Third studio album from San Francisco's Jawbreaker. 24 Hour Revenge Therapy was originally recorded in 1993 with producer Steve Albini engineering the majority of the recordings. While the band may have never been called emo at the time, they certainly set the stage for the next wave of acts combining punk and post-hardcore's primal energy with emo's lyrical vulnerability... their unique mix of tender and tough has never quite been matched. 24 Hour Revenge Therapy stands out as the band's best work and is most beloved by their fans. Includes the songs: "Jinx Removing," "Condition Oakland," "Do You Still Hate Me?," "Boxcar," and "Indictment." Eleven tracks in all. Released by former Jawbreaker drummer Adam Pfahler's label, Blackball Records, on limited blue vinyl for its 20th anniversary. Comes with a download code.
- 20th anniversary pressing
- red colored vinyl
- limited edition of 300
- includes free download
- music label: Blackball Records 2017
reviewed by ninetwofour 01/2016