Dear You

Jawbreaker - Dear You
Critic Score
Based on 3 reviews
1995 Ratings: #369 / 471
User Score
Based on 54 ratings
1995 Ratings: #269
Liked by 5 people
September 12, 1995 / Release Date
LP / Format
DGC / Label
Punk Rock, Emo / Genres
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Depending on how you feel about emo, there is either a lot to blame Jawbreaker for or be thankful for here. Either way, Dear You is one of the best rock records of the '90s and a fitting last testament to a great band.


I love 24 Hour Revenge Therapy but this ine just falls a little short. On one hand they seem to hammer on the emo qualites much more which is something I enjoy to hear but this album also feela a bit held back by maybe the possibility of commercial success. A few moments on this album were kind of forgettable pop punk and alt rock filler, which i cant say about its predecessor. However I still like a good portion of this album but wish it went a lil further


punk's not dead


I often forget this album is good.

The first time I distinctly remember that I was listening to this was while playing Manifold Garden so initial first impressions might've slipped through my memory through the mindfuck of a game that was. But revisiting it now, it's able to hold up on its own.

Jawbreaker's final studio is an instance of an album that was initially panned but eventually received reevaluated acclaim in later years. Standouts include Save Your Generation, I Love You So Much, ... read more

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Track List

  1. Save Your Generation
  2. I Love You So Much It's Killing Us Both
  3. Fireman
  4. Accident Prone
  5. Chemistry
  6. Oyster
  7. Million
  8. Lurker II: Dark Son of Night
  9. Jet Black
  10. Bad Scene, Everyone's Fault
  11. Sluttering (May 4th)
  12. Basilica
  13. Unlisted Track
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Added on: June 5, 2013