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  • Does This Look Infected? Does This Look Infected? Quick View

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    Does This Look Infected?

    Limited Edition 15th Anniversary Pressing


    Pressed On A Clear With A Green Blob Colored Vinyl


    Housed In A Gatefold Sleeve


    Includes an 11 x 22 Insert


    Limited To 1500 Copies


    SRCVinyl vinyl reissue of Sum 41's Does This Look Infected. Includes two bonus tracks and pressed on limited edition colored vinyl. Housed in a gatefold jacket and includes an 11 x 22 insert. Does This Look Infected? is the second studio album by Sum 41. It was released on November 26, 2002, on Island Records. Even though there is relatively little profanity on the album, it is the only Sum 41 album with a parental advisory sticker on it. At that time, both an explicit version and a clean version were released.

    1. The Hell Song
    2. Over My Head (Better Of Dead)
    3. My Direction
    4. Still Waiting
    5. A.N.I.C.
    6. No Brains
    7. All Messed Up
    8. Mr. Amsterdam
    9. Thanks For Nothing
    10. Hyper-Insomnia-Para-Condroid
    11. Billy Spleen
    12. Hooch
    13. Reign In Pain (Heavy Metal Jamboree) (BONUS)
    14. WWVII Part II (BONUS)
    Sum 41
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    180 Gram Audiophile Virgin Vinyl LP Buy Now
  • Red, Green or Inbetween Red, Green or Inbetween Quick View

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    Red, Green or Inbetween

    Pressed On Colored Vinyl


    Includes 11 x 11 Insert


    Debut full-length from Liverpool alternative 4-piece WSTR. The quartet grew up on the original mainstream pop-punk bands, like Blink 182, New Found Glory and Sum 41.

    1. Featherweight
    2. Footprints
    3. Gobshite

    4. Lonely Smiles

    5. Nail The Casket (Thanks For Nothing)
    6. Eastbound & Down

    7. King's Cup

    8. The Last Ride

    9. Hightail

    10. Penultimate

    11. Punchline
    WSTR
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    Colored Vinyl LP - Sealed Buy Now
  • All Killer No Filler All Killer No Filler Quick View

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    All Killer No Filler

    Formed by 4 members from rival high school bands in Toronto, Sum 41 developed their fun and funky sound while touring with bands like The Mighty Mighty Bosstones, Offspring and Blink 182. Their second album, All Killer No Filler, features punk mixed with metal, hip-hop and rock, and includes the single Fat Lip.
    1. Introduction To Destruction
    2. Nothing On My Back
    3. Never Wake Up
    4. Fat Lip
    5. Rhythms
    6. Motivation
    7. In Too Deep
    8. Summer
    9. Handle This
    10. Crazy Amanda Bunkface
    11. All She's Got
    12. Heart Attack
    13. Pain For Pleasure
    Sum 41
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    Vinyl LP - Sealed Buy Now
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    SKRWD

    Cloudy Clear w/ Black and Red Splatter Vinyl


    Debut E.P. is a full force introduction to the band's keen ear for instantly familiar hooks and head bobbing grooves.Produced and recorded by Seb Barlow at Celestial Recordings (Neck Deep, Homebound, ROAM). Completed by guitarists Danny Swift and Kieren Alder, drummer Kieran McVeigh and bassist Alex Tobijanski, WSTR grew up on the 'original' mainstream pop punk bands, like Blink, New Found Glory and Sum 41. Vinyl is Cloudy Clear w/ Black and Red Splatter vinyl.

    1. South Drive

    2. Fair Weather

    3. Graveyard Shift

    4. Brainsick
    5. Ain't Great

    6. Devils N' Demons
    WSTR
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    Colored Vinyl EP - Sealed Buy Now
  • Chuck Chuck Quick View

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    Chuck

    180 Gram Clear Vinyl


    Mastered For Vinyl And Lacquers Created By Stan Ricker


    Chuck is the third studio album from Canadian rock band Sum 41. The album was released on October 12, 2004. It is the band's last album to feature lead guitarist Dave Baksh. Chuck has peaked at No. 2 on the Canadian Albums chart and was the band's highest-charting album until it would be surpassed by Underclass Hero in 2007.


    The album's lyrical content has been described as darker and more mature than the band's previous work, with subjects on politics being driven by the band's experience in the Congo while shooting a documentary film.The album had a slightly different sound from the band's previous work, mixing in their pop punk influence with nu metal and adult alternative. The album proved to be a success, receiving acclaim from both critics and fans, as well as selling over 5 million copies. Singles such as We're All To Blame and Pieces gained success on the Canadian and American charts, and the album won a Juno Award for Rock Album of the Year in 2005.

    1. Intro
    2. No Reason
    3. We're All To Blame
    4. Angels With Dirty Faces
    5. Some Say
    6. The Bitter End
    7. Open Your Eyes
    8. Slipping Away
    9. I'm Not The One
    10. Welcome To Hell
    11. Pieces
    12. There's No Solution
    Sum 41
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    180 Gram Audiophile Virgin Vinyl LP Buy Now
  • Half Hour Of Power Half Hour Of Power Quick View

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    Half Hour Of Power


    First Time On Vinyl!


    Limited 180 Gram Transparent Orange With Transparent Red Smoke Colored Vinyl


    Gatefold Jacket With 11 X 22 Insert


    Remastered For Vinyl By Kevin Gray At Cohearent Audio


    Half Hour of Power is an EP by Canadian rock band Sum 41. It was originally released on June 27, 2000 on Big Rig Records, a subsidiary of Island Records (United States), and Aquarius Records (Canada). Some consider the album to be the band's first studio album. However the band claims that their next release, All Killer No Filler, is their first debut album.


    The first track, Grab the Devil by the Horns and Fuck Him up the Ass, is a time warp. For a minute and a half the group relives the new wave of British metal and cranks out an Iron Maiden style tune. After a brief trip down memory lane the album quickly morphs into pop punk. The songs are well crafted and the hooks are catchy on Make No Difference and Summer. But in some respects that is problematic, there was a time in the pre-Green Day/Blink 182 years where punk defined itself by not being radio friendly. A good album, but essentially proof that turn of the millennium punk is just as much a corporate rock entity as adult contemporary. - Curtis Zimmermann, All Music

    1. Grab The Devil By The Horns And Fuck Him Up The Ass
    2. Machine Gun
    3. What I Believe
    4. T.H.T.
    5. Makes No Difference
    6. Summer
    7. 32 Ways To Die
    8. Second Chance For Max Headroom
    9. Dave's Possessed Hair/It's What We're All About
    10. Ride The Chariot To The Devil
    11. Another Time Around
    Sum 41
    $24.99
    180 Gram Audiophile Virgin Vinyl LP Buy Now
  • Half Hour Of Power (Red/Blue Haze Vinyl) Half Hour Of Power (Red/Blue Haze Vinyl) Quick View

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    Half Hour Of Power (Red/Blue Haze Vinyl)

    Pressed On Limited Red / Blue Haze Colored Vinyl


    Gatefold Jacket With 11 X 22 Insert


    Remastered For Vinyl By Kevin Gray At Cohearent Audio


    Half Hour of Power is an EP by Canadian rock band Sum 41. It was originally released on June 27, 2000, on Big Rig Records, a subsidiary of Island Records (United States), and Aquarius Records (Canada). Some consider the album to be the band's first studio album. However, the band claims that their next release, All Killer No Filler, is their first debut album.


    The first track, Grab The Devil By the Horns and Fuck Him Up the Ass, is a time warp. For a minute and a half, the group relives the new wave of British metal and cranks out an Iron Maiden style tune. After a brief trip down memory lane, the album quickly morphs into pop punk. The songs are well crafted and the hooks are catchy on Make No Difference and Summer. But in some respects that is problematic, there was a time in the pre-Green Day/Blink 182 years where punk defined itself by not being radio friendly. A good album, but essentially proof that turn of the millennium punk is just as much a corporate rock entity as adult contemporary. - Curtis Zimmermann, All Music

    1. Grab The Devil By The Horns And Fuck Him Up The Ass
    2. Machine Gun
    3. What I Believe
    4. T.H.T.
    5. Makes No Difference
    6. Summer
    7. 32 Ways To Die
    8. Second Chance For Max Headroom
    9. Dave's Possessed Hair/It's What We're All About
    10. Ride The Chariot To The Devil
    11. Another Time Around
    Sum 41
    $24.99
    180 Gram Audiophile Virgin Vinyl LP Buy Now
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