The Room's Too Cold

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The Room's Too Cold
Studio album by The Early November
Released October 7, 2003
Recorded Portrait Recording Studio, Lincoln Park, New Jersey
Genre Alternative rock, pop punk, post-hardcore
Length 46:40
Label Drive-Thru
Producer Chris Badami, Arthur Enders
The Early November chronology
For All of This
The Room's Too Cold
The Acoustic EP
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Allmusic 4/5 stars[1] 2.5/5 stars[2]
Sputnikmusic (5/5)[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.

Track listing[edit]

All lyrics written by Arthur Enders; all music composed by The Early November.

No. Title Length
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


  • "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.