Deluxe edition colored vinyl LP pressing. In celebration of Fueled By Ramen's 25th anniversary, Chicago-based melodic pop-punk outfit The Academy Is...'s classic 2005 debut studio album, Almost Here is reissued here on colored vinyl! Slickly produced by James Paul Wisner and featuring the namemaking singles "Checkmarks," "Slow Down" and "The Phrase That Pays," "Almost Here is a non-stop whirlwind of glossy emo pop that could easily stand alongside any release this scene has witnessed. Not only was the album a near-perfect debut, it was also the best album the band would release during their startlingly brief career" (It's All Dead).
Deluxe edition colored vinyl LP pressing. In celebration of Fueled By Ramen's 25th anniversary, Chicago-based melodic pop-punk outfit The Academy Is...'s classic 2005 debut studio album, Almost Here is reissued here on colored vinyl! Slickly produced by James Paul Wisner and featuring the namemaking singles "Checkmarks," "Slow Down" and "The Phrase That Pays," "Almost Here is a non-stop whirlwind of glossy emo pop that could easily stand alongside any release this scene has witnessed. Not only was the album a near-perfect debut, it was also the best album the band would release during their startlingly brief career" (It's All Dead).
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Deluxe edition colored vinyl LP pressing. In celebration of Fueled By Ramen's 25th anniversary, Chicago-based melodic pop-punk outfit The Academy Is...'s classic 2005 debut studio album, Almost Here is reissued here on colored vinyl! Slickly produced by James Paul Wisner and featuring the namemaking singles "Checkmarks," "Slow Down" and "The Phrase That Pays," "Almost Here is a non-stop whirlwind of glossy emo pop that could easily stand alongside any release this scene has witnessed. Not only was the album a near-perfect debut, it was also the best album the band would release during their startlingly brief career" (It's All Dead).