Suburbia: I've Given You All And Now I'm Nothing
LP transparent blue: usually dispatched next working day
Banquet exclusive is on 'blue / black splatter' coloured vinyl, /500.
A new colourway of this absolute pop-punk classic from The Wonder Years. This album ended up Banquet's album of 2011. We loved it so we got them to play the album in its entirety at The Peel for us in April 2012.
Originally released in 2011, Philadelphia pop punk band, The Wonder Years, have reissued their critically-acclaimed Hopeless Records' debut album, Suburbia I've Given You All And Now I'm Nothing. Inspired by Allen Ginsburg's poem, "America," Suburbia debuted at #73 on Billboard 200 chart and has been lauded as the #5 most essential pop punk album of all time (via RockSound) and #32 on Pop Punk Albums You Need To Hear Before You F-Ing Die" (via Buzzfeed). With newly-updated packaging and brand new color variants, and featuring the band's most popular songs, "Came Out Swinging" and "Don't Let Me Cave In," Suburbia introduced fans to Hank The Pigeon for the first time, and cemented the band as one of the finest pop punk/emo artists in their generation.
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- 13.And Now I'm Nothing
Item code: TWYsuburbiaLP
Info correct on: 4/10/2021