Thursday, June 11, 2009

Dinosaur Jr.- Farm

Band: Dinosaur Jr.
Album: Farm
Genre: Alternative, Grunge, Indie
Release Date: 2009 (Advance)
Country of Origin: USA
  1. "Pieces" – 4:34
  2. "I Want You to Know" – 4:32
  3. "Ocean in the Way" – 4:22
  4. "Plans" – 6:43
  5. "Your Weather" (Barlow) – 3:08
  6. "Over It" – 3:49
  7. "Friends" – 4:34
  8. "Said the People" – 7:43
  9. "There's No Here" – 3:41
  10. "See You" – 5:49
  11. "I Don't Wanna Go There" – 8:45
  12. "Imagination Blind" (Barlow) – 3:21

We all know Dinosaur Jr. is amazing, there really isn't much debate over that. However, many of their albums were released without the original lineup of J., Lou Barlow, and Murph. Their first three albums- "Dinosaur", "You're Living All Over Me", and "Bug" - are the only albums created with the original lineup ... then "Beyond" came along in '07 around the same time as their reunion tour and the original lineup was back. Personally, I thought "Beyond" could have been better (my expectations were high), but it was a really awesome album regardless. Earlier on in the year I had heard that Dino was going to release a new album and since have been anxiously awaiting. Not only that, but I was also excited that they were now signed to jagjaguwar, a very prominent indie label that has signed the likes of Sunset Rubdown, Pink Mountaintops, and Julie Doiron, among others. I wasn't a big fan of Merge and was a little dissappointed when I had found out "Beyond" would be released under them.
Personally, I think everyone should download this simply on the principle that it's a new Dino album, but I recognize that not everyone may be as excited about it as I am. The album itself sounds amazing, arguably better than Beyond, and reminds me a lot of the "Where You Been" era of Dinosaur Jr. (aside from "You're Living All Over Me," my favourite Dinosaur Jr. album). Give it a try and pick yourself up a hard copy on June 23rd (along with the new Sunset Rubdown album, Dragonslayer).

Here it is, enjoy.

EDIT: since it was taken down, I'll at least link to the Daytrotter Sessions. hopefully the web sheriff doesn't rape that too.


noodle said...

taken down already it seems.


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On behalf of PIAS, Jagjaguwar and Dinosaur Jr, we would kindly ask you
not to post copies of "Farm" on your site (or any non-preview tracks
from the artist's new album - US street date 23rd June).

We do appreciate that you are fans of / are promoting Dinosaur Jr, but
the labels and artist would greatly appreciate your co-operation in
removing your links to the pirate files in question.

Thanks for respecting the artist's and labels' wishes and, if you / your
readers want good quality, non-pirated, previews, then "I Want You To
Know", "Over It" and the b-side "Tarpit" (live) are all officially
available for fans and bloggers to link to / post / host etc ... .. for
further info and details of on-line promotions, videos and the band's
2009 shows, check-out and

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Foldered said...

Fuck. This is the third time. Actually, the fourth, I think.

Anonymous said...

Web Sheriff needs to use his internet skills to learn the proper use of commas.