Formed in 1984, Dinosaur Jr carved a singular path through the latter half of the 1980s and first half of the 1990s, issuing a number of highly influential albums in the process. "Hand It Over", their seventh record, appeared in the spring of 1997 following a lengthy absence, and would prove to be the band's final album-length offering for a decade. Performed primarily by J Mascis, "Hand It Over" appeared at a time of declining international interest in American alternative rock, but nevertheless received widespread approval and appreciation amongst critics and reviewers. The album was accompanied, unusually, by an EP of non-album songs recorded for the Matt Dillon movie Grace Of My Heart and, later, a vinyl only 'I'm Insane' 7" single, all of which are collected here alongside a previously unreleased concert recording made in Stockholm and two tracks performed for ABC TV in Australia. Accompanied by in-depth sleevenotes from Mojo's Keith Cameron (based on recent and exclusive interviews with J Mascis), this edition provides a final view of a band about to disappear from the limelight but still as engaging and powerful as eve
Formed in 1984, Dinosaur Jr carved a singular path through the latter half of the 1980s and first half of the 1990s, issuing a number of highly influential albums in the process. "Hand It Over", their seventh record, appeared in the spring of 1997 following a lengthy absence, and would prove to be the band's final album-length offering for a decade. Performed primarily by J Mascis, "Hand It Over" appeared at a time of declining international interest in American alternative rock, but nevertheless received widespread approval and appreciation amongst critics and reviewers. The album was accompanied, unusually, by an EP of non-album songs recorded for the Matt Dillon movie Grace Of My Heart and, later, a vinyl only 'I'm Insane' 7" single, all of which are collected here alongside a previously unreleased concert recording made in Stockholm and two tracks performed for ABC TV in Australia. Accompanied by in-depth sleevenotes from Mojo's Keith Cameron (based on recent and exclusive interviews with J Mascis), this edition provides a final view of a band about to disappear from the limelight but still as engaging and powerful as eve
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Format: CD
Label: CHERRY RED
Rel. Date: 10/04/2019
UPC: 5013929175938

Hand It Over [Deluxe] (Exp)
Artist: Dinosaur Jr.
Format: CD
New: Not Currently Available
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DISC: 1

1. I Don't Think
2. Never Bought It
3. Nothin's Goin on
4. I'm Insane
5. Can't We Move This Along
6. Alone
7. Sure Not Over You
8. Loaded
9. Mick 1
10. I Know Yer Insane 1
11. Gettin Rough 1
12. Gotta Know 1
13. Take a Run at the Sun 1
14. Don't You Think It's Time 1
15. The Pickle Song 1
16. I Misunderstood 1
17. What We Do Is Secret 1
18. Never Bought It (Live on ABC)* 1
19. Sure Not Over You (Live on ABC) 2
20. Out There (Live in Stockholm, 1997) 2
21. Never Bought It (Live in Stockholm, 1997) 2
22. Repulsion (Live in Stockholm, 1997) 2
23. Feel the Pain (Live in Stockholm, 1997) 2
24. Get Me (Live in Stockholm, 1997) 2
25. Freak Scene (Live in Stockholm, 1997) 2
26. Sludgefeast (Live in Stockholm, 1997) 2
27. Alone (Live in Stockholm, 1997) 2
28. What Else Is New (Live in Stockholm, 1997)

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Formed in 1984, Dinosaur Jr carved a singular path through the latter half of the 1980s and first half of the 1990s, issuing a number of highly influential albums in the process. "Hand It Over", their seventh record, appeared in the spring of 1997 following a lengthy absence, and would prove to be the band's final album-length offering for a decade. Performed primarily by J Mascis, "Hand It Over" appeared at a time of declining international interest in American alternative rock, but nevertheless received widespread approval and appreciation amongst critics and reviewers. The album was accompanied, unusually, by an EP of non-album songs recorded for the Matt Dillon movie Grace Of My Heart and, later, a vinyl only 'I'm Insane' 7" single, all of which are collected here alongside a previously unreleased concert recording made in Stockholm and two tracks performed for ABC TV in Australia. Accompanied by in-depth sleevenotes from Mojo's Keith Cameron (based on recent and exclusive interviews with J Mascis), this edition provides a final view of a band about to disappear from the limelight but still as engaging and powerful as eve