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is the debut Tales Told by Dead Friends EP from Tallahassee band Mayday Parade. It was originally released without the support of a record label, but has since been re-released by Fearless Records. To support the album, the band followed the Warped Tour and sold copies to people standing in line. The EP sold over 20,000 copies to date. [5 ] [5 ]
Track listing [ edit ]
All lyrics written by Jason Lancaster unless noted; all music written by Mayday Parade.
"Just Say You're Not into It" – 4:21
"When I Get Home, You're So Dead" – 3:29
"One Man Drinking Games" – 4:39
"Your Song" – 3:57
"Three Cheers for Five Years" (Jake Bundrick) – 5:39
"The Last Something That Meant Anything" – 4:53
Personnel [ edit ]
Song notes [ edit ]
"When I Get Home, You're So Dead" is the only song from this EP to be re-recorded with an electric guitar for their debut album,
. A Lesson in Romantics "Your Song" was later re-recorded acoustically for the band's EP
Valdosta, with Jake Bundrick taking over Jason Lancaster's vocal parts. "Three Cheers for Five Years" was also re-recorded acoustically, but for
. It was later released as a bonus track for Punk Goes Acoustic 2 . A Lesson in Romantics
References [ edit ]
^ Pascarella, Tony. "Mayday Parade - Tales Told By Dead Friends EP". AbsolutePunk.net . Retrieved 1 October 2011.
^ Apar, Corey. "Tales Told by Dead Friends". AllMusic . Retrieved 1 October 2011.
^ "Mayday Parade Tales Told By Dead Friends". Sputnikmusic . Retrieved 1 October 2011.
^ a b "Mayday Parade at Fearless Records". Fearless Records.