Taking Back Sunday set to release live acoustic album Live From Orensanz

Warner Bros Records artists Taking Back Sunday will be releasing ‘Live From Orensanz on’ August 17, 2010.  The live acoustic album was recorded over the course of two shows in December of 2009 at the Angel Orensanz Synagogue on Manhattan’s Lower East Side.

Surrounded by some of their longest supporters and hometown fans, vocalist Adam Lazzara, guitarist Eddie Reyes and drummer Mark O’Connell along with then-bassist Matt Rubano and guitarist Matt Fazzi performed 11 favourite songs from their catalogue with new instrumentation, multiple drums, stand-up bass, piano and the string section Judgement Day.

A pre-order of ‘Live From Orensanz’ begins today, July 13th only on www.takingbacksunday.com.  Fans who order the album via the band’s site will receive one track immediately as well an exclusive live DVD of the show.  A special trailer for the release can also be seen on their site.

Since the recording of ‘Live From Orensanz’, Lazzara, Reyes and O’Connell have reunited with vocalist/guitarist John Nolan and bass player Shaun Cooper, who departed in 2003 after the release of their 2002 debut Tell All Your Friends. Tell All Your Friends has sold over one million records worldwide, spawned breakthrough anthem “Cute Without the ‘E’ (Cut from the Team)” and launched the band as one of the most influential of its generation.  The band just wrapped a string of sold-out headlining shows and is currently at work on their fifth studio album, which will be recorded in Los Angeles later this summer with producer Eric Valentine.

‘Live From Orensanz’ Track Listing:
MakeDamnSure
New Again
A Decade Under The Influence/Lightning Song
One-Eighty By Summer
Your Own Disaster
My Blue Heaven
Carpathia
Didn’t See That Coming
Set Phasers to Stun
Everything Must Go
Cute Without the ‘E’ (Cut From The Team)

     

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