Pop-Rock quartet The All-American Rejects is issuing a deluxe re-release of their 2002 self-titled debut album on August 25th, 2023 via UMe. It will be available on exclusive 140g color vinyl LP (Ghostly) and 7″ (Coke Bottle Clear).
The All-American Rejects contains singles such as “Swing, Swing”, “My Paper Heart,” and “The Last Song.” As a bonus, the reissue will include a 7” with two new versions of classic songs: “The Cigarette Song (Acoustic Version)” and “Don’t Leave Me (Demo).”
Lead vocalist Tyson Ritter says:
A lot of our contemporaries make a big deal to break up, and we get it; it’s probably good for their psyche to draw a line in the sand, but we’re never gonna do that. As much as we might have going on in our lives, the one thing that we can all agree on with The All-American Rejects is that we’re never gonna stop doing this.
Founded in 1999 out of Stillwater, Oklahoma, the band has released four albums and has toured alongside Rock bands such as Blink 182 and Bon Jovi. Released in 2002, their debut album was part of a big wave of Pop-Punk music with Fuse, MTV, and TRL taking note.
The All-American Rejects is Tyson Ritter (lead vocals/bass), Nick Wheeler (lead guitar/backing vocals), Mike Kennerty (rhythm guitar/backing vocals), and Chris Gaylor (drums).