Part two of "Cleaning out Ryan's musical closet" is a major score for Jawbreaker fans. I, myself, love this band almost as much as I love anything on this Earth, but it's time for a new home.
I have one copy of Dear You (the Geffen version, not the Blackball re-release) still in the shrink wrap. It's got a sticker on the front that says "Featuring: Save Your Generation Accident Prone" and one of those band name sticker things on the top.
Next is a promo copy of Dear You. No sleeve or cover, but the disc says "Advance CD" and there's a mini-bio and track listing on the back.
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Finally, a promo copy of the "Fireman" single. No cover. Just a disc.
I about shit my pants when I found all these. I wish I could tell you where I found them, but that part of my memory is nothing but a memory. I thought about selling these at Amoeba, but I'd rather give someone the opportunity to get these before some lame-ass record store clerk gives me $.25 for all three.
And yes, by selling these, somewhere inside, the 19-year-old version of me just died.
Name a price and they are yours. And I'll let you in on a little secret: I really want to get rid of these, so the first person has a pretty good chance of getting these, regardless of how low you go.