Ahh, the emo of my angsty teenage years. Have you ever been with someone long enough that their music seeps it’s way into your life? For me, that’s this album. The rough sounds, heavy guitars and depressing lyrics all bring back times where I would be driving around with my ex with the windows down. As such, it has a special place in my heart. Outside of that emotion, it really is a very solid release, and one that has been out of circulation on vinyl for a long time. Best of all, the gold (if they don’t end up selling it at shows) is sure to become a well sought after collectors edition. So if you’re going to get it, jump on it quick.
Forty Hour Train Back to Penn' is the third and final full-length album released by The Movielife in 2003. The title was pressed to limited vinyl with the initial release and over the last ten years has become highly sought after by collectors. Mutant League is proud to once again bring this seminal punk album to the vinyl format with a run limited to 1000 copies on three color variants: 750 red putty, 200 clear w/ black smoke, 50 gold. With a retail price of $15.99, pre-orders will go live Monday January 13th at 4pm central on victorymerch.com. Orders are limited to 2 copies per household, records will ship in late February.
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