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℗ 2016 SideOneDummy Records
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WORRY. is the second solo album by Jeff Rosenstock. It was released by SideOneDummy Records on October 14, 2016.
The album addresses themes including urban gentrification, economic inequality and police brutality in the United States. Its structure has been compared to both Abbey Road and Short Music for Short People.
The album was recorded in April and May 2016 at a house in Stinson Beach, California. Much of the album was written shortly after the band's gear was stolen while on tour in 2015.
Jeff Rosenstock toured the album with Hard Girls, Katie Ellen and local acts picked in each city.
Writing for USA Today, Nate Scott ranked it the best album of 2016.
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Cody is the fourth studio album by American punk rock band Joyce Manor, released on 7 October 2016 through Epitaph Records.
Cody marks Joyce Manor's first studio release with drummer Jeff Enzor, who had replaced Kurt Walcher. The album was produced by Rob Schnapf, who had previously worked with Elliott Smith and Guided by Voices. Music videos were produced for the songs "Fake I.D." and "Last You Heard Of Me".
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The Dream Is Over
The Dream Is Over is the second album by Canadian punk rock band PUP, released on May 27, 2016, through Royal Mountain Records in Canada and SideOneDummy Records worldwide. The album was recorded with the financial support of Canada's Private Radio Broadcasters. The album title comes from the doctor of lead singer Stefan Babcock, after the doctor found out about a problem with Babcock's vocal cords.
The song "DVP" was featured in the video game Dream Daddy: A Dad Dating Simulator. The band themselves also make a cameo in the game.
PUP is the debut album by Canadian punk rock band PUP. The album was recorded with the financial support of the Government of Canada through the Department of Canadian Heritage and Canada's Private Radio Broadcasters. PUP was released on October 8, 2013 through Royal Mountain Records in Canada and later re-released on April 8, 2014 through SideOneDummy Records.
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