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Fan of the original? Don't expect just an acoustic version.

I'll start by saying that I consider Page Avenue to be one of the two most influential albums of my formative years. I spent hours with it growing up, and I still do today. Of course I was thrilled when I heard about this release, but I was caught off guard by what it actually is. I was expecting an acoustic rerecording, ala Yellowcard's recent Ocean Avenue Acoustic, but it truly is what they describe it as: a reimagining. It is truly an entirely new experience, and much more emotional in my opinion. There is not a song on this album that I didn't fall in love with, although it did take a few listens. Give it the listening time it deserves, and you won't be disappointed.

Oh wow. This is so much better than I expected.

A lot of the re-recordings you get as retrospective packages are, shall we say, accomplished with only 50% of the donkey, if you follow me. Not here. This has thoughtful and gorgeously performed rearrangements of all ten songs. SO worth it.

Cut 2 songs...?

The 10 year anniversary celebration...of 10 of the 12 songs. Apparently the other 2 are not invited to the party. Can't compute. Only thing I can think of, is they tried to get cute with "10 years" by only having 10 tracks, but that would be completley stupid. Celebrate the whole album in it's original art form, idiots.


Formed: 1995 in St. Louis, MO

Genre: Alternative

Years Active: '00s

Story of the Year took root in the late '90s under a different name, Big Blue Monkey, in St. Louis, MO. At the time of its inception, the band's sound was much heavier (similar to the Deftones), and the lineup that would eventually become Story of the Year was not yet in place. Big Blue Monkey played frequent shows in the St. Louis area, issued several EPs, and endured the lineup fluctuations typical to any struggling combo. Creative and persistent self-promotion soon caught the ear of producer John...
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