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About Jawbreaker

Over the course of their ten-year, four album career, San Francisco's (via New York) Jawbreaker burned through some of the most agitated, fiery Punk-Pop of the '90s. Guitarist/lyricist Blake Schwarzenbach's searing, feedback-laden octaves careened through the rhythm section's compelling stop-and-roar arrangements; his struggling voice barking out some of the sharpest lyrics of the call to swords Post-Punk generation. Intensely hardworking, Jawbreaker's years of touring and independent minded business practice culminated in an alleged million dollar contract with Geffen and their final release, Dear You. A disappointment commercially, Dear You was arguably their greatest achievement, offering sleek, aggressive songs with some of the most devastating lyrics ever set to tape.

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Listen toJawbreakeron Napster

Over the course of their ten-year, four album career, San Francisco's (via New York) Jawbreaker burned through some of the most agitated, fiery Punk-Pop of the '90s. Guitarist/lyricist Blake Schwarzenbach's searing, feedback-laden octaves careened through the rhythm section's compelling stop-and-roar arrangements; his struggling voice barking out some of the sharpest lyrics of the call to swords Post-Punk generation. Intensely hardworking, Jawbreaker's years of touring and independent minded business practice culminated in an alleged million dollar contract with Geffen and their final release, Dear You. A disappointment commercially, Dear You was arguably their greatest achievement, offering sleek, aggressive songs with some of the most devastating lyrics ever set to tape.

About Jawbreaker

Over the course of their ten-year, four album career, San Francisco's (via New York) Jawbreaker burned through some of the most agitated, fiery Punk-Pop of the '90s. Guitarist/lyricist Blake Schwarzenbach's searing, feedback-laden octaves careened through the rhythm section's compelling stop-and-roar arrangements; his struggling voice barking out some of the sharpest lyrics of the call to swords Post-Punk generation. Intensely hardworking, Jawbreaker's years of touring and independent minded business practice culminated in an alleged million dollar contract with Geffen and their final release, Dear You. A disappointment commercially, Dear You was arguably their greatest achievement, offering sleek, aggressive songs with some of the most devastating lyrics ever set to tape.

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About Jawbreaker

Over the course of their ten-year, four album career, San Francisco's (via New York) Jawbreaker burned through some of the most agitated, fiery Punk-Pop of the '90s. Guitarist/lyricist Blake Schwarzenbach's searing, feedback-laden octaves careened through the rhythm section's compelling stop-and-roar arrangements; his struggling voice barking out some of the sharpest lyrics of the call to swords Post-Punk generation. Intensely hardworking, Jawbreaker's years of touring and independent minded business practice culminated in an alleged million dollar contract with Geffen and their final release, Dear You. A disappointment commercially, Dear You was arguably their greatest achievement, offering sleek, aggressive songs with some of the most devastating lyrics ever set to tape.

Featured on Napster

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101

Punk Love Songs