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Hüsker Dü, Soul Asylum: Irving Plaza, New York

Live Review by Richard Grabel, New Musical Express, 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, New Musical Express, 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" ...

Soul Asylum: Universal Amphitheatre, Los Angeles, CA

Live Review by Bill Holdship, Spin, April 1993

"WE'RE THE opening band," mumbled Dave Pirner, as Soul Asylum burst into 'Veil of Tears', kicking off the final set of what was a pretty ...

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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