Saves the Day: Through Being Cool: Tbc20

Saves the Day SKU: 41722077
Saves the Day: Through Being Cool: Tbc20

Saves the Day: Through Being Cool: Tbc20

Saves the Day SKU: 41722077

Format: VINYL LP

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Title: Through Being Cool: Tbc20
Artist: Saves the Day
Label: Equal Vision Records
Product Type: VINYL LP
UPC: 794558005449
Genre: Rock

Vinyl LP pressing. Saves the Day released their debut album Can't Slow Down in 1998 followed by Through Being Cool in 1999. With the latter, Saves the Day successfully upgraded their powerful sound with even better songwriting, propelling the band to the next level in the punk, indie and hardcore rock communities in the process. Produced by Steve Evetts and home to the standouts "Shoulder to the Wheel," "Rocks Tonic Juice Magic," "Holly Hox, Forget Me Nots" and "Third Engine," Through Being Cool has gone on to become a touchstone release for an entire generation with vocalist Chris Conley calling it, "the most important record that we did."


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