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You're Living All Over Me (1987)

Dinosaur Jr.
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Alternative rock, Indie rock, Experimental rock, Noise rock

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You're Living All Over Me is the second album by the American alternative rock band Dinosaur Jr., released in 1987 on SST Records. The album was named after a line uttered by frontman J Mascis while on tour with the band.
In 2005, it was ranked 31 in Spin's "100 Greatest Albums, 1985-2005". "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.
The album was originally issued when the band were still known as Dinosaur, before a lawsuit forced the name change to Dinosaur Jr. The album was recalled by SST a few months after release, and new copies were printed crediting the band as Dinosaur Jr.
In 2005 the album was performed live in its entirety as part of the All Tomorrow's Parties-curated Don't Look Back series.
The album originally was planned to have a cover of Devo's Jocko Homo. However, Devo thought that their arrangement was too "distorted" and rejected the idea.
All songs written by J Mascis unless otherwise noted.

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