Say Anything - In Defense Of The Genre - Limited Gatefold, 180-Gram Smoke Colored Vinyl | RECORD STORE DAY
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In Defense Of The Genre - Limited Gatefold, 180-Gram Smoke Colored Vinyl
Artist: Say Anything
Format: Vinyl

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Label: Music on Vinyl
Rel. Date: 09/16/2022
UPC: 8719262024014

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DISC: 1

1. Skinny, Mean Man
2. No Soul
3. That Is Why
4. Surgically Removing the Tracking Device
5. This Is F*Ing Ecstasy
6. The Church Channel
7. Shiksa (Girlfriend)
8. Baby Girl, I'm a Blur
9. Retarded in Love
10. People Like You Are Why People Like Me Exist
11. Died a Jew
12. An Insult to the Dead
13. Sorry, Dudes. My Bad
14. Spay Me
15. In Defense of the Genre
16. The Truth Is, You Should Lie with Me
17. The Word You Wield
18. Vexed
19. About Falling
20. You're the Wanker, If Anyone Is
21. Spores
22. We Killed It
23. Have at Thee!
24. Hangover Song
25. Goodbye Young Tutor, You've Now Outgrown Me
26. I Used to Have a Heart
27. Plea

More Info:

Limited edition of 1500 individually numbered copies on smoke coloured 180-gram audiophile vinyl in a gatefold sleeve. Features guest appearances by members of Taking Back Sunday, Paramore, My Chemical Romance, Alkaline Trio, Underoath and cover art by Jeff Smith, creator of the multiple award-winning comic series "Bones." In 2000, Max Bernis formed the American rock band Say Anything together with some friends. Up until 2018, when the band went on a hiatus, they released eight studio albums. In 2007 they released their third studio album In Defense of the Genre. Bernis mentioned on the album that "musically, it's different, more mature and somewhat more cohesive and poppy, but darker in a whole different way".