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2 reviews »Green Mind is one of the first records I heard of Dinosaur Jr, after hearing Where You Been, obviously produced in me a great break "audio-psychic", since the line of this album borders much electric guitars, which nevertheless, having a smooth line "folk" and more harmonious in their melodies make ... »

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Green Mind by Dinosaur Jr
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8/10 Cesar Marfitani R. Customer review, 4th May 2015

Green Mind is one of the first records I heard of Dinosaur Jr, after hearing Where You Been, obviously produced in me a great break "audio-psychic", since the line of this album borders much electric guitars, which nevertheless, having a smooth line "folk" and more harmonious in their melodies make this album not miss at all its strength, which in no event is undermined by this facet of guitars softer and less strident, Dinosaur Jr as what their predecessors had been doing disks.

Like, I learned to digest already ripen with time, I think it is unique in its extensive discography, highly recommended.


8/10 Penrith Steve Customer review, 21st October 2014

This is Dinosaur Jr's fourth album, their first for a major label and their first since bassist Lou Barlow was fired. It is more consistent than most of their output since, apart from 1993's classic "Where You Been" and is notable for it's opening track "The Wagon" which would be one of the first songs to make it onto any fan's best of mix tape. The falsetto chorus refrain of "You won't see me, you won't see me" is catchy as hell. "Puke & Cry", "Thumb" and the title track are all worthy tracks.


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