Say Anything To Release Deluxe Vinyl Set For ‘…Is A Real Boy’ 10-Year Anniversary

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This is one of those moments where it is entirely appropriate to only use the “Shut up and take my money!” meme.

Say Anything have announced a deluxe vinyl box set for the ten-year anniversary of their beloved album …Is A Real Boy. The box set will include the original ten tracks off …Is A Real Boy as well as the seven extra tracks from Was A Real Boy. The songs will be spread out across four 10″ vinyl. The first 2,500 orders will also include a limited edition 7″ featuring two previously unreleased b-sides.

The vinyl won’t be ready to ship until May of 2015, but the pre-orders are already available for purchase. You can check them out by heading here. You can also read the full details on what’s included in the box set below.

Doghouse Records is excited to announce a special 10 Year Anniversary Edition of Say Anything’s classic album …is a Real Boy. The set includes the 13 original songs from …is a Real Boy as well as the 7 songs from the Was A Real Boy expanded edition and the song “Walk Through Hell,” all remastered for vinyl and pressed on four 10-inch records.

The first 2500 units also include a bonus 7-inch which includes two unreleased songs including “But a Fleeting Illness,” which was a demo from before the album and an acoustic version of “Belt,” recorded in 2004 by Max. All 5 pieces of vinyl are packed in a special box along with an exclusive booklet that includes photos and stories from the period.
There are 5 different packages to choose from and 4 different colors. To see the color and bundle options available, visit http://doghouserecords.limitedrun.com!

Track listing:

Belt
Woe
The Writhing South
Alive with the Glory of Love
Yellow Cat (Slash) Red Cat
The Futile
Spidersong
An Orgy of Critics
Every Man Has a Molly
Slowly, Through a Vector
Chia-Like, I Shall Grow
I Want to Know Your Plans
Admit It!!!
Wow, I Can Get Sexual Too
Little Girls
Most Beautiful Plague
It’s a Metaphor, Fool
Total Revenge
Metal Now
I Will Never Write an Obligatory Song About Being on the Road and Missing Someone
Walk Through Hell

Limited edition 7-inch:

A. But a Fleeting Illness
B. Belt (acoustic)

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