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Jack's Mannequin - Everything In Transit (10th Anniversary Edition) (2015)

20-10-2015, 16:52
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Jack's Mannequin - Everything In Transit (10th Anniversary Edition) (2015)

Artist: Jack's Mannequin
Title Of Album: Everything In Transit (10th Anniversary Edition)
Year Of Release: 2015
Label: Rhino - Warner Bros.
Genre: Alt. Rock, Piano Rock
Quality: 320 / FLAC
Total Time: 76:16 min
Total Size: 174 / 540 MB
WebSite: Album Preview


Disc: 1

1. Holiday From Real (2015 Remastered)
2. The Mixed Tape (2015 Remastered)
3. Bruised (2015 Remastered)
4. I'm Ready (2015 Remastered)
5. La La Lie (2015 Remastered)
6. Dark Blue (2015 Remastered)
7. Miss Delaney (2015 Remastered)
8. Kill The Messenger (2015 Remastered)
9. Rescued (2015 Remastered)
10. MFEO - Pt. 1: Made For Each Other, Pt. 2: You Can Breathe (2015 Remastered)
11. Into The Airwaves (2015 Remastered)

Disc: 2

1. The Lights And Buzz (2015 Remastered)
2. Kill The Messenger (Live From Rock Xentral) [2015 Remastered]
3. Meet Me At My Window (2015 Remastered)
4. Last Straw, Z(2015 Remastered)
5. Lonely For Her (2015 Remastered)
6. Bruised (Acoustic Version) [2015 Remastered]
7. Locked Doors (2015 Remastered)
8. I'm Ready (Live from New York City) [2015 Remastered]

Digitally remastered and expanded deluxe two CD edition. Celebrating it's 10th Anniversary, Rhino Records is honoring that milestone with a special edition that includes a newly remastered version of the original album, plus a bonus disc filled with rarities. Everything in Transit debuted in the Top 40 in August 2005 as fans and critics embraced the evocative songwriting and potent pop melodies heard on standout tracks like "The Mixed Tape," "Bruised" and "Dark Blue." After his hard-working punk-pop quintet Something Corporate decided to take a break in the summer of 2004, Andrew McMahon found himself writing a batch of confessional piano-driven songs that explored his return home to Orange County and his attempt to reconnect with the people he had alienated when he left to tour with Something Corporate. With the help of several musician friends (which included producer Jim Wirt and Mötley Crüe's Tommy Lee), McMahon began recording Everything in Transit under the moniker Jack's Mannequin. In June 2005, the day he finished mastering the last song, then 22-year-old McMahon was diagnosed with leukemia. He was forced to postpone all music-related activities and immediately undergo chemotherapy, which led to a bout with pneumonia that nearly killed him. Two months later, on August 23rd, 2005, Maverick Records released the sardonic, sweetly melancholic Everything in Transit, which debuted at No. 37 on Billboard's Top 200 Albums chart and was well-received by both fans and critics. After going into remission following a stem-cell transplant from his sister, McMahon was able to make a full recovery.

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