Category: Blues Rock

Incomplete - Jawbreaker - Unfun (Vinyl, LP, Album)

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  1. referencing Unfun, LP, Album, TP, SH There were two distinct sets of test pressings. The second was remastered, and is the same as the first commercial pressing.
  2. Unfun by Jawbreaker, released 19 April 1. Want 2. Seethruskin 3. Fine Day 4. Incomplete 5. Imaginary War 6. Busy 7. Softcore 8. Driven 9. Wound Down Gutless Drone Lawn Crane Eye-5 Busy (7" mix).
  3. Doing some research, I read that Dear You was the complete opposite of Jawbreaker's debut album unfun. It is a bit true but I love both equally. The faster no nonsense tempo of unfun blends nicely of Blake's raspy and brutal vocals. The songs on the album are very easy to understand to an extent but still remain poetic enough to keep their luster/5(9).
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  6. It was first released on Shredder Records in on CD, LP and cassette formats. In October , it was announced that the album was being remastered for release through drummer Adam Pfahler's label, Blackball Records.
  7. Unfun, an Album by Jawbreaker. Released 30 March on Blackball (catalog no. BBCD; CD). Genres: Punk Rock, Emo, Pop Punk.
  8. reissue of this classic debut album from the American Alt-Rock heroes. Unfun was recorded in Venice, California, and is a combination of Pop-influenced Punk and DC-influenced Hardcore. However, unlike contemporary Pop-Punk, Unfun has a dark quality and a maturity emblemized by it's literary aspirations/5(17).

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