The Massachusetts band who 'emerged from the depths of hardcoreâ€™s primeval sump'
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King Buzzo wrote:Why has no one recommended Bug? I mean come on Freakscene is awesome. No track on that record sucks.
About time someone mentions Freak Scene!!!!!!!
my all time favorite Dinosaur Jr. song....I'm not a big Dino fan but this song definitly stand out.
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Jacen wrote:Id recommend freak scene or start choppin for anyone just starting to listen to D jr, certainly not the self titled album thats maybe a bit obscure for first time listener.
Maybe my post was invisible?
Left out in the cold.
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Any bands people can recommend sort of similar to Dinosaur Jr? I don't mean side projects or anything though.
How can I begin anything new with all of yesterday in me?
I listen to a lot of Yo La Tango, Sebadoh and Lemonheads. All of them sound somewhat similiar to Dino Jr. to me.
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FeedMyEyes wrote:Any bands people can recommend sort of similar to Dinosaur Jr? I don't mean side projects or anything though.
Buffalo Tom, at least their first two albums (both produced by Masics) back in the day Buffalo Tom were affectionatly called Dinosaur Jr. Jr.
Pavement are sort of similar in their lo-fi feel.
Possibly Sonic Youth
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You're Living All Over Me
My favorite songs of theirs and that they played?
In A Jar
Little Furry Things
Just Like Heaven
Show Me The Way
Been There All The Time
Feel The Pain.... just to name a few
If Sonic Youth is Nirvana's cool, responsible, artsy older brother with a cute asian girlfriend, then Dinosaur Jr would be the best friend you had in high school that was constantly stoned.