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Dear You (Out Of Stock) by Jawbreaker

Dear You (Out Of Stock)
Vinyl LP Reissue - 2 LPs Sealed

Dear You (Out Of Stock)
by Jawbreaker

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Product Code:
REVR-BLA-004
Label:
Blackball
Genre:
Rock
Format:
Vinyl LP Reissue - 2 LPs Sealed
UPC:
759718089417
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Originally released in September 1995 and taken out of print after first pressing, Dear You became a cult favorite of a new crop of supporters who burned or eBay'd the album at collector nerd prices. Many new punk, hardcore, emo, and pop bands cite Jawbreaker (and Dear You in particular) as an influence. This special reissue contains extra tracks (the entire session) and a video of Fireman. Guitarist / vocalist Blake Schwarzenbach is now in Jets To Brazil. Bassist Chris Bauermeister is currently writing his dissertation on Medieval German history. Drummer Adam Pfahler is in Whysall Lane and has fathered two.

The complete Dear You recordings (18 tracks, over 74 minutes of music)

Enhanced CD contains the Fireman video

CD with 24-page color booklet of lyrics, expanded art, photos

1. Save Your Generation
2. I Love You So Much It's Killing Us Both
3. Fireman
4. Accident Prone
5. Chemistry
6. Oyster
7. Million
8. Lurker II: Dark Son of Night
9. Jet Black
10. Bad Scene, Everyone's Fault
11. Sluttering (May 4th)
12. Basilica
13. Unlisted Track
14. Shirt
15. Into You Like a Train
16. Sister
17. Friendly Fire
18. Boxcar

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