Jawbreaker's Dear You is an album that hardly anyone liked upon release, everyone hated it. The band broke up and that was it, but even though that was the end of the band's career their legacy lived on inspiring many bands and Dear You was eventually seen as the band's best offering. Dear You is as all Jawbreaker albums are dark, Schwarzenbach lyrical prose has always put Jawbreaker far above the punk bands of their era and in Dear You, Schwarzenbach doesn't hold back at all. He tells you his inner most personal thoughts and wants, and in the end. I feel that's what really did Jawbreaker in. The instrumentation alone on Dear You is worth a listen, while nothing complex is being done I bob my head along to these amazing moments like in Accident Prone where it's building up into the chorus and the drumming gets faster and faster as the guitar follows suit all for it to come crashing together in an explosive chorus. A lot of Dear You is like that. Fun, dark , and explosive.