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    Dinosaur Jr*Hand It Over

    Label:Cherry Red – PBREDD759
    Vinyl, LP, Album, Purple
    Vinyl, LP, Compilation, Purple
    All Media, Deluxe Edition, Reissue, Remastered
    Country:USA, Canada & Europe
    Style:Alternative Rock, Indie Rock


    A1I Dont Think
    A2Never Bought It
    A3Nothin's Goin On
    A4I'm Insane
    A5Cant We Move This
    BassKurt Fedora
    B1Sure Not Over You
    KeyboardsDan McLoughlin
    VocalsTiffany Anders
    B4I Knu Yer Insane
    DrumsGeorge Berz
    B5Gettin Rough
    B6Gotta Know
    C1Take A Run At The Sun
    C2Don't You Think It's Time
    C3The Pickle Song
    C4I Misunderstood
    D1Never Bought It (Live 1997)
    D2Alone (Live 1997)
    D3Never Bought It (Live On ABC)
    D4Sure Not Over You (Live On ABC)

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    Packaged in a gatefold sleeve.
    Each LP comes in a custom inner sleeve.

    ℗ 2019 Cherry Red Records Ltd
    except for Side D tracks 3 & 4, ℗ 2019 and licensed courtesy of The Australian Broadcasting Corporation
    This compilation © 2019 Cherry Red Records Ltd Made in EU

    'Hand It Over' released March 1997.
    Side C, tracks 1-3: 'Take A Run at the Sun' EP / 'Grace Of My Heart' OST released March 1997.
    Side C, track 4: From 'Beat The Retreat - The Songs of Richard Thompson', released February 1995 / 'I'm Insane' Single B-Side, released September 1997.
    Side D, tracks 1-2: Recorded Live at Water Festival, Riddarholmen, Stockholm (Sweden), August 13th 1997. Recording source unknown.
    Side D, tracks 3-4: Performed for 'Recovery', ABC TV Australia, October 4th 1997.

    All tracks [...] Published by Spam As The Bread Music / BMG Blue / BMG Rights Management (UK) Ltd. except 'I Misunderstood' [...] Beeswing Music / Kobalt Music Publishing Ltd

    Mixed [...] at Electric Lady

    'Hand It Over'
    Recorded at Bob's Place
    Drums on A1, A3, B1, B2, B4 recorded at Bearsville Barn.
    Some other stuff recorded at MBV Studio with Kevin Shields.

    Barcode and Other Identifiers

    • Barcode: 5013929175914
    • Matrix / Runout (A-side runout): PBREDD759 A MPO 19 131046 -LvC-
    • Matrix / Runout (B-side runout): PBREDD759 B MPO 19 131053 -LvC-
    • Matrix / Runout (C-side runout): PBREDD759 C MPO 19 133239 -LvC-
    • Matrix / Runout (D-side runout): PBREDD759 D MPO 19 133134 -LvC-

    Other Versions (5 of 29)View All

    Title (Format)LabelCat#CountryYear
    Hand It Over (CD, Album)Blanco Y Negro0630-18312-2 WE833Europe1997
    Hand It Over (CD, Album, CD, Single, All Media, Limited Edition)Blanco Y Negro0630-18552-2Europe1997
    Hand It Over (LP, Album)Blanco Y Negro1-46506Europe1997
    Hand It Over (CD, Album)Reprise Records, Blanco Y Negro9 46506-2US1997
    New Submission
    Hand It Over (LP, Album)Reprise Records, Reprise Records, Blanco Y Negro, Blanco Y Negro1-46506, 9 46506-1US1997


    pennyroyalbleach's profile picture
    If you don’t have this album, highly recommend getting this particular variant. It sounds fantastic, has the bonus material, and it’s a stunning purple. Super underrated album imo but one of my top 3 DJ right behind WYB and YLAOM.
    jon.torrez.3's profile picture
    Finally picked this up adding to Green Mind and Where You Been. I'm sure I'll get around to Without A Sound soon enough. This is my favorite of the post-Lou days and this pressing serves it right. Quietest of the bunch I've picked up from this reissue campaign, with the clearest sound. Floored by this one.
    florianfumas's profile picture
    Like the three other reissues, this record is excellent, a good opportunity to rediscover this unknown album.
    alientransistor's profile picture
    imho the best and most silent of the 4 reissues. All other reissues are sometimes a bit noisy (mostly rumble) but sound great otherwise. All in all I would say that reissues on black vinyl would have been a better choice for fidelty, but nowadays people are color-crazy.
    drmika's profile picture
    Edited 2 years ago
    Agree with reviewer pgoh2f 100%. Well worth the money! So far I have purchased and received only Hand It Over and I noticed too that there's some minor surface noise still after cleaning the records. Nothing majorly distracting though in my opinion. During the run ins and especially on record#1 on B side in-between tracks 1, 2 and 3 I would say that there's louder crackling than I'd expect. Rest plays flawless. Also ordered the rest of the bunch after this one turned out to be a nice package overall. The pin was also a nice touch. Too bad they wont give out those any longer for the later orders.
    pgoh2f's profile picture
    Edited 2 years ago
    I don't really like writing reviews, but I'm guessing for the price people will want to know if these '90s reissues are worth it. In my opinion, Yes Yes Yes. I should preface my review and state that Dinosaur Jr's 90s albums were the first ones I owned, and maybe for that reason were always my favorites.
    Pressing is good. I have no warping or skipping issues on my copies. Despite a decent pre-amp, amp set up, I don't always think Dinosaur Jr sounds best on vinyl. These, however, sound really good. I cleaned all my albums, but there is definitely crackle when the needle drops and between songs, as well as on the quieter acoustic tunes. But given the outstanding quality of the packaging and song selection for the bonus tracks, I don't mind so much in this case. I ordered all 4 LPs and CDs and couldn't be happier. The sleeves are sturdy and covered with photos, liner notes/essays and drawings. (You will have to put the discs in your own sleeve protectors). Some of the bonus tracks included here were exclusive to certain countries such as Japan and Australia back in the 90s, but available now for the first time on these reissues. Over the years I have collected some of those exclusive CD releases, but now I have many of those songs all in one here, and on vinyl, wow. For those of you who know what I'm referring to, the amazing 10 min live version of "What else is new," from the Japanese "Feel the Pain" live EP is included. Also, the CDs contain even more songs in addition to the bonus tracks included on the vinyl LPs. For example, the "Without a Sound" CD contains instrumental versions from the master tapes. Crazy.
    Each CD comes with its own booklet. So much material, packaged so nicely. It's all well worth the money in my opinion. Doesn't feel like a half-assed rip off reissue at all.
    Outstanding job by Cherry Red Records in my opinion for these wonderful albums that most Dinosaur Jr fans think are under appreciated. Oh yes, and I purchased direct from Cherry Red Records and received a square pin of each album! They told me in an email that they ran out, but are restocking more.
    Hope this review helps anyone on the fence.