Less Than Jake fans, get stoked!! We recently collaborated with the band to give their classic Borders & Boundaries album a worthy and deserved overhaul, including previously unreleased tracks, a live dvd, new artwork and a bunch of other cool shit. Get a rundown of all the details in Chris’ statement about the rerelease below.
Fat Wreck Chords and Less Than Jake are happy to announce the re-release of our album “Borders and Boundaries” Originally released in 2000, this release has 15 songs of pop, punk and ska anthems that we are still proud of to this day. The album includes songs that have been a consistent staple in the LTJ live set such as “Suburban Myth”, “Look What Happened” and the bands signature song about our hometown “Gainesville Rock City”. Along with the original 15 tracks, the re-issue comes with completely new artwork, never before released demos and a bonus DVD of the entire “Borders and Boundaries” album performed live in it’s entirety. Recorded in 2007 in front of a home state crowd in Orlando, Florida, the DVD also includes footage of other songs performed that night in addition to the album songs. We were so happy to join the Fat Wreck team back in 2000 and are even more stoked today that we have been given the opportunity to re-release this album. Cheers. See ya on the road—Chris-LTJ
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