Vinyl LP pressing includes download card. 2010 release, the seventh album from the Punk Rock veterans. 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 on outlets like MTV's the Hills. Now, with This Addiction, the Chicago rockers are heading back to their roots.
Vinyl LP pressing includes download card. 2010 release, the seventh album from the Punk Rock veterans. 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 on outlets like MTV's the Hills. Now, with This Addiction, the Chicago rockers are heading back to their roots.
045778707515

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Format: Vinyl
Label: EPT
Catalog: 87075
Rel. Date: 02/23/2010
UPC: 045778707515

This Addiction
Artist: Alkaline Trio
Format: Vinyl
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DISC: 1

1. This Addiction - 2:35
2. Dine, Dine My Darling - 2:58
3. Lead Poisoning - 2:37
4. Dead on the Floor - 4:20
5. The American Scream - 3:00
6. Off the Map - 3:16
7. Draculina - 3:34
8. Eating Me Alive - 2:53
9. Piss and Vinegar - 2:28 1
10. Dorothy - 3:32 1
11. Fine - 3:17

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Vinyl LP pressing includes download card. 2010 release, the seventh album from the Punk Rock veterans. 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 on outlets like MTV's the Hills. Now, with This Addiction, the Chicago rockers are heading back to their roots.