To commemorate the Southern California "sasscore" band SeeYouSpaceCowboy signing to Pure Noise, the band and label present this collection LP which contains work from the band's first two years plus two new songs that showcase the quintet's musical direction. For the unfamiliar, SeeYouSpaceCowboy's sound pulls from many different genres, with tidbits from grind, mathcore, free jazz, and straight-up hardcore, drawing comparison to, but not emulating, bands like The Number Twelve Looks Like You and The Dillinger Escape Plan. Vinyl version includes digital download.
Tracklist: 01. 911 Call: "Help I've Overdosed On Philosophy!" 02. Self Help Specialist Ends Own Life 03. I Am A Trans-Continental Railroad, Please Run A Train On Me 04. Stop Calling Us Screamo 05. You Don't Understand The Liquor Is Calling The Shots Now Randy BoBandy 06. You Can't Get Goose Justice In Fox Court, Just Spit On The Judge 07. Atrocities From A Story Book Perspective 08. An Introduction For People Who Hate Introductions 09. Jimmy Buffett Doesn't Even Surf 10. Soap Opera Stardom Is A Single Is A Single Tear Drop Away 11. Pep Talk From A Nihilist 12. Fashion Statements Of The Socially Aware 13. Absolutely Absolute Absolution
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