Released before the group was forced to change its name to Dinosaur Jr.
by an obscure psychedelic group, the band's debut, Dinosaur
, is a noisy, impressive, but uneven array of pseudo-hardcore numbers, sonic experiments, and sprawling hard rock. Although the band doesn't land on any one distinctive style, its ambition of marrying Neil Young
and Sonic Youth... Ver más
a> sounds intriguing, and it has enough outstanding moments to indicate that the group was capable of the stylistic breakthrough it achieved on You're Living All Over Me