Dinosaur Jr.'s Vinyl Reissues Now Up for Pre-Order
Announcing West Coast Bug Tour
Over the last 25+ years, Dinosaur Jr. has influenced a countless number of bands, both peers and protégés, by wailing their classic union of melodic bass, seething drums, virtuosic guitar shredding and listless vocal delivery through the iconic Marshall stacks.
Jagjaguwar is honored to reissue the band's first three albums on vinyl, Dinosaur, You’re Living All Over Me and Bug, on October 4th, 2011. Originally released on the venerable Homestead and SST labels in the 1980’s, the reissues stay true to form and include the cardinal track lists.
The vinyl reissues are now available for pre-order. Click here to pre-order at SC Distribution. Dinosaur Jr. will do a short west coast tour performing Bug in its entirety with Henry Rollins interviewing the band prior to each performance.
You're Living All Over Me (1987)
BUG TOUR DATES:
12/12/11 Costa Mesa, CA: Segerstrom CFA w/Henry Rollins interviews, Pierced Arrows
12/13/11 Solana Beach, CA: Belly Up Tavern w/Henry Rollins interviews, Pierced Arrows
12/14/11 Los Angeles, CA: The Music Box w/Henry Rollins interviews
12/15/11 San Francisco, CA: The Fillmore w/Henry Rollins interviews
12/16/11 Portland, OR: Crystal Ballroom w/Henry Rollins interviews, Pierced Arrows
12/17/11 Seattle, WA: Showbox at the Market w/Henry Rollins interviews, Pierced Arrows
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Wednesday, September 14, 2011
Shopping For Records #56: Dinosaur Jr. is Reissued Vinyl(ly)... (Revisited)
It's worth mentioning again that Dinosaur Jr.'s Dinosaur, You're Living All Over Me and Bug will be getting reissued by Jagjaguwar in early October. News of their west coast Bug dates and links come courtesy of the good people at Jagjaguwar.
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