Page Avenue

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Page Avenue
Studio album by Story of the Year
Released September 16, 2003
Recorded 2002-2003 at Foxy Studios, Marina del Rey, California.
Genre Post-hardcore, alternative rock, emo, pop punk
Length 41:47
Label Maverick
Producer

John Feldmann

Story of the Year chronology
Story of the Year
(2002)
Page Avenue
(2003)
Live In the Lou/Bassassins
(2005)
Singles from Page Avenue
  1. "Until the Day I Die"
    Released: 2004
  2. "Anthem of Our Dying Day"
    Released: 2004
  3. "Sidewalks"
    Released: 2004

Page Avenue is the debut studio album by Story of the Year. It was released September 16, 2003, through Maverick Records. The album peaked at #51 on the Billboard 200 charts.[1] The singles released were "Until the Day I Die" and "Anthem of Our Dying Day". The album is named after a stretch of road in St. Louis, Missouri. The album has been certified gold in sales by the Recording Industry Association of America (RIAA).

Page Avenue was mastered using HDCD. Although it is unmarked, playing the album in a CD player able to decode HDCD will give superior sound quality.

Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
AbsolutePunk.net 77%[2]
Allmusic 3/5 stars[3]
Sputnikmusic 2.5/5[4]

Track listing[edit]

All lyrics written by Dan Marsala and Adam Russell, all music composed by Story of the Year

No. Title Length
1. "And the Hero Will Drown"   3:13
2. "Until the Day I Die"   3:55
3. "Anthem of Our Dying Day"   3:37
4. "In the Shadows"   3:28
5. "Dive Right In"   3:15
6. "Swallow the Knife"   3:36
7. "Burning Years"   3:07
8. "Page Avenue"   3:37
9. "Sidewalks"   3:34
10. "Divide and Conquer"   3:04
11. "Razorblades"   3:23
12. "Falling Down" (featuring Ray Cappo, John Feldmann and Toby Morse) 3:58
Total length:
41:47


Enhanced Material

  • 3 behind-the-scenes videos
  • "Until the Day I Die" music video
  • Band photos
  • Links to more exclusive content

Credits[edit]

Charts[edit]


Page Avenue: 10 Years and Counting[edit]

Page Avenue: 10 Years and Counting
Studio album by Story of the Year
Released October 08, 2013
Recorded Febraury 2013 - March 2013 at Robert Berson Studios
Genre Acoustic, alternative rock
Length 49:24
Label Self-released
Producer Dan Marsala and Ryan Phillips
Story of the Year chronology
The Constant
(2010)
Page Avenue: 10 Years and Counting
(2013)
Fifth studio album
(2015)

On March 8, 2013, the band announced their hiatus was over and they will be touring worldwide to celebrate the 10th anniversary of their debut album Page Avenue. It was also stated that the band re-recorded Page Avenue, entitled Page Avenue: 10 Years and Counting with a release date on October 8, 2013.[7] Originally they planned it to be a full acoustic version of the album, but after the collaboration with City Spud during their concert in 2011 they decided to re-record the album with a different feel to each song rather than just acoustic versions. This version doesn't feature the songs "Burning Years" and "Falling Down"

This was the last record to feature long-time bass guitarist, Adam Russell.

No. Title Length
1. "And the Hero Will Drown" (10 Year Version) 3:17
2. "Until the Day I Die" (10 Year Version) 4:03
3. "Anthem of Our Dying Day" (10 Year Version) 3:22
4. "In the Shadows" (10 Year Version) 3:13
5. "Dive Right In" (10 Year Version) 3:05
6. "Swallow the Knife" (10 Year Version) 3:42
7. "Page Avenue" (10 Year Version) 3:34
8. "Sidewalks" (10 Year Version) 3:24
9. "Divide and Conquer" (10 Year Version) 3:06
10. "Razorblades" (10 Year Version) 4:07
Total length:
30:39
Personnel

Use in popular media[edit]

  • The song "And the Hero Will Drown" was featured in the video game Need for Speed: Underground.
  • The album cover can be seen as a poster in Lucas Scott's room in the TV series One Tree Hill.
  • An acoustic version of the song "Sidewalks" can be heard in the Jake Jagielski and Peyton Sawyer passion scene in episode 16, season 2 of One Tree Hill, and was featured on the show's original soundtrack, as well as in the video game Donkey Konga 2.
  • In the TV series Everybody Hates Chris, a Story of the Year sticker based on the album cover can be seen next to Chris's bedroom door.
  • The song "Until the Day I Die" was used in a trailer for the movie Friday Night Lights.

Miscellaneous[edit]

  • The image on the front cover of the album is an upside-down satellite view of Downtown San Diego.
  • The album title is a reference to Missouri Route 364, which is located in the band's hometown of St. Louis, Missouri.
  • The song "Razorblades" was originally recorded as "Razorblades and Cupcakes" while they were still known as Big Blue Monkey.

References[edit]