From the Carpet

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From the Carpet
The Academy Is... - From the Carpet.jpg
EP by The Academy Is...
Released February 21, 2006
Recorded The Gallery of Carpet (Villa Park, Illinois)
Genre Emo, acoustic
Length 21:17
Label Fueled by Ramen
The Academy Is... chronology
Almost Here
(2005)
From the Carpet
(2006)
Santi
(2007)
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AbsolutePunk (73%)[1]

From the Carpet is an acoustic EP by The Academy Is..., released as a digital-only release on February 21, 2006.[2] It included three songs from Almost Here: "The Phrase That Pays", "Down and Out" and "Black Mamba"; new songs "Pour Yourself a Drink" and "The Fever"; as well as a cover of John Lennon's "Working Class Hero".[2] For the recording, the band returned to The Gallery of Carpet studio to work with engineer Brian Zieske, who produced and recorded their self-titled EP, before the band appended the "Is..." to their name.

Track listing[edit]

All tracks written by William Beckett, except where otherwise noted.

No. Title Length
1. "Pour Yourself a Drink" (Basement Demo) 1:28
2. "The Fever" 3:40
3. "The Phrase That Pays" (Nashville version) 4:01
4. "Working Class Hero" (John Lennon cover) 3:41
5. "Down and Out" (featuring Sheldon Miller of This Is Me Smiling [Piano rendition]) 5:15
6. "Black Mamba" (Three in the Morning PartyMix) 3:07

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