Hüsker Dü ‎– Everything Falls Apart

Label:
Reflex Records (5) ‎– REFLEX D
Format:
Vinyl, 12", 45 RPM
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Tracklist Masquer Crédits

A1 From The Gut 1:36
A2 Blah, Blah, Blah 2:09
A3 Punch Drunk 0:29
A4 Bricklayer 0:31
A5 Afraid Of Being Wrong 1:21
A6 Sunshine Superman
Written-By – D. Leitch*
1:56
A7 Signals From Above 1:38
B1 Everything Falls Apart 2:15
B2 Wheels 2:08
B3 Target 1:45
B4 Obnoxious 0:53
B5 Gravity 2:37

Entreprises, etc.

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Notes

Around 10,000 copies were pressed in 2 batches of 5,000 each

Recorded & mixed June/July '82
Total Access, Redondo Beach, CA
Edited at Blackberry Way, MPLS.

All songs ℗ © Reflex Music 1982, except track A6 D. Leitch (ASCAP)
Made in the U.S.A.

Sides are not indicated on the labels. On the dead wax, side A is called "black", side B "blue", which are the respective color of the labels. Cat# is printed on the spine and etched in the runout grooves.
Comes with large folded blue & white lyric insert.

On spine (Stamped): HUSKER DU EVERYTHING FALLS APART REFLEX D.

Code-Barres et Autres Identifiants

  • Matrix / Runout (Black Side [A]): REFLEX D BLACK S-9971 BAREFOOT & PREGNANT
  • Matrix / Runout (Blue Side [B]): REFLEX D BLUE S-9972 KITTEN
  • Rights Society: ASCAP

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Cat N° Artiste Titre (Format) Label Cat N° Country Année
BES03LP Hüsker Dü Everything Falls Apart(LP, Unofficial) Bespoke Discs BES03LP UK 1990 Vendre cette version
HÜDÜCD 1 Hüsker Dü Everything Falls Apart(CD, Unofficial) Wild Angel Records HÜDÜCD 1 Europe 1992 Vendre cette version
MN 55120 Hüsker Dü Everything Falls Apart(12", Unofficial) Reflex Records (6) MN 55120 Unknown Vendre cette version
MN 55120 Hüsker Dü Everything Falls Apart(12", Unofficial) Reflex Records (6) MN 55120 Unknown Vendre cette version
none Hüsker Dü Everything Falls Apart(LP, Unofficial) Reflex Records (6) none Germany Unknown Vendre cette version

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Donut_Duck

23 juin 2014

Despite the title track, there are a lot of filler on the album. Why would anyone repeat BRICKLAYER when you've got the best version released already? Their weakest studio album.