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In Defense Of The Genre 2XLP

Say Anything

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Released Jan 15, 2013 srcvinyl

Say Anything In Defense Of The Genre Vinyl

$29.99

Vinyl Details

- Full color Gatefold Jacket with UV Gloss
- CMYK Center Labels
- 11 x 22 Full Color Lyric Sheet/ Insert
Vinyl Color: 
500- 180 Gram Black
500 - Gold 
1,500 - Translucent Purple 

Album Details

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In Defense of The Genre is the third full-length studio album by American pop-punk band Say Anything, released on October 23, 2007 through J Records as a double disc album. It debuted at number 27 on the U.S. Billboard 200 chart. The first single, "Baby Girl, I'm a Blur", was released October 2, 2007 on iTunes. The album artwork was provided by Jeff Smith, an artist primarily known for his work on the Bone comic series.
Writing and plans for In Defense of the Genre began in March 2006 during Say Anything's extensive touring and promotion for the reissue of their previous effort, …Is a Real Boy. The band started rehearsing and piecing together the album through pre-production the next year in January 2007, until the record was finally completed half a year later in September. Max Bemis described in an interview that the record is more focused on "observations of other people", unlike ...Is a Real Boy's lyrical content revolving solely on Bemis and his problems. The record "picks up in my life where [...Is a Real Boy] left off because it is very autobiographical, even more so than the last record. Musically, it's different, more mature and somewhat more cohesive and poppy, but darker in a whole different way.
“     It's the story of being alone and losing my mind and then overcoming that event by learning to trust and let go of that anger and fall in love for the first time. It's also about losing that love and the confusion that entails after, and the nature of first love; discovering what you really want whether it be to give yourself totally to someone or explore the endless abyss and risk losing your mind again and that love.     ”
—Max Bemis describes the concept of In Defense of the Genre
The album features 23 individual guest vocalists and musicians, including Gerard Way of My Chemical Romance, Pete Yorn, Anna Waronker, Adam Lazzara of Taking Back Sunday, Aaron Gillespie of Underoath and The Almost, Matt Skiba of Alkaline Trio, and Hayley Williams of Paramore. Additional instrumentation was handled by DJ Swamp and Casey Prestwood, whom contributed on turntable and pedal steel guitar, respectively.[8] The December issue of Alternative Press reported that Jesse Lacey of Brand New chose not to collaborate. In December 2007, Absolutepunk.net did a 3-part video series showing an in depth look at the recording of In Defense of the Genre.

Tracklisting

Skinny, Mean Man
No Soul
That Is Why
Surgically Removing The Tracking Device
This Is Fucking Ecstasy
The Church Channel
Shiksa (Girlfriend)
Baby Girl, I'm A Blur
Retarded In Love
People Like You Are Why People Like Me Exist
Died A Jew
An Insult To The Dead
Sorry, Dudes, My Bad
Spay Me
In Defense Of The Genre
The Truth Is, You Should Lie With Me
The World You Wield
Vexed
About Falling
You're The Wanker If Anyone Is
Spores
We Killed It
Have At Thee!
Hangover Song
Goodbye Young Tutor, You've Now Outgrown Me
I Used To Have A Heart
Plea

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