One of my favourite albums ever recorded. Bob Mould wrote some amazing tracks when he was playing with Dü. I always loved the way this band ingratiated themselves within the nascent Hardcore community yet saw fit to push every boundary right to it's upper limit. They never reached the 'glory' of astronomical album sales but their influence still reverberates at a quiet hum even today in and around the 21st Century's Post Hardcore rattle & pop. Tracks such as 59 Times The Pain, Girl Who Lives On Heaven Hill and Terms Of Psychic Warfare still give me a kick.
New Day Rising (Mediafire)