Calendar Days

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Calendar Days
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Studio album by The Rocket Summer
Released February 8, 2003
Recorded July–August 2002 at:
Red House Recording
(Eudora, KS, United States)
Genre Alternative rock
Length 38:46 (United States/UK)
43:06 (JP)
Label The Militia Group
Producer Bryce Avary
The Rocket Summer chronology
The Rocket Summer (EP)
(2000)
Calendar Days
(2002)
Hello, Good Friend
(2005)
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Allmusic 4/5 stars[1]

Calendar Days is The Rocket Summer's first full-length album, released in 2003. In Japan, this album included a bonus track titled "She's a Seven" which was later released in the US on The Early Years EP. The album title comes from the track "TV Family."

Track listing[edit]

No. Title Writer(s) Length
1. "Cross My Heart"   Bryce Avary 4:48
2. "Skies So Blue"   Bryce Avary 4:42
3. "This Is Me"   Bryce Avary 3:47
4. "Saturday"   Bryce Avary 2:32
5. "She's My Baby"   Bryce Avary 3:55
6. "That's So You"   Bryce Avary 3:01
7. "Mean Thoughts and Cheap Shots"   Bryce Avary 3:46
8. "Movie Stars and Super Models"   Bryce Avary 3:32
9. "What We Hate, We Make"   Bryce Avary 4:34
10. "TV Family"   Bryce Avary 4:13
Japanese bonus track
No. Title Writer(s) Length
11. "She's a Seven"   Bryce Avary 4:20

Personnel[edit]

The Rocket Summer[2]
Additional personnel[3]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Allmusic review
  2. ^ CD Liner Notes
  3. ^ CD Liner Notes