The Room's Too Cold

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The Room's Too Cold
Studio album by
ReleasedOctober 7, 2003
StudioPortrait Recording Studios, Pompton Plains, New Jersey
GenreAlternative rock, pop punk[1]
LabelDrive-Thru Records
ProducerChris Badami, Arthur Enders
The Early November chronology
For All of This
The Room's Too Cold
The Acoustic EP
Professional ratings
Review scores
AllMusic4/5 stars[2]
CMJ New Music MonthlyFavorable[1]
Melodic2/5 stars[3]

The Room's Too Cold is the debut 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 Billboard 200.


Between late August and October 2003, the group performed on the Drive-Thru Records 2003 Invasion Tour.[4] 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.[5] In February 2005, the group supported Hawthorne Heights on the Take Action Tour across the US.[6] 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.[7]

Track listing[edit]

All lyrics are written by Arthur Enders; all music is 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
11."Everything's Too Cold ... But You're So Hot"6:34
Total length:46:40


  • "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.