Curses (Vanna album)

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Curses
Studio album by Vanna
Released April 24, 2007
Recorded October 25 – December 19, 2006, at Red Room Recorders, Tampa, Florida / Robert Lang Studios, Seattle, Washington
Genre Post-Hardcore, metalcore
Length 37:31
Label Epitaph
Producer Matt Bayles
Vanna chronology
The Search Party Never Came
(2006)
Curses
(2007)
A New Hope
(2009)
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
AbsolutePunk.net (60%) [1]
Allmusic (Not Rated) [2]
This article is about the 2007 album by Vanna. For the Future of the Left album of the same name, see Curses (Future of the Left album).

Curses is the debut album by Vanna, which was released on April 24, 2007 on Epitaph Records.[3] The Japan Import version of Curses with bonus track, Weapon Is Dead was released on May 23, 2007. On February 18, 2007, Curses was leaked onto the internet via filesharing sites. The songs Magnetic Knives and Country Boys...Goddamn are re-worked versions of previous recordings from This Will Be Our Little Secret and "Heavens To Betsy" was re-recorded from the Therefore I Am/Vanna Split 7".

Track listing[edit]

  1. The Alarm – 3:47
  2. The Vanishing Orchestra – 2:42
  3. Surgical Tools – 3:19
  4. The Things He Carried – 3:42
  5. Magnetic Knives – 2:23
  6. Trophy Wives – 2:37
  7. Home – 1:22
  8. Country Boys... Goddamn – 2:34
  9. Heavens To Betsy – 2:38
  10. We Ate The Horse You Rode In On – 4:08
  11. This Map Is Old News – 3:22
  12. You Were Never Lovelier – 4:57
  13. Weapon Is Dead (Bonus Track on Japan Import) – 2:23

Additional Credits[edit]

  • Christopher Preece – lead vocals
  • Nicholas Lambert – guitar
  • Evan Pharmakis – guitar, clean vocals
  • Shawn Marquis – bass, vocals
  • Brandon Davis – drums
  • Produced, Mixed and additional guitar by Matt Bayles
  • Engineered by Matt Bayles, Austin Sousa and John Ziemski
  • Mastered by Thomas Baker
  • Publicity by Héctor Martínez
  • Artwork and design by Nick Pritchard
  • Photography by Bryan Sheffield
  • Brendan Brown of The Receiving End of Sirens sings on "The Things He Carried"

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