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Thursday - Waiting [The 15-Year Anniversary Deluxe Edition] (2015)

23-03-2015, 16:39
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Thursday - Waiting [The 15-Year Anniversary Deluxe Edition] (2015)

Artist: Thursday
Title Of Album: Waiting (The 15-Year Anniversary Deluxe Edition)
Year Of Release: 2015
Label: Collect Records
Genre: Alternative, Indie Rock, Emo
Quality: 320 / FLAC
Total Time: 47:23 min
Total Size: 108 / 330 MB


01. Porcelain
02. This Side of Brightness
03. Ian Curtis
04. Intro
05. Streaks in the Sky
06. In Transmission
07. Dying in New Brunswick
08. The Dotted Line
09. Where the Circle Ends
10. This Side of Brightness (Demo)
11. Dying in New Brunswick (Demo)
12. Mass as Shadows

On December 7, 1999, the then-fledgling Eyeball Records released the debut album by New Jersey band called Thursday. Waiting, in itself, made modest waves during its initial release, but as the band prepared its follow-up—2001’s breakthrough Full Collapse—Thursday’s debut quickly became more of a herald than an introduction: This is the sound of a band in the middle of a discovery process that would eventually take them to legendary status around the world. Having officially gone out of print when Eyeball ceased operations, Waiting has been unavailable in physical, digital, and streaming formats since 2012. But this year, on the fifteenth anniversary of its release, Collect Records is finally giving this classic album the special deluxe edition reissue package it deserves. Waiting: The 15-Year Anniversary Edition features the original album remastered and repackaged with a die-cut sleeve, original liner notes, and a bonus 7” EP featuring previously unreleased demos from this period—including one never-before-released song.

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