after i really fell in love with the snotty, musical sophistication that is "we cool?", i wanted more of jeff rosenstock's recorded stuff. the first record i came across, was the "worry." lp. it is the follow-up to "we cool?" and came out in 2015. it was pretty much on the cheap side but i was actually looking for some early pressings, as they seemed to have the cooler colour configurations.
i landed at the finest vinyl page and found a copy on clearance with the information that it was a baby blue and pink merge copy. yeah, that sounded good and so i ordered it. a few days later it arrived and it turned out to be one of the latest pressings on ultra clear vinyl. so i e-mailed the mailorder with the plea to return the copy as it wasn't the one i actually ordered. i got no response whatsoever and as i didn't care too much, i just kept the record.
instead i make bad advertisement for the mailorder (fuck finest vinyl!) and will never order from them again. the album is pretty sweet, though. urban gentrification and social inequalities are the main topics lyrically and musically this is just the fantastic mix of punk, pop, alternative rock and singer-songwriter music that made me rave about rosenstock's "we cool?" album before. lovely! fourth pressing out of 1.000 copies. sideonedummy records. 2015/2017.