UPDATE (5/25/13): Enjoy The Ride Records has now SOLD OUT of their variant (Bone & Red w/ Black Swirl) but Equal Vision Records still has copies of their variant (Black w/ Maroon; pictured below) available — LINK UPDATED TO GO TO EQUAL VISION RECORDS
Enjoy The Ride Records just released the repress for the highly sought after sophomore album from The Fall Of Troy, Doppelganger. The album is pressed on beautiful Bone & Red Vinyl w/ Black Splatter (180g).
Since this record was only put up about 45min ago and is selling extremely fast, I’m going to cut it short and let you guys investigate down below!
PS There is also ANOTHER variant available of this record. The other variant is on BLACK w/ MAROON — That variant can be purchase via Equal Vision Records HERE (photo of this variant below).
ETR Variant (Bone/Red Swirl with Black splatter )
The Fall Of Troy- DoppelgĆ¤nger 180 gram Repress
This version comes in a reverse board matte printed GATEFOLD jacket
This is the 2nd pressing of this album by Enjoy The Ride and 3rd overall
Tracklisting is as follows:
1. "I Just Got This Symphony Goin'"
2. "Act One, Scene One"
4. "You Got a Death Wish, Johnny Truant?"
5. "Mouths Like Sidewinder Missiles"
6. "The Hol[ ]y Tape..."
7. "Laces Out, Dan!"
8. "We Better Learn to Hotwire a Uterus"
9. "Whacko Jacko Steals the Elephant Man's Bones"
10. "Tom Waits"
11. "Macaulay McCulkin"
Random Trivia about the album
"You Got a Death Wish, Johnny Truant?" and "The Hol[ ]y Tape..." are quotes taken from Mark Z. Danielewski's novel House of Leaves.
"Hol[ ]y" being short for "Holloway"
The title "Laces Out, Dan!" is taken from a quote in the film Ace Ventura: Pet Detective. In the movie, the person in reference is Miami Dolphins player Dan Marino.
The title of the song "Tom Waits" is in reference to the singer Tom Waits, who also has a song named "The Fall of Troy".
"F.C.P.R.E.M.I.X." is featured on the soundtrack of the video games MLB 2K6, Saint's Row, and Guitar Hero III: Legends of Rock.
"Whacko Jacko Steals the Elephant Man's Bones" is a reference to the music video of Michael Jackson's "Leave Me Alone" in which Michael Jackson dances alongside a claymation portrayal of Joseph Merrick's, the Elephant Man's, bones.
- Maybe Buy
- Not My Style
- Too Expensive