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Sebadoh - Its All You (CD)

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  1. Sebadoh is an indie-rock band originally formed in in Westfield, Massachusetts, by Dinosaur Jr. bass player Lou Barlow and Eric Gaffney. The band began as a side project, but when Barlow was kicked out of Dinosaur Jr in , Sebadoh became his full-time concern.
  2. Apr 18,  · and you knew the game was on controlled demolition and yr deepest suspicion now you are all alone with yr facts, yr old games and the water flows the same accept it like a mission its .
  3. Part of Sebadoh's charm is that their records are always rather inconsistent, flipping wildly between sonic extremes as well as musical genres. In a sense, Harmacy is no different than its predecessors, but there are some crucial differences that makes it their most accessible effort. Previously, that title was held by 's Bakesale, but in between that record and Harmacy, Lou Barlow had a.
  4. May 17,  · Sebadoh were something of the “Beautiful Losers” of the ’90s indie scene. Lou Barlow emerged from Northamption hardcore act Deep Wound, and later Dinosaur Jr., having famously been.
  5. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of It's All You on Discogs. Label: Domino - RUG89CD • Format: CD Single • Country: UK • Genre: Rock • Style: Alternative Rock Sebadoh - It's All You (, CD) | Discogs4/5(3).
  6. legends. After all, there was a 14 year gap/semi-hiatus between ’s Defend Yourself and its predecessor, The Sebadoh, so really, six years is nothing. Besides, the trio – Lou Barlow, Jason Loewenstein and Bob D’Amico – have a pretty good reason.
  7. You must get this if you're a true Sebadoh fan! This CD has everything!! A lot more Jason material, and best of all, Russ!!! It's been in my CD player ever since I got it, and they're worth every penny to see live. Read more. One person found this helpful. Helpful. Comment Report abuse/5(17).
  8. Pretty much every review on here, from repulsed, to indifferent, to adoring, is absolutely right on when it comes to this landmark album. I had always regarded III as my personal favorite seBADoh album, but figured I was alone in this sentiment for years until a drunken discussion in with a friend from a much different part of the country; together we hit upon the merits of III itself and.

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