------------------------------------------
Artist:                 Train
Title:                  For Me, It's You
Format:                 Album (CD5)
Label:                  Columbia Records
Catalog Number:         82796 94472 2
Date Recorded:          Aug-Sep 2005
Release Date:           31 Jan 2006
Time:                   48:22
Notes:                  A placid rendition, set amongst a batch of placid
			songs.  The vocalist, Pat Monahan, sounds awfully
			similar in style to Ryan Adams.  The Bob Mould song
			appears without accreditation (in fact, there are
			no songwriting credits listed at all).
Contents:
			If I Can't Change Your Mind			3:07
----------------------------------------------------------------------------
Artist:			Bugs Multiply
Title:			Bugs Multiply
Format:                 Album (CD5)
Label:			Coma Gun Music
Catalog Number:		CGR 001
Date Recorded:		2006
Release Date:		14 Mar 2006
Time:			61:44
Notes:			The "tribute" song isn't directly about Hüsker Dü
			although it includes references to the band and to
			"Pink Turns To Blue."  Here's an attempt at the
			lyrics:

			  Each room was carpeted pink or blue
			  Small velvet chairs of pink or blue
			  Everything backlit by black light
			  People sitting on the floors in pairs
			  The soft, fuzzy carpet creeping up their backs
			  All I could think is Hüsker Dü
			  Pink turns to blue ooo-oo-oooh
			  Telling everyone about your scars in you (???)
			  Telling everyone about your scars

			  The party was in ____ and it was trashed all over
			  Something like a tornado scene with alcohol
			  I think I was sitting in in the garage
			  There were no walls
			  Just some stairs going nowhere
			  Pink turns to blue ooo-oo-oooh
			  Telling everyone about your scars in you (???)
			  Telling everyone about your scars
			  
			  All I could think is Hüsker Dü
			  Pink turns to blue ooo-oo-oooh
			  Telling everyone about your scars in you (???)
			  Telling everyone about your scars in you (???)
                     	  Yeah....
			  Telling everyone about your scars in you (???)

			So, this is an indie-rock band from Asheville.
			They describe themselves as a cross between Foo
			Fighters and Hüsker Dü, but I hear more Minutemen
			than Hüsker in their style.
Contents:
			Thinking Of Hüsker Dü				4:00
----------------------------------------------------------------------------
Artist:                 Robbie Lee
Title:                  Sleep, Memory
Format:                 Album (CD5)
Label:                  I & Ear Records
Catalog Number:         I&E 06
Date Recorded:          
Release Date:           21 Mar 2006
Time:                   56:22
Notes:			This is mostly acoustic stuff, sort of folky and a
			little twisted.  NY singer-songwriter Robbie Lee's
			guitar style is reminiscent of Eugene Chadbourne's,
			if Eugene had remembered to take his Ritalin.  The
			"Chartered Trips" cover also features what sounds
			like a saxophone, and a few other instruments.
Contents:
			Chartered Trips					3:52
----------------------------------------------------------------------------
Artist:                 The Global Stage Orchestra
Title:                  Planet Television
Format:                 Album (CD5)
Label:                  The Wonderful Music Of
Catalog Number:         WMO 90401 [NL]
Date Recorded:          45:34
Release Date:           24 Jul 2006
Time:                   
Notes:			Ridiculously short and stunningly awful rendition
			of Bob's theme song for The Daily Show, originally
			performed by him, later by They Might Be Giants.  CD
			also includes themes from House, Lost, 24, Desperate
			Housewives, several other shows.
Contents:
			Dog On Fire					 :36
----------------------------------------------------------------------------
Artist:                 Thomas Belhom
Title:                  No Border
Format:                 Album (CD5)
Label:                  Ici D'Ailleurs...
Catalog Number:         IDA 036 [France]
Date Recorded:          
Release Date:           2006
Time:                   37:31
			Soft rock with acoustic guitar and lots of other
			instruments, typically subdued.  Occasional hints
			of country and Caribbean influences, the latter in
			evidence on the "Pink Turns To Blue" cover, which
			is delivered in whispery, French-accented vocals
			with backing vox by Kim Ohio.  (The song is
			attributed to "Hüsker Dü" rather than Grant.)
Contents:
			Pink Turns To Blue				4:23
----------------------------------------------------------------------------
Artist:                 Mark Davis
Title:                  Mistakes I Meant To Make
Format:                 Album (CD5)
Label:                  Saved By Radio
Catalog Number:         SBRDAVE2 [Canada?]
Date Recorded:          
Release Date:           Spring 2007
Time:                   35:54
Notes:			Solo album (one of a pair, released simultaneously)
			by Canadian alt-country artist Mark Davis, also a
			key figure in the considerably more energetic
			Edmonton band Old Reliable.  This album is pretty,
			uh, laid-back.  Davis's style sounds a little like
			Alejandro Escovedo and a lot like Sam Beam.  The
			trombone on "She Floated Away" is an interesting
			idea that can't quite lift the song from the
			doldrums.  Selected tracks from the two solo CDs
			are collected on a vinyl LP, Parts I And II, that
			also includes the Hüsker cover.
Contents:
			She Floated Away				2:27
----------------------------------------------------------------------------
Artist:                 Mark Davis
Title:                  Parts I And II
Format:                 Album (12" LP)
Label:                  Saved By Radio
Catalog Number:         Unknown
Date Recorded:          
Release Date:           Spring 2007
Time:                   
Notes:			Vinyl compilation of tracks from Mistakes I Meant To
			Make and its companion CD Don't You Think We Should
			Be Closer? Includes the cover of "She Floated Away"
			from the former.
Contents:
			She Floated Away
----------------------------------------------------------------------------
Artist:			Various
Title:			Life After Sugar: Tribute [aka LAS:T]
Format:                 Album (enhanced CDR)
Label:			None
Catalog Number:		None [Russia release]
Date Recorded:		2006-2007
Release Date:		Sep 2007
Time:                   63:13 (excluding video**, mp3* tracks)
Notes:			International Sugar tribute project coordinated by
			Muscovite Dmitry Shakhanov.  The contributors are
			all working musicians, mostly unsigned (Superdrag
			frontman John Davis perhaps the most prominent).
			Tracks are a mix of home and studio recordings.
			Quality is remarkably good and overall the package
			is very professional-looking.  Limited pressing of
			100 copies.
Contents:
			Come Around (Pesci Mix) (Lane Coutell)		2:55
			Tilted (Four Star Alarm)			3:49
			Gift (Atomic Garden)				4:17
			Company Book (I Invented You)			3:39
			If I Can't Change Your Mind (Paul Carden)	4:17
			The Act We Act (G.a.s. Drummers)		3:29
			Eine Gute Idee (A Good Idea) (KORK)		3:30
			Changes (Murdock)				5:38
			Helpless (AKA)					3:17
			Gee Angel (Great Dane)				4:02
			Your Favorite Thing (Clockwise Stereo)		3:36
			Anyone (Dylan Barry)				2:28
			Granny Cool (Stewart Pack vs. Shayne Ivy)	3:27
			In The Eyes Of My Friends (Janitors of Anarchy) 3:09
			What You Want It To Be (John Davis)		4:00
			Explode And Make Up (Violet Lyn)		5:12
			Lonely Blue Dreams (Lust Penguins)		2:19
		       *Can't Help You Any More (Dylan Barry)		3:54
		       *Changes (Dylan Barry)				4:04
		       *Clownmaster ((Lane Coutell)			2:59
		       *Explode And Make Up (Lane Coutell)		4:34
		      **Changes (Murdock)				5:36
----------------------------------------------------------------------------
Artist:                 Four Star Alarm
Title:                  Tilted/Cities In Dust
Format:                 7" single
Label:                  Underground Communiqué Records
Catalog Number:         UCR019
Date Recorded:          Oct 2006
Release Date:           Sep 2007
Time:                   7:12
Notes:			Very nice studio cover of "Tilted," the same version
			that appears on the LAS:T compilation.  "Cities In
			Dust," the other tune on the record, is also very
			good.  Both tracks occupy one side; the other side
			is etched.  Limited edition of 500.
Contents:
			Tilted						3:49
----------------------------------------------------------------------------
Artist:                 Klimek
Title:                  Dedications Limited Edition
Format:                 CD/mp3
Label:                  Anticipate
Catalog Number:         Anticipate 004A
Date Recorded:          2003-2007
Release Date:           12 Nov 2007
Time:                   21:45
Notes:			Limited-edition adjunct to the Dedications CD by
			electronica artist Klimek (Sebastian Meissner).
			Each song is a form of tribute to a pair of related
			artists (or fictional characters).  Stylistic nods
			are sometimes (but not always) apparent.  In the
			case of the Grant/Bob song, the basis of the tribute
			is not obvious; it's a noodly tune with a bit of
			acoustic guitar growing more prominent near the end.
			This four-song EP is also denoted as Dedications 2
			or Dedications part 2, to distinguish it from its
			full-length parent.
Contents:
			For Grant Hart & Bob Mould			3:05
----------------------------------------------------------------------------
Artist:                 Superdrag
Title:                  4-Track Rock!!! 1992-1995 + Complete "Bender" Sessions
Format:                 2xCD
Label:                  Superdrag Sound Laboratories
Catalog Number:         SSL 0003
Date Recorded:          28 Dec 1994 (Hüsker cover)
Release Date:           Late 2007
Time:                   70:56/63:27
Notes:			Four-track cover released on this 2-CD assortment of
			Superdrag miscellany.  The song may still be
			available for listening at the band's MySpace page.
Contents:
			It's Not Funny Any More				2:18
----------------------------------------------------------------------------
Artist:                 Dottie Danger
Title:                  ??? ???? [Uyut Ruin]
Format:                 CD EP/Digital audio file
Label:                  Karma Mira Records
Catalog Number:         km 029
Date Recorded:          2007
Release Date:           Apr? 2008
Time:                   12:28
Notes:			Interesting cover by this hardcore band from St.
			Petersburg, Russia.   Song may still be available
			for download here.
Contents:
			Celebrated Summer				3:37
----------------------------------------------------------------------------
Artist:                 Sportclub
Title:                  Catchy
Format:                 CD
Label:                  La Baraonda
Catalog Number:         BAR CD 02 [Italy]
Date Recorded:          Aug 2005
Release Date:           22 Apr 2008
Time:			35:37
Notes:			Mid-tempo rock with hooks and vocal phrasings that
			bring to mind REM, modestly embellished with dance
			beats and subdued horns.  Fairly laid-back cover of
			"Never Talking."  Five-member band from Ferrara,
			Italy.  All songs with English lyrics.  Enhanced CD
			with music video of the band performing the Hüsker
			song.
Contents:
			Never Talking To You Again			2:38
			Never Talking To You Again [video]		3:02
----------------------------------------------------------------------------
Artist:                 Mark Kozelek
Title:                  The Finally LP
Format:                 CD
Label:                  Caldo Verde
Catalog Number:         CV007
Date Recorded:          2003 (Hüsker cover)
Release Date:           09 Dec 2008
Time:                   30:30
Notes:			Very nice acoustic cover of "Celebrated Summer"
			delivered with Kozelek's trademark semiconscious
			sweetness.  The album is laid back even by his
			standards (not that this is detrimental).
Contents:
			Celebrated Summer				3:37
----------------------------------------------------------------------------
Artist:			Various (Blackstar)
Title:			Peaceville X
Format:                 CD compilation
Label:			Peaceville/Metal Hammer
Catalog Number:		MH VILE08-1 [Greece]
Date Recorded:		Unknown
Release Date:		2008
Time: 			56:41
Notes:			Promo reissue of Peaceville CD VILE77. Liner
			notes in Greek. Jewel case package.
Contents:
			The Girl Who Lives On Heaven Hill
----------------------------------------------------------------------------
Artist:			The Listeners
Title:			Lamentations
Format:                 Digital download/limited CD
Label:			Self-released
Catalog Number:		None
Date Recorded:		Unknown
Release Date:		2008
Time:			34:21
Notes:			Brooklyn band The Listeners put out only a few
			copies of this album on CDR, with inkjet-printed
			artwork, but it's available on iTunes. Interesting
			mix of dirty guitars and retro sounds, with a nice
			fast-and-grungy cover of "New Day Rising."
Contents:
			New Day Rising					2:18
----------------------------------------------------------------------------
Artist:                 Sport
Title:                  Never Talking To You Again
Format:                 mp3
Label:                  None
Catalog Number:         None
Date Recorded:          2003
Release Date:           05 Feb 2009
Notes:			German band's "loud" version of a Hüsker song they
			often cover live.  Released in mp3 format only and
			available for free download here.
Contents:
			Never Talking To You Again			1:52
----------------------------------------------------------------------------
Artist:                 Jon Snodgrass
Title:                  Visitor's Band
Format:                 Album (CD5)
Label:                  Suburban Home Records
Catalog Number:         SH113-2
Date Recorded:          28 Mar 2007-02 Dec 2008
Release Date:           24 Feb 2009
Notes:			Buried in the last track, a nearly 26-minute string 
			of demos and outtakes titled "Visitor's Band" (like 
			the album), is a cover of Hüsker Dü's "Perfect 
			Example." It begins at the 20:35 mark of the track
			and runs a little under 3 minutes. The acoustic
			rendition is remarkably good, raising the question
			of why neither the Hüskers nor Bob Mould (who wrote
			it) ever performed the song live. The rest of the
			material on the album is decent enough acoustic
			singer/songwriter fare, but the Hüsker cover — which
			is neither listed nore credited — is the standout.
Contents:
			Visitor's Band [w/Perfect Example]	       25:45
----------------------------------------------------------------------------
Artist:			Scott Bishop
Title:			New Lights
Format:                 Album (CD5)
Label:			Hide Your Candy
Catalog Number:		HYC001
Date Recorded:		2004-2005
Release Date:		07 Apr 2009
Time:			35:03
Notes:			A longtime admirer of Bob Mould and Hüsker Dü,
			Scott works the following reference into the lyrics
			of "Kitten's Got Curves," a standout track on his
			New Lights album:

			  ...and talk about music from my younger days
			  Do you think they know who Hüsker Dü was anyways?
			  They can play some video games at the Zen Arcade...

Contents:
			Kitten's Got Curves				4:29
----------------------------------------------------------------------------
Artist:			Let's Wrestle
Title:			In The Court Of The Wrestling Let's
Format:                 2xCD
Label:			Full Time Hobby
Catalog Number:		FTH103CD
Date Recorded:		Unknown
Release Date:		23 Mar 2010
Time:			42:58/37:17
Notes:			Indie-rock vaguely reminiscent of The Fall. The
			Hüsker tribute, included on the bonus disc, is
			sung in a rather desultory manner. The songs on the
			principal disc are a bit stronger overall. Lyrics
			for the Hüsker tribute:

			 I wish that I was in Hot Chip
			 I wish that I could play like Thurston Moore
			 I've spent too many years listening to Lambchop
			 And no matter what they're tuning, it sounds just like before
			 
			 This is the death of an indie-pop fan
			 I wish that I was in Husker Du
			 This is the death of an indie-pop fan
			 I wish that I was in Husker Du

			 I could sound like Neutral Milk Hotel
			 So why can't I sound like Led Zeppelin?
			 Damn that M Ward, I like his new record way too much
			 But it isn't fast, and it isn't tough

			 This is the death, this is the death of an indie-pop fan
			 I wish that I was in Husker Du
			 This is the death of an indie-pop fan
			 I wish that I was in Husker Du

Contents:
			I Wish I Was In Husker Du			2:44
----------------------------------------------------------------------------
Artist:			Casey Neill & the Norway Rats
Title:			GoodBye To The Rank And File
Format:                 CD
Label:			In Music We Trust Records
Catalog Number:		IMWT037
Date Recorded:		Unknown
Release Date:		18 May 2010
Time:			47:15
Notes:			Portland (OR) artist Casey Neill claims Richard
			Thompson and Hüsker Dü as major influences, but
			it's hard not to lump the songs on this album into
			the alt-country category. The band includes, among
			others, Jenny Conlee of the Decemberists. Neill is
			an excellent songwriter, and most of his own songs
			work better than the low-energy cover of "She
			Floated Away."
Contents:
			She Floated Away				2:51
----------------------------------------------------------------------------
Artist:			Cloudberry
Title:			The Closer We Get
Format:                 Album (CD/LP/mp3)
Label:			Welcome Home Music/Rough Trade
Catalog Number:		WHM002 CD
Date Recorded:		Unknown
Release Date:		26 Aug 2011
Time:			30:52
Notes:			Catchy, mid-tempo rock by this German band, somewhat
			shoegazy with occasional folkish touches. The Hüsker
			cover is a laid-back acoustic rendition.
			
Contents:
			Don't Want To Know If You Are Lonely		2:30

			
----------------------------------------------------------------------------
Artist:			Joel Plaskett Emergency
Title:			Scrappy Happiness
Format:                 Album (CD)
Label:			MapleMusic Recordings
Catalog Number:		MRCD 6539 [Canada]
Date Recorded:		Jan-Mar 2012
Release Date:		03 Apr 2012
Time:			40:27
Notes:			This seems to a mostly solo project by Nova Scotia
			singer-songwriter Joel Plaskett, although he does
			credit a couple of other musicians on two tracks.
			It's poppy, personal, folk-tinged stuff, not bad at
			all. There are several Hüsker Dü references in the
			song titled "You're Mine" (lyrics below):

			 Let's make a racket for the old and young
			 For the desperate souls and the lucky ones
			 If we get lonely, if we get lost
			 Let's rattle on until the wheels come off

			 Stumbling, fumbling, singing our songs
			 Making them up as we're going along
			 Passing the guitar, passing the wine
			 Traveling time

			 We gotta choose the weapon for the town we take
			 Singing "Celebrated Summer" for the Quarry Lake
			 Magic's only magic 'til you know the tricks
			 But if this ain't real, I don't know what is

			 Shaking it, faking, never learning my lines
			 Making 'em up for the nickels and dimes
			 Passing the guitar, passing the wine

			 Every young band wants to build The Wall
			 But a real rock record's like a wrecking ball
			 If anybody asks me why I came back here
			 I'll say, "I'm picking up the pieces of a broken year"

			 Wondering, wandering, training my thoughts
			 Following, swallowing, connecting the dots
			 Passing the guitar, passing the wine... lots

			 The skies will turn from pink to blue,
			   the years will turn to sand
			 The needles drop on Hüsker Dü,
			   they were my favorite band
			 I'm traveling through space and time
			   to keep my love alive
			 It's 1995
			 I am yours and you are mine
Contents:
			You're Mine					3:59
----------------------------------------------------------------------------
Artist:			The Mahones
Title:			Angels & Devils
Format:                 Album (CD)
Label:			Divergent Recordings/Whiskey Devil Records
Catalog Number:		TND568 [Canada]
Date Recorded:		Aug-Sep 2012
Release Date:		13 Nov 2012
Time:			46:01
Notes:			The strong Pogues influence is to be expected, given
			the band name, but the arrangements are a bit more
			guitar-driven, rollicking indie-rock. The songs are
			strong and very well executed. Blatant nod to "Fairy
			Tale Of New York" on "Merry Christmas Baby." The
			Hüsker cover is OK, but the Irish shtick works
			better for these guys. Great overlooked album.
Contents:
			Makes No Sense At All				2:36
----------------------------------------------------------------------------
Artist:			The Shanes
Title:			Road Worrier
Format:                 Album (CD)
Label:			Sumo Rex
Catalog Number:		005 [Germany]
Date Recorded:		2012
Release Date:		15 Mar 2013
Time:			37:00
Notes:			Country music band from Germany. A few decent tunes.
			There's tuba on one track, unfortunately not the
			Hüsker cover.
Contents:
			The Girl Who Lives On Heaven Hill		2:28
----------------------------------------------------------------------------
Artist:			Dot Dash!
Title:			Humanity Will Fall/Devastation
Format:                 Album (CD)
Label:			Dashrock Zound
Catalog Number:		DRZ 03 [France]
Date Recorded:		Unknown
Release Date:		Fall 2014
Time:			66:59
Notes:			Straight-up punk rock solidly performed by these
			guys from Montpellier, France. The Hüsker Dü
			cover, captured live, appears on a hidden track
			combined with a Minutemen cover.
Contents:
			Corona/Chartered Trips				7:18
----------------------------------------------------------------------------
Artist:			Brent Godfrey
Title:			Chasing The Dream
Format:                 Album (CDR/mp3 download)
Label:			None [distributed by Kunaki]
Catalog Number:		None
Date Recorded:		Unknown
Release Date:		Dec 2014
Time:			60:24
Notes:			Home recordings by singer-songwriter Brent Godfrey,
			assisted by a long list of other musicians. An 
			eclectic mix of folk, country, and pop tunes with a
			wide variety of influences. Acoustic Hüsker cover.
Contents:
			Green Eyes					2:47
----------------------------------------------------------------------------
Artist:			Prong
Title:			Songs From The Black Hole
Format:                 Album (CD/LP/mp3)
Label:			SPV
Catalog Number:		SPV 268172 CD [Germany]
Date Recorded:		2014
Release Date:		31 Mar 2015
Time:			42:18
Notes:			An album of metallicized covers of punk, indie, and
			classic rock songs. The Hüsker cover is refreshingly
			bludgeony, and the cover of Neil Young's "Cortez The
			Killer" is a standout (even if it does fall short of
			the Built To Spill version)
Contents:
			Don't Want To Know If You Are Lonely		3:32
----------------------------------------------------------------------------
Artist:			Red Arms/Wasted Potential
Title:			The Songs Of Hüsker Dü
Format:                 Digital album (mp3)/limited analog cassette
Label:			None
Catalog Number:		None
Date Recorded:		Feb-Apr 2015
Release Date:		01 May 2015
Time:			28:19
Notes:			Rocking, no-nonsense covers, fist-pumpingly played
			and well produced, by three guys from London ON:
			 Eric Longtin (Red Arms)-guitars, vocals
			 Nick Baird (Wasted Potential)-bass, backing vocals
			 Roberto LoRusso (Red Arms)-drums, backing vocals
			Free download via Bandcamp. A small run (25 copies)
			was also produced on analog cassette.
			
Contents:		New Day Rising					2:42
			The Girl Who Lives On Heaven Hill		3:04
			Something I Learned Today			2:15
			Makes No Sense At All				2:45
			Ice Cold Ice					4:07
			Could You Be The One?				2:36
			Real World					2:36
			Celebrated Summer				4:40
			Don't Want To Know If You Are Lonely		3:34
----------------------------------------------------------------------------
Artist:			Kristofer Aström
Title:			Mother
Format:                 7" single/mp3 download
Label:			Kapitän Platte
Catalog Number:		Kutter 029 [Germany]
Date Recorded:		Unknown
Release Date:		16 Oct 2015
Time:			Unknown
Notes:			Acoustic cover by Swedish singer/songwriter. A-side
			is an acoustic cover of "Mother" by Danzig. Limited
			edition of 500, first 100 on colored vinyl.
Contents:
			Hardly Getting Over It				3:45
----------------------------------------------------------------------------
Artist:			Various
Title:			Jan 2016: Hüsker Dü
Format:                 Digital-only album
Label:			PRF Monthly Tribute Series
Catalog Number:		PRF 19
Date Recorded:		Unknown
Release Date:		31 Jan 2016
Time:			43:30
Notes:			Compilation released as part of a monthly series of
			tribute albums put together by members of the 
			Electrical Audio Forum. Everything from faithful
			covers to folky acoustic interpretations to weird
			electronic renditions.  Not just one, but two
			covers of "Erase Today" (the one by Dr. Nick & the
			LineLevelDisasterUnit is a first-rate version in the
			Hüsker spirit. A couple of post-Hüsker Mould tunes
			are included for good measure. Download link and
			additional info on the Bandcamp page. At the time of
			release, the band now listed as Black Sabbatical was 
			going by "Dr. Nick & the LineLevelDisasterUnit,"
			but must since have decided that the name was too 
			big a mouthful.
Contents:
			Don't Want To Know If You Are Lonely (etch)	3:29
			Powerline (Robert Gomez)			3:06
			Books About UFOs (John Hastie & Christie Prahl)	2:12
			Erase Today (Black Sabbatical)			1:52
			Gee Angel (Hilarity Ensues)			3:59
			Erase Today (Jeremy Porter & The Tucos)		3:26
			Recurring Dreams (Math Patrol)			2:10
			Standing By The Sea (hench)			2:28
			Books About UFOs (Alan Sears & Sarah Ettinger)	2:27
			Pink Turns To Blue (Muff & the Mole)		2:42
			Games (Muff & the Mole)				2:42
			Something I Learned Today (dRo & Nando)		3:42
			Diane (Tom Miles)				4:34
			Roll Over And Die (Joe Lemur)			3:26
----------------------------------------------------------------------------
Artist:			Various
Title:			These Important Years
Subtitle:		Hüsker Dü Revisited
Format:                 Digital-only album
Label:			The Blog That Celebrates Itself Records
Catalog Number:		TBTCI063 [Brazil release]
Date Recorded:		Unknown
Release Date:		01 Sep 2016
Time:			34:18
Notes:			Brazilian compilation available via Bandcamp. The
			Sciflyer version of "Powerline" was previously
			released on their 2002 Melt EP. The other tracks
			are presumably new. The band L.A. Drones! features
			Bruce Moreland of Wall of Voodoo.  
Contents:
			Makes No Sense At All (Never)			2:19
			Green Eyes (The Suncharms)			3:32
			Hardly Getting Over It (Super Napkin)		5:44
			Powerline (Sciflyer)				3:10
			Sorry Somehow (Monographic)			3:16
			Celebrated Summer (Echodrone)			5:36
			The Girl Who Lives On Heaven Hill 
						(Dirty Sidewalks)	3:07
			It's Not Funny Any More (Corrosive Water)	2:05
			Chartered Trips (Frana)				3:40
			Terms Of Psychic Warfare (Soñder)		3:34
			What's Going On? (L.A. Drones!)			4:08
			Don't Want To Know If You Are Lonely
						(Teenage Sin Taste)	3:34
----------------------------------------------------------------------------
Artist:			Lucifer X
Title:			Land Speed Redux
Format:                 Digital-only album
Label:			Valentine Records
Catalog Number:		Valentine 107 [UK]
Date Recorded:		Jul 2016
Release Date:		02 Sep 2016
Time:			25:34
Notes:			Free download via Bandcamp. Manchester band covers
			all of Land Speed Record as dance/electronica
			music. "I'm Not Interested" works pretty well in
			this genre, and the lounge-y rendition of "MTC" is
			sort of catchy. "Bricklayer" starts out as a 
			straightforward cover, but quickly slides into a
			wall of electronic thrash. "Data Control" is played
			straight, with decent results. The three-year-old 
			son of one of the band members contributes vocals on
			two of the tracks, as described below in this blurb
			from the record company:

			 For some reason, Lucifer X decided (across three
			 weekends in July 2016) to record a track-by-track
			 version of the entire album in as many different
			 styles as he could manage, with the help of only
			 some strong coffee and his three year old son
			 Jamie, who contributed guest vocals and percussion
			 to 'Strange Week' and 'Do The Bee' - before heading
			 off to watch Power Rangers in the next room. 

			Note that this is not the same Lucifer X as the
			death metal band from India.
Contents:
			All Tensed Up					1:54
			Don't Try To Call				1:39
			I'm Not Interested				1:48
			Guns At My School				 :58
			Push The Button					2:04
			Gilligan's Island				1:20
			MTC						1:24
			Don't Have A Life				1:20
			Bricklayer					 :59
			Tired Of Doing Things				1:14
			You're Naive					 :57
			Strange Week					1:01
			Do The Bee					1:50
			Big Sky						 :50
			Ultracore					 :52
			Let's Go Die					1:59
			Data Control					3:25
----------------------------------------------------------------------------
Artist:			Brown Angel
Title:			Shutout
Format:                 12" album/mp3 download
Label:			Sleeping Giant Glossolalia
Catalog Number:		SGG-042
Date Recorded:		Unknown
Release Date:		Oct 2016
Time:			34:18
Notes:			Limited-edition (run size unknown) clear vinyl
			pressing. The artwork accompanying the Bandcamp
			digital download suggests that a CD version is (or
			was) under consideration. Heavy, sludgy rendition 
			with growly vocals. From the descriptive blurb on
			the SGG website:

			 "Shutout" is the new LP by Brown Angel, a post-
			 everything trio from Pittsbvrgh/Ecuador for fans
			 of noise rock raga, teutonic industrial aesthetic,
			 and Hellhammer-grade weaponized dub.

			 Roman: kit
			 MacGregor: guitar/vox
			 Rensland: bass gravity sink

			 Mastered by James Plotkin
Contents:
			Data Control					6:18
----------------------------------------------------------------------------
Go on to next section