In a Free Land
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|"In A Free Land"|
|Single by Hüsker Dü|
|Recorded||February 1982 at Blackberry Way, Minneapolis, Minnesota|
|Label||New Alliance Records|
|Producer(s)||Steve Fjelstad and Hüsker Dü|
|Hüsker Dü singles chronology|
This release finds the band in a period where its music was still strictly hardcore punk, but does have a hint of their future melodic style, particularly in the title track.
The single's pressing was limited to 2,500 copies upon its release, along with an unknown number that contained a lyric insert. 
The three tracks, in remixed form (a necessity since the original two-track master was lost by the pressing plant hired by New Alliance), appear on the Everything Falls Apart and More CD. The loss of the original two-track master to this EP may have led to a popular rumor that the stereo master to Everything Falls Apart itself had been lost.
In 2009, at the All Tomorrow's Parties festival in New York City, Bob Mould teamed up with members of No Age to perform the song, possibly the first time the song has been performed live since 1987.
- "In A Free Land" (Mould) 2:50
- "What Do I Want?" (Hart) 1:16
- "M.I.C." (Mould) 1:07