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  • Performer: Sebadoh
  • Title: Defend Yourself
  • Genre: Rock
  • Country: US
  • Released: 2013
  • Style: Alternative Rock, Indie Rock
  • MP3 album: 1189 mb
  • FLAC album: 1659 mb
  • Rating: 4.4/5
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Sebadoh - Defend Yourself download album

Defend Yourself is the eighth studio album by American indie rock band Sebadoh. It is the band's first album in fourteen years, since 1999's The Sebadoh. The album was released on September 16, 2013 via Domino in the United Kingdom and on September 17, 2013 via Joyful Noise in the United States, respectively.

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Led by once and future Dinosaur Jr. bassist Lou Barlow, Sebadoh blazed through the '90s helping to define movements in both indie rock and lo-fi music with their often confused and always ramshackle albums of stoner punk anthems, goofball non sequiturs, and moody, heartbroken post-grunge guitar rock. Following a 14-year dormancy since 1999's lackluster The Sebadoh, Defend Yourself revitalizes the project with surprisingly few huge changes. Barlow's most serious tunes are still marked by his signature ache, this time informed by the breakup of his 25-year marriage.

Defend Yourself" is saturated with songs of heartache relating to the divorce from his wife and partner of 25 years. According to Barlow, "Your greatest victories and your most crushing defeats have a tendency to give birth to one other. The new album also marks a return to the self-recorded DIY ethos of early Sebadoh albums (III, Bakesale, et. A handful of sour experiences with major labels led Sebadoh to self-record and self-produce their new album.

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Sebadoh are back! The hearts of a million ‘Indie’ fan boys are aflutter in anticipation of their favourite maudlin singer, songwriter, Lou Barlow and his East coast ‘Lo-Fi’ legends releasing new material. But is it any good? Check out what we think below. After the many tours in support of further re-issues, Gaffney was replaced by Bob D’Amico in 2011, and it is this line-up that brings us this new album, ‘Defend Yourself’. Last year, we were treated to a teaser in the form of the superb, ‘Secret EP’ which boasts all new tracks not even on this album. You can pick up a physical copy at their gigs or download it virtually from their record label, Joyful Noise Recordings

Both Defend Yourself and the Lips’ 13th album, The Terror, were born from the ashes of a longterm relationship, but while Coyne used his breakup as fuel for general ruminations on life’s impermanence, Barlow filled his new album with songs specific enough to sound like they’re meant to be sung to a single person. Defend Yourself isn’t a philosophical excavation like The Terror. It’s a drama with a cast of characters. That’s not to say that a 27-year-old Sebadoh should be expected to sound as raucous as the trio did at their peak. But about half of Defend Yourself affects an aggression that rings hollow inside the album’s compressed production. The worst offender, Defend yr Self blares like a misshapen hybrid of Mastodon and Incubus. Why are you dumping me? Lowenstein howls from the front.

Fourteen years since their last full-length, The Sebadoh, Lou Barlow and Jason Loewenstein return with a new album. It's home-recorded and far less slick than its 1999 predecessor and shows how much has changed for the band since their 90s heyday. Featured Tracks: Play Track. State of Mine" - SebadohVia SoundCloud. Lou Barlow's best work comes after break-ups, or when he's yearning for something he doesn't have.


A1 I Will
A2 Love You Here
A3 Beat
A4 Defend Yr Self
A5 Oxygen
A6 Once
A7 Inquiries
B1 State Of Mine
B2 Final Days
B3 Can't Depend
B4 Let It Out
B5 Listen
B6 Separate
C Imminent Emergency
D No Wound


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Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
JNR120 Sebadoh Defend Yourself ‎(LP, Album, Num, TP) Joyful Noise Recordings JNR120 US 2013
WIGLP319 Sebadoh Defend Yourself ‎(LP) Domino WIGLP319 Europe 2013
JNR120 Sebadoh Defend Yourself ‎(LP, Album) Joyful Noise Recordings JNR120 US 2013
JNR120, JNR120-7 Sebadoh Defend Yourself ‎(LP, Album, Red + 7" + Ltd) Joyful Noise Recordings, Joyful Noise Recordings JNR120, JNR120-7 US 2013
JNR120 Sebadoh Defend Yourself ‎(Cass, Album, Ltd, Num, Red) Joyful Noise Recordings JNR120 US 2013

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