Grant Hart is best known as the drummer (and singer and songwriter) in Hüsker Dü. Following the band's breakup, Hart released a solo album, Intolerance, on which he played most of the instruments himself.
In the mid-90s, he formed the band Nova Mob, which released two albums before disbanding. Hart subsequently returned to his solo career.Much has been made of the volatile relationship Hart had with Husker Du guitarist Bob Mould and the band's acrimonious break-up with fans of the band spliting into two camps and searching for cutting remarks on the solo albums of both men.
However, in 2004 Hart and Mould reunited at the benefit concert for Karl Mueller, the bassist for fellow Minneapolis stalwarts, Soul Asylum, who was then fighting what would turn out to be a losing battle with cancer.
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