Sum 41 - Underclass Hero [2LP] (180 Gram, Pink With Black Haze Colored - UrbanVinylStore

Sum 41 - Underclass Hero [2LP] (180 Gram, Pink With Black Haze Colored Vinyl, first time on vinyl, gatefold, 4-panel insert, limited)

SRCvinyl is excited to announce Sum 41 ''Underclass Hero'' on vinyl for the first time ever! SRCVinyl is giving ''Underclass Hero'' the SRCHIFI treatment with limited edition audiophile-level pressing and premium packaging. The album was mastered vinyl by Kevin Gray (Coherent Audio) and includes a D Side Etching. The album will be pressed on limited edition, custom colored vinyl and will be housed in gatefold jacket and accompanied with an 11x22, 4 panel insert.

Underclass Hero is the fourth studio album by Canadian rock band Sum 41. It is the first album by the band not to feature former guitarist Dave Baksh since he left a year early to focus on Brown Brigade, but has since returned. It is also the first recorded as a trio. The album was first released July 18, 2007 in Japan. It was released under the Island Records label and distributed worldwide by Universal Records, by Aquarius Records. The album cover features a photo with singer Deryck Whibley spitting. The album features more alternative rock songs than their previous albums. The album's lyrics have been described as more mature and personal than in some of the band's previous records. It was written as a concept album focusing on lead vocalist Deryck Whibley's outlook on life, covering subjects such as politics, atheism and family life. The album has more of a pop punk sound in comparison to the alternative metal style of their previous album, Chuck.
- Limited pressing on 180 Gram pink/black haze colored vinyl - First time on vinyl - Mastered for vinyl and lacquers created by Kevin Gray, Cohearant audio - Gatefold jacket & 11x22, 4 panel insert

Disc 1
Underclass Hero
Walking Disaster
Speak Of The Devil
Dear Father
Count Your Last Blessings
Ma Poubelle
March Of The Dogs
The Jester
With Me
Pull The Curtain
Disc 2
King Of Contradiction
Best Of Me
Confusion And Frustration In Modern Times
So Long Goodbye
Look At Me