Alkaline Trio - This Addiction

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This Addiction by Alkaline Trio

This Addiction
Vinyl LP - Sealed

This Addiction
by Alkaline Trio

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Product Code:
ADAD-EPI-515
Label:
Epitaph
Genre:
Rock
Format:
Vinyl LP - Sealed
UPC:
45778707515
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It's been 11 years since Alkaline Trio released their first full length album, Goddamnit. In that time, they've toured the world, sold over a million records, and expanded their sound radically beyond their original straight ahead punk style, incorporating production slick enough to earn them mass exposure. Now with This Addiction, their seventh album and first for Epitaph, the Chicago rockers are heading back to their roots. "This record is a rock record but our punk rock upbringing definitely shines through, more so than our last few records," says singer/guitarist Matt Skiba. "The vibe is similar to our humble beginnings. It's a step forward but I also think it has glimmers of our past in it." To recapture the sound of the early days, the band took a less is more approach on this record, keeping the keyboard to a minimum and sticking to the guitar driven slash and burn that has made them a household name.
1. This Addiction
2. Dine, Dine My Darling
3. Lead Poisoning
4. Dead On the Floor
5. The American Scream
6. Off The Map
7. Draculina
8. Eating Me Alive
9. Piss And Vinegar
10. Dorothy
11. Fine

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