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VariousVarious: Until the Shaking Stops: A Salute to JawboxUntil the Shaking Stops: A Salute to Jawbox (2004)
Reviewer Rating: 3.5
Contributed by: InfrareconInfrarecon
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Jawbox’s career is highly reminiscent of one of their contemporaries who also happened to share the Jaw- prefix. They started out on indie Dischord Records, and released two albums through the label while undoubtedly putting up with many Fugazi comparisons, as many on the label do to this day. They eventually signed to Atlantic releasing two more albums. As is the classic story, they were shunned by many of their former fans even though albums they released continued to be excellent. Eventually breaking up, the band continues to be unfairly overlooked by many in the modern scene, even though many of the members remain active in it. Well, here is a tribute hoping to help change that in any way possible, featuring some of the rising stars of the indie world, some of its mainstays...and Black Cross.
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