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|3. Where'd You Go|
|4. Back Before You Go|
|5. Ground Me To You|
|7. All The Girls|
|8. I'm Not Fine|
|9. Can't I Take This On|
|10. Does The Kiss Fit|
|11. More Light|
J. Mascis takes a big risk here.
And the recording and production of this CD has put forth an explosion and swirl of sound and distortion that compliment his guitar chops and his wining vocals.
I picked up the new cd and, I must confess, there was some serious trepidation about what I was going to hear.
Great album... Mascis doing his thing!!! I actually like his latest stuff the best!Published 3 months ago by Corey Knoepfle
This disc is excellent. The first track with J Mascis and Bob Pollard is about as good as music gets.Published on February 14, 2012 by The B
With Dinosaur Jr behind him, J Mascis continues to do the solo act along with the likes of Mike Watt and Kevin Shields. Read morePublished on July 10, 2004 by Paul Kath
Actually, the editorial review mostly says it all: the other two songs are available elsewhere, "Jet Plane" is only on this. So you have to make a decision there. Read morePublished on February 14, 2003 by Jason Tharp
OK, first off, J mascis is a MUSICAL GENIUS. He is an excellent composer, and although the majority of his better releases were with dino jr, the songs on this album are great. Read morePublished on December 12, 2002
Yes J. Mascis is back! And I have to admit this CD is as good as anything Dinosaur Jr. put out, if not better. Read morePublished on May 12, 2001 by Matt W.
Oh my God.......... I can assure anyone who is a Jr. Fan or for that matter, anyone who thinks they have heard guitars properly played before, to purchase this album! Read morePublished on February 14, 2001 by Donald P St Clair
Somebody help me! I can't stop playing this CD. If you love guitars and Dino jr. songs of old, you won't be disappointed. Every song ROCKS!!Published on January 5, 2001
Throughout history, genius has gone misunderstood. J. Mascis is no exception. Besides being a revolutionary (he single handedly reinvented his instrument), he is a compositional... Read morePublished on January 4, 2001