is the debut The Room's Too Cold studio album by the American rock band The Early November. Produced by Chris Badami, it was released on October 7, 2003 through Drive-Thru Records. It was co-produced by the lead singer - Arthur 'Ace' Enders. The album also features a guest appearance from Kenny Vasoli of The Starting Line, who was also signed to Drive-Thru at the time. The album peaked at number 107 on US .
Release [ edit ]
Between late August and October 2003, the group performed on the Drive-Thru Records 2003 Invasion Tour.
 The Room's Too Cold was released on October 7. In March 2004, the group went on a headlining US tour with support from Limbeck, Spitalfield and Hey Mercedes. In February 2005, the group supported  Hawthorne Heights on the Take Action Tour across the US. In late 2013, the album was repressed on vinyl through  Rise Records. In addition, the group performed it in its entirety in December of the same year.
 Track listing [ edit ]
All lyrics written by
Arthur Enders; all music composed by The Early November.
1. "Ever So Sweet" 4:19 2. "Something That Produces Results" 2:43 3. "The Mountain Range in My Living Room" 4:11 4. "Sesame, Smeshame" 4:15 5. "Baby Blue" 3:42 6. "The Course of Human Life" 5:26 7. "Dinner at the Money Table" 3:57 8. "Exchanging Two Hundred" 4:27 9. "My Sleep Pattern Changed" 3:37 10. "Fluxy" 3:29 11. "Everything's Too Cold ... But You're So Hot" 6:34 Total length: 46:40
13. "Just Enough" (This version is unreleased) 14. "Make It Happen" 3:15
"Something That Produces Results" & "Baby Blue" both have an acoustic renditions on Aces band I Can Make A Mess Like Nobody's Business acoustic album "Dust'n Off the Ol" Gee-Tar."
Jeff mentioned that there is one other song written for the record. Everything but the vocals were recorded.
Exchanging Two-Hundred featured on the hit US TV show
. Dog the Bounty Hunter The line "I don't want you to love me anymore" on the track "Baby Blue" is taken directly from a The Get Up Kids song "No Love" on their debut album Four Minute Mile.
Personnel [ edit ]
The Early November
Arthur Enders - Vocals, guitar, percussion, samples, keyboards, production Sergio Anello -
Bass guitar, percussion Jeff Kummer -
Drums, percussion Joseph Marro - Guitar, Rhodes piano, keyboards, vibraphone
Jeff Gross – Photography
Dennis Kleiman – Band photography
The Early November – Art Direction
References [ edit ]
^ a b Borolla 2003, p. 12
Roth, Kaj (November 17, 2003). "The Early November - The Room's Too Cold". Melodic . Retrieved . July 18, 2017
MTV News Staff (August 12, 2003). "For The Record: Quick News On Justin Timberlake, Paris Hilton, Kelly Osbourne, Glassjaw, Elvis Costello, The Cure & More". MTV. Viacom . Retrieved . July 15, 2018
Heisel, Scott (February 4, 2004). "The Early November/Hey Mercedes/Spitalfield/Limbeck". Punknews.org. Aubin Paul . Retrieved . January 29, 2018
^ Sharpe-Young 2005, p. 168
Wippsson, Johan (September 20, 2013). "The Early November Reissuing Seminal Debut Album The Room's Too Cold On Vinyl". Melodic . Retrieved . January 29, 2018
"The Early November Billboard Albums Chart". billboard.com.
Borolla, Caroline (October 27, 2003). "Reviews". CMJ New Music Report. CMJ Network, Inc. 77 (837). ISSN 0890-0795. Sharpe-Young, Garry (2005). New Wave of American Heavy Metal (1st ed.). New Plymouth, NZ: Zonda Books. ISBN 9780958268400.