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The Jazz June - After The Earthquake album

The Jazz June - After The Earthquake album
Performer: The Jazz June
Title: After The Earthquake
Released: 2014
Country: US
Style: Indie Rock, Emo
Genre: Rock
Rating: 4.2
Votes: 729
Formats: AIFF MP3 MOD VOX WMA MP1 MOD
MP3 size: 1316 mb
FLAC size: 1947 mb

Tracklist

Over Underground
After The Earthquake
With Honors (Honours)
It Came Back
Edge Of Space
Stuck On Repeat
Ain't It Strange
Nothing To See Here
Short Changed
Two Floors Down

Versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
TSR 117 The Jazz June After The Earthquake ‎(LP, Album, Gra) Topshelf Records TSR 117 US 2014
TSR117 The Jazz June After The Earthquake ‎(CD, Album) Topshelf Records TSR117 US 2014
TSR117 The Jazz June After The Earthquake ‎(LP, Album) Topshelf Records TSR117 US 2014
TSR 117 The Jazz June After The Earthquake ‎(LP, Album, Cle) Topshelf Records TSR 117 US 2014
TSR 117 The Jazz June After The Earthquake ‎(LP, Album, Sil) Topshelf Records TSR 117 US 2014
TSR 117 The Jazz June After The Earthquake ‎(LP, Album, TP) Topshelf Records TSR 117 US 2014
TSR 117 The Jazz June After The Earthquake ‎(LP, Album, cok) Topshelf Records TSR 117 US 2014


The Jazz June is an American emo band from Kutztown, Pennsylvania. In 2016, Rolling Stone placed the band's album The Medicine at number 33 on its list of the 40 Greatest Emo Albums of All Time. The Jazz June was formed in 1996 by students attending Kutztown University. The group recorded its first full-length album in 1997, and in 1998 issued the first of three releases for Initial Records

02 After The Earthquake. 08 Nothing To See Here.

The Jazz June is what you’d call a band’s band. While they never really hit it big, they were responsible for a sound that made their contemporaries in the indie rock/emo scenes tilt their heads and take note of what the hell this little band from Kutztown, Pennsylvania was doing. Whether you’ve heard of them or not, you’ve surely heard countless bands they influenced. Now, while their contemporaries of the late 90s-like Braid, Mineral, and American Football-enjoy the fruits of a second coming in a renewed scene, so too has The Jazz June crept back into action

The first set of new material from the Philadelphia, Pennsylvania-based emo pioneers since breaking up shortly after 2002's Better Off Without Air, After the Earthquake finds the Jazz June updating their signature sound with a nervy patina of fuzz-based indie rock

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