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Tj from Glenshaw, PA 
Jan 31 2010 Rating: 5/5 Stars
Descendents -Somery LP
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Somery LP

If you are looking to get into the Descendents for the first time and are not sure what to buy, get this.

It is a compilation album of material from the beginning all the way through the album "ALL."

There are a surprisingly few number of songs left off this compilation that I would have included myself if I had the chance. This would be the best Descendents album if it wasn't old material.

Some notes on the double LP: It is not a gatefold, two disks are crammed into one package, and there is no lyrics sheet or other insert included.

Tj from Glenshaw, PA 
Jan 31 2010 Rating: 5/5 Stars
Husker Du -Zen Arcade (Double) LP
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Husker Du
Zen Arcade (Double) LP

This album is, in my view, the best album ever created. Everything about it is so good, from the passion you can feel when the lyrics are screamed all the way down to the track ordering, everything is perfect.

The album is a sort of conceptual album about a buy who runs away from home only to realize the world outside isn't any better than his messed up home life.

It's got 23 tracks, and honestly, only two of which I don't care for. It has several noise tracks and a couple piano interludes.

One thing this album does manage to do is throw everything, including the kitchen sink, at the listener and not sound pretentious or come off as if they are making music by not making music like some underground bands tend to do.

Despite how good it is, it IS NOT recommended for the person trying to get into Husker Du for the first time. It requires a couple of listens for one to fully gain appreciation. I didn't like it at first. Instead, if that is the case, go check out "New Day Rising" or "Candy Apple Grey." Both excellent records but more accessible.

Tj from Glenshaw, PA 
Jan 31 2010 Rating: 4/5 Stars
Husker Du -Eight Miles High 10

Husker Du
Eight Miles High 10"

This is a great 10" from Husker Du. It's got "Eight Miles High" "Makes No Sense at All," "Love is All Around," and a nice touch - a live recording of "Masochism World" from Zen.

Overall, it is a great record with 4 great tracks. "Love is All Around" is a cover of the theme song to the Mary Tyler Moore show.

If you're a big Du fan or just getting into them for the firs time, it's worth the money.

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