We have five signed, screenprinted Taking Back Sunday posters that we'll give away to random customers who pre-order the new collection from us! These have been won!
A super special anniversary set from the incredible emo-rockers Taking Back Sunday, celebrating 20 years as a band, featuring 19 tracks taken from all 7 of their studio albums as well as 2 new tracks titled All Ready To Go and A Song For Dan, that hint towards the sounds that the band will be heading towards in the future.
Although the pride of Long Island have had a handful of member changes over the years, the current lineup of the band - vocalist Adam Lazzara, guitarist John Nolan, drummer Mark O'Connell and bassist Shaun Cooper - have all been there since the beginning. From the band's landmark 2002 debut 'Tell All Your Friends' to their most recent full-length, 2016's 'Tidal Wave', Taking Back Sunday have evolved from a key player in the early 2000s emo scene to a genre-defying rock band who have three gold albums without ever ceasing to push the limitations of their sound. This fact is evidenced on 'Twenty'
here's the screen-printed posters... want one?
TWENTY VISION— Banquet Records (@BanquetRecords) January 5, 2019
we've a few signed screen-printed posters we'll give away at random to five of you who pre-order the new @TBSOfficial compliation from Banquet. https://t.co/LINCeog9u1 pic.twitter.com/BRvrwELGMp
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- 1.Cute Without The "E" (Cut From The Team)
- 2.You're So Last Summer
- 3.Timberwolves At New Jersey
- 4.A Decade Under The Influence
- 5.Set Phasers To Stun
- 6.One-Eighty By Summer
- 7.Liar (It Takes One To Know One)
- 9.What's It Feel Like To Be a Ghost?
- 10.My Blue Heaven
- 11.Sink Into Me
- 12.Everything Must Go
- 13.Faith (When I Let You Down)
- 14.Call Me In The Morning
- 15.Flicker, Fade
- 16.Better Homes and Gardens
- 17.Tidal Wave
- 18.You Can't Look Back
- 19.Call Come Running
- 20.All Ready To Go
- 21.A Song For Dan
Item code: TBS20
Label: Concord Records
Info correct on: 15/5/2020