Album artwork for Diary by Sunny Day Real Estate
Album artwork for Diary by Sunny Day Real Estate

Originally formed in Seattle in 1992, Sunny Day Real Estate featured Nate Mendel on bass (now doing time with the Foo Fighters), William Goldsmith on drum (original touring drummer for the foos'), Dan Hoerner on guitar and vocals and Jeremy Enigk on lead vocals and guitar. Although the term 'emo-core' was only stuck on this substrata after the fact, the music itself had at least some precedence in the pre-Fugazi Washington DC sounds of Embrace or Rites of Spring. But little post-punk music since then captured that immediacy like Diary, which remains a true classic years down the road.

Diary

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Album artwork for Diary by Sunny Day Real Estate
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Released 31/03/2023Catalogue Number

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Album artwork for Diary by Sunny Day Real Estate
LPx2

£24.99

Released 12/10/2009Catalogue Number

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Album artwork for Diary by Sunny Day Real Estate
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£11.99

Released 12/10/2009Catalogue Number

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Diary

Sub Pop
Album artwork for Diary by Sunny Day Real Estate
LPx2 +

£29.99

exclusive

Transparent Yellow

Rough Trade Exclusive
Limited to 500 copies
Released 31/03/2023Catalogue Number

SP846RT

Album artwork for Diary by Sunny Day Real Estate
LPx2

£24.99

Released 12/10/2009Catalogue Number

sp846

Album artwork for Diary by Sunny Day Real Estate
CD

£11.99

Released 12/10/2009Catalogue Number

spcd846

Originally formed in Seattle in 1992, Sunny Day Real Estate featured Nate Mendel on bass (now doing time with the Foo Fighters), William Goldsmith on drum (original touring drummer for the foos'), Dan Hoerner on guitar and vocals and Jeremy Enigk on lead vocals and guitar. Although the term 'emo-core' was only stuck on this substrata after the fact, the music itself had at least some precedence in the pre-Fugazi Washington DC sounds of Embrace or Rites of Spring. But little post-punk music since then captured that immediacy like Diary, which remains a true classic years down the road.