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Hüsker Dü, Soul Asylum: Irving Plaza, New York

Live Review by Richard Grabel, NME, March 1986

SOUL ASYLUM are lean, scrappy, hungry. they play with a determination to make their mark quickly. They play to win. ...

Soul Asylum: Plaider Than You’ll Ever Be

Profile and Interview by Ira Robbins, Creem, May 1988

It might be said that Soul Asylum is just a wonderful rock 'n' roll band from Minneapolis, a rough and ready quartet embodying explosive energy, ...

Soul Asylum: The Thin White Nose-Candy Line

Interview by Mark Sinker, NME, May 1988

2005 note: I don’t think I ever played one of their records ONCE in all the years since I interviewed them (haha a "sensible Clash" ...

The Minneapolis Scene: Left Of The Dial

Overview by Marc Weingarten, Guitar World, August 1995

In the early Eighties, Hüsker Dü, The Replacements and a handful of other scruffy Minneapolis bands forged what is now known as indie rock. This ...

Soul Asylum: The Man Who Souled The World

Interview by Paul Elliott, Kerrang!, November 1995

Soul Asylum singer Dave Pirner has made a packet out of one big hit. And if he ever gets short, he can borrow a few ...

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