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  • Audio CD (1 Oct. 2012)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: P.I.L.
  • ASIN: B009A9BHWM
  • Other Editions: Audio CD  |  Vinyl  |  MP3 Download
  • Average Customer Review: 4.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (12 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 275,615 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

1. Almost Ready
2. Crumble
3. Pick Me Up
4. Back to Your Heart
5. This Is All I Came to Do
6. Been There All the Time
7. It's Me
8. We're Not Alone
9. I Got Lost
10. Lightning Bulb
11. What If I Knew

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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By Malcatron on 9 May 2007
Format: Audio CD
So J and Lou have kissed and made up, but was it worth it?

You bet your ass it was!!

If you liked the original stuff then you won't be disappointed here, everything is in place from J's drawl and mind boggling, teatering on the edge guitar work to Lous unique strummed bass and Murphs powerful tub thumping. Also, caught them live a couple of times since they reformed and they are as gigantic a live experience as ever. Only down side is it may have you thinking "was that REALLY 20 years ago!!!?"

But nostalgia aside this is a great album in its own right. If you've never even heard of Dinosaur Jr but like melodic powerful guitar driven music you should check this out. I reckon it's as good a place to start as any of their original stuff, and that's saying something!!
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By ratmonkey on 3 Aug. 2011
Format: Audio CD Verified Purchase
Having come to this after their more recent (as of 2011) release, Farm, I was glad I did not purchase this in 2007. It was a relatively big deal that DJ had reformed with the original group, last seen on Bug and I was rather excited but had almost overdosed on all of their previous albums so was not as eager to indulge as I would have been 10 or so years ago. But when Farm came out it was the cover that hooked me. Very old skool DJ. And the music reflected this as well. It was a mixture of the later stuff with a tinge of Sebadoh for good measure. Beyond is good but just the least interesting album they have made.

'Almost Ready' is a good opener and quite upbeat; a great intro to a newer DJ. 'Crumble' however sounds very reminiscent of their post Green Mind country-grunge but has no hook or finesse. 'Pick Me Up' starts better and almost sounds like a throwback to Bug. The first half of the song has great power and melody and should have stopped at 2 or 3 mins in length. The final act is all widdly solos from an increasingly overindulgent Mascis. You can tell 'Back To Your Heart' is written by Barlow as it sounds like a Sebadoh song which is odd on a new DJ album. Ironically however, it is the best song on this album by a long shot in my opinion. It's well crafted and paced and has a great melody. 'This is All I Came to Do' is ok but does go on slightly too long for its own worth. It revolves around a typically catchy Mascis chorus that loops and repeats many times. This has worked on past tracks that use simple melodies to great effect, like 'Seemed Like the Thing to Do', but here it gets a bit boring. The single, 'Been There All the Time' is good and has energy but does not outshine any of the great DJ back catalogue.

'It's Me' I really like.
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6 of 7 people found the following review helpful By pandagas on 2 May 2007
Format: Audio CD
In the late 80's, early 90's I was a big fan of alternative rock from

the US, sebadoh, pavement, pixies, polvo, arcwelder, superchunk, mudhoney, early nirvana, trumans water, archers of loaf, sonic youth, lemonheads, smashing pumpkins, sugar,screaming trees - they all had that slacker vibe which appealed to my teenage self. Come university in 93 and for me it was Warp records all the way as the records became less fresh sounding. In the past couple of years i have been dusting off my old vinyl and some of it stands up pretty well. In this sense there is nothing on Beyond which i haven't heard before, especially in terms of general song structure eg a chunky riff, a wistful/pained first verse and one line choruses repeated.

However, the quality and production of the songs is good and there are some awesome sounding guitar solos - DJ have basically taken all that was good about that scene and assembled it into an effortless and contemporary feeling package. This album could not have been released at the time, as the whole has been informed by history and put together by musicians who have consistently produced quality music in the years since - happily Beyond is all the better for it.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By S. J. R. Cheesman on 24 July 2007
Format: Audio CD
You would think a group of 40 somethings would be producing 'dad rock' but much like Primal Scream, Dinosaur Jr, now boasting the original lineup from some 20 year ago, have produced a very good album indeed. After 5 or so listens the songs really stick with you. It reminds me of the standout tracks on 'You're Living all over me' and 'Bug'. The sound for those unfamiliar with Dinosaur Jr is a bit Neil Young, a bit Husker Du (pop/rock faze) but mainly original Dinosaur Jr. To sum up, if you're 36-45 and like the original lineup this is a must buy. If you're 16-25 this is a must buy, sees off those young pretenders such as the Kings Of Leon, The Strokes and Cold War Kids etc.. Album of the year so far...just.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Puffinsnotreal on 9 Dec. 2010
Format: Audio CD
I'm not in the habit of giving out 5 stars but when you have spent your formative teenage years listening and loving a band only to watch it self destruct when they refrom it is something special.

This is a fine alt rock, post punk, post hardcore album (real 80's guitar based hardcore stuff not the samply beaty Ministry of Sound stuff you get today).

Surely J Mascis is one of the finest guitarist upon the earth and Murph it's drummer. Lou Barlow's bass thunders throughout and he has the standout track on Back to your heart (well done for letting him have that J!).

Stop reading this crap review and buy the damn thing.
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