You're Living All Over Me

Dinosaur Jr.

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MRG244 | Release Date 2005

1987's You're Living All Over Me was a breakthrough record for Dinosaur Jr. and a seminal moment in alternative rock. Reigning in some of the noise from 1985's debut, Dinosaur (MRG243), and featuring the first compositions by Lou Barlow, You're Living All Over Me became a blueprint for nineties guitar rockers and lo-fi DIY bedroom songsmiths alike. According to All Music Guide this is the record that "established guitar heroics as a part of indie rock, bringing the noise of Sonic Youth into more conventional song structures."

Track/Song Title Duration Price MP3 Track
Play Little Fury Things 03:36 $0.99 Buy
Play Kracked 03:43 $0.99 Buy
Play SludgeFeast 04:37 $0.99 Buy
Play The Lung 05:24 $0.99 Buy
Play Raisans 03:37 $0.99 Buy
Play Tarpit 02:53 $0.99 Buy
Play In a Jar 02:32 $0.99 Buy
Play Lose 03:38 $0.99 Buy
Play Poledo 05:42 $0.99 Buy
Play Just Like Heaven 02:50 $0.99 Buy

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