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Watch Lee Ranaldo, Kim Gordon Reunite For Dinosaur Jr.’s 30th Anniv. Closeout

Before Dinosaur Jr. took the stage last night to play its debut album in its entirety, superfan Henry Rollins told the packed house at Bowery Ballroom what he thought about Dinosaur, released in 1985: “It was a standout record then, it is a standout record now.”

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Thurston Moore Signing

Other Music announced that Thurston Moore and his current bandmates Steve Shelley (who, of course, was also Sonic Youth’s drummer), Deb Googe (My Bloody Valentine’s bassist), and James Sedwards will be signing “scarce recordings and ephemera and copies of their latest record.” They will be in store before heading over to their show at Bowery Ballroom.

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