Only available through mailorder. Limited to Album Description: This is an import 7". Album Description: This is an import CD.
Album Description: This CD is a compilation of songs taken from out of print records and compilations. Album Description: Recently repressed with new artwork. Album Description: Box set of 7 7"s. Comes with a limited edition record adaptor with LTJ logo. Limited to 5, Promotional flexi. Tossed out for free at shows. Shock The World. Album Description: These were given out to people on LTJ's lackey list before the album was in stores. They were probably also given out to radio stations too.
Album Description: First 7" on various colors of vinyl. Second 7" is on black vinyl with yellow labels. The that went to Japan became a single 7" with the 2nd 7" from the U. Album Description: First press was limited to 1, Second press is limited to 2, and has some new songs and some old ones taken off. Album Description: 16, of the tapes were made. The band dug through the waiting mail and found some people who had included their phone numbers with their orders. Chris called them up and sent them each a box of of the tapes.
The rest were given out for free at shows. Two different inside cover pictures of Chris and Roger. Each variation is limited to Total of cassettes made. Album Description: 5, pressed. Recorded live at the Metro in Chicago. How's My Driving, Doug Hastings? Wish Pig Awkward Age. Album Description: Japanese import. Also has one song from LTJ's old demo tape. Album Description: 3, pressed so far, no variations yet! Artwork by Jason Armadillo.
Artwork done by Rev. Album Description: on black vinyl, 1, on clear blue vinyl, and 1, on clear red vinyl. Album Description: This version was being sold in Europe. Has a different gatefold cover and green swirl vinyl. Album Description: First on light blue vinyl. Rest were on black vinyl. Album Description: Only one pressing of 2, on black vinyl and on gray vinyl. Where in the Hell is Mike Sinkovich? Instead of being labeled as Dill 5, it's nlisted as Dill The actual CD is a peach color, and the back has a white rectanglenon the bottom left corner.
Album Description: The vinyl version of the remixed and remastered version of Pezcore, pressednon clear vinyl with a splash of yellow in the center. Album Description: This 10 year special edition is a remixed and remastered version of Pezcore which wasnoriginally released on Dill Records. It also contains new liner notes and new artwork. Album Description: Limited to Has guide to nerdism, sticker, LTJ gum, smokers club card, crash course tattoos and 7 7"s all in a pie tin. Album Description: 2, were given away for free at shows.
They were on purple swirl vinyl. There were 4 variations on the cover with blue, orange, red, and green lettering. Album Description: One sided 7" with etching done by Armadillo on B side limited to came in a hand screened LTJ pizza box, with a magnet, guest check, napkin, and menu. All boxes originally had all the contents, but some people stole stuff when they were in stores, so items may be missing. Album Description: Re-pressed without the pizza box, a different etching, squished pizza color vinyl, and were mostly sold in Japan.
S, all through Rhetoric Records. Rhetoric also designed the cover and pressed the record for the Japanese label Nat Records. If you can't find this CD in your local store, you can order it online. And Now You Must Die! Album Description: Given out to college radio stations as promotions. Shortly following the release of Pezcore , the band was signed to Capitol Records.
The group debuted on the label in with Losing Streak. Mills was later replaced by ex- Slapstick trombonist Pete Anna in January trombonist Lars Nylander served as a fill-in during the fall of Around this time, Vinnie Fiorello also started his own record label, Fueled by Ramen , with friend John Janick, as a means to find and promote up-and-coming bands that he himself would want to hear.
The band spawned a minor college radio hit with "History of a Boring Town", which reached No. While it was neither as commercially successful as previous releases initially, the album contained singles "Look What Happened" which received minor airplay on college stations and the group's home-town anthem, "Gainesville Rock City" which received some airtime on MTV2.
Less Than Jake re-released its compilation album, Goodbye Blue and White , which included various 7-inch releases spanning from —, and provided a different track listing from the first pressing. The album was named in honor of the group's original tour van, with the liner notes having the band recounting memories of the van. To celebrate the band's 10th anniversary, Pezcore was re-released and the band's first four 7", Smoke Spot , Pez Kings , Unglued , and Rock-n-Roll Pizzeria , were repressed and included in a limited edition Cereal Box which also featured a T-shirt, bobblehead, and pin.
Debuting at No. Actress Alexis Bledel , known for her role as Rory Gilmore on Gilmore Girls appeared in the video for She's Gonna Break Soon , where she played the unnamed subject of the song, an angsty teen girl who has a nervous breakdown, and destroys her bedroom over the course the song.
The band spent the rest of the year promoting the new album by playing the Warped Tour and gained support from Fall Out Boy , Yellowcard , and Bang Tango during its fall tour. The band released B Is for B-sides in July The album comprised tracks that didn't make Anthem' s final cut and was produced by Less Than Jake. The band also held the opening spot on the main stage during the Projekt Revolution tour in the summer of with Linkin Park , Korn , Snoop Dogg , and The Used before taking a long break to write the group's next record.
After spending the majority of writing and recording, the band opened by going on a full U. The album was also issued in a limited edition that came in a leather-bound case complete with bonus multimedia discs that contained music videos , bonus tracks and an elaborate photo gallery. In February , Less Than Jake played six shows in Florida and California that each featured the band playing one of its albums in its entirety, plus b-sides and rarities. The band played at three venues with each venue featuring two shows to be recorded for a possible DVD release.
On May 21, , after much speculation, Vinnie Fiorello announced on his blog that the band had asked and been granted its release from its contract with Sire Records and Warner Brothers.
These recordings are being released for sale on the band's website via Snocap. During the shows, the band held a spoof of The Price Is Right , quizzing the contestants on various Less Than Jake "trivia", having them play a few games from the shows, using the games to determine which album the band would play selections from, and giving prizes to the winners. The purpose of the new label is to release the band's forthcoming album in summer and to reissue the group's back catalog.
The reissues include new artworks and bonus DVDs. Upon talking about the group's new album, Vinnie mentioned his desire to "combine third wave ska and pop punk in each song,"  hinting at a possible return to the band's older sound. He also had the following to say:. When you are in a pop punk band in your 16th year, sometimes you don't fit in the modern music industry. You need to be a shiny new penny. We didn't feel like the rest of our years as a band should fit in that narrow parameter. All I do know is that we're writing songs now and they seem to have the spirit of a tempo in mind, all very speedy but once we hit the record button they may be slower.
On April 20, Vinnie announced via his blog that the new album, recorded at Atlas Studios in Chicago, was totally finished. Buddy Schaub stated the reason behind the album title was "to get back to our roots". Touring in support of the album included the Reading and Leeds Festivals and a tour of UK during the fall containing thirteen dates with the band Zebrahead. The group also stated at other various concerts during its recent Europe tour that the band was recording video footage for a new DVD.
On July 7, , the band announced that it had started recording again. Tracklisted as anonymously numbered channels, the experience they have planned is akin to the feeling of flipping random television channels.
The band also performed in Tavares, Florida along with the Supervillains and local acts to support funding for the surrounding counties' high school band programs. On June 20, , the band released an EP, entitled Greetings from Less Than Jake , which was made available on the group's online store and was sold on Warped Tour as well. The band announced both EP's would be re-released, with 2 unreleased songs, as part of a new album called Greetings and Salutations from Less Than Jake , released in October   through Fat Wreck Chords, who had released Borders and Boundaries.
On April 17, , Less Than Jake announced through its Facebook page that the band had signed back to Fat Wreck Chords and would release its first album full of new material since sometime in the Fall. On August 9, the album's title, track listing and release date were announced, and See the Light was subsequently released on November 12, On July 29, at Vans Warped Tour , Peter "JR" Wasilewski told Fuse , "We're working on a new record right now, nothing to really speak of, but it will be coming out in for sure.
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