The Argument is the fourth and final solo studio album from Grant Hart, formerly of the band Hüsker Dü. The album was released in 2013, four years before Hart's death. It is a concept album based on John Milton's Paradise Lost, and inspired by Hart's friendship with renowned beat author William S. Burroughs. The album features guitar, keyboards, mallet instruments, and found sounds. It was released to universal critical acclaim.
music noteChords for Grant Hart-2541 (. Grant Hart - Don't Want To Know If You Are Lonely - Glasgow 2011. Grant Hart- Signed . Grant Hart - Sorry Somehow.
Jimmy gave me the number Jerry gave us a place to stay And Billy got a hold of a van And man we moved in the very next day. To twenty-five forty-one Big windows to let in the sun Twenty-five forty-one. This song was actually written to be included on the Hüsker Dü album New Day Rising, but Bob Mould rejected it. "2541" Track Info.
2541 Original recording. Grant Hart Format: Vinyl. This is a studio EP (or CD-single) released in support of Grant Hart's solo album Intolerance back in 1988. I like the alternate versions of "2541" and "Come Come. They're paced more calmly than the album versions and have a nice wide mix with some reverb (not too much) and female backing vocals
Also performed by: Robert Forster, Marshall Crenshaw. Album: Intolerance (1989). Translations: Catalan, Spanish. Jimmy gave us the number. Jerry gave us a place to stay. And Billy got a hold of a van. And man we moved in the very next day. To 2541. Big windows to let in the sun. 2541. Well I put down the money. And I picked up the keys.
Backing Vocals [Background Vocals] – Ruben Hernandez Hernandez, Steve Snow , Tim Piotrowski
|SST 219||Grant Hart||2541 (12", Single)||SST Records||SST 219||US||1988|
|SST 921||Grant Hart||2541 (10", Single, RE, Pur)||SST Records||SST 921||US||1991|
|SST CD 219||Grant Hart||2541 (CD, Mini, Single)||SST Records||SST CD 219||US||1988|
|SST 219||Grant Hart||2541 (12", Single, TP)||SST Records||SST 219||US||1988|
|SSTC 219||Grant Hart||2541 (Cass, Maxi)||SST Records||SSTC 219||US||1988|