As alternative rock heroes Taking Back Sunday celebrate two decades together, Craft Recordings is pleased to announce a remastered vinyl reissue of the album that started it all…Taking Back Sunday

The band’s genre-defining 2002 debut, Tell All Your Friends, will be available on October 4th as a wide release. A special edition —pressed on iridescent color-morphing green vinyl and limited to 1,000 copies—will be sold exclusively via the band’s website and on tour (while supplies last).

Tell All Your Friends propelled the Long Island, NY band’s career, bringing them worldwide recognition and critical acclaim, going on to sell over one million copies worldwide. This reissue comes as part of a yearlong 20thanniversary campaign for Taking Back Sunday, which has included the retrospective collection, Twenty, exclusive content and an extensive worldwide tour.

Highlights off the album, released in March 2002, include the dramatic and sonically lavish first single, Great Romances of the 20th Century, which tells the tale of an inevitable breakup; the darkly catchyCute Without the ‘E’ (Cut From The Team), which helped popularize emo and post-hardcore music with the mainstream; and You’re So Last Summer, about the brevity and intensity of summer flings.

Also to mark their 20th anniversary, Taking Back Sunday have partnered with Craft Recordings to celebrate their career-defining moments and landmark albums. In January, the campaign kicked off with the band’s very first retrospective, Twenty, a 21-track compilation spanning all seven of their albums.

Click here to pre-order the remastered LP edition of Tell All Your Friends.

Click here to pick up a copy of Twenty.

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