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Yellowcard One For The Kids Re-Release by Lobster Records For 20th Anniversary

‘One For The Kids,’ the 2001 third studio LP from beloved pop-punk band Yellowcard is celebrating its 20th anniversary with a completely remixed and remastered high definition version of the classic album on vinyl and digital, with new artwork and featuring never before seen band photos and an unreleased version of the song “A.W.O.L.”

Lobster Records, the band’s first label home, will launch pre-orders for the vinyl on Cyber Monday, November 29th at: http://lobsterrecords.limitedrun.com.

Founding lead guitarist Ben Harper told Spin“Because of the fact that Lobster Records had stored the reel to reels impeccably, we were able to sonically enhance the entire project while keeping the integrity of the original tracks. This was our first ‘big studio’ recording experience, yet on a small ambitious label. We did in fact, run over budget and time during the original recording process. The remixed, remastered version is One for the Kids in high definition. It’s a brand new listening experience in its entirety, and you hear and feel sounds you haven’t before. Fans who grew up on this album will be blown away as well as first-time listeners will be drawn to it. This reissue is a fantastic 20th-anniversary gift or Christmas present for Yellowcard and pop-punk fans worldwide.”

In addition to multiple limited edition vinyl variants, this new version of the album will also be released digitally on December 17th.

‘One For The Kids’ 20th Anniversary Edition Track Listing (Fully Remixed/Remastered in High Definition!)

1. Starstruck

2. Drifting

3. Something Of Value

4. Trembling

5. Sure Shot

6. Big Apple Heartbreak

7. Cigarette

8. October Nights

9. Rock Star Land

10. For Pete’s Sake

11. A.W.O.L.

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Michael Sandoval

Michael created MUSE/MUSE TV after a career in professional sports and journalism. Born and raised in Los Angeles, California. He attended Don Bosco Technical Institute in which he studied Electronics and Computer Science and California State University, Fullerton in which he graduated with a degree from the College of Communication in Journalism. He is a big Foo Fighters fan, loves Star Wars and loves photography.

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