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Editors’ Notes

LP2, or “The Pink Album” as it’s commonly known, stands as Sunny Day Real Estate’s classic release. The band splintered immediately after, with singer Jeremy Enigk going onto an unusual solo career and its rhythm section of Nate Mendel and William Goldsmith joining Dave Grohl in the Foo Fighters. However, their quick death feels appropriate; by album’s end, after the many ups and downs, it doesn’t sound like there would be much left for a follow-up. This was a band with no need to repeat itself. They got it right the first time and were accorded Godfather of Emo status in the process. Tracks such as “Friday,” “8” and “Rodeo Jones” capture their dynamic attack from intimate whispers to scalding screams. (Listen to the dramatic layering of guitars on “5/4” or “Waffle” for further proof.) The band captures personal angst with musical sophistication that can be delivered on an arena stage. The 2009 re-mastered and expanded edition includes “Spade and Parade” and “Bucket of Chicken,” two worthy additions to the band’s catalog.

Customer Reviews

Probably my favorite album of all time.

Theo B is one of the best songs written, and the remaster is awesome. The entire album is much more free than the rest of their work, probably because they had broken up when they released it. The bonus tracks sound MUCH better than the vinyl rip I have.


haha first review. awesome band. i recommend them.

Their best album

So this is where I assert my credibility by being an ancient 36 years old. I was with them since the beginning, man! Well, this is a great album whether you know Jeremy Enigk or not. "Diary" gets all the press but I think The Pink Album is better, and the bonus tracks are right in line with the overall brilliance of a record they made after they had already essentially broken up. If I'm wrong about that maybe Jeremy himself will set me straight. Anyway, it's cool when anything Jeremy-related is released or re-released. Enjoy!


Formed: 1992 in Seattle, WA

Genre: Alternative

Years Active: '90s, '00s, '10s

Considering their relatively brief existence, Sunny Day Real Estate racked up enough dramatic twists and turns to rank with some of the great rock soap operas. Its key members have engaged in just about every rock cliché imaginable, including finding religion, refusing to work with the media, breaking up, and joining a big-name group, and even recording an ambitious full-orchestra pop album -- all before reuniting in 1997. Although they formed in 1992 amid the burgeoning hard rock scene in Seattle...
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