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  • Audio CD (21 Mar. 2005)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Original recording remastered
  • Label: Sweet Nothing
  • ASIN: B0007M42YQ
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The debut offering from Dinosaur Jr (then called simply "Dinosaur") is generally perceived to be an unfocused affair, albeit one which exhibits plenty of potential and includes some genuinely great material in its own right. I tend to agree. The three-piece were very young when they cut this, and it shows in the slightly apprehensive vocal delivery (from both J and Lou) and the muddled production - they seem unsure just what instrument should lead the charge, despite some decent guitar work signalling the future and displaying the talent of the now iconic Mr Mascis.

Despite this, it includes several classic Dinosaur tunes and live favourites and seems to prove that Mascis' songwriting skill arrived fully-formed, if not his instrumental performance. "Repulsion", "Severed Lips" and the brooding "Quest" (with the personality-defining chorus of "Why won't you be my friend?") are all brilliant songs despite the sonic shortcomings of the recording. Other highlights sound more like Lou's contributions, or group efforts at the very least, and "Forget The Swan" comes off as possibly the best track on the record. It's certainly one of the most effective songs in their post-reunion live set, and is usually played with just the confidence and aggression the studio version lacks. Lou's influence can also be heard on "Gargoyle" and "Mountain Man" - both successes, exemplifying the clash of influences in Dinosaur Jr's genetic make-up: hardcore punk's aggressive catchiness, the pure noise of Hendrix-esque wild soloing, and more than a dash of post-punk's angular restraint.
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Released back in 1985 this seminal recording is in my opinion Dinosaur Jr/J Mascis finest hour. Nevermind (no pun intended) that it was the glorious precursor to the whole Seattle Sub Pop scene that spawned Nirvana, Mudhoney, Tad, Screaming Trees or the Boston based genius of the Pixies, on this debut outing J Mascis, Lou Barlow and Murph created the blueprint for the whole

U.S. "alt-rock/grunge" sound that was to dominate both the "pop" charts and indie-rock in the late 80's and early 90's. While there is no doubting the influence and brilliance of the Dino's follow up "You're Living All Over Me" or the splendid slacker/Gen X overkill of "Bug" this is where it all started for the Dino's and the importance of this debut album is pivotal to understanding U.S. alt-rock's transition from hardcore punk to grunge and the multi-platinum success of that movement's greatest luminaries Nirvana. That's not to say that 'Dinosaur' is a proto-Nevermind it's simply too vast a canvas of influences and inspiration to merit that tag. Simply put no other album of its' time had such a sprawling, out of kilter and off the wall range of sound, fury, melody and genius.
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