Say Anything’s ‘…Is A Real Boy’ to Get Vinyl Treatment


Fans of Say Anything fans just got a great late Christmas/early New Year’s gift. The band will be releasing a special tenth anniversary version of …Is A Real Boy. But this tenth anniversary re-release isn’t just a CD with some extra songs; it’s a full-blown vinyl box set.

This re-release will feature the original album, the expanded album, and a limited edition 7″ which features two songs. The album and the extended album will be pressed into four, 10″ LPs.

Check out all the information about the vinyl box set below including the track list, content that will be included in the packaging, and the different packages available for pre-orders through Doghouse Records.

“Doghouse Records is excited to announce a special 10 Year Anniversary Edition of Say Anything’s classic album …is a Real Boy. The set includes the 13 original songs from …is a Real Boy, Was A Real Boy expanded edition and the song “Walk Through Hell,” all remastered for vinyl and pressed on four, 10-inch records.

The first 2500 units also include a bonus 7-inch which includes two unreleased songs including “But a Fleeting Illness,” which was a demo from before the album and an acoustic version of “Belt,” recorded in 2004 by Max. All 5 pieces of vinyl are packed in a special box along with an exclusive booklet that includes photos and stories from the period.

There are 5 different packages to choose from and 4 different colors. To see the color and bundle options available, visit!

Track listing: 

1. Belt
2. Woe
3. The Writhing South
4. Alive with the Glory of Love
5. Yellow Cat (Slash) Red Cat
6. The Futile
7. Spidersong
8. An Orgy of Critics
9. Every Man Has a Molly
10. Slowly, Through the Vector
11. Chia-Like, I Shall Grow
12. I Want to Know Your Plans
13. Admit It!!!
14. Wow, I Can Get Sexual Too
15.Little Girls
16. Most Beautiful Plague
17. It’s a Metaphor, Fool
18. Total Revenge
19. Metal Now
20. I Will Never Write an Obligatory Song About Being on the Road and Missing Someone
21. Walking Through Hell

Limited edition 7-inch: 

A. But a Fleeting Illness
B. Belt (acoustic)”

Paramore Unveil Deluxe Reissue Tracklist


Paramore’s fantastic year just keeps getting better. Last week, the band announced they would be re-releasing their self-titled album in a deluxe edition and now, we have more information about it.

While most bands typically add four of five new tracks to an already released record and call it a reissue, Paramore had decided to take that idea and give fans twenty-nine tracks in total.

Those twenty-nine tracks will include the band’s already released record as well as 12 bonus tracks. Within those 12 bonus tracks, there are eight live songs (all record at Red Rocks in Colorado), two B-sides, a previously unreleased demo and a new version of “Hate to see Your Heart Break” which will features former Civil Wars singer, Joy Williams.

Check out the full tracklist for the deluxe album as well as the cover art for it which is seen above.


1. Fast In My Car
2. Now
3. Grow Up
4. Daydreaming
5. interlude: Moving On
6. Ain’t It Fun
7. Part II
8. Last Hope
9. Still Into You
10. Anklebiters
11. interlude: Holiday
12. Proof
13. Hate To See Your Heart Break
14. (One Of Those) Crazy Girls
15. interlude: I’m Not Angry Anymore
16. Be Alone
17. Future
18. Hate To See Your Heart Break feat. Joy Williams
19. Escape Route (Bonus Track)
20. Native Tongue (Bonus Track)
21. Tell Me It’s Okay (Self-Titled Demo)
22. Still Into You (Live at Red Rocks)
23. Decode (Live at Red Rocks)
24. The Only Exception (Live at Red Rocks)
25. Brick by Boring Brick (Live at Red Rocks)
26. Let the Flames Begin (Live at Red Rocks)
27. Part II (Live at Red Rocks)
28. Proof (Live at Red Rocks)
29. Ain’t It Fun (Live at Red Rocks)

Pixies to Celebrate ‘Doolittle’ 25th Anniversary with Deluxe Reissue


In honor of the 25th anniversary of their second studio album, Doolittle, the Pixies have announced plans to re-release the landmark album with a three-disc deluxe reissue. The reissue will include unreleased tracks, live performances, and much more.

If that isn’t enough to get Pixies fans excited for the anniversary which is would be considered the silver anniversary if this were a wedding anniversary, Doolittle 25 will also include two full sessions from John Peel’s BBC 1 Programs, a demo version of the album, six B-side tracks, and seven additional bonus tracks.

But like game show hosts say, “that’s not all.”

For those who are fans of vinyl, the band will be releasing a vinyl version of the deluxe reissue. This version will be a double vinyl which will include John Peel sessions and B-side tracks on one side, while the other side will contain the demo album as well as three bonus tracks.

Check out the full list of content for the anniversary reissue below.

Doolittle 25 Tracklist:

Disc One – Doolittle:
1. “Debaser”
2. “Tame”
3. “Wave of Mutilation”
4. “I Bleed”
5. “Here Comes Your Man”
6. “Dead”
7. “Monkey Gone to Heaven”
8. “Mr. Grieves”
9. “Crackity Jones”
10. “La La Love You”
11. “No. 13 Baby”
12. “There Goes My Gun”
13. “Hey”
14. “Silver”
15. “Gouge Away”

Disc Two – Doolittle: Peel Sessions & B-Sides:
1. “Dead (Peel Session)”
2. “Tame” *
3. “There Goes My Gun (Peel Session)”
4. “Manta Ray (Peel Session)”
5. “Into The White” *
6. “Wave of Mutilation (Peel Session)”
7. “Down To The Well (Peel Session)”
8. “Manta Ray”
9. “Weird At My School”
10. “Dancing The Manta Ray”
11. “Wave of Mutilation (UK Surf)”
12. “Into The White”
13. “Bailey’s Walk”

Disc Three – Doolittle: Demos:
1. “Debaser”
2. “Tame” *
3. “Wave of Mutilation (First Demo)” *
4. “I Bleed” *
5. “Here Comes Your Man (1986 Demo)”
6. “Dead” *
7. “Monkey Gone To Heaven” *
8. “Mr. Grieves” *
9. “Crackity Jones” *
10. “La La Love You” *
11. “No. 13 Baby – VIVA LA LOMA RICA (First Demo)” *
12. “There Goes My Gun” *
13. “Hey (First Demo)” *
14. “Silver” *
15. “Gouge Away” *
16. “My Manta Ray Is All Right” *
17. “Santo” *
18. “Weird At My School (First Demo)” *
19. “Wave Of Mutilation” *
20. “No. 13 Baby”
21. “Debaser (First Demo)” *
22. “Gouge Away (First Demo)” *

* = Previously unreleased

Doolittle 25 will be released on Dec. 1 while pre-orders have already begun on the band’s official website.

Cursive Make Two Big Announcements


It’s been two years since Cursive have released new music or even gone on a tour, and now the band has come back into the limelight with not one, but two announcements.

The first of two announcements comes in the form of the band re-issuing their fourth studio album, The Ugly Organ.

Surprisingly, the reissue comes 11 years after the album was initially released. The reissue will include two disc; the first of which will include all 12 original tracks from the album while the second disc will feature extra material including tracks from 8 Teeth to Eat You and several singles.

The full track list for the reissue can be seen here.


Disc/LP One:

1. “The Ugly Organist”
2. “Some Red Handed Slight of Hand”
3. “Art Is Hard”
4. “The Recluse”
5. “Herald! Frankenstein”
6. “Butcher the Song”
7. “Driftwood: A Fairy Tale”
8. “A Gentleman Caller”
9. “Harold Weathervein”
10. “Bloody Murderer”
11. “Sierra”
12. “Staying Alive”

Disc/LP Two:

1. Excerpts from Various Notes Strewn Around the Bedroom of April Connolly, Feb. 24, 1997 (from 8 Teeth To Eat You)
2. “Am I Not Yours?” (from 8 Teeth To Eat You)
3. “Escape Artists” (from 8 Teeth To Eat You)
4. “May Flowers” (from 8 Teeth To Eat You)
5. “Sinner’s Serenade” (from the Art Is Hard single)
6. “Nonsense” (from Saddle Creek 50)
7. “Once” (from The Recluse single)
8. “Adapt” (from The Recluse single)

As for the second announcement of the day, the band have revealed upcoming plans to head out on on a United States tour, beginning on Feb. 10, 2015 at the Bluebird Theater in Denver. Full tour dates can be seen below


Feb. 10 – Denver, CO @ Bluebird Theater

Feb. 12 – Salt Lake City, UT @ Urban Lounge

Feb. 13 – Boise, ID @ Neurolux

Feb. 14 – Seattle, WA @ Neumos

Feb. 15 – Portland, OR @ Doug Fir Lounge

Feb. 17 – San Francisco, CA @ Slim’s

Feb. 20 – Los Angeles, CA @ Echoplex

Feb. 21 – Pomona, CA @ Glasshouse

Feb. 22 – San Diego, CA @ The Casbah

Feb. 23 – Phoenix, AZ @ Crescent Ballroom

Feb. 25 – El Paso, TX @ Tricky Falls

Feb. 27 – Austin, TX @ The Mohawk

Feb. 28 – Dallas, TX @ Trees

Mar. 1 – Houston, TX @ Fitzgerald’s

Mar. 5 – Carrboro, NC @ Cat’s Cradle

Mar. 6 – Washington, D.C. @ Black Cat

Mar. 7 – Philadelphia, PA @ Union Transfer

Mar. 10 – New York, NY @ Bowrey Ballroom

Mar. 11 – New York, NY @ Bowrey Ballroom

Mar. 14 – Cambridge, MA @ The Sinclair

Mar. 21 – Omaha, NE @ The Waiting Room

Mayday Parade Stream Three New Songs


Mayday Parade had recently announced plans to re-release their latest album, Monsters in the Closet. The deluxe re-release is scheduled to be released today (May 27) through the band’s longtime record label, Fearless Records.

The re-release will feature a couple of new songs that did not make the original cut, but can now be streamed. Yesterday, the band went on to release three never-before-heard songs through three music news sites Property of Zack, Absolute Punk and PreVolume ahead of the album’s released date.

All three songs can be heard below.

“Stuck in Remission” (found on Property of Zack):

“Worth a Thousand Words” (found on PureVolume):

“Heard the Sound” (found on Absolute Punk):

Mayday Parade have been confirmed to be performing at this year’s Van Warped Tour, so if you haven’t checked them out yet and are heading to the annual punk rock-inspired fest, give them a look.

The Early November to Celebrate ‘The Room’s Too Cold’ Anniversary


The Early November have finally answered the question that many of their fans have been wondering about especially after revealing some cryptic tweet yesterday about their album, The Room’s Too Cold . The band went on to announced that not only will Rise Records be repressing the album, but that they will be performing the full album for the first time ever on December 21 at a show in Philadelphia.

They also announced that tickets and the LP’s pre-sales will begin on Friday, September 20th.

Check out the message the band released on their website earlier today concerning the repressing.

To mark the albums 10th anniversary (originally released October 7th 2003 on Drive-Thru Records) it is being repressed by Rise Records on 180 gram vinyl featuring revamped artwork & deluxe packaging. Available December 2013. 

To celebrate the album and the holidays, the band will perform the record in its entirety for the first time ever. The evening will also include an additional set of songs from the bands entire catalog as well as special guest yet to be announced. This special performance will take place on December 21st 2013 at Union Transfer in Philadelphia, PA. 

LP pre-orders, show tickets & limited VIP ticket/LP bundle on-sale September 20th 2013.

On Twitter, the band also let fans know that they had been “cordially invited” to the tenth anniversary/holiday show later in the year. This past summer, the band had been on the Vans Warped Tour with frontman Ace Enders playing double duty in the band and performing his solo stuff.

‘Don’t Panic’ All Time Low Re-Release IS Happening


Remember last week when speculations started about All Time Low re-releasing Don’t Panic?

Well, today we got the official word that the album will be re-released and be called, Don’t Panic: It’s Longer Now. The new album will also include a new song which will feature Pierce the Veil’s Vic Fuentes, confirming all the talk about his presence in the new, cryptic trailer that was released on the band’s website on Friday.

The re-release will feature four new songs as well as a few acoustic versions of several of the older songs such as “Backseat Serenade,” “For Baltimore” and “The Reckless and the Brave.”

For now, you can check out the previous released list of tracks from the reissue below as well as the music video for “A Love Like War.”


01) The Reckless and The Brave
02) A Love Like War (feat. Vic Fuentes)
03) Backseat Serenade
04) Me Without You (All I Ever Wanted)
05) If These Sheets Were States
06) Somewhere In Neverland
07) So Long Soldier
08) Canals
09) The Irony Of Choking On A Lifesaver
10) To Live and Let Go
11) Outlines
12) Thanks To You
13) For Baltimore
14) Paint You Wings
15) So Long And Thanks For All The Booze
16) Oh Calamity!
17) For Baltimore (Acoustic)
18) Somewhere In Neverland (Acoustic)
19) The Reckless and The Brave (Acoustic)
20) Backseat Serenade (Acoustic)

Don’t Panic: It’s Longer Now will be released via Hopeless Records on September 30.

Listen to Ellie Goulding’s New Track


Ellie Goulding has pretty much been a staple on the pop charts since her hit song “Lights” first made its debut on the radio. Now, the British songstress has released a new song which features a little help from fun. frontman, Nate Ruess.

Ruess, who has gotten some pop cred under his belt for several hit radio songs and even some assistance in other songs like P!nk’s “Just Give Me a Reason” and Ke$ha’s “Die Young” has contributed to Goulding’s new song, but don’t expect for him to have his vocals on the track; the music man decided to take a behind the scenes approach for the song.

The name of the track is “Goodness Gracious” and will be featured on the Goulding’s re-release of her hit album, Halcyon. The re-issue titled, Halcyon Days will feature several spare songs that she had in hiding, including a cover of  Alt-J’s “Tesselate,” the electronic, “Burn as well as the ballad, “Hearts without Chains.”

For now, take a listen to the track and pick up Halcyon Days when it hits store on August 27.