SUM 41 - Underclass Hero (Ltd Ed Pink & Black Vinyl)
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Date of release: Mar 15 2019
In 2007, Canadian punk/rock band Sum 41 released Underclass Hero, its fourth studio album and the first (at the time) without founding guitarist Dave Baksh.
After 13 years of fans singing along to Deryck Whibley's cries against the political agenda, fans will finally be able to enjoy the album on vinyl. SRC Vinyl will be releasing the band's fourth studio album on a special, limited-run pink and black vinyl on March 15.
Underclass Hero was first released in July 2007 and was the first record the band put out as a trio. Additionally, the album was made after the band decided to take a more pop-punk approach to songwriting than the previous records, the heavier Chuck and Does This Look Infected?.
Underclass Hero featured more mature and personal songs; a first for the previously spunky, tongue-in-cheek band. Whibley's lyrics through "Underclass Hero" and "March of the Dogs" speak to his rebellious views of society and politics.
Vinyl release of Sum 41 - Underclass Hero (Ltd Ed Pink & Black Vinyl). Released through SRC and available on LP.
Cat No: SHRD931
Packaging: LP Regular
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