Dinosaur Jr thread of appreciation

#41

It’s my favourite too - exceptional album - though Living all over me, Bug and Green Mind aren’t far behind.

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#42

Got to be honest, i don’t remember how this Japan no.1 goes. handing in my fanboy credentials in shame.

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#43

Without a sound is probably their most forgettable album, forgot the name of it once even though I had the poster on my wall for ages

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#44

Absolutely the most reliable live band there is these days.

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#45

Used to have a t shirt of the album cover. But can barely remember a song off the album.

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#46

Apart from feel the pain.

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#47

I like the one that launches straight into the solo

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#48

‘Grab It’? That’s pretty good!

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#49

isn"t feel the pain on this one?

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#50

You can get the dinosaur jr book for a £10 (deluxe one for £50). It is really good, wish more bands did stuff like this, nice photos, background and ephemera

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#51

It’s a great book although (full disclosure) my mate wrote a lot of it

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#52

I really, really like Green Mind

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#53

You watch videos like this and you wonder if you were born at the wrong time

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#54

Have to disagree, J looked like an inscrutable rock god circa Bug

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#55

I’d go to this (obviously bad when frank turner did one but this is different for some reason)

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#56

I’m just imagining a handful of people sitting around a campfire. J Mascis has an acoustic guitar and all is silent for a while, then he does this amazing solo for about forty-five seconds, there’s a few more seconds of silence and he murmurs “OK”

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#58

I’m in

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#59

Big fan of this gear rundown / general chit chat video

He is certainly an interesting character.

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#60

Peak Mascis, this.

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