Emarosa (album)

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Emarosa
Emarosaalbum.jpg
Studio album by Emarosa
Released June 29, 2010
Recorded January – February 2010, at Salad Days Studio, Baltimore, Maryland / Interlace Audio Recording Studios, Portland, Oregon
Genre
Length 38:06
Label Rise
Producer Brian McTernan
Emarosa chronology
Relativity
(2008)
Emarosa
(2010)
Versus
(2014)
Singles from Emarosa
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Alternative Press 4/5 stars[1]
Mind Equals Blown favorable[2]
ReviewRinseRepeat 3/5 stars[3]
Rock Sound 9/10 stars[4]

Emarosa is the second studio album by the alternative rock band Emarosa. It was released in June 2010 through Rise Records. The album was produced by Brian McTernan, and it is also the last album to feature vocalist Jonny Craig.

Track listing[edit]

No. Title Length
1. "A Toast to the Future Kids!" 3:49
2. "Pretend.Relive.Regret" 4:09
3. "Share the Sunshine Young Blood" 3:00
4. "Truth Hurts While Laying on Your Back" 3:40
5. "Live It. Love It. Lust It" 3:52
6. "The Game Played Right" 4:04
7. "Broken vs the Way We Were Born" 4:31
8. "I Still Feel Her Pt 4" 3:26
9. "The Weight of Love Blinds Eyes" 3:35
10. "We Are Life" 4:00
Total length: 38:06

Personnel[edit]

Emarosa
Production[5]
  • Produced and mixed by Brian McTernan
  • Vocal engineering by Kris Crummett, at Interlace Audio Recording Studios, Portland, Oregon
  • Mastered by Kris Crummett and Paul Leavitt
  • Management by Eric Rushing and Sean Heydorn (The Artery Foundation)
  • Booking by Jeremy Holgersen (The Agency Group)
  • Art direction and design by Glenn Thomas (We Are Synapse)

Charts[edit]

Chart (2010) Peak
position
Billboard 200[6] 69
Billboard Independent Albums[6] 9
Billboard Rock Albums[6] 17
Billboard Alternative Albums[6] 10
Billboard Internet Albums[7] 11

References[edit]

  1. ^ Alternative Press review
  2. ^ "Emarosa - Emarosa". Mind Equals Blown. Retrieved 2010-06-27. 
  3. ^ ReviewRinseRepeat review
  4. ^ Rock Sound review
  5. ^ "Emarosa - Emarosa". AllMusic. Retrieved 2012-02-15. 
  6. ^ a b c d "Billboard.com". Billboard. Retrieved 2010-07-08. 
  7. ^ "Artist Index" (PDF). Billboard. Retrieved 2010-07-11.