You Can't Take It With You (album)
|You Can't Take It With You|
|Studio album by As Tall as Lions|
|Released||August 18, 2009|
|Producer||As Tall As Lions and Noah Shain|
|As Tall as Lions chronology|
In January 2008 the band began work on their new record "You Can't Take It With You." As of August 2008, the band had 12 songs written.
The single "Circles" was posted on the bands Myspace page on Thursday, June 18 available for streaming. Wednesday, July 22, "In Case of Rapture" was released for streaming on AbsolutePunk.net as a part of an ABSOLUTExclusive on the band.
At Midnight on August 13, 2009, the entire album was available for streaming on the band's official Myspace page.
On August 18, 2009, the day the album was released, it appeared on the iTunes Top 40.
- Circles - 4:18
- Sixes & Sevens - 2:52
- You Can't Take It With You - 4:28
- Go Easy - 4:49
- Duermete - 8:19
- In Case of Rapture - 5:03
- We's Been Waitin' - 3:42
- Is This Tomorrow? - 3:54
- Sleepyhead - 3:14
- The Narrows - 4:25
- Lost My Mind - 6:14
- (track 11 includes hidden bonus song Asleep in the Sea featuring Kimbra on vocals)
The limited edition includes a DVD (featuring making-of material and live footage) and three extra bonus tracks:
- Home Is Where You're Happy - 1:54
- That's What You Get - 2:39
- Sleepyhead (Acoustic Version) - 3:15
The deluxe edition features the same bonus tracks as the limited edition, as well as the DVD. It also includes an exclusive EP of instrumental songs.
- I Thought I Knew You
- Persian Lullaby
iTunes bonus track version
The iTunes bonus track version has four bonus tracks:
- Sleepyhead (Acoustic Version)
- The Sweet Hereafter
- Where The Green Grass Grows
- Home Is Where You're Happy
Other recorded tracks
Other track titles mentioned by the band which may become b-sides include:
- White Elephant
- To the Sound
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