Green Mind (Bonus Tracks)
Download links and information about Green Mind (Bonus Tracks) by Dinosaur Jr.. This album was released in 1991 and it belongs to Rock, Indie Rock, Alternative genres. It contains 13 tracks with total duration of 54:42 minutes.
|Genre:||Rock, Indie Rock, Alternative|
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|2.||Puke and Cry||4:26|
|4.||I Live for That Look||1:56|
|6.||How'd You Pin That One On Me||4:24|
|11.||Hot Burrito #2 (Bonus Track)||3:20|
|12.||Turnip Farm (Bonus Track)||5:47|
|13.||Forget It (Bonus Track)||4:07|
The scrappy little girl on the cover of Dinosaur Jr.’s Green Mind sums up the pugnacious spirit of this album. The band’s major-label debut (and follow-up to 1988’s acclaimed Bug) is a somewhat fractured affair, owing to drummer Patrick “Murph” Murphy’s limited participation in its tracks, but the skewed, deceptively ragged brilliance of the band often shines through here. Singer/guitarist J Mascis holds forth with passive-aggressive panache, drawling his way through such likeably gnarly numbers as “Blowing It,” “Muck” and “Water.” “How’d You Pin That One On Me” is a ferocious punk steeplechase, while “Thumb” wallows in a deep trough of grime-caked angst. Despite such bleak moments, the mood here is mostly cheerful, with “The Wagon” sounding almost giddy. As in the past, Mascis veers between searing electric assaults and placid acoustic interludes. “Puke and Cry” and the title song manifest the band’s funkier instincts by laying down brittle, twitching grooves. Green Mind is a worthy addition to Dinosaur Jr.’s bracing and influential body of work.