Bivouac is the second studio album by American punk band Jawbreaker, released on Tupelo Recording Company and Communion Records in 1992 on CD, LP and cassette. The cassette release has been pressed on clear, yellow, blue and clear yellow shells. and "Pack It Up" are both covers. The former was recorded and co-written by Joan Jett and released on her album Bad Reputation under its full title, "You Don't Know What You've Got"
Bivouac (LP, Album). Communion Label, Tupelo Recording Company, Rough Trade Records GmbH, Communion Label, Tupelo Recording Company. Communion 38-1, tupelo 38-1, rtd 30. 038. 1 28, co. UK, Europe & US. 1992. Bivouac (LP, Album, RE, RM, Cle).
With Jawbreaker's first album, Unfun, they proved themselves to be more than just a Punk band. They were energetic, dark, and with poetic lyrics that resemble the arty beat poetry of Jack Kerouac, Allen Ginsberg, and Chuck Bukowski, but with a twist that was, and is, described as emo. But on Bivouac, Jawbreaker mastered that. Slower than Unfun, Bivouac is a look at the world from the inside out. The songs are slow shades of poetic alienation that goes a few steps above teenage poetry (a lot of steps) and perfectly take stabs at the world.
Band Name Jawbreaker. Лейблы Blackball Records. Музыкальный стильEmo. Владельцы этого альбома0.
Originally released in 1992, this groundbreaking album has been remastered by John Golden from the original tapes, and the increased sampling rate boosts some of the bottom end and mid-range.
Somewhere in the center lies Bivouac, Jawbreaker's second album and easily their stormiest, gruffest material. The album came after a brief breakup brought on by a devastatingly rocky summer tour, expressed to the hilt in the horrifying lyrics of "Tour Song," with its coda of "Every little thing must go wrong. With a little time, they reunited and relocated from New York to the Bay Area, taking a good amount of city grit with them and applying it to a foundation of sophisticated guitar-based pop songs.