The music from 1983’s Everything Falls Apart and More (and assorted rarities) is like raw stick figures compared with the fleshed-out melodic punk brilliance of the Hüskers Dü’s later work. The spirited electric blur of the disbanded trio, led by singer-guitarist Bob Mould, obscures the winning sensitivity they went on to show. Like much of indie rock’s inspired amateurism, this flash of lightning couldn’t be preserved. B-
Everything Falls Apart and More The music from 1983's Everything Falls Apart and More (and assorted rarities) is like raw stick figures compared with the fleshed...Everything Falls Apart and MoreRock The music from 1983's Everything Falls Apart and More (and assorted rarities) is like raw stick figures compared with the fleshed...1993-02-12
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