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Dinosaur Jr. - You're Living All Over Me Full Album

Dinosaur Jr. - You're Living All Over Me Full Album Performer: Dinosaur Jr.
Title: You're Living All Over Me
Style: Indie Rock, Alternative Rock
Category: Rock
Date of release: 2005
Country: US
Label: Baked Goods Records
Catalog number: BG-05
Size MP3: 2740 mb
Size FLAC: 2765 mb
Rating: 4.5


1Little Fury Things
Backing Vocals – Lee Ranaldo
4In A Jar
Written-By, Recorded By – Lou
6Sludge Feast
7Just Like Heaven
8The Lung


CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
SST 130Dinosaur You're Living All Over Me ‎(LP, Album)SST RecordsSST 130US1987
SSTC 130Dinosaur You're Living All Over Me ‎(Cass, Album)SST RecordsSSTC 130US1987
JAG197Dinosaur Jr. You're Living All Over Me ‎(LP, Album, RE, RM)JagjaguwarJAG197US2011
BG05Dinosaur Jr. You're Living All Over Me ‎(LP, Album, RE, TP)Baked Goods RecordsBG05US2005
BG-05Dinosaur Jr. You're Living All Over Me ‎(LP, Album, Ltd, RE, Pur)Baked Goods RecordsBG-05US2005


  • Bass, Ukulele, Vocals, Tape [Tapes]Lou Barlow
  • Drums, PercussionMurph
  • EngineerDave Pine (tracks: A5 to B3), Wharton T (tracks: A1 to A4)
  • Guitar, VocalsJ Mascis


Tracks A1 to A4 recorded at Fun City
Tracks A5 to B3 recorded at Pine Trax
Vocals for track B1 recorded and mixed at Fun City. Other stuff at Pine Trax.
Track B4 recorded on 2 crappy tape recorders.

© 1987 Dinosaur Jr.
℗ & © 2005 Baked Goods Records


  • Barcode (Sticker): 4024572261269
  • Matrix / Runout (Run off groove A-side): 107904 A
  • Matrix / Runout (Run off groove B-side): 107905 2-B


  • Recorded At – Fun City
  • Recorded At – Pine Trax
  • Mixed At – Fun City
  • Distributed By – Surefire Distribution


You're Living All Over Me - Dinosaur Jr. Лента с персональными рекомендациями и музыкальными новинками, радио, подборки на любой вкус, удобное управление своей. You're Living All Over Me is the second studio album by American alternative rock band Dinosaur Jr. It was released on December 14, 1987, through SST Records. A refinement of the formula introduced on the band's debut album Dinosaur, You're Living All Over Me features drawling vocals paired with loud guitars and driving rhythms. The album was well-reviewed upon release, and is now regarded as a high point of American rock in the 1980s. Dinosaur Jr. You're Living All Over Me. Dinosaur the Jr. got safety pinned on after they became famous when a dinosaur Dinosaur came crawling out of the woodwork to protest is, like many albums made by people just out of high school, stylistically incontinent. This a polite way of saying it's a fucking mess. Now Merge has reissued them in excellent new mixes the SST version of You're Living All Over Me in particular sounded as if it had been recorded on gauze through a metal funnel with good photos, liner notes, and slightly rejigged tracklists. Unfashionable or not, here's a band who cut through on nothing but heft, volume, songcraft, earnestness, and a kind of underrated virtuosity. With its thin, unbalanced mix, the album sounds positively menacing and edgy - Lou Barlow's bass barrels forward over Murph's clanking drums, with J Mascis' guitar twisting pummeling riffs and careening, occasionally atonal solos. It established guitar heroics as a part of indie rock, bringing the noise of Sonic Youth into more conventional song structures. Released December 14, 1987. Youre Living All Over Me Tracklist. Little Fury Things free to Dinosaur Jr. You're Living All Over Me Little Fury Things, Kracked and more. 9 tracks 36:24. The album was named after a line uttered by frontman J Mascis while on tour with the band. Poledo is unique from the rest of the album in that half of it is a lo-fi recording of Lou Barlow singing and playing ukulele, much like his own group Sebadoh, while the other half is a collection of sound collages and abstract noise pieces. Album 1987 10 Songs. You're Living All Over Me CD, Album. SST Records. SST CD 130. You're Living All Over Me Cass, Album. SSTC 130. My first taste of Dinosaur Jr. came from skateboarding. Most of my taste in music evolved from what my favorite skateboarders and my guitar teacher were listening to. Before this most of all I listened to was 60s pop music and 90s pop music give me a break I was in 3rd grade. I had heard a few of Dinosaurs songs but I really felt cool when me and my brother found a used copy of your living all over me at my local thrift store for only 3 dollars. Now that I think about it, what can you get for 3 dollars, a fast food meal New dress socks I was defiantly lucky to pick up a great album like this