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Jawbreaker

Dear You

Geffen 248

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The beloved 1995 major label debut (and last album) from emo pioneers and bittersweet punk rock darlings Jawbreaker. Thirteen classic tracks.

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Average Customer Rating: 5 with 17 reviews (See Below)
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Song Titles
# Song Name Popularity
1 Save Your Generation  5%
2 I Love You So Much It's Killing Us Both  5%
3 Fireman Voted #3  14%
4 Accident Prone Voted #2  20%
5 Chemistry  4%
6 Oyster  3%
7 Million  4%
8 Lurker II: Dark Son Of Night  2%
9 Jet Black Voted #1  21%
10 Bad Scene, Everyone's Fault  5%
11 Sluttering (May 4th)  14%
12 Basilica  2%
13 Unlisted Track  3%
Come back on or after Monday, January 1 to vote for your favorite songs

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Grant from Smyrna, TN 
Jan 8 2004 Rating: 5/5 Stars

cannot even begin to explain in words. beautiful album. "jet black" is a song i could never get tired of...well, take that back...all the songs on the album i'd never get tired of.

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Eli from Pocatello, ID 
Jan 6 2004 Rating: 5/5 Stars

This is quickly becoming one of my favorite CDs and Jawbreaker is becoming one of my favorite bands. Good lyrics, and melodic punk songs. All the songs are good, but my favorites are Fireman, Accident Prone, Save Your Generation, Chemistry, well I like them all really. So seriously get this and not crap because this is classic. If you are new to Jawbreaker get this or 24 Hour Revenge Therapy.

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Jenni from Santa Teresa, NM 
Dec 30 2003 Rating: 5/5 Stars

calling this cd a masterpiece does not give it justice. this is what songwriters and aspiring bands dream of being albe to write like, its amazing that 9 years after its release that this cd has left such a huge impact on me. from the frist listen i got chills up my spine. i cant believe that these guys broke up, i can only imagine what awesome cds would have come out of them. i can barely put it into words, just buy the cd. do yourself a musical favor.

p.s. this is david, not jenni

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Justin from State College, PA 
Dec 15 2003 Rating: 4/5 Stars

I'm not a big Jawbreaker fan but I was blown away by the lyrics and raw sound this album has. It was actually made before this new retarted emo "I'm sad because it's cool," generation of kids came along. It's basically an extremely honest singer giving you an earful of real lyrics with a real sound in the background.

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Greg from Elk Grove, IL 
Oct 5 2003 Rating: 5/5 Stars

Poetry at it's best. These songs take a while to get into them, but once you like them, they are hard to get out of your head. I have heard very little of their earlier cds, but lyrically they are impressive.

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Michael from Darien, IL 
Sep 29 2003 Rating: 5/5 Stars

I'm with Jake's review down below. A great album, quite possibly Jawbreaker's finest. I just got into these guys a few months ago, and I've been loving myself constantly for it. Check it out.

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Jaime from Clifton, NJ 
Aug 17 2003 Rating: 5/5 Stars

in a world of over-processed bands...this album is a welcome change. jawbreaker is a great band and i think this might be their best cd.

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Edwin from Montebello, CA 
Aug 10 2003 Rating: 5/5 Stars

First things first, Jawbreaker is freaking great. Dont think this is a bias opinion because it isnt.. i hate emo. I first heard about Jawbreaker in a Ataris song, and i heard from a couple friends that they were great so i gave them a chance. To tell u the truth i wasnt dissapointed to any extent.... there a great sounding band that have awesome melodic soothing songs... Jawbreaker is kinda hard to describe because u cant really compare there style to any other bands... they are in a league of their own. So if ur looking for a band that u can listen to and just chill, then get this cuz trust me u wont regret it at all. Great buy!

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Roland from Fairfield, CA 
Jun 13 2003 Rating: 5/5 Stars

Jawbreaker was just a great fucking band. Everything they put out is amazing. Dear You, although not their best album, is still a masterpiece. With songs like fireman, accident prone, bad scene everyone's fault, and sluttering, Dear You was one of Jawbreaker's finest. Get 24 Hour Revenge Therapy first though before this. That one was their best. Jawbreaker is the closest thing to emo(emo sucks by the way) I will ever like.

Hey, I'm graduating high school tomorrow! Fuck you Armijo High School

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Jake from Downers Grove, IL 
May 24 2003 Rating: 5/5 Stars

I don't think I need to say much else other than Jawbreaker is my favorite band on the planet right now and that this is by far their best release in my opinion. If you're new to this band and want to check them out, buy this cd and you will not be disappointed. Every song on here rules.

-Jake (By Any Means)

 
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