Jawbreaker's Unfun Gets Long-Overdue Reissue

Jawbreaker's <i>Unfun</i> Gets Long-Overdue Reissue
Jawbreaker's debut album Unfun has had an undeniable influence on punk rock since it was first released in 1990. Besides the innumerable punk bands who built their sound on its mix of melodrama and pop punk, there's even a Vancouver-based band named after the record. Now, to celebrate the 20th anniversary of Unfun, Jawbreaker have announced a deluxe reissue.

For the reissue, the album was remastered from the original analogue tapes by mastering guru John Golden. The album will be available on CD and vinyl, as well as via digital download. The CD version of the reissue will include the band's 1989 EP Whack & Blite along with a 24-page booklet. It's unknown whether or not the vinyl will include the book or extra tracks, but it will be the first time the album will available in LP format since its original release.

The Unfun reissue will be available on March 30 courtesy of Blackball Records.