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Jeff Rosenstock - Worry. flac album

Power Pop, Punk, Ska, Hardcore
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1531 mb
FLAC archive size:
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1 We Begged 2 Explode
2 Pash Rash
3 Festival Song
4 Staring Out The Window At Your Old Apartment
5 Wave Goodnight To Me
6 To Be A Ghost...
7 Pietro, 60 Years Old
8 I Did Something Weird Last Night
9 Blast Damage Days
10 Bang On The Door
11 Rainbow
12 Planet Luxury
13 Helllhoooole
14 June 21st
15 The Fuzz
16 ...While You're Alive
17 Perfect Sound Whatever

Companies, etc.

  • Copyright (c) – SideOneDummy Records
  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – SideOneDummy Records
  • Recorded At – Panoramic House
  • Recorded At – The Atomic Garden Recording Studio
  • Recorded At – Quote Unquote Records
  • Recorded At – 1-2-3-4 Go! Records


  • Backing Vocals – Angelina Banda, Dan Potthast, Giles Bidder, Lauren Brief, Sim Castro
  • Bass – John DeDomenici
  • Drums, Percussion, Backing Vocals – Kevin Higuchi
  • Guitar, Backing Vocals – Mike Huguenor
  • Guitar, Vocals, Keyboards, Saxophone, Songwriter, Photography, Design – Jeff Rosenstock
  • Photography – Hiro Tanaka
  • Photography, Backing Vocals – Christine Mackie
  • Recorded By, Mixed By, Mastered By, Backing Vocals – Jack Shirley


2nd Pressing:
1,000- Deep Purple and Baby Pink Half and Half

©&Ⓟ Side One Dummy Records under exclusive license from Jeff Rosenstock.
This record contains a sample from Jesse Michaels' Indie Rock Blog with permission.

For Death By Audio.
For Bowie & Prince.
For Eric Garner, Freddie Gray, and all victims of violence.
For Corey Bernard and Rachel Selak.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 6 03967 16421 3

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Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
SD-1642-2 Jeff Rosenstock Worry. ‎(CD, Album) SideOneDummy Records SD-1642-2 US 2016
SD1642-1 Jeff Rosenstock Worry. ‎(LP, Album, Pur) SideOneDummy Records SD1642-1 Australia 2016
SD-1642-1 Jeff Rosenstock Worry. ‎(LP, Album, RP, Cok) SideOneDummy Records SD-1642-1 US 2017
SD-1642 Jeff Rosenstock Worry. ‎(LP, Album, Ltd, Bon) SideOneDummy Records SD-1642 US 2016
SD1642-1 Jeff Rosenstock Worry. ‎(LP, Album, Num, Mil) SideOneDummy Records SD1642-1 US 2016

is the second solo album by Jeff Rosenstock. It was released by SideOneDummy Records on October 14, 2016. The album addresses themes including urban gentrification, economic inequality and police brutality in the United States. Its structure has been compared to both Abbey Road and Short Music for Short People. The album was recorded in April and May 2016 at a house in Stinson Beach, California. Much of the album was written shortly after the band's gear was stolen while on tour in 2015.

In certain circles, Jeff Rosenstock is one of the most important figures in modern punk, and with WORRY. he has made his magnum opus. Rosenstock wrote I Did Something Weird Last Night about his girlfriend at the time, who is now his wife; the album’s cover art is taken from their wedding photos. But at the time, he admits, I was preoccupied with how the magic would end/Because nothing intangible remains sustainable/Hope is a scheme. It ties into the worry that pervades every interaction on this record, whether it’s with peers, corporations, political causes, anything-if you actually give a shit, have expectations and get your hopes up, you’re going to get played for a sucker. But later on, he shouts WORRY.

An album so concise, detailed, conceptual, and just plain enjoyable. This is the kind of album that musicians could spend years on as their sole project and get it about half as right as Jeff does here. Worry opens with the Beatles-esque ballad We Begged 2 Explode, which perfectly bridges 2014’s We Cool" and this record. The song captures We Cool"’s worry of growing old, but not necessarily growing up. Losing touch with everyone who you cared about who sold out. The stunning thing is this track sums it all up better than the majority of the songs on that album

Released October 14, 2016. 1. We Begged 2 Explode Lyrics.

Jeff put out 3 singles for WORRY; Festival Song, Wave Goodnight to Me, and Planet Luxury. The second half of this record is crazy, it starts off with Bang on the Door then goes thru a few punk and ska songs, then the song HELLHOOOOLE starts up and goes back to back with the last 4 songs on the record, hearing it live was indescribable

Jeff Rosenstock – WORRY. Former Bomb the Music Industry! front man's solo record is catchy, energetic, and full of hopelessness and doom. It can be overwhelming at first listen to have the album pinball around so quickly if you’re not expecting it, but it’s reflective of Rosenstock’s personality as a whole, and the connective tissue between each grows stronger with subsequent listens. is the capper on a whirlwind four years for Rosenstock as a solo musician, starting with 2012’s I Look Like Shit demos collection, continuing with 2013’s Summer EP, and breaking wide with last year’s We Cool?. At the same time, WORRY.

Jeff Rosenstock's 'WORRY. is a daring accomplishment in punk music that questions everything and never backs down. is a prime example of the album as a means of making a statement, one of the most fully-realized concept records in recent memory, and one of the best albums of 2016. opens with We Begged 2 Explode, a power ballad reminiscent of Billy Joel that might come off as parody if Jeff wasn’t so goddamn good at writing a song. Rosenstock croons over piano chords, slide guitar, and saxophone while introducing a split narrative that ultimately summarizes the thematic elements of the record. In the first verse, Jeff recalls a memory of his friend Laura (Stevenson, perhaps?) warning of the.

Listen free to Jeff Rosenstock – WORRY. We Begged 2 Explode, Pash Rash and more). the second solo album from Jeffery, released in a cold autumn 2016. Discover more music, concerts, videos, and pictures with the largest catalogue online at Last.

Jeff Rosenstock comes with some built-in barriers. He sings in a nasal bleat that, when he’s really excited, turns into a strangulated squawk. He packs his songs with dinky drum machines and chintzy synths that whiz off in every direction. His gang-chant sing-alongs belong within the pop-punk tradition, but sometimes, they sound like cheap versions of Broadway musicals. He packs lots and lots of words into his songs, and those words plainly hint at big and messy ideas, at a kind of cleverness that can be relentless and oppressive.