The Redder, the Better

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The Redder, the Better
Polar Bear Club - The Redder, the Better.jpg
EP by Polar Bear Club
Released May 21, 2006
Recorded January 2 – 7, 2006 at Nada Recording Studio in New Windsor, New York
Genre Post-hardcore, indie rock, emo, hardcore, pop punk
Length 17:42
Label Triple Attack/Luchador
Producer John Naclerio
Polar Bear Club chronology
The Redder, the Better
Sometimes Things Just Disappear
Alternative covers
Work in progress cover
Work in progress version of the original cover artwork, never printed.
Vinyl cover
Vinyl cover artwork, printed with spot varnish and embossed logo and title.
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating 4.5/5 stars[1]

The Redder, the Better, released on May 21, 2006 through Triple Attack Records in conjunction with Luchador Records, is the debut EP and first official release from the upstate New York-based post-hardcore/indie rock band Polar Bear Club. It gained the band an unexpected growth of fanbase and received mostly very favorable reviews.

Track listing[edit]

No. Title Length
1. "Election Day" 2:53
2. "Resent and Resistance" 3:15
3. "His Devotee" 3:49
4. "Parked in the Parking Lot of Your Heart" 3:57
5. "Most Miserable Life" 3:48
Total length: 17:42

Release history[edit]

Region Date Label Format Catalog #
United States United States May 21, 2006 Triple Attack Records CD TAR005
Luchador Records LDR004
United States United States
Canada Canada
August 25, 2009[2] Bridge Nine Records 12" vinyl B9R127



  • Recording type: studio
  • Recording mode: stereo
  • SPARS code: n/a


  1. ^ Rogowski, Jordan (2006-06-02). "Review: The Redder, the Better". Retrieved 2009-11-04. 
  2. ^ "Polar Bear Club - The Redder, The Better - Vinyl" #B9R110". RevHQ. Retrieved 2009-11-05. 

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